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Information regarding the upcoming lacrosse tryouts
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Students interested in participating in women’s lacrosse this year are invited to a “meet the coaches” and parent information meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 6pm in the senior cafeteria.  In order to try out for the team, a physical must be completed and uploaded to PRIVIT by Dec. 15. Interested students should also complete a google form

Something that can be helpful to prepare for tryouts is reaching out to lacrosse players for advice. Vanessa Hausner (9), particpated in MHS lacrosse as a J.C. Booth eighth grader.

Hausner says that being part of the team helped her “bond more with people.” Hausner says that some ways to prepare for tryouts can be practicing independently, such as doing wall ball, which is a way to practice passing and catching the ball by throwing the ball at a wall and having it bounce back so you can catch it. “Definitely working on stick skills.” Potential players should start conditioning by going on runs or jogs as running is a big part of lacrosse. Hausner suggests “definitely working on stick skills” as a priority.

Interested students can pick up a copy of the physical packet from the Athletic Department or print a copy from the athletic website, www.mcintoshathletics.com. Any questions or concerns about tryouts, please contact Athletic Director Leon Hammond.

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Lily Johnson is a freshman at McIntosh High School. It is her first year on the Trail and she is looking forward to working with the other members of the staff and getting to know more about journalism. As a part of Beta Club, Johnson enjoys helping those around her and being a part of a team. She likes volunteering at PetSmart with the Fayette Humane Society. She loves being able to know that she’s helping the animals be put into good homes and will be able to live out the rest of their lives happily. She also volunteers at Clothes Less Traveled. Johnson enjoys reading, working out and cooking. She also enjoys many forms of art such as writing, painting, pottery and music. Some of her favorite musical artists are Lil Peep, The Weeknd, Arctic Monkeys, Chase Atlantic and The Neighbourhood. Outside of school, she likes to play lacrosse, read and skate. Johnson has been playing for Peachtree City Warriors for almost three years.
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