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Varsity R Info Sheet 100%
Varsity R Info Sheet ABOUT VARSITY R The mission of the Varsity R Letterwinners Association is to help our varsity letterwinners and coaching staffs stay connected to Rutgers Athletics and their sport-specific programs in a way that is fun and impactful.
The Varsity team traveled to Cros-Lex and won, then traveled to Armada at the end of the week and beat their arch-rival, improving their overall record to 8-4, and 5-3 in conference play.
The Varsity team also beat the visitors, 53-40, improving their overall record to 5-1.
Middle School Night Our seventh grade team will play at halftime of the JV game, and our eighth grade team will play at halftime of the varsity game.
The Varsity team traveled to Capac on Friday, February 7 and won for only the second time in twenty-five years.
2013 Fremont Football Coaching Staff Offense Jeff Breuker – Varsity Head Coach/OC Rebel Smith – Quarterbacks/Varsity Co-OC/JV OC Mark Bridges – Running Backs Keith Swanson – Wide Receivers Ryan Wright – Offensive Line/9th Grade OC Defense Rick Tank – Varsity Associate Head Coach/DC Dale Bacon – Defensive Ends/JV Head Coach/DC Jayson Robins – Defensive Line Mark English – Linebackers Tom Elmer – Defensive Backs/9th Grade Head Coach/DC
Smoky at Robbinsville Ron Mau has two sons who played football for and graduated from Smoky Mountain High School (Ronnie‐‘09 and Rusty – ‘11). Both played junior varsity and varsity football for the Smoky Mountain Mustangs. For a period of 6 years, which started before either of his son’s played varsity and extended until after both had graduated, Ron kept all statistics for the varsity football team, reported those statistics to the Asheville Citizen Times and served on the Touchdown Club Board of Directors. Rusty’s football career was cut short due to injuries. Despite no longer having a son involved on the football field Ron served as President of the Touchdown Club for what would have been Rusty’s senior year of football. After Rusty graduated, Ron stepped down from the Touchdown Club Board of Directors but continued to keep statistics for the Mustangs for an additional year. Ron is a big football fan and continues to follow Mustang football. Ron himself had a football career that included some time on a Big 8 (now Big XII) football roster. Mickey Luker has two children (Gracelyn & Bailey) attending Smoky Mountain High School. Gracelyn is a cheerleader for the Mustangs! Mickey has been a big supporter for the Mustangs and a football fan. He is your candidate for Jackson County Commissioner ‐ District #4 and believes in improving the lives for all the families of our communities. Mickey and his family own and operate the Caney Fork General Store and have been a supporter of the Touchdown Club.. He will bring many years of leadership, service in public service and business entrepreneurship to our County government. Mickey and Ron want to: Improve the lives of the families of Jackson County Ensure county finances are sustainable Protect and improve natural resources, infrastructure and county facilities in our communities GOOD LUCK MUSTANGS! Smoky Mountain Mustangs
Upcoming Game Action The varsity and JV teams both host Parkway Christian HS on Saturday January 4.
Fall Rosters 2013 Troy Boys’ Water Polo 2013 Rosters Varsity Junior Varsity Frosh/Soph Allen, Warren Balderas, Kennedy Armas, Adam Ardalan, Bijan Baldonado, Josh Bidrawn, Cole Barragan, Adrian Baumbach, Ethan Butler, Will Chendra, Billy Bongco, Justin Condon, Kiley Cho, Brian Byun, Josh Guzman, Brian Davis, Aidan
Easter Colouring in Comp (2) Robina | Mudgeeraba Please complete and return to either Mudgeeraba office 1/51 Railway Street, Mudgeeraba OR Robina office 9/228 Varsity Parade, Varsity Lakes before Wednesday 28th March.
Self Storage Varsity Lakes Exclusive Storage Keeping Security System Are Provided On Demand While opening the newspaper every morning we open it with a hope that no crime is committed and if it is them it should be not worst.
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3.75 Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Forest Hill High School, West Palm Beach, FL August 2010-May 2012 Army Junior ROTC Battalion Commander Student Body President Yearbook Editor Varsity Track and Field Varsity Cross Country GPA:
The JV and Varsity teams will play back-to-back games on Friday, December 13 at Memphis HS and Saturday, December 14 against Mooney HS.
Varsity and JV games with Marine City (originally scheduled for December 10) have been moved to January 8.
The Varsity team opened their season at Memphis on Friday and defeated the host Yellowjackets by a score of 65-25.
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Art Show benefiting art educatio and Sale n in Athens Elementa ry Schools Saturday, April 16, 10a - 5p Sunday, April 17, 1p-4 p Seney-Stovall Chapel a 201 N Milledge Ave nd Grounds (next to Varsity) art e c n a rm o rf e p ~ rt a ft ra c fine art~ coffee~live music~food