SENIORS! Grad Bash is filling up. Tickets are only on sale until Monday and there are less than 30 seats left. See Ms. Foley for a permission slip and obligation form.
Congratulations to the girls varsity basketball team on another victory over Osceola last night! Da'niya Barker got hurt early in the first quarter and the girls were determined to persevere for their fellow senior! Leading the Falcons were: Makayla Oster with another double double of 13 points and 13 rebounds! She also added 8 steals. Cali Southall had 9 points and 8 defensive deflections! Erin Fullem also had 4 points and 6 steals!
Our Boys Basketball teams traveled to district rival Tarpon Springs last night and both JV and Varsity picked up a win. JV won 56-15. Jabari Adams had 16 points, 4 assists, 6 rebounds, and 5 steals. Surprisingly, he didn't even attempt a 3 point shot the entire game. Aiden Laird had 10 points, 2 assists, 8 rebounds, and 3 steals. Matt Somers had 9 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 steals. Javonte Phillips had 9 points, 3 assists, 4 rebounds, and 5 steals. Varsity won 56-51. Jabari Jackson had 24 points, 4 assists, and 6 rebounds. Zach Norton had 14 points, 2 assists, and 4 rebounds. DJ Valcin had 7 points, and 3 rebounds. Jontevius Richardson had 3 points, and 11 rebounds. Josh Ward played tight defense down the stretch to help secure the win. Boys Basketball hosts district opponent Hudson tonight at the Falcons Nest. It's also Senior Night for our Class of 2022 Boys Basketball Players. Let's pack the Nest night! JV tips off at 6:15pm, Varsity at 7:45pm.
The Boys soccer team won their first district playoff game against Chamberlain High School last night 3-0. Rafael Gransaull started the scoring in the first half with his eleventh goal of the season. Kevin Baltazar added an additional goal in the first half. Riley Reukauf added an insurance goal in the second half, and goalkeeper Aaron Vernon made a couple of key saves late in the game to ensure the shutout.
An amazing outcome for these seven Falcons: Emma Beatty, Allison Smith, Ella Stringer, James Barnard, Ethan Pestana, Noah Painter, and Levi Smith. All contributed!!!! It was a nail biter to the end. Dunedin led the majority of the match until the final round. Clearwater pulled ahead. Dunedin, determined to win at their home competition, commanded the team packet questions winning in the final two questions against Clearwater, Osceola and Pinellas Park High Schools. Next up, semi finals and finals February 10th.
Juniors, your course registration form is due today. Drop your form in the box by Ms. Finocchio’s desk. Today our Sophomores are meeting with the counseling team during US History. Sophomore forms are due next Friday, February 4.
Congratulations to the Class of 2022 for being accepted the following colleges: Chloe Tozer – Florida Institute of Technology; Keyshawn Hardy and Karina Zea-Coeron – St. Pete College; Matthew Mills – Auburn University & University of South Florida; and Kloey Burke-Croce – Flagler College. If you have been accepted to a college/university please email or take a picture of the letter and send it to Ms. Vosseteig to add your name to the Class of 2022 acceptance list.
That is all for your morning announcements. Have a familiar Friday Falcons!