Varsity Lacrosse Maintains Undefeated Season


Madeline Garret

The Lady Mustangs in a huddle before the game. Their undefeated season has boosted their energy for their upcoming games.

Ashley Wilhelm , Managing Editor

The Lady Mustangs have had no problem going undefeated so far this season and this did not change when they faced Fayette County Tigers the evening of March 21. The ladies played hard against the Tigers team.

“We work really hard to get where we are,” Chelsea Aalim, junior and number 22, said.

The team is currently top two for the county and ranked third in the area.

“Our goal this year was to make the playoffs. Barring something really unusual, the win against Fayette should secure a playoff spot for us,” Daniel Stowers, lacrosse coach and public safety teacher, said.

The game ended with a score of 20-3 in favor of Ola and their next game is Sat. March 23 against Southwest DeKalb.

Photo Courtesy of Trenton Hill
#22, Chelsea Aalim, junior, and Daniel Stowers, head coach, watch on as the lacrosse team competes against the Fayette County Tigers. Stowers observed the game closely and formed a game plan, helping the Lady Mustangs execute.