The seniors made a statement when the Girls’ Lacrosse team overwhelmed Key School’s
Lady Obezags 15-3 during Tuesday’s senior night.
Seniors Quai Skeete-Ridley, Precious Asala, Brianna Wainwright, Haleigh Weaver, Jayda Robertson, Samantha Cleary, Alexandra Eubanks, and manager Jack McCarty were recognized prior to the game at Blandair Park. Each was escorted by their families, receiving flowers, hugs, and praises by the team and coaches.
In one of her final games, Skeete-Ridley scored two-thirds of the Lady Panthers’ goals, a dominant performance, earning her 91 for the season.
The team has qualified for the finals, beginning Monday against Oldfield. The 4 p.m. game will be at Blaidair.
She is a four-year lacrosse player and has led as Captain both last year and this year. She also played Junior Varsity basketball team her freshman year where she served as a Captain, varsity basketball as a sophomore, indoor and outdoor track and field. She is a member of the National Honors Society and the Spanish National Honors Society. Earlier this school year, she was among the first to commit, choosing to play for Howard University, where she plans to major in Chemistry.
Asala is a three-year lacrosse player and also played junior varsity and varsity basketball while attending Pallotti. She will attend Salisbury University in the fall where she plans to major in Computer Science, Information Technology.
Wainwright is a two-year lacrosse player in addition to playing junior varsity basketball and was a member of the cheerleading squad and is also involved in competitive dance. She will join her teammate at Howard University in the fall where she plans to major in Biochemical Engineering.
Weaver is a four-year lacrosse player, also playing volleyball her junior year and ran cross country this past season. She is a member of the National Honors Society and the French National Honors Society while finishing first in this spring’s Pallotti art show and is on the Principal’s list. Weaver will attend Towson University in the fall where she plans to major in Film, Art, and Political Science.
Robertson transferred to Pallotti this year and made an immediate impact on the team. She will be attending Salisbury University in the fall where she has been accepted into the nursing program.
Cleary is a four-year lacrosse player in addition to swimming on the varsity swim team her junior year. She is a member of the National Honors Society, a Union Leader, and has been enrolled in the Pallotti Arts Academy for music for four years. She earned the Presidential Service Award her junior year for earning over 175 hours of community service. She will be attending Penn State University in the fall where she plans to double major in Marine and Atmospheric Science.
The tenacious Eubanks is a four-year lacrosse player., co-captaining for three years and was named to the IAAM All-Conference team in 2018. She recorded her six-hundredth career save in goal this year. She was a member of the junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams, Indoor Track team and the Spirit Club. Eubanks, who has perfect attendance during her time here, is an Honor Roll student who has been awarded numerous certificates for both honors and high honors. In 2018, she was awarded an academic letter for making Principal’s list and maintaining high honors for the year. In the fall, Eubanks committed to the University of Mount Olive in North Carolina where she plans to continue her lacrosse career and major in exercise science.
McCarty has been a devoted lacrosse manager for the past three years. He has also been the varsity football manager and a two-year varsity wrestler. He is a member of the Millionaire’s Club, National Honors Society, Spanish National Honors Society, and is the senior class Vice-President. McCarty is intending on attending Franklin and Marshall.