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Santaluces High School

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Santaluces vs. Atlantic Highschool

Allison Bower
A photo of the varsity team at the Santaluces vs. Atlantic game

In a riveting clash between Santaluces High School and Atlantic High School, the athletes from both teams exhibited formidable prowess and resilience, ultimately topping in a 28-42 victory for Atlantic High School. Despite the loss, the Santaluces team demonstrated commendable strength and determination throughout the game, showcasing an impressive array of skills and teamwork that kept the competition fierce until the final whistle.

While the final score may not have favored Santaluces, their statistics reflect their undying spirit and relentless effort on the field. The team’s total of 463 yards, including an impressive 240 passing yards and 223 rushing yards, underscores their commitment to offensive excellence. Additionally, their 18 first downs demonstrate their proficiency in sustaining drives and maintaining possession, demonstrating their resilience even in the face of a formidable opponent like Atlantic High School.

The audience witnessed standout performances from players such as #8 Ronald Olibrisse and #10 Travis. “Tre” Robinson Jr. and #11 Keshawn Barker further highlight the exceptional talent and dedication that defines the Santaluces team. Their commitment to defensive excellence, as indicated by their impactful tackles and interceptions, showcases their determination to protect their turf and repel the opposition’s advances.

Despite encountering obstacles, including a couple of turnovers, Santaluces High School’s strength remained clear in their valiant efforts to turn the tide of the game, especially in the later stages. Their relentless drive and indomitable spirit were reflected in their successful plays, including a 50-yard run and a series of impactful passes that contributed to their admirable 28-point total.

Although the game ultimately ended in favor of Atlantic High School, it is essential to recognize the commendable sportsmanship and dedication exhibited by both teams. Santaluces High School’s courageous effort and impressive performance testify to their unwavering commitment to the game, setting a remarkable standard for future matchups and further solidifying their position as a competitive force to be reckoned with in high school sports.

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Don Darius
Don Darius, Staff Writer
My name is Don. I like sports and enjoy watching football. My goal is to get a career as a Software Engineer.
Allison Bower
Allison Bower, Photo Editor
Hello, my name is Allison Bower. I’m a Sophomore and this is my second year on the Tribe. I love photography, art, and I like to crochet. I’m excited to see where this year takes me!

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