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Athletics Action | The First Games of the New Year!

It was a busy and exciting week for athletics at LCS, as our teams all had big games on the schedule.

Our 1st Boys' Basketball team took the court and put on a strong performance, ultimately coming away with a hard-fought victory against Trinity College School. The team's fast-paced offense and stifling defense were on full display, and they played with great intensity and focus throughout the game. 

Our 1st Boys' Hockey team had a tough loss in their match against St. Pete's in the Saints Classic tournament. The team put in a strong effort but was unfortunately unable to come out on top. However, this experience will serve as a valuable learning opportunity for the team as they head to Montreal for a 3-day tournament at the end of January. 

The 2nd Boys' Hockey team also had a great showing on the ice, losing by just one goal against a tough opponent—Holy Trinity School. The team's speed and skill were evident, and they played with great teamwork and sportsmanship. 

Our 1st Girls’ Hockey team had a fantastic win against Holy Name of Mary College School with a final score of 5-0. The team played with skill and determination, leading to a well-deserved victory. Congratulations, team! Your hard work and dedication have paid off. 
Overall, it was a successful week for our athletic teams, with students showing great determination and skill in their respective games. Well done, athletes!

Want to catch up on LCS athletics? Watch recordings of these games and more on our YouTube channel
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