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July 15, 2019

Foothill High School Recognizes College-Bound Athletes

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Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2019 12:00 am

On Thursday, May 23, Foothill High School honored 21 athletes at the 2019 Committed Athlete Luncheon. The event was sponsored by Foothill Athletic Boosters and Eddie Papa's. The recruited seniors will go on to play at the collegiate level in 10 different sports, at either a two- or four-year colleges.

Foothill Principal Sebastian Bull spoke at the event and commented, "I am so proud to witness the excitement for these young student athletes as they begin the next chapter in their lives. The student athletes have represented Foothill with pride for four years and will be assets to their new campuses. As a school, we are proud of their accomplishments and want to remind these amazing student athletes that they will always be Falcons. We wish them the best of luck on and off their playing fields."

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