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Girls varsity lacrosse suffers a hard loss to Rockford 18-3

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On Monday night, Forest Hills varsity lacrosse took their second loss of the season to the Rockford Rams with a final score of 18-3. The key players for FH on the field Monday were FHE junior Erin Kloostra, FHN juniors Molly Mullet and Kay Zubkus, and FHE sophomore Cierra Davis. Forest Hills now shifts their attention to a big bounce-back game against Catholic Central Wednesday night.

FH fell behind early in the game 6-2 and were looking to mount a comeback and get their revenge on Rockford after last year’s state semifinal defeat. But the Rams began to pile it on starting in the second half, outscoring Forest Hills 12-1. Strangely, offense was a problem this game for FH, as it hasn’t been a problem for them in the past.

Forest Hills takes on Catholic Central at home Wednesday night at Ranger stadium. This will be very important for the team, as another loss would be costly especially with playoffs coming up. This is only the second loss on the season for FH, and they look to finish the season out strong with only a couple games remaining in regular play.

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Tommy Spaletto, Sports Report

Tommy Spaletto is a junior at FHC and enters his second year on the staff. He looks to finish out his remaining years in high school and he sees journalism and a possible career path after high school. His favorite sports to watch are basketball and football

Favorite part about FHC: The school spirit and how everyone in the community brings something different to the table.

Hobbies/ Interests: Basketball and Ping Pong

College Interests: Indiana, Wisconsin, and Michigan State

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Logan Thompson is a junior this year at FHC and this is his second year as a writer for Sports Report. He wants to continue writing through the rest of his high school career and as a career in the future. He is excited to add on to an incredible staff and help the Sports Report hit new records.

Favorite thing about being on staff: Meeting new people and getting to do what he loves.

Hobbies/Interests: Writing and driving

Favorite type of story to write: Profiles

On a Friday night, you will probably find Logan: Watching Netflix. hanging out with friends, working at Culver’s

 

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