The Viking Saga

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Aidan Hughes, Staff Writer

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The pounding on the polished wood floor, mixed with the tremendous roars of the crowd indicates only one thing; the commencement of basketball season. On Friday, December 15, the freshmen boys’ basketball team produced a stunning 54-34 victory against McNair Academic High School. Led by veteran coach George Rotondo, this group of minors showcased a promising start to their now 1-0 season.

With the majority of this group having been together since 3rd and 4th grade, their cooperation and bond invariably presents itself on the court. The team consists of Tony Alho, Jerry Castro, Aidan Hughes, Arben Lolovic, Hazam Mohamed, Zavian Rivera, Nicholas Rodrigues, Nicholas Rotondo, Jared Velazquez, Joey Witt, and Pete Ziakos. The group’s next challenge is scheduled for Thursday, December 21 against Wallington at NAHS. If the team’s performance is similar to that of Friday night’s, a win will surely arise. Be sure to come down and support your North Arlington Vikings!

 

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