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Volleyball loses at Oregon-Davis

The Varsity Volleyball team lost a tough 4 set match to Oregon-Davis Tuesday night. The Eagles fell 25-13, 23-25, 24-25,  ad 19-25.  Kaila Whitehad  15 kills; Taylor Meehan 15 kills  Kaitie Derrickson 26 assists and Kiara Bueno 5 aces. The team falls to 8-23 to end the regular season.  In the JV Match, The Eagles

JV Football beats Washington

The JV Football team beat Washington Monday night by the Score of 6-0.  Ronnie King  scores on a 8 yard td run, and Mason Cossey  had a  goal line interception. The team moves their record to 2-5 on the season and will finish the season on Saturday at St. Joe.

Volleyball Draw

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Varsity Cross country results from Sectional

The Boys Cross Country team  advanced to the regional after positing a 5th place finish at the Sectional Saturday.  The Eagles scored 136 points.  Leading Adams was Sam Easley with a 17th place finish. Other finishers included Jack Wheeler at 25th, Logan Reinbold-Thomas 26th, Davis Santiago 29th, William McCarthy 39th , Kieram O’Brien 46th, and

JV Volleyball goes 1-1 at Goshen Invitational

The JV Volleyball Team went 1-1 in the Goshen JV Invitational on Saturday.  The Lady Eagles beat Goshen 25-14, 25-20 in game 1.  In the 2nd game the Eagles fell to  Concord 18-25, 19-25. The team is now 12-15 on the year and will play at Oregon-Davis on Tuesday night

Varsity Football wins Cross Town Rivalry

Gabe Brooks had 4 rushing touchdowns and 1 receiving touchdown while the Eagles defense caused 6 turnovers as the Eagles beat Washington 42-14. The defense also limited Washington to 291 yards of total offense. The Eagles are now 5-3 on the year and will host St. Joe next Friday at School Field for Senior Night,

Girls Soccer Reaches Sectional title game

The Girls Soccer team advanced to the sectional title game Saturday with an 8 to 1 win over Clay.  the Eagles got 2 goals  each from Mary Cate Varga and Cat Mittiga as well as goals from Mary Claire Burnett, Jillila Baer, Arianna Johnson, and Kierra Watford. With the win the Eagles improve  to 12-5-1