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Durango seniors have their say in defeat

Behind a new lineup, DHS drops its finale
David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango senior Liz Lozano was honored as a part of Senior Day and also got the ceremonial start despite her knee injury. She and fellow injured senior Alison Millar were on the field for the opening draw before immediately exiting for substitutes in the Demons’ 5-4 loss to Grand Junction.
David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango’s Jessie Ransford beat Grand Junction’s Mallory Piltcher and Makenna Tuttle for a goal Saturday, but the Tigers still topped the Demons 5-4 in their regular-season finale Saturday at DHS Stadium.
David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango senior Siena Gumbiner scored twice, but Grand Junction’s Makenna Tuttle and goalie Holly Meer allowed only four goals in the Tigers’ 5-4 regular-season ending victory Saturday at DHS Stadium.
David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango head coach Jenni Darlow, who wore a festive skirt for Cinco de Mayo, tried to rally her players, but the Demons fell 5-4 to Grand Junction on Saturday. The Demons on Sunday will find out the date, location and opponent of their first-ever playoff game.
Senior Day

Durango Demons
Girls Lacrosse Seniors
Mollie Bennett
Ruthie Edd
Rachel Giersch
Malena Gonzalo
Siena Gumbiner
Elise Gummow
Ashley Hening
Andi Leonardo
Liz Lozano
Alison Millar
Alyssa Spencer
Dustrie Stock
Cara Webster
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Durango seniors have their say in defeat

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David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango senior Liz Lozano was honored as a part of Senior Day and also got the ceremonial start despite her knee injury. She and fellow injured senior Alison Millar were on the field for the opening draw before immediately exiting for substitutes in the Demons’ 5-4 loss to Grand Junction.
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David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango’s Jessie Ransford beat Grand Junction’s Mallory Piltcher and Makenna Tuttle for a goal Saturday, but the Tigers still topped the Demons 5-4 in their regular-season finale Saturday at DHS Stadium.
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David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango senior Siena Gumbiner scored twice, but Grand Junction’s Makenna Tuttle and goalie Holly Meer allowed only four goals in the Tigers’ 5-4 regular-season ending victory Saturday at DHS Stadium.
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David Bergeland/Durango Herald
Durango head coach Jenni Darlow, who wore a festive skirt for Cinco de Mayo, tried to rally her players, but the Demons fell 5-4 to Grand Junction on Saturday. The Demons on Sunday will find out the date, location and opponent of their first-ever playoff game.
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