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    Riley Porter, Junior

    Riley Porter, Junior
    Omar Ortega

    Junior Riley Porter has been playing volleyball here at Carlsbad High School for the past three years. This year, however, Porter had a change of heart. Going from volleyball to lacrosse, Porter has shown her athletic ability can be used to succeed in any sport she chooses.

    Lancer Link: How did you get started with lacrosse?

    Riley Porter: My friends Bridget and Courtney told me about it and they said it was fun and I should join.

    LL: Why do you enjoy playing lacrosse?

    RP: I enjoy lacrosse because I get to play with my my friends and stay in shape

    LL: What motivates you to play lacrosse?

    RP: My friends and family really motivate me to play.

    LL: What kind of sacrifices do you make in order to play lacrosse?

    RP: You pretty much put your life on the line every moment of the game.

    LL: What advice do you have for up and coming lacrosse players?

    RP: Start playing lacrosse with a travel team or attend clinics or camps over summer.

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