San Jacinto Valley Academy WIN!!


(Valley Academy)

Congratulations to the San Jacinto Valley Academy Middle School Lady Wolves for Winning the 2020 Championship game in their division last Thursday January 30, 2020. This is definitely one to remember: with one tied game, one loss and the first ever Championship in the school’s history, since it opened its doors in 1997.

The coaching staff and the girls came with confidence, determination and great skill. They ended in great fashion by defeating Santa Rosa Academy 5-4 and breaking Santa Rosa’s multiple year wining streak! The lady Wolves may have the deepest lineup, top to bottom, in Middle Division 1 with Avilika Arana, Priscilla Bidriezca, Jayde Boeckerman, Alix Buenrostro, Lilyanna Contreras, Leslie Hernandez, Paola Ixtlahuac, Annalise Magaña, Miriam Manzo, Madison Pastorius, Samantha Rodriguez, Treasure Rosales, Eleanore Stroffolino. Well-known coaches Sam Carbajal, Tera Felipe and Reuben Felipe also did a wonderful job.

Congratulations to the Lady Wolves Middle School representing the San Jacinto Valley. We can’t wait to see how far your bright futures will take you!

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  1. YEAH THAT MY FRIEND GET IT ALIX I SEE YOU WITH THAT SMILE don’t tell anyone but it looks kinda fake Idk but get that bread get that head and leave OOOOO MY FRIEND FAMOUS Alix gonna get canceled in less than a week


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