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    V. Boys Basketball vs. Dade Christian



    V. Boys Soccer Region IV Quarterfinal 

    Watch live coverage of the Falcons take on Mimai Country Day in the region IV quarterfinal. Due to FHSAA reglations, The Falconer must charge for the event. All proceeds go to the FHSAA. The game will be available for viewing, free of charge, one week after the event airs live.




    V. Boys Soccer District Game

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    V. Boys Basketball Play in Louisiana 

    By Guillermo Bonet ’16, Blake Miller ’16, and Jonathan Valles ‘16

    Over holiday break, the Boys’ Varsity Basketball team participated in a tournament in Opelousas, Louisiana, in which the Falcons faced some of the most dominant talent in the state.

    The Falcons faced-off against Lagrange High School and Northwest High School. Despite starting both games with a big first-quarter lead, the boys were unable to come out victorious.

    The Falcons spent 5 days in Louisiana.

    Head Coach Ernest Robertson emphasized the idea of growing as a team, saying, “This trip was all about bonding. The guys got a chance to really get to know each other and spend quality time together. In order to play well together, our players have to trust each other and care for each other like family.”

    The trip to Louisiana was especially exciting for Robertson, who grew-up and played high school football and basketball in the state.

    The basketball itself was also important to Coach Robertson. “We got a chance to play against some of the top teams in the state of Louisiana in front of big crowds, which will help us prepare to face some of the top teams in the district such as Westminster and Westwood,” said Robertson.

    This trip was also very memorable for the players. When asked about his favorite aspect of the trip, senior captain Matthew Vega Sanz ’14 said, “I really enjoyed learning a lot about my team and identifying our strengths and weaknesses. I think this trip prepared us for the long stretch ahead.”

    Be sure to come out and support the Falcons on January 17 as they face-off against the rival Westminster Warriors.


    V. Girls Basketball vs. Sagemont HS

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