Nolan Ouellette, the captain of Plymouth Lacrosse, has played lacrosse for almost his whole life. We got a chance to interview Nolan about the current spring high school lacrosse season and what it’s looking like for the Wildcats. He told us that what he enjoys most about lacrosse is the bond between the teammates that is formed during practice and from the difficult games throughout the season. Nolan says that he is most excited to win the conference championship “with a breeze”. The Wildcats lacrosse team goals this season are to win the conference, improve team chemistry, win every home game, “make a statement” (don’t mess with the Wildcats), and to be closer as a team through the ups and downs and continue to get better as a team. Everyone come out to the Plymouth vs. Canton game, May 10th, to support the Plymouth Lacrosse. Go cats!
1) What do you enjoy most about playing this sport?
“ What I enjoy most about playing lacrosse is…. The bond between the teammates that is formed during practice and from the difficult games throughout the season.”
2) What are you most looking forward to this season?
“ I am looking forward to winning the park championship again, and winning our conference championship.”
3) What are your team goals for this year?
“ Win park championship, win conference, improve team chemistry, win every home game, make a statement, stay together through the ups and downs and get better every practice and game.”
4) What events/games would you most like to see student spectators attend?
“ Plymouth v Salem, Plymouth v Canton, District finals.”