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The Eagles and the Falcons did battle on Tuesday night in Damascas, OR. The Falcons came into the game on a 2 match unbeaten streak. On a small, slick, and wet field, the Falcons were unable to penetrate the Eagles defense, and if they did, the opposing keeper was there to clean it up. The Falcons out-shot the Eagles 20-8 and dominated in possession of the ball. The only chances that the Eagles created were off the counter attack. Senior, Mason Demaris had a couple good looks at net late in the game, including a chip attempt from 45 yards out that just missed over the bar. Sophomore, Sean Morae-Alvarado had 7 saves and earned his first clean sheet of the season for the Falcons. The Falcons will head to Columbia Christian on next Tuesday afternoon to begin league play and hope to continue the unbeaten streak, which now sits at 3 games.

Faith             0
Damascus    0

Sean Morae-Alvarado        7    (39)

Sean Morae-Alvarado        1


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Both, Tessa Vanderkamp (23:09) and Caleb VanderGiessen (19:21) where honored Tuesday at the OES meet for their Top 10 finisher placing in the meet!

Both men and women's times from the meet are listed below:

1.10Caleb VanderGiessen
19:21.35Faith Bible Christian
2.10Daniel Rosetti
21:07.17Faith Bible Christian
3.10Tanner Shroyer
21:07.79Faith Bible Christian
4.12Graeson Roll
21:52.04Faith Bible Christian
5.12Connor Hood
21:54.79Faith Bible Christian
6.12AJ Padilla
22:42.85Faith Bible Christian
7.11Garrett Kuest
25:46.87Faith Bible Christian
8.11Zach Yontz
26:36.93Faith Bible Christian
9.10Auggie McKeown
27:05.89Faith Bible Christian
10.10Will Howell
27:27.46Faith Bible Christian
11.12Adrian Kudlich
28:50.29Faith Bible Christian
12.10Ben Delzer
38:01.37Faith Bible Christian

1.10Tess Vanderkamp
23:09.02Faith Bible Christian
2.12Carrie McCaslin
29:59.13Faith Bible Christian
3.10Ashley Campbell
30:27.73Faith Bible Christian
4.12Faith Zimmerman
31:02.88Faith Bible Christian
5.9Ainsley Roll
35:05.21Faith Bible Christian
6.10Claire Storto
36:03.05Faith Bible Christian


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The Falcons hosted the Wildcats on a sunny, hot Tuesday afternoon at 53rd Ave Fields. Southwest got the opening goal in the 11th minute. Caleb Predmore had a goal saving tackle, but was awarded his first yellow card of the season in the 21st minute. At the break, The Wildcats held a 1-0 advantage. On the ensuing kick off, Southwest was able to dribble through the heart of the Falcons defense and knock in their second goal to double their advantage at 2-0. After that goal, the game was dominated by the Falcons. Lone senior, Mason Demaris set up both of newcomer junior Shalkar Wilkins goals. The first came in the 60th minute on a brilliant ball over the top of the back line and a wonderful first time finish from Wilkins. On the last few kicks of the game, the Falcons were able to turn a goal kick into a long ball played by Demaris and finished by Wilkins to tie up the game at the death for Faith. The Falcons will look to continue their unbeaten streak next Tuesday when they visit Damascus Christian.

Faith             2
Southwest    2

Shalkar Wilkins    (2)    60', 79'

Mason Demaris    2 (3)

Sean Morae-Alvarado    10

Caleb Predmore    21'


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Faith Zimmerman had a SR
Caleb VanderGeissen had a SR & was recognized as a top finisher #15
Tessa Vanderkamp was recognized as a top finisher #5
AJ Padilla, Ashley Campbell , Ben Delzer & Garrett Kuest all ran their first races of HS!
Daniel Rossetti PR'd by 1:09
Tanner Shroyer PR'd by 1:13
Sasha Prasad PR'd by 3:14
Ainsley Roll PR'd by 3:24
Claire Storto PR'd by 3.52


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The Falcons visited the Eagles on an overcast Friday night. The first half was a physical and fast paced track meet with both teams getting opportunities. Caleb Predmore had some good looks at goal from distance, but none could hit the mark. After the break, the Falcons took the lead on freshmen Giovanni Correria's tap in on an assist from senior Mason Demaris. Joseph Suh doubled the lead in the 56th minute. Crosshill was awarded a penalty kick in the 64th minute and buried it to cut the lead in half. The Eagles were able to finish the job and tie up the Falcons in the 73rd minute on a tap in goal off a rebound. 

Faith            2
Crosshill      2

Giovanni Correria      (1)  54'
Joseph Suh               (1)  56'

Mason Demaris     (1)

Sean Morae-Alvarado    9

Giovanni Correria    67'


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The Falcons XC team traveled to Vernonia to participate in the NWL Jamboree.  The Falcons didn't waste anytime putting up pretty good times and getting the season started right.  Faith had eight runners in the race (4 boys and 4 girls).

The boys were lead by senior Graeson Roll who put up a 20:50 time and was followed by Sophomore Tanner Shroyer who burst on the scene as an immediate contributor in his first ever XC race.  Seniors Connor Hood and Adrian Kudlich rounded at the boys finishers.

On the girls side of things Sophomore Tessa Vanderkamp took 3rd place and set a new PR in her first race of the season with a time of 22:48.  The three other runners for Faith on the girls side were running in their first ever XC race and they ran as a pack until the very end finishing strong together was Claire Storto, Ainsley Roll and Aasha Prasad.


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Faith opened their season with a 4-0 loss at Blanchett Catholic on Friday afternoon. The Falcons played their first game of the season with only 11 players and battled with the Cavs for much of the game. Blanchett broke down the Falcons defense in the 9th minute to score the opening goal of the game. The Falcons put in a solid defensive effort for the next 30 minutes, but fell asleep right before the stroke of halftime, allowing the Cavs to score off of a Falcon goal kick with 38 seconds remaining in the half. The Cavs scored their 3rd goal off a deflected shot that found the top corner, and the 4th came off an inexperienced mistake from the Falcons' backline. Overall, it was a decent run out for the Falcons, who return 6 starters. Only 4 of the returning starters played in the opener and most of them in new positions. The backline of Ethan Schmoll, Caleb Predmore, Drew Bernards, and Kyle Hoekstra did well to hold off the countless attacks from the Cavs.

Faith                          0
Blanchett Catholic    4

Sean Morae-Alvarado    13

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