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East Boys Soccer Tops Madison on Senior Night

Yetla Reyna, Cover Editor

Senior Justin Copas is recogonized.

The Columbus East Men’s Soccer team had a ceremony to congratulate it’s seniors for senior night. The boys were given flowers, chairs, cups and bags of candy as gifts from their parents. Watch them walk with their parents as the ceremony unfolds in this photo gallery.

The Olympians topped Madison 5-0 for their seventh straight win. Junior Antony Espinoza opened up the scoring. Seniors Jayvon Thomas, Eli Newell and Justin Copas had a goal each. Sophomore Jorge Nieto capped off the scoring with a goal for himself. East is back in action Saturday as they travel to New Albany for a Hoosier Hills Conference showdown.

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