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Photo Gallery: Boys soccer squares off against BCS

On Tuesday night, the boys held BCS to a 1-1 draw. Photographer Betsy Neal was there to capture the event.
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  • Midfielder Sanjay Dastidar dribbles past BCS defender.

  • Sophomore Sanjay Dastidar releases a pass before BCS player locks down on him.

  • Senior Caleb Bosek wins a header over the BCS defender.

  • Sophomore Gabe Conn makes a run on the wing.

  • Outside-back Gabe Conn awaits the throw-in.

  • Fullback Gabe Conn trots up the pitch.

  • Coach Oisin preps his players for the second half.

  • Senior Danny Dodaj, Sophomores Jackson Pakbaz, Dylan Kinder, and Sanjay Dastidar heeds Coach’s instructions.

  • Senior Caleb Bosek, Junior Austin Varga, and Sophomore Hamish Roberts take a rest after a hard-fought match.

  • Junior Gavin Winterhalter makes a nice move on the BCS defender.

  • Defender George Frano escapes a BCS tackle.

  • Senior Danny Dodaj plays a beautiful ball up the pitch.

  • Sophomore Gabe Conn shows hustle for the ball.

  • Freshman Brady Jaynes directs his teammates on the field.

  • Falcons Captain Caleb Bosek scouts for options with the ball.

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Bode LaBelle, Staff Writer, Sport Updater
Bode LaBelle is a Junior and this is his first year writing for the Gauntlet. His alternate role is as the sports writer who edits the scores of the Falcons’ sports games on  the Gauntlet. His favorite music artist is Kanye West, his favorite tv show is Breaking Bad and his favorite movie is Inglourious Basterds.

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