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Spring Sports in Brief — Start of the Seasons

Between the time the bell rings at 2:40 p.m. and the time the sun goes down, East athletes can be found covering the fields, courts and pool. Here’s a look at how the start of the season is going for some spring sports:

BOYS BASEBALL

Game: Double header on March 22 against Blue Valley High School

Score: East won 6-4 both games.

Biggest rival: SMNorthwest on Tuesday, May 7

ROBERT

They’ve won state back to back years and they’re supposed to win again this year, so it was actually a really big win for us,” junior Robert Moore said. “If you look at our schedule it’s not a stretch to say we could go undefeated. We’re really confident right now and we believe in each other.”

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Game: March 21 against Lawrence Free State

ScoreEast won 3-0.

Biggest Rival: SMWest on Thursday, April 4

KOURT

“We played really well and we’re all really excited about the upcoming season,” sophomore Kourtney Koc said. “I think our team chemistry is a lot stronger than it was last year, so that translates onto the field.”

 

BOYS GOLF

Tournament: March 26 against Sunflower League teams

Score: East placed first as a team with a total score of 299.

Top players: junior Will Harding and senior Andy Scholz tied for second and junior Walter Honnold got ninth.

Biggest Rival: Rockhurst on Wednesday, April 24

JACK

 

“We feel pretty good with the season coming up,” senior Jack Dierks said. “We just need to get used to our team and how big it is this year.”

 

GIRLS SOFTBALL

Game: Double header on March 21 against Bishop Miege

Score: East won 16-0 in the first game and 6-3 in the second.

Biggest Upcoming Game: Pink Night Game against SMWest on Thursday, April 4

MADDIE

 

“I think that the team chemistry is pretty high right now,” senior Maddie Schutzler said. “We all get along and goof around but know how to focus when we need to.”

 

 

TRACK

Meet: March 22 against SMWest, SMNorth and Blue Valley Southwest

Score: Both women and men placed first overall.

LUCY

 

“It’s definitely difficult to get back into the swing of things, especially right after spring break, but we’re feeling pretty good about the season,” senior Lucy Hoffman said. 

 

GIRLS LACROSSE

Game: March 26 against St. Thomas Aquinas

Score: East won 13-2.

KIKI

 

“I have a pretty good feeling about the season, but we have a lot to work on to be able to make it to the finals,” senior Kiki Ehrich said. “It is so much fun playing with all of them.”

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Riley Atkinson

Riley Atkinson is a sophomore currently going into her second school year on the Harbinger staff. If you can’t find her writing for Harbinger, she’s most likely at swim or dance practice, driving aimlessly around with her friends, eating Panera mac n’ cheese or working on homework for her honors classes. »

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