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MSD JV football team beats Coral Glades High School

Eagles linebacker Charles Dion gets ready for action against the Jaguars. Photo by: Fenthon Aristhomene

On Tuesday, Oct.1, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas JV football team played their fourth game of the season against Coral Glades High School.

The Eagles won the game with a score of 20-8. Sophomore Keondre Edge and Jamari Leo, as well as freshman Gabriel Lenamon, each scored one touchdown. Sophomore Thoermer Bendix made two extra points.

“We won 20-8 and it was a good game all around for everyone on the team,” sophomore Dereck Damas said. “As a team, we can build on the win and try to improve ourselves even more so we can continue to win.”

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The next game will be held on Thursday, Oct.10, against  Deerfield Beach High School.

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Fenthon Aristhomene
Fenthon Aristhomene, Photo Editor
Fenthon Aristhomene is a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and is a photo editor for the Eagle Eye News. He plays football and wrestles for the Eagles.
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