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Students Rally for Fall Sports

Today, we celebrated a strong Fall athletics season at the first all-school pep rally of the year. Middle School Cheer started off the celebration with a rousing performance, before students created a traditional tunnel to recognize Fall sports athletes. Go Panthers! 
Students across divisions worked hard and played hard this season. Middle School Swim shined at the League Championship Swim Finals from the first event. As a 27-person team, they swam with confidence and effort and earned their 10th PBL League Championship. For the first time, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade volleyball teams advanced to the PBL Championship Final on Thursday, November 2. Archer’s 6th and 7th grade teams battled into the 3rd set and fell short by 2/3 points. 8th grade put forth their best effort, and regardless of the result, the team celebrated their undefeated league season and team effort. MS Cross Country finished 3rd overall in the PBL Final meet and eight runners achieved personal records. 
Upper School Cross Country ran their best race of the season in the Liberty League Finals and won the Championship by one point, the first league championship for the program. The team will race in CIF Prelims on Saturday, November 11, at Mt. Sac. JV Tennis closed out their season with a 9-1 record and Varsity Tennis earned their 6th Liberty League Championship. In addition, two doubles pairs qualified for CIF Individuals. In the CIF team, Archer Tennis defeated Simi Valley in the first round of playoffs and advanced to the second round vs Crossroads on Friday, November 3. JV Volleyball’s season concluded, while Varsity Volleyball, 3rd in league, advanced to the first round of CIF playoffs in a higher division (D4).
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