Class of 2016: With 17 days left, lacrosse men say goodbye to the field


Elena Guardia

Boys Varsity lacrosse seniors write out 17 with their sticks.

by Elena Guardia, Reporter

The lacrosse boys will be taking the field for the last time this year as the seniors leave in just 17 short days. With a 12 and 1 winning record, the boys couldn’t have asked for a better season.

Daniel Murphy and Brett Cruickshank will be attending Frederick Community College together. “I’m going to miss high school lacrosse because  I get to play alongside my best friends,” Cruickshank says.

Tony Komara will be attending Auburn University,majoring in geology.

“I want to study geology because it rocks,” jokes Komara. He will be missing the pregame-pics he takes with his best friends.

Alex Martinazzi will be continuing his education and his lacrosse career at Lenoir-Rhyne University; however, he will still be missing the Linganore lacrosse team.

“The one thing I will miss is our team chemistry.  Everyone on our squad looks out for each other and is really close on and off the field,” Martinazzi said.

Justin Richmond will also be playing lacrosse at the next level when he attends Saint Michaels College as a freshman in the fall. Richmond thinks that the hardest thing about leaving the LHS lacrosse program will be not playing with his ‘bros’ and teammates of nine years.