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Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Scott Hoskins, Journalism Adviser/Photographer • Published May 13, 2024
Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Scott Hoskins, Journalism Adviser/Photographer • Published May 13, 2024
Photo Gallery: JROTC @Daytona Beach Drill World Championships
Photo Gallery: JROTC @Daytona Beach Drill World Championships
Gisely Argueta, Phototgrapher • Published May 8, 2024
Exam schedule posted
Exam schedule posted
Staff ReportPublished May 8, 2024
Laptop collection day set for Thursday, May 16
Laptop collection day set for Thursday, May 16
Staff ReportPublished May 6, 2024

Pitch Notes-Week of March 25-March 30

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The soccer team went 1-1 on the week to run their overall record to 2-2-1.

Tuesday, March 26

The squad traveled across the county to Montgomery Central High School. They emerged with a 7-0 victory. Scoring for the Coyotes were Manny Mendez, Jackson Culver, Alex Cruz-Lopez, and Andreiyk Orellano with one and Javian Daly with three.

Thursday, March 28

Another road game saw them take on the Clarksville Wildcats. The team looked to defeat the Wildcats for the first time in nine contests. This game wasn’t the one to break the losing streak, though, as the Wildcats defeated the Coyotes 5-1.

The home-standing Wildcats jumped out to a 3-1 lead at the half. Senior Manny Mendez netted the lone goal with a penalty kick.

Things did not improve in the second half. Clarksville added two more goals to put the game out of reach.


This week, the squad returns home for two games, on Tuesday, April 2 against the White House High School Blue Devils and on Thursday, April 4 against the Kenwood Knights.

White House comes into the contest with a 1-4 overall record, while the Knights’ record is 3-3-1.

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Scott Hoskins
Scott Hoskins, Journalism Adviser
Mr. Hoskins is the faculty adviser for the yearbook and student newspaper. He has 25 years of experience as a classroom teacher and library media specialist.