YLHS Women’s Lacrosse Team Hopes to Capture First League Title
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“We hope to capture our first league title this season and hang a banner in our gym. We are returning with several varsity players from last season which gives us a great chance to accomplish this goal,” stated Coach Jon Aed, Yorba Linda High School’s Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach in an interview with the Matador Messenger.
Aed stated,“We have three freshmen players on varsity this season (Ava Delaney, Darby Rose, Lily Amidon). One of our seniors, Natalie Dicken, received a scholarship offer to play at the University of Montevallo in Alabama.”
“Our lacrosse season just started two weeks ago. We are currently 2-1, with many more games to come,” stated Coach Aed.
“Our program has never had more players with 42 girls comprising our Varsity and JV teams,” stated Coach Aed.
“Our JV team is loaded with talent. Most of the girls are new, but are learning the game quickly,” stated Coach Aed.
The team’s next match is at Norco High School on March 14th at 5:30 and followed by a home match vs Aliso Niguel March 16 at 5:30, according to ylhsladymustangslax.
“Girl’s lacrosse in our area is once again the fastest growing sport around. Any girl that wants to compete, have fun, make great friends, and be a part of the high school sports community should attend our summer camp in July and become a Mustang student-athlete. Go Mustangs,” added Coach Aed.