• Foxes Win SMCAF Flag Football Championship


    NUMBER 1!: Huntington Middle School’s varsity flag football team won the SCMAF Championship, of teams from greater Southern California, on Sunday December 8. After an undefeated regular season, the Foxes began their march by winning the San Gabriel Valley playoffs in November to become eligible for the Southern California tournament. HMS won its first game handily in pouring rain over Corona last Saturday, advancing to the semifinals. On Sunday, the Foxes earned a 14-8 victory over Saddleback Valley before defeating Oxnard by a final score of 26-8 to win the 2013 championship. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Coach Moises Arreola, Coach John Gulick, Michael DuMont, Bryan Byrne, Lienard Hwang, John Carter, Ray Dobson, Michael Shahan, Alex Cheng, Blake Cabot, Rafe Stenwall and Coach Sal Battaglia. FRONT ROW: Coach Lawrence Mireles, Mitch Kim, Caleb Shohfi, Matt Gulick, Chuma Azinge, John Hutchison, Aloisio Figueira, Andrew Cornelison, Coach Brandon Garner and Coach Luis Rivera. Great job, boys!

    NUMBER 1!: Huntington Middle School’s varsity flag football team won the SCMAF Championship, of teams from greater Southern California, on Sunday December 8. After an undefeated regular season, the Foxes began their march by winning the San Gabriel Valley playoffs in November to become eligible for the Southern California tournament. HMS won its first game handily in pouring rain over Corona last Saturday, advancing to the semifinals. On Sunday, the Foxes earned a 14-8 victory over Saddleback Valley before defeating Oxnard by a final score of 26-8 to win the 2013 championship. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Coach Moises Arreola, Coach John Gulick, Michael DuMont, Bryan Byrne, Lienard Hwang, John Carter, Ray Dobson, Michael Shahan, Alex Cheng, Blake Cabot, Rafe Stenwall and Coach Sal Battaglia. FRONT ROW: Coach Lawrence Mireles, Mitch Kim, Caleb Shohfi, Matt Gulick, Chuma Azinge, John Hutchison, Aloisio Figueira, Andrew Cornelison, Coach Brandon Garner and Coach Luis Rivera. Great job, boys!

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