The last game

The Bowie Women’s Lacrosse team had their last game late on Wednesday night against Dripping Springs. The girls lost 13-3, but they showed up and played with a vengeance. They all looked and played really well. They played like a team. It just wasn’t in the cards for a win.

This was also the last game as high school athletes for Maly, Ava, Bianca, Charlotte, Liv, and Nadia.

It’s been a wild and unexpected ride. For Maly it’s been tough because she was part of the “rebuilding” of the high school girls lacrosse program. When she started playing in 7th grade, the high school teams were dominating the league. She started high school during COVID and just filling the roster was a daunting task. Bowie never had a winning season during her high school lacrosse career. She played varsity all four years, was captain her junior year, led the team in most stats, and definitely wins for most yellow cards.

It’s been exciting to watch and I’m beyond proud of her for her years as a Lady Bulldawg lacrosse midfielder. Next we’ll get to watch her soar as a Golden Eagle.

Her first practice as a 7th grader with Coach Larden. Maly and I both knew absolutely nothing about lacrosse.

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