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  • October 19There will be a girls soccer meeting on Tuesday Oct. 23, in room 104 at 12:00 during one lunch for new and returning players.

  • October 19There will be a Wingspan meeting in room 212 during one lunch on Tuesday Oct. 23.

  • October 19National Art Honor Society will hold a meeting on Tuesday Oct. 23 in room 100 during one lunch.

  • October 17The first Spanish Club meeting will be held Thursday Oct. 18, in room 237 during one lunch.

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Falcons face rivals FC

THE BOYS VARSITY team poses together as they celebrate their hard fought win over Princess Anne.

THE BOYS VARSITY team poses together as they celebrate their hard fought win over Princess Anne.

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The girl’s and boy’s varsity soccer teams have continued their success into conference play. Both team’s are coming off hard fought win’s following Tuesday’s thriller at Kellam.

The girl’s team currently sits fourth in the beach conference with a record of 8-2-2. They are looking to pull off a minor upset against the undefeated Lady Patriots.

The boy’s team have lost one game in their last seven and looking to collect their ninth win this season. The boy’s also sit fourth in the beach conference standings. This matchup will showcase two sides, with records of 8-3-1, who are both looking to bump up their seed for the regional tournament.

Junior Clay Obara has shown that his skills can pay the bills. Given his marvelous technical ability and determined mind set, Obara is optimistic about this rivalry game.

“We have shown that we can play at a high level.  We’ll assess our future opponents when the time comes, but for now, our main focus is beating the enemy from a mile down the road. I believe we have the potential to make a run this year, but we have to remain poised and keep our play to an untouchable level,” Obara said.

The Falcons host rivals First Colonial, in two highly anticipated matches, on Friday, May 11 at 7PM.

Come out, pack the stands, and cheer on your Falcons under the lights!

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