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News from Falcon Student Media

The Perch

News from Falcon Student Media

The Perch

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Football team look towards next year without 13 seniors

Lou Kipp, PTTV reporter December 5, 2023

With 13 football players graduating this year, next year’s seniors will have a bigger role than ever before to try and lead a fully new defense and offense in hopes of making it to region playoffs for...

Coach Eric Perri, reacts to losing by one point to a friend in fantasy football. “I still have no idea how I lost, Perri said. No matter how good of players you have, you can lose just as easily as a team with terrible players.

Fantasy football offers fun, competition

Ludwig Kipp October 25, 2023

With the football season in full swing, people around the world have been keeping up with their fantasy football games. Built for those with a competitive spirit, the games typically require a buy-in...

Falcons lose annual Battle of the Oar

Victoria Lopez, PTTV reporter October 11, 2023

After going neck and neck the whole game and being tied in the second quarter, the annual Battle of the Oar ended in a loss for the Falcons against Ransom Everglades, 26-34. “...our quarterback...

HARD KNOCK: As the Palmer Trinity Varsity Football team exits the field after the close loss to Ransom Everglades at the Battle of the Oar, a heartbroken Finn Zuccarini makes his way to the sideline with his team mates. Players are on their way to hear words of encouragement from head coach Mark Reese, but after such a bitter loss, it’s difficult to put it into words.

Photo slideshow: Battle of the Oar

Felipe Prada Ferreira, Raptor reporter October 10, 2023

TAG TEAM: Seniors Lou Kipp and Ethan Vanzant clap hands as they cross each other on the field during their game against Coral Shores at home on Sept. 1. The Falcons beat the Hurricanes 34-14.

Senior football players reflect on bonding, brotherhood

Alena Zamek, PTTV reporter September 13, 2023

For the football team, team bonding creates a strong sense of brotherhood, which, according to several senior players who have been on the team for their four years of high school, improves their dynamic...

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