Season Celebration 2018

May 23, 2018 at 3:51 PM by Winter Roberts

The last several weeks have been without new content from the Horns. After a collection of team events in post to our final match, and now after the final participants of this FRC season have been recognized it was today, finally the time to break this silence in commemoration and close on our season. Team members gathered today at Clark's Creek Park to celebrate this season's achievements and recall the outreach we fostered. It was, in addition to games and food, our adviser Mr. Mclure's great pleasure to announce that for the first time in our team's history a varsity letter is available to our students. To our continued success and an even better 2018-19 season, we all look forward.

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