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Students challenge faculty on new turf

Posted: February 14, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Updated: February 14, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Students, faculty and parents watch a football game between faculty members and eighth-grade students at Legacy Christian Academy in Valencia on Friday. The school also dedicated the new artificial-turf football field. Students, faculty and parents watch a football game between faculty members and eighth-grade students at Legacy Christian Academy in Valencia on Friday. The school also dedicated the new artificial-turf football field.
Students, faculty and parents watch a football game between faculty members and eighth-grade students at Legacy Christian Academy in Valencia on Friday. The school also dedicated the new artificial-turf football field.
Legacy Christian Academy activities director Matt Millett, left, leads first- and second-grade students onto the new football field for the dedication ceremony in Valencia on Friday. Chamber ambassadors, local dignitaries and donors joined the student body and faculty in a celebration of their new turf. The ribbon-cutting ceremony marked a joint effort of several Legacy families who donated $140,000 collectively and gave their time and energy to make the turf dream a reality. Legacy Christian Academy activities director Matt Millett, left, leads first- and second-grade students onto the new football field for the dedication ceremony in Valencia on Friday. Chamber ambassadors, local dignitaries and donors joined the student body and faculty in a celebration of their new turf. The ribbon-cutting ceremony marked a joint effort of several Legacy families who donated $140,000 collectively and gave their time and energy to make the turf dream a reality.
Legacy Christian Academy activities director Matt Millett, left, leads first- and second-grade students onto the new football field for the dedication ceremony in Valencia on Friday. Chamber ambassadors, local dignitaries and donors joined the student body and faculty in a celebration of their new turf. The ribbon-cutting ceremony marked a joint effort of several Legacy families who donated $140,000 collectively and gave their time and energy to make the turf dream a reality.
Eighth-graders Gabe Salcedo, left, and Logan Lovingfoss try to pull the flag off physical-education instructor Jason McClure during the game. The eigth-graders beat the faculty members 34 to 20. Eighth-graders Gabe Salcedo, left, and Logan Lovingfoss try to pull the flag off physical-education instructor Jason McClure during the game. The eigth-graders beat the faculty members 34 to 20.
Eighth-graders Gabe Salcedo, left, and Logan Lovingfoss try to pull the flag off physical-education instructor Jason McClure during the game. The eigth-graders beat the faculty members 34 to 20.
Fifth-grade students cheer on their assistant teacher Steffi Angle during the faculty versus eight-graders inaugural football game, which was played on the new artificial-turf football field at Legacy Christian Academy in Valencia on Friday. Fifth-grade students cheer on their assistant teacher Steffi Angle during the faculty versus eight-graders inaugural football game, which was played on the new artificial-turf football field at Legacy Christian Academy in Valencia on Friday.
Fifth-grade students cheer on their assistant teacher Steffi Angle during the faculty versus eight-graders inaugural football game, which was played on the new artificial-turf football field at Legacy Christian Academy in Valencia on Friday.
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