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Spring Sports Senior Nights

Megan Curling, Editor-in-Chief

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Playing a high school sport is no light commitment with practices daily, off season training, and games two to three nights a week. As the school year comes to a close, the spring sports seniors are recognized for their commitment and achievements during their time at R.J. Reynolds.

When asked what the biggest lesson they learned from playing a sport at RJR was, the following three seniors answered on behalf of baseball, women’s lacrosse and men’s lacrosse, respectively.

Chris Simon: “Hard work pays off in the end.”

Katie Dalrymple: “Understanding that success is a long term achievement and not something that happens instantly or effortlessly. All our hours in practice have helped us become the dynamic team that we are, but it’s taken a lot of hard work and dedication to reach this point.”

Aaron Weinberg: “I learned to always push yourself. Even when you think you can’t go any farther, there’s always more to give.”

After a rough start to the season, RJR topped Parkland 10-0 on senior “night” on April 14. (Back Row L to R: Chris Simon, Andrew Cox, Garrett Fisch, Nick Hill, Lloyd Gravely. Front Row L to R: Jaylen Ward, Victor Echeverria, Johnny Guarantano)

Robert Hill

The Lady Demons lacrosse team has typically been one of the most successful teams at RJR, this season being no different as they beat Glenn 16-1 on senior night on April 17. (L to R: Elise Myers, Leslie Morales Noyola, Millennium Sheriff, Sophie Macon, Sophia Fitzgerald, Maggie Welsh, Caitlin Casey, Katie Dalrymple)

Robert Hill

RJR men’s lacrosse has been a powerhouse team for years, building a great reputation in the area upheld by their 19-1 win over Glenn on senior night on April 17. (L to R alongside families: Martha Dean (manager), Max Kaplan, Trejan Cannon, Fleet Wilson, Jelani Keith, Aaron Weinberg, Jaeshun Grier, Mac Carlton, Tommy Hopkins, Jack Landers, Matthew Meyers, Jaisean White)

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Spring Sports Senior Nights