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Boys and Girls Tennis Roll on Boone; Girls Improve to 7-0 on the season

Both teams visited Boone yesterday afternoon. The boys moved to 6-1 on the season after a 5-2 win. The girls remained undefeated – at 7-0 – after seven matches with a 6-1 victory.  First line singles Julio Infante lead 4-3, and then won four of the next five games for a 8-4 win.  Ramses Reyes,

Softball Powers Past Oak Ridge and Colonial for Back-to-Back Wins

After a slow start to the season, Freedom Softball bounced back in a big way on Tuesday and Wednesday with back to back wins over Metro conference rivals Oak Ridge and Colonial. The Patriots’ bats came alive against Oak Ridge on Tuesday, picking a decisive 19-3 win over the Pioneers. Then Freedom looked strong early

Baseball Rallies in the 6th, Wins 4-3 Over Ocoee

Freedom Baseball scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 6th to help rally back, and knock off the Ocoee Knights. The Patriots got a solid start from Pitcher Tyler Cassidy who went the distance, pitching a complete game, and turned in a great day at the plate with 2 sacrifice fly RBIs. Freshman Shortstop

Tennis Teams Pick Up Wins Against University; Girls Team Remains Undefeated

The girls remained undefeated on the year moving to 6-0 with a 6-1 victory over the Cougars. The boys improved their record to 5-1 with a decisive 7-0 win. The Lady Patriots lead by seniors Maryana Almenar, Martthina Gomez, and Paola Malpica won the first six matches of the day.  Maryana and Martthina won their singles’ matches

Freedom Track and Field Results from Lake Toho Invitational

Freedom Track and Field results at 1st annual Lake Tohopekaliga invitational: 4×800 Boys 2nd place 4×400 Boys 4th place 4×100 girls 6th place 4×400 girls 5th place Steven Ramos 3200 meters 8th place Damon Richards Javelin 6th place, Discus 7th place Wesley Blanc 800m 8th 4th place Freddy Pardo 800m 5th place Christ Santiago 300 hurdles

Boys Wrestling Claims 3A-3 Regional Championship, Sets Eyes On States

Congratulations to the Freedom Boys Wrestling team who took home the FHSAA 3A Region 3 Championship home after a great weekend of wrestling. The celebration will be short though as Freedom will be back in the Gym preparing for the State Championship – where 10 Freedom Wrestlers have qualified for their shot at the State

Tennis Rolls to Win in Home Opener vs Timber Creek – 7-0, 6-1

Freedom Tennis is off to a solid start this season, and that continued on Thursday as they defeated Timber Creek in their first Home match at Osprey Park. Boys were victorious 7-0, while the Girls won 6-1. The boy’s team yielded only 9 games to their opponents in the five singles’ matches. The second line

Boys Lacrosse Picks Up 11-1 Win Over Jones

Freedom Lacrosse picked up their first win of the young season with an 11-1 final over Jones. The team stuck to the game plan of controlling time of possession, and the Defense looked strong limiting the Tigers to just 7 shots on goal. Freedom improves to 1-2 on the season, and will host District rival

WEATHER CANCELLATIONS (2/26/20): Softball and Tennis PPD

Due to inclement weather in the forecast this evening, one or more of our schedule Athletic Events have been postponed: Boys and Girls Tennis vs Winter Park (PPD) Softball @ Tohopekaliga (PPD) No reschedule information has been decided, but check www.FreedomHighAthletics.com regularly for updates.

Tennis Earns 7-0 Win Over Colonial

The Varsity Boys and Girls Tennis teams each earned 7-0 wins over Metro Conference rival Colonial High School on Tuesday Afternoon. Samantha Sorvino, Ana Hiblian, Arianna Puche, and Isabella Ortiz all got their first varsity win of their career. While Boys Tennis student-athletes Shrihan VanKadari and Keven Arriago earned the first wins of their career