Springing into the new sports season


Junior softball player Marguerite Collette mid play at the Law game last year. Photo cortesy: Corina Massey

Carly Whelan

Staff Writer

As winter sports are coming to a close, tryouts for spring sports are just around the corner. Students at Foran have the option for nine spring sports, boys/ girls lacrosse, boys/ girls track and field, golf, boys/ girls tennis, softball, and baseball.

Senior girls lacrosse player, Lia Burrows, is most looking forward to starting a new season with a new team. She believes that the mindset of the team will change for the better leading them to more wins.

Senior softball captain, Makenna Prete, is excited to spend her senior season as captain. She believes that this will be a good chance for her to make the team as best as they can be. She is also excited because since the whole team is going into the season with a positive mindset which will help win games.

Junior baseball player, Matt Wootton, is looking forward to playing varsity for the first time and hopefully winning another state title. In years past he has played JV and is looking forward of the opportunity to increase his skills now at a varsity level.

Senior girls tennis player, Natalie Hubler, has mixed emotions about this being her last sports season as an athlete. She is excited about being with her teammates but is sad about leaving after this season.

Junior girls track athlete, Pauline Fernandez, is most looking forward to creating more friendships with the team. She believes that this year she will try to decrease her time in her races to hopefully win more titles.

The spring season is a last chance for a lot of our senior athletes. It is a way for them to remember high school by creating lifelong memories and friendships.