The storybook season for the Rosemount-Eagan girls lacrosse team had to end at some point.
The Wild Irish were just hoping it would end a few games later.
While Rosemount-Eagan was celebrating the best season in team history a few days later at the team banquet, moving on right after the Wild Irish lost 18-10 against Lakeville in the Section 3 semifinals wasn’t an easy task.
The Rosemount-Eagan girls lacrosse team continued its season of firsts last week.
And the Wild Irish might not be done yet.
After earning the first playoff victory in team history last week, Rosemount-Eagan went out two days later and earned a quarterfinals win with a 15-8 decision against Rochester John Marshall. The No. 3-seeded Wild Irish have beaten the No. 14 and 6 seeds already in the playoffs.
The Rosemount-Eagan girls lacrosse team opened its season with three straight wins.
New coach Jeff Smith had only known victory before last week. What the coach didn’t know was how his team would respond to a loss.
It’s been quite a start for new coaches of Rosemount sports programs.
The Irish baseball team gave it’s new coach a big opening week with a pair of wins.
The past week was the time for the Rosemount-Eagan girls lacrosse team to do the same for new coach Jeff Smith.
Beginning his first season, it’s hard for Rosemount-Eagan girls lacrosse coach Jeff Smith to judge the growth of the Wild Irish program.
It’s tough to compare where Rosemount-Eagan is at after a few practices compared with previous years.
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