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Bengal Beat: Fall Post-Season - Middle School

Girls Soccer (MS)
The Bengals wrapped up the regular season with a 7-1 record, winning the final season game against Spencerville 9-0, with the final goal scored by Zari R. T. '30. From there, the team fought all the way to the PVAC Conference Championships ... where they brought home the banner! Congratulations to this stellar squad and coaches, and to Lihi C. '28, Yanet G. '28, Grace G. '28, Leona K. '28, Izzy M. '28, Marli N. '28, Amy T. '28, Arsema T. '28, Natalie W. '28, and Jayla Z. '28 on an awesome finish to their middle school soccer tenure. We are excited to see you on the field in high school.
Boys Soccer (MS)
The Bengals progressed to the quarterfinals of the PVAC Conference Championship, concluding their season with a hard-fought match against Sandy Spring Friends last week. Extra cheers go out to the mighty 8th graders Henry B. '28, Calvin B. '28, Liam B. '28, Jasper B. '28, Cole C. '28, Max C. N. '28, Aiden C. '28, Gabriel D. '28, Robert D. '28, Mason F. '28, Soren F. '28, Jacob J. '28, Jackson M. '28, and Luke S. '28. 
Cross Country (MS)
Following up on their 1st and 5th place finishes at the final regular season meet, Flynn G. '29 and Neve J. '29 took 2nd and 6th at the PVAC Middle School XC Championships (pictured). Boosting the girls' team to a 4th place finish (just one point from 3rd!) were Brooke F. '30 and Nina M. '30 in 32nd and 33rd, followed by Feli M. F. '30 and Stella B. '30. In the boys' race, Elijah C. '30 was the top Bengal in 38th, closely followed closely by Arrow N. H. '29 in 41st and Sebi P. '30 in 71st. All these runners return next season, and the MS XC future looks bright.
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