Shooting for Progress

With half the regular season remaining B-CC has plans to turn around the 2-4 start and return to their goal of making a deep playoff run. 



Cam Rosen, staff

Going into Wednesday’s game at home against Wootton, the B-CC Men’s Lacrosse team was 2-2, beating Springbook in the home opener 15-5 and Richard Montgomery in the third game of the season 14-6. The Barons’ only losses were to Churchill at home, 19-6, and the loss to Whitman in the Battle of Bethesda over spring break by one goal. 

Wootton was the Barons’ first game back from spring break. A win against Wootton could have put them above .500 for the first time since the season opener. Prior to Wednesday’s game, B-CC had not lost to Wootton in the past two years. 

During the matchup, Baron midfielder, Aaron Tiao and attacker, Danny Loughlin scored multiple times, but it was not enough, as they fell to Wootton 9-10. The game went into multiple overtimes, marking a second consecutive heartbreaking loss. Junior Kris Lakhe said, “The loss feels terrible, especially after such a long game, but it will drive us to work harder.”

B-CC’s next game will be this Wednesday, the 19th, away against Sherwood High School. The Barons will look to bounce back and get back in the win column. With half the regular season remaining, B-CC has time to turn around a slow 2-4 start and return to their goal of making a deep playoff run.