LCSS students take on alumni in annual soccer game

Lake City Secondary School alumni showed they were the dominant force Wednesday afternoon.

Lake City Secondary School alumni showed they were the dominant force Wednesday afternoon during a game versus the current Falcons girls’ squad.

Both past men and women’s players suited up to take to the pitch, which included teachers and recent graduates.

The outcome was a tight 3-2 decision for the alumni, who bagged a goal late in the second half to seal the deal.

The alumni game, which celebrated its third year Wednesday, is a chance for graduated students to come back and have a chance to catch up with their past teammates and see the current recruits as well as maybe getting a little accidental contact against an old teacher of theirs.

Today’s game which started under some darker skies, saw Terry Duff getting the first goal of the game to put up the “Seniors” 1-0 followed by a goals by Megan Cook and Eryn Ritchat Fontaine.

The current senior girls soccer team, who was joined by a few of the senior boys rallied with goals from Dylan Derose and Grace Outhouse but ultimately fell 3-2.

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