Students get their heads in the game

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Students get their heads in the game

Briana Queen, Staff Writer

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Looking back on this school year, student athletes have had many accomplishments, ranging from beating big competitors to going undefeated. The sports teams have also undergone various changes this year- such as a new head football coach (Smalley) and new flag football coaches (Crumpacker and Copello). Some of the highlights this year include both JV and Varsity volleyball going undefeated. The Varsity team, for the first time in 34 years, became district champions. Along with volleyball achievements, girls’ soccer also had a successful year. Both JV and Varsity only lost one game. Varsity won at districts and JV beat what the team considers their biggest competition:  St. Pete. The swim and dive team also had an eventful year. Both boys and girls won districts, and according to swim coach Karen Smalley, it was “the third time in 8 years and the 7th year in a row for the girls”. Many seniors also received sports signings this year.

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