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Amador Valley Football closes off their sensational season

Rishit Agnihotri
The home games throughout the season brought a lot of the school together, cheering for a victory.

As Fall Concludes: Amador Valley High School Football Team’s NCS Journey

As the fall season draws to a close, the exhilarating journey of Amador Valley High School’s football team within the NCS has reached its conclusion. The team’s stellar performance has left an indelible mark for future years.

Player’s Perspective: Alexander Mchail (’26) Reflects

“The team is a great group of people. Morally, it feels like we are on the right path, and I feel proud of what we have accomplished,” said Football Player Alexander Mchail (’26).

A Notable Triumph

A crowning achievement for the team this year was shattering Granada’s three-year winning streak.

“Granada has been undefeated for three seasons, and beating them was a great accomplishment,” said Mchail.

Overcoming Challenges

Though the season presented its challenges, the team emerged victorious with a final score of 7 wins to 3 defeats.

“Every year is special, but this year is really exceptional. We had some big wins early on that put us on the right path,” said Football Coach Danny Jones.

Room for Improvement: Reflecting on the Season

Even with remarkable highlights, there were aspects that both players and coaches identified for improvement.

Beating Foothill would have been the one thing I’d change this season,” said Jones.

Strengthening Team Bonds

The sport holds a unique value for the players, who express that this year’s success inspired them to work harder and fight for each game. The camaraderie among teammates played a crucial role in achieving victory.

“Football is very, very challenging, and you develop a special relationship with your teammates, learning to be a part of something bigger than yourself,” said Jones.

Mixed Emotions: Ups and Downs

Despite the ups and downs, many across campus believe that this has been a thrilling season to watch, fostering high hopes for replicating this success in the coming years.

“I think we had one of the best football seasons ever this year. All the games were enjoyable to watch, and it was awesome to see the players run onto the field,” said Henry Bull (’27).

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