With the winter approaching the season for the 2021 lacrosse team is kicking it off. Davis Highs’ previous lacrosse year was cut off short due to covid-19 and hopefully will not get canceled again this year. I got the chance to interview the class of 2021 and ask a few questions about this upcoming season and what their opinions are.
With extra precautions this year to make sure the lacrosse season doesn’t get canceled, there will be extra things to keep the team safe and healthy to keep the team playing. I asked Senior, Justin Lundskog what snuggles covid will bring this 2021 season.
“I think the biggest struggle we will face is the constant worry of not having a season. it will be especially hard for the seniors because we want to graduate with having a fun and successful season, which we might not get.”
Every lacrosse season is fun and something to definitely look forward to, says Lundskog. The players seem to love every second they get to spend together playing this sport.
Jordan Phelps, Senior says, “I am most excited for this season is to spend time with my teammates and win games and build memories together. With this being our first year being sanctioned, it will be fun playing good competition and getting to travel and win games in our region, and hopefully, go far into the playoffs.”
This season will be surely unique and exciting to see how it plays out. Hopefully, covid won’t stop the seniors last year from playing together as a team. Davis High is projected to have their first game in March and play a team in Region 1 (Davis School District).
Dillion Yocom, Head coach says, “I am excited to get started and start training my players to be ready to perform and compete for this march and hopefully we will get the opportunity to play into the playoffs.”