The Berkeley High girls lacrosse team gets its second shot of the season at league rival St. Ignatius, in an 11 a.m. matchup this morning at the BHS football field.
The Wildcats won a heated offensive battle, 15-11, at home against the ’Jackets on March 11, and are considered to be among the toughest teams in the league. Coming off a 10-9 win over Davis on Monday, however, Berkeley has momentum in its favor and will be looking to defend its home turf.
“We have home field advantage this time, so it should be good,” coach Lia Farley said.
“Hopefully we’ll play the same (as Monday) against St. Ignatius,” attacker Dani Gaines added. “Our heads are up, our spirits are high. We just have to go all out.”