Ramona girls lacrosse record stands at 4-6 after losses to Patriots, Titans
By Joe Naiman
Ramona High School’s girls lacrosse team had a winning record until March 30 when the team fell into a three-game losing streak. The Bulldogs record is now 4-6.
The Ramona lacrosse players followed a March 21 win over Francis Parker with a March 22 loss to Del Norte. They lost a 15-5 match March 27 at Patrick Henry High School and fell by an 18-5 score in a March 29 home match against Poway.
In the match against Patrick Henry, the score was tied at four goals apiece at halftime.
“The first half we were good,” said Ramona co-captain Ashley Wright.
The Patriots dominated the second half.
“We didn’t play up to our potential. We lost a lot of our energy the second half,” Wright said.
“I think we should have beat them. We just need to be better prepared and be ready for the game,” said Wright.
Most of Poway’s scoring against Ramona was in the first half.
“It was a bad game,” said co-captain Katy Flad.
Neither Patrick Henry nor Poway is a Valley League opponent; the loss to Del Norte gave the Bulldogs a 1-2 record in league competition. The Bulldogs will follow Spring Break with an April 9 match-up at Mt. Carmel, which is also in the Valley League.
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