Lacrosse Sports

Lacrosse completes successful season with playoffs around corner

Team finishes regular season unbeaten by in-state opponents
By Logan Hall ’14

The Brophy Lacrosse team holds the No. 1 ranking in the state as of April 18.

The Broncos started off the season with a couple of losses, but coach Mr. Beau Pich said he puts a positive spin on losing.

“It will ultimately aid us in our development and allow us to work on some of our weaknesses,” Mr. Pich said.

After the team’s losses to , they were able to turn around their start.

Mr. Pich said he has been pleased with how the team has been playing; however there is always room for improvement.

“I am pleased with our performance in recent wins; however we still have some things to tweak as we head into a tough part of our schedule,” he said.

Mr. Pich is optimistic for the playoffs and the team’s battle for another state championship, and said this will focus on the little things and being ready to play. The team won the state title the last two years.

Defensive midfielder Thomas Tait ’14 said he likes the look of the team, and is excited to see how they will perform.

Tait said he enjoys the team; however there are certain things that the group can work on.

“I want to see the team grow closer, and we could work on our communication a little bit more but other than that our team functions pretty well,” Tait said.