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Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
As the soccer realm approaches May, competitions around the world are coming to a close. However, some are also just starting.
Arnav Rajdev -
"We played together as a team, competed hard, stayed united and believed in ourselves as a team."
John Srouji and Caroline York -
With a collective 20-10 winning streak, Lovett's lacrosse teams are steaming through their first month of the season.
Jack Nowland -
"We have a lot of young, skilled, and hungry players along with a big group of upperclassmen with lots of tournament experience, many with state title rings."
Jack Nowland -
"I think we're leaving the wrestling team in really good shape with the talent that will step up and lead the team next year," said Chris.
Nicholas Thurkow-Schlund -
For weeks now, they have been practicing in the gym, twisting, tumbling, turning, flipping, spinning, and falling. Well, maybe more falling than any of the others at times.
Mimi Norton -
The first time she started playing organized ball was in kindergarten when her dad registered her for a third grade team. "He had to fake my birth date, haha! I was the smallest one, but it was a lot of fun."
Georgia Norton -
"Let's just say that I've never left track practice thinking 'that was easy'," Stuart Ingram said. "[Coach] Mayer always pushes us out of our comfort zones."
Arnav Rajdev -
When I walked over to the bench, the first thing I heard was Luke affirming, "Pace doesn't know what's coming! They aren't ready."
Molly Mitchell -
"Nothing beats the relationships I create with my teammates as well as coaches, and getting to play the sport I love with some of my closest friends," Wyatt Nelson said.
Arnav Rajdev -
Senior Aahil Chamadia was in the market for new love after experiencing heartbreak in the Super Bowl (he's a Patriots fan).
Arnav Rajdev -
This season has featured more injuries than a plane crash in a Liam Neeson movie.
Caroline York -
"We all left immediately. No one wanted to be around the gloating Bama fans."
Jack Nowland and Arnav Rajdev -
But that night was the night of the Falcons who had their backs against the wall, fighting for their playoff lives against their hated division rival: the New Orleans Saints.
Arnav Rajdev -
"If you want to get into sports law, the best way is to become a really good lawyer first."
Jack Nowland -
"We've had a lot of guys progress into winning a lot of matches this year compared to last year. We've had tournament champions at every tournament we've attended so far."
Katie Krantz -
They deal with sweat (their own and others'), long hours, and pushing the edges of their boundaries, whether it be from doing a new stunt in cheer or mopping up Chris Ocana's nose blood.
Molly Mitchell -
"Finishing with 29 wins in a season is an amazing accomplishment that we worked hard to achieve," Coach Johnson declared.
Arnav Rajdev -
The outlook going into the season would have alarmed skeptics, especially with so many seniors graduating last year. But this season definitely silenced doubters.
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
I'll be watching every game that I can, even if I have to have three screens open at the same time.
Arnav Rajdev -
Westminister generally stays true to their first initial versus Lovett. But not this time. Not on the Riverbank.
Arnav Rajdev -
This may not have been the Battle of Buckhead for most of us, but it was still an important region game.
Molly Mitchell -
"They looked ready," Coach Mayer said, "and I knew based off of the region meet that we were gonna have a good shot against Pace."
Molly Mitchell -
And after the clock hit 0:00 at the Finals game against Pace, it was good vibes all around from Lovett's side of the court.
Arnav Rajdev -
Just coming to a new school, everyone has been very welcoming. Everyone was quick to introduce themselves. The coaches were awesome as well in terms of helping me get to know the players, the offense, and the schools.
Arnav Rajdev -
"We are sort of hitting stride right now and I think we have the capability to win out in the region," Cal Mitchell said.
John Srouji -
"We looked like a mature and experienced Cross Country team," he said. "Though we are very young, we raced very aggressively, which made me happy."
Jack Nowland -
hen asked what tactics work for him, he responded, "Generally whichever one wins. Everybody wants to play like Brazil and look pretty and knock it around. I'll do whatever it takes to win."
Evie Monroe -
"Each of us individually, and as a team, want to excel," said Emily Ann, "each day we come to practice and want to get better to make sure we are in the best shape we can be for performances."
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
It would take someone a minimum of 117 days to watch every minute, but it only takes a couple of moments to fall in love with the game.
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