One Last “We Are LC”

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Riley Arvanitis (12) and his parents walk across the football field together Friday night. After years of long practices, senior night was a night of recognition for all of the students and their families who gave up so much of their time for their sport.

Eve Mendoza and lakecentralnews

Before the Oct. 12 game, LC celebrated football’s senior night with a parade of the seniors on the team, cheerleaders, band members, athletic trainers, and color guard members along with their families.

“It meant a lot. I’ve been looking forward to that game for almost my whole high school career. Just knowing that is was my last regular season game made it all that more important to me. I’ll definitely remember that night for the rest of my life,” Riley Arvanitis (12)said.

Not only was it a big night for the seniors that participated, it was a big night for the coaches as well.

“I probably identify myself more with this group than any other, so it was really nice to watch them go through that process, because I know them and have the most experience with them,” Coach Brett St. Germain said.

Senior year is what all students crave from the very moment they walk in on their first day of their freshman year, and senior night is one most students will never forget.