La PORTE – In the end, it was a loss, but a 2-1 defeat against Munster in Saturday’s La Porte tournament represented a step in the right direction for a Slicers team that’s moving the needle in the right direction.

“A lot of it came down to mentality,” LP coach Jessica Ramirez said. “The first time we played Munster, the first couple weeks of the season, it wasn’t that close of a game. We’re really focusing on, hey, we’ve made a lot of progress since then, let’s go out and go for everything; don’t hesitate. We did that for the second game. The third game, we went back into tendencies. A lot is we are a young team. We tend to show we’re not just scared of failure, but we’re scared of success. Bridging that gap and moving past that is going to key for us, especially in the post-season.”

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