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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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Caroline Timmons, sophomore

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Emma Young
Sophomore Caroline Timmons smiles in her College Success class.

Sophomore Caroline Timmons has been playing lacrosse as a goalie for 6 years and enjoys the camaraderie of being a part of a team.

“I really like just being on the team and the vibes of it,” Timmons said. “I have played lacrosse for club teams and school teams and the most enjoyable part of both has been meeting people and growing closer to them.”

Timmons plays goalie for the girl’s lacrosse team and started on Varsity as a freshman. 

I like being able to watch the entire game and see the whole field and how the play is developed,” Timmons said. “I also like being able to hit the goalposts with my stick and have a sense of confidence on the field.”

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Emma Young
Emma Young, Social Media Managing Editor
Emma Young is a senior and this is her third year writing for the Southerner. When she's not writing, she is playing lacrosse or hanging out with friends.

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