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2023 Lake Shore Football Wrap-Up


With football season coming to an end, Lake Shore took home three overall wins and six losses. We dealt with a decent season. Football is a very tough sport and a prevalent one, especially among the Lake Shore students.

The season started with Lake Shore football team suiting up for a six hour drive to a trip to Sault Saint Marie for their first game. Throughout the team the players have mixed opinions on the trip.

Most players agreed it was a fun and bonding experience as a team, but some others were disappointed the game ended with a score of 49-0.

“We weren’t prepared enough for that game,” said Dylan Howard, a senior football player.

James Taylor said, “I had fun.”

Taylor also said that his favorite moment was, “when we scrimmaged the JV, we just know a lot of people on JV, and it was fun.”

When cheerleader Adysen Fluary, senior, was asked what the worst moment during this football season was, she said, “When we lost to Lakeview.”

This was a very popular response among the students. Obviously, the most popular game in the season is either the Homecoming Game or the Lakeview game as Lakeview is our rivalry school. Unfortunately, Lake Shore lost 8-28 during that game.

Charley Mcintyre said her favorite moment was “when I scored the game-winning field goal.”

Mcintyre scored this goal during our homecoming game against Eastpointe where Lake Shore won 19-16.

A very common response when asked about the football player’s favorite game was when the team played Warren Woods Tower. Lake Shore played WWT on September 8th, and it was a very eventful game with Lake Shore winning 32-21.

Though the Shorians lost 6 out of 9 games, They had lots of fun and got to bond with all of their teammates.

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Lillian Cabler, Staff Writer
Lillian Cabler, who goes by Lily, is in the 12th grade at Lake Shore High school. Cabler's hobbies consist of fishing and hanging out with her friends. Cabler's interests are TV shows such as Shameless. She has plans for after high school to become a special needs or elementary school teacher.
Sophia Spencer, Staff Writer
Sophia Spencer is in 11th grade, making her a junior at Lake Shore High School. Spencer's hobbies include going to the gym and reading books such as romance novels. One of her interests is baking, her favorite thing to bake is homemade chocolate chip cookies. The school activities that Spencer takes part in are socializing. Spencer's plan for after high school is to go to college for journalism.

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