Demons lacrosse


Kai Kanzer

The 2019 Glenwood Demons lacrosse season came to a close last Friday after a disappointing loss to Eagle Valley on a senior night. Twelve of Glenwood seniors played their last lacrosse season including senior captain Devlin Powell, who next year will continue playing lacrosse for the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C.

The Demons season ended very underwhelmingly, with only five wins, the Demons finished five wins under .500 and a 5-10 record. Ten of the Demons losses came in league play meaning their last place record was 1-9. Obviously, the Demons were unhappy with their season and couldn’t find the reason for their failures.


Senior, Foster Lemkau suggested, “The inconsistencies we had with our coaching” along with Senior Henry Barth who claimed that he felt that, “The attitude of the team wasn’t that committed to winning”  


Although the Demons 2019 season wasn’t great, the Demons future is still bright. Devlin’s younger brother, sophomore Connor Powell, led the Demons in goals scored with 28. As well as sophomore Colter Strautman who finished top five on the team in goals with 10.