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JV Football Falls to Cedar Ridge To Conclude Season

By Ian Drerup, Reporter

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On Thursday, Nov. 8, JV football took on the Cedar Ridge Raiders and lost the last game of the season 28-0. The Raiders started the game with a touchdown, and a two-point conversion.

“Being on football is very fun, it’s a lot of hard work and many early mornings,” Tomas Henry ‘21 said. “But when you see yourself improve it pays off.”

The Raiders started off the second quarter with another touchdown and two points. The Warriors tried to retaliate with Henry intercepting the ball and getting it to the 10-yard line, but before they could score a touchdown the quarter ended, and the score remained 16-0. For halftime entertainment, Warrior Pride danced on the field.

“Our team did good, and it was a lot of fun dancing on the football field; it was a new experience for us,” Claudia Indriago ‘21 said.

Cedar Ridge thought they scored the third touchdown, but after some debate it was decided that the team had gone out of bounds. Henry once again intercepted the ball and brought it near the goal, but neither team was able to score a touchdown.

“We worked hard throughout the season, but in the end it just wasn’t enough,” Lennon Aragon ‘21 said. “We got outworked so next year we need to work harder and do better.”

Despite the team’s best efforts to hold them back, the Raiders score another two touchdowns. The team got close to scoring a touchdown near the end, but were unable to. The final score was 28-0.

The team concludes the fall season with close games, but no wins produced.

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Ian Drerup, Reporter
Hey, I’m not sure what I do in Student Press yet, but hopefully I’ll do it well. I play guitar and drums, as well as Dungeons and Dragons, which is why my stupid band is called Drummers and Dragons. My best friends are my cat and my dog. I look forward to writing articles and taking pictures. I don’t know how to talk to people.
Kathryn Markovitz, Reporter
This is my first year on Student Press. I love traveling and getting to see new places although nyc will forever have a place in my heart. I also love photography, volunteering with therapeutic horseback riding, and watching tv in my free time. 
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