BRIEF: FC Football team to meet with ABC30, Nov. 16

BRIEF: FC Football team to meet with ABC30, Nov. 16

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The Eagles football team is being celebrated on ABC30 for winning the Central Sierra 8-Man Championship.

Normally the varsity football team would be attending a fall sports banquet on Monday, Nov. 16, but this year the team will be going to a team of the week promotion hosted by ABC30 for winning the Central Sierra 8-Man Championship. The event will be aired from the 6:30 p.m. live news broadcast from the Willow and Nees Me-n-Eds location.

Roman Endicott, ’18, is a sophomore who plays for the team. Endicott plays defensive end and running back. Endicott is looking forward the free pizza and the chance to be on TV.

“I don’t really want to be interviewed tonight by ABC30,” Endicott said. “I want to give seniors some recognition because it is their last year. I am looking forward to receiving the trophy and the shirts for winning the championship. I am also really looking forward to the free pizza.”

I think being on the news with the team is pretty cool. If they ask to interview me, I would be happy to be interviewed. I am very excited to be on the news tonight. — Kyle Friesen

ABC30 sports selected the FC football team because of their last weeks winning of the Central Sierra 8-Man Championship. During the event, ABC will interview several of the FC football players and footage of the championship game will also be showed. This event is exclusively for the campus football team.

Defensive end and a wide receiver Kyle Friesen, ’19, is very excited to be with the team tonight and also looking forward to the opportunity to be on TV.

“I think being on the news with the team is pretty cool,” Friesen said. “If they ask to interview me, I would be happy to be interviewed. I am very excited to be on the news tonight.”

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The event will be aired from the 6:30 p.m., Nov. 16, for all audiences to watch.

A freshmen player, Eli Evans does not really want to go to the event. Evans does not want to go because he has been extremely tired. Evans is a defensive lineman for the football team.

“I do not really want to be interviewed,” Evans said. “I am looking forward to when it is over. I also don’t really want to be on TV either. There is not really any reason why I don’t want to go besides just being really tired.”

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By | 2017-01-04T10:39:24+00:00 November 16th, 2015|Fall, News|1 Comment

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  1. Kyle Friesen
    Kyle Friesen November 16, 2015 at 3:47 pm - Reply

    Nice article Sam!

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