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Kicked to the curb: Fans threaten to boycott 2018 FIFA world cup

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After many years of criticism on Fifa’s corruption and many reports on the destruction of host country’s economy the festivities for the 2018 Fifa World Cup held in Russia will go on. A few countries such as England and Poland have declared they will boycott the tournament this year by pulling out their teams and…

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Long-term goals: Middle school soccer team continues to grow

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For the past few weeks, it’s not unlikely that members Ann Richards Middle School soccer team will be taking hold of the mic during the celebration section all-school morning assembly. Over the course of the season, the announcement of wins, losses, and “shout-outs” to star players has been a weekly tradition for the team. The…

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The family that plays together: Sister soccer legacy takes place at Ann Richards

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Balancing athletics and academics is an obstacle faced by countless high school students, but the Hruby sisters have got it down to an art form. Collectively, Sofia (class of 2015), Lucia (class of 2017), and Olivia (9) have been involved in almost every sport offered at Ann Richards. Olivia and her sisters have been playing…

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Achieving their goals: Ann Richards 2017 soccer team makes history

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For the first time in the history of the Ann Richards School, the high school Varsity soccer team has made it to playoffs. And that is not the only first of the 2017 soccer season: this year saw the first high school JV soccer team, and the first middle school soccer B team.

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The scouting report: Harvard men’s soccer team writes offensively about women’s team

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The rest of the Harvard men’s soccer season is cancelled, while the women’s soccer team claimed the Ivy League Championship. Picture courtesy of Creative Commons. In 2012, a member of the Harvard men’s soccer team created a Google Doc, known among their team as a traditional way of “evaluating” incoming freshman joining the 2012 women’s soccer…

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“Every day we get better”: Soccer season begins with new coach and large team

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Seventh and eighth graders stand across from one another to practice drlls with a player of a different skill level. Photo by Sammie Seamon. Forty-five seventh and eighth graders stayed after school last week to try out for the 25-spot middle school soccer team.The soccer team has an exceptionally large amount of players compared to…

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