A Quick Six with Spring Sports Senior Owen Bork

Connor Nelson, Staff Reporter

After blanking Ballard 19-0, the lacrosse Rocks will host a state quarterfinal game Monday night, May 16,  at Trinity. The Rocks’ opponent will be determined at a State Tourney draw meeting. Senior Owen Bork answered a few questions about his lacrosse career. 

Q: Why did you begin playing lacrosse competitively?

A: I started playing competitive lacrosse because I’ve always loved competition.

Q: What is the outlook for the team this season?

A: This season we have a very positive outlook. We have a really talented team, and we know we have the ability to win state.

Q: What position do you play and what skills are needed most? 

Trinity senior Owen Bork  photo by Line Drive Photography

A: I play middie, and you need to be fast and know when to pass to a teammate or take a shot on goal.

Q: What has been your favorite memory on the lacrosse team?

A: My favorite memory is from our trip to UNC when Spencer Pride and I bought $70 worth of beef jerky.

Q: In what way do you plan to continue playing lacrosse after your high school career?

A: After high school, I do not plan on continuing my lacrosse career.

Q: What is your fondest memory of Trinity High School?

A: My fondest memory of Trinity is probably my first day of lacrosse practice my freshman year just because of how at home I felt.