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2018 MOUNT VERNON CHRISTIAN HURRICANES
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The MVC Boys’ Soccer program held its end-of-the-season gathering on Monday, November 26 in Hamming Commons.  It was a great evening of remembrance and fellowship for team members, coaches, family members and guests.  Team members were recognized, awards presented, and speeches given. A great night to enjoy another great season!
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The Hurricanes (13-5-0) qualified for its twenty-first consecutive postseason with its second place finish in the Northwest District One Combined 2B/1B League.  With a win in their opening Tri-District match over Life Christian, the Hurricanes then qualified for their seventh straight 2B/1B WIAA State Boys’ Soccer Tournament.  The boys’ lost their Quarterfinal match to Orcas Island on November 9, 1-0 to end their 2018 season.  The Hurricanes’ recorded 11 shutouts on the season, gave up just 10 goals, and netted 78 goals on the season, all stats that rank them within the top five seasons all time for Hurricane teams.  The five season losses all came to State qualifying teams: three, one goal losses to Orcas island, a shootout 0-0 loss to Friday Harbor, and a one goal loss to Evergreen Lutheran.
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ALL DISTRICT ONE RECOGNITION (Northwest 1B League and Northwest 2B/1B League Combined)
First Team
Jared Smith, Senior, Goalkeeper
Gabe Taylor, Senior, Attacking Midfielder
Christopher Wyatt, Junior, Central Defender
Kyler Houck, Sophomore, Forward
Second Team
Peter Opp, Junior, Central Defender
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.UPCOMING SCHEDULE

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Delighting in the Wonders of God, while pursuing Championships! 
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A Christian athlete should out work you, out fight you, and out love you.”  R.C. Sproul
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“We have the potential to have a very strong offense and score goals.  But ultimately, we want our stingy defense to remain the cornerstone of our program and everything that we do.  We are going to try to score, and build our team that way, but we must keep in mind that we cannot lose the piece of us that has won championships, which is making sure we do a great job with pressure and defending, and doing that first!”   ~J. Adeline
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Contact: Robert Adeline, Head Coach at radeline@mountvernonchristian.org