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LPOD Gives No Love This Valentines Day

Photo by Sydney Baska
Photo by Sydney Baska

No love was given last Friday night when the Lady Panthers took on arch rival Park Hill at home.

Coming off of a disappointing loss to the Trojans the last time the two met, they had to figure out what they needed to work on the most.

To prepare for the game the girls watched film on Park Hill several times to see what they need to improve on defensively and offensively.

Senior captain, Morgan Keesee, said, “We need to mostly focus on how to make the offence more effective.”

With the game being a double header with the boys, the girls expected a student section to be there to cheer them on.

Keesee said, “It gets us kind of nervous because we aren’t used to it, but when we are in tough situations it’s good reassurance.”

With four games being played that night the times of the games had to change. The girls played at 5:30 p.m and the boys played at 7 p.m.

Senior captain, Samantha Roy said, “It’s nice to play early because we are done for the night and get to watch the boys play.”

When the game finally came to an end the Lady Panthers came out on top.

Senior captain Nichole Krug said, “It felt really good because it was like our revenge in them and we were able to show them that we truly are the better team.”

With the win over Park Hill that makes the Lady Panthers 12-12 in the season. Their last home game was February 24 against Ruskin which was also senior night.