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Fraser Ramber Varsity Football 23′ Season


There is no I in TEAM.


Number 63, Mario Pomorski

Number 4, Aiden Heikkila

Number 74, Bryce Warner


A light sprinkle covers the field, big lights shining down on every yard line. 9 minutes into the last quarter Fraser varsity football is fighting for their dignity out on the field tonight.


For some of these boys and girls this will be their last season of football ever, and we can feel they want to make it a memorable one. Varsity football has been preparing for this season since last December with their off-season workouts.


Seniors go through a lot in one year, with college applications, school, friends, and work it can be hard to balance all the bittersweet endings and the vast new beginnings. Most all seniors in high school are involved with at least one extracurricular as well.


With all of this on their plate they still manage to make time for fun.


For these senior varsity football boys this season of football may be their first goodbye of the year. Seniors Aiden Heikkila, Bryce Warner, and Mario Pomorski were interviewed on their thoughts about this season and how they feel about what comes next.


When asked what scares you the most about leaving FHS football, Heikkila responds “Leaving the team I love, I’ve played with these boys since 7th grade. Going on to play with a new team is scary yet exciting.” Heikkila adds on that he is excited for the future yet unsure where he wants to commit to yet. For most seniors this is a very true statement.


“We are told all our lives that we can do whatever we want to but no one tells you how hard you have to work for it.” says Warner. Working hard is one of the things our varsity football team knows how to do very well.


Bryce Warner knew what he’s wanted to do and has been working on going to college for football since the beginning middle school.


With most of these boys playing together since 7th grade, it makes for a strong bond and a good dynamic of a team. Yet it makes for an even harder goodbye for every person included.


Most parents get pretty emotional on parent night, and the last game night too.


“My goals for the rest of the season are to play hard and do the best I can” says Pomorski. He also feels that the stable is a big part of the games, “I think the stable fits our team perfectly because we are a horse team and school, and a stable goes hand in hand with it.”


The football stable is always packed for the varsity games, it is one of the biggest school spirit events and some of the most fun memories.


with 3 wins and 4 losses the football team will work even harder for their last two games and try to make this season a memorable one for all people involved. The varsity players, the cheerleaders, the stable, the JV and Freshman players who look up to the boys.These boys have a lot of responsibility, and it is up to them to be good role models and mentors for all the boys and girls who look up to them.



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