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Team Unity There were five seconds left in the game and it was our ball The score was 7-6 in favor of the hated Clayton Valley varsity football team Down at our own twenty-yard line was the site of the final battle that would decide who won the war The referee blows his whistle and both sides line up head to head Steam coming from the helmets was a sure sign of a long hard battle I clinched my hand around the ball ready to hike it The feeling of nervousness ran through me like wild fire Set Hut 1 yelled Trevor Pierson I snapped the ball simultaneously then proceeded to vigorously try to scoop block the nose tackle It was a pitch right one of the teams most successful plays We executed it as perfect as it could get Mike Humphrey had the ball running up the sideline he dodged a few would-be tacklers as the buzzer rang Seventy yards later it came down to just him and three Clayton Valley defenders On the two-yard line he was taken down The sideline was in tears some of our coaches were furious and the others were just proud of us to make it this far It was a great ride that lasted longer than most expected Four months earlier most of the juniors from the Junior Varsity level moved up to the Varsity level There they joined the seniors to form a so-called team But in fact it was the total opposite The juniors stuck together and so did the seniors For two years running the Amador Valley Varsity Football team has won the Northern California 2A Championships As a junior I had many expectations to fulfill Not being a real team made it harder to follow through on those expectations As the season started we had trouble getting off the ground Team Unity was a major part which we had none
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