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Sports Wrap Up

Eli Thompson, Staff Reporter

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Sports are a way to connect with people that share the same interest in a sport that you do. Players take the field with their teammates, who have the same goal as every other person on the field. To win the game.

Football wasn’t the best sport for PHU this season, as the Varsity team only won 2 games. One of them, luckily, was our homecoming game. Players still enjoyed being there and doing what they love. Softball had a decent season, with 19 wins and 7 losses.

Track and field was hard on all of the runners and throwers. Despite it being so hot here, participants ignored the scorching heat to continue working hard for wins against other teams.

Lacrosse, which isn’t a school funded sport, had 3 losses. 2 of which came to East Lake, and one from countryside.

“East Lake just played us so dirty, we couldn’t go 5 minutes without them getting a foul,” said freshman Chris Charles.

The teams of PHU look to make a comeback next year, hopefully.

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