Girls soccer player at Maret moves into DCW MVP position

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Washington, DC – Headed into a big game against a rival that year after year frustrates your team it’s good to have a DCW MVP on your side.

Addie Lalor, a senior at Maret School in Northwest, moved from the right side of the defense to the middle as the Frogs took on Bullis this past week, a team that won the Independent School League season and tournament championships in 2015.

“This is always a team that we've struggled with in the past few years,” said Lalor.

Lalor is a vocal on-field leader as well as a tenacious defender. She helped lead the senior-heavy group from Maret to a 1-1 tie in the rivalry game.

“It's not as frustrating as some may think because we played a really great game,” said Lalor.

Hear more from Lalor by clicking the video link above.


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