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Senior Night for Football

Kaitlyn Minet, News Editor

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Senior Tyler Throckmorton and the team lined up waiting for the play to start. The breast cancer awareness and senior night shared the game on Oct. 14. Although the team lost 0-34, they overlooked the loss and instead focused on the progress.

“I think their biggest weakness was themselves, just getting in their own heads and not seeing the score they wanted-they didn’t give up,” football manager Allison Scales said. “But they didn’t do their best because they thought it wouldn’t make for an outcome they desired.”  

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