Girls varsity lacrosse falls to Rockford in season-ending loss 13-6

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Forest Hills girls varsity lacrosse suffered a tough, season-ending loss last weekend to the Rockford Rams by a score of 13-6. Senior Kelli Bailey and FHE junior Erin Kloostra played big for FH, but unfortunately their efforts were not enough to bring a victory. Kelli continued to be a game changer on offense, while Erin did the same on defense. Even though Forest Hills took a tough loss, they still looked like a state championship caliber team.

The first half FH competed well and were down by very little. Kelli and fellow senior Lynsey Davison continued to be a lethal duo offensively, as they had been all season.

Rockford came out with a bang at the start of the second half and put FH in a position that they just couldn’t get out of. Unfortunately, this run by Rockford led to a devastating FH loss 13-6, and an end to a remarkable season.

Forest Hills only had a total of 4 losses on the year, which was why it was surprising seeing a team with so much talent fall out of the playoffs so early. Fortunately, FH returns many of their star defensive players, as that is an aspect of the game that is most important. They also return a couple sophomores that will see an increased role next season in playing time. Forest Hills looks to take a state championship next year to redeem the short comings of this season.