Patch stopped by the Northeast girls varsity lacrosse practice and spoke with offensive captain Stacy Titus, 17, about her lacrosse career and her plans for the future.
Pasadena Patch: You have been on the varsity lacrosse team for two years. What is one of your favorite memories?
Stacy Titus: Probably the games and the bus rides to the games. On the bus, we are always goofing around and then when we get to the field we get serious and get down to it. Old Mill and North County are always really good games for us. We always give 100 percent and try our best.
Pasadena Patch: What other groups or activities do you participate in at Northeast?
Titus: I play field hockey, too. I work and do an internship at High Point Elementary with second-grade students
Pasadena Patch: What do you like best about Northeast High School?
Titus: I like that it is more of a smaller school than other schools like Chesapeake. We all know each other well and we all get along.
Pasadena Patch: How do you think the season is going so far?
Titus: It has been pretty good so far. I definitely think we are doing better than last year. I think we have stepped our game up and we are doing so much better.
Pasadena Patch: You’re a senior, so what are your plans for after high school?
Titus: I am planning on going to Anne Arundel Community College and maybe play lacrosse there and then I want to go to UMBC after. I want to be an elementary school teacher.
Check back on Friday for another inside look at the members of the Northeast varsity girls lacrosse team.