Seniors’ send-off includes a record

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Seniors’ send-off includes a record

DHS lacrosse sets program’s high mark for goals in a game
Jessie Sutherlin had two goals and two assists for Durango High School on senior day against Eagle Valley. The Demons cruised to a 23-0 victory in their final game of the season.
Angela Grogan beat Eagle Valley’s goalie for five goals in her final home game, and the senior’s handful only ranked second on the team in a 23-goal outburst which proved to be a school record.
Chloe Bourdon and the Durango girls lacrosse team kept the ball on Eagle Valley’s side of the field for most of the game. Eagle Valley didn’t get a shot off and lost by 23.
DHS junior Payton Randle stole the show on Durango’s senior day. She had eight goals and three assists in Durango’s school-record scoring day. “I was just kind of in a zone – ready to go.”
Alyssa Swan picked up a hat trick and one assist Saturday in Durango’s 23-0 win over Eagle Valley. DHS ended the season on a two-game winning streak, and the Demons ended it with a school record in goals.
Tymbree Hawkins, a future Fort Lewis College player, found plenty of open passing lanes against Eagle Valley. She led the team with four assists, while DHS finished with 11 helpers in the game.
Abby Jackson and the Durango High School lacrosse team focused on catching and passing late in Durango’s 23-0 win over Eagle Valley. The Demons led 15-0 at the half before easing up on the gas pedal.
High school official Roni Hathaway checked the legality of the sticks before the game between Durango High School and Eagle Valley High School on Saturday at DHS. The ball must extend beyond the plastic for the stick to be legal.
Senior Day

Deryn Candelaria
Angela Grogan
Tymbree Hawkins
Abby Jackson
Emma Marshall
Sheila Prentice
Jessie Sutherlin
Durango Herald

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Seniors’ send-off includes a record

Jessie Sutherlin had two goals and two assists for Durango High School on senior day against Eagle Valley. The Demons cruised to a 23-0 victory in their final game of the season.
Angela Grogan beat Eagle Valley’s goalie for five goals in her final home game, and the senior’s handful only ranked second on the team in a 23-goal outburst which proved to be a school record.
Chloe Bourdon and the Durango girls lacrosse team kept the ball on Eagle Valley’s side of the field for most of the game. Eagle Valley didn’t get a shot off and lost by 23.
DHS junior Payton Randle stole the show on Durango’s senior day. She had eight goals and three assists in Durango’s school-record scoring day. “I was just kind of in a zone – ready to go.”
Alyssa Swan picked up a hat trick and one assist Saturday in Durango’s 23-0 win over Eagle Valley. DHS ended the season on a two-game winning streak, and the Demons ended it with a school record in goals.
Tymbree Hawkins, a future Fort Lewis College player, found plenty of open passing lanes against Eagle Valley. She led the team with four assists, while DHS finished with 11 helpers in the game.
Abby Jackson and the Durango High School lacrosse team focused on catching and passing late in Durango’s 23-0 win over Eagle Valley. The Demons led 15-0 at the half before easing up on the gas pedal.
High school official Roni Hathaway checked the legality of the sticks before the game between Durango High School and Eagle Valley High School on Saturday at DHS. The ball must extend beyond the plastic for the stick to be legal.
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