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On the sidelines of history

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Making history, the boys varsity soccer team made it past the second round in the playoffs. Entering the third round against Henderson. The game took place on April 5th in Whitehouse. The boys fought hard but weren’t able to come up with a win.”It was a good feeling to be the first team at Chapel Hill to make history,” said Heber Hernandez. “They played hard but I know they could’ve done better,” said assistant coach Seth Hubbard, “I’m so proud we made it to the third round of playoffs. This season was awesome.”

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