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FHS Air Force Junior ROTC teams place second

FHS Air Force Junior  ROTC teams place second
Floresville High School Air Force Junior ROTC cadets gather for a picture during the Spring Land Navigation and Orienteering meet in Camp Bullis.

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The Floresville High School Air Force Junior ROTC Jaguars and Tigers placed second in the advanced category during the annual Spring Land Navigation and Orienteering meet on March 22 in Camp Bullis.

More than 100 teams, including 600 cadets from more than 50 schools, participated. The FHS cadets won the unit’s first-ever second-place trophy plaques in one of the nation’s most competitive Orienteering meets.

Commander of the Jaguar ROTC team was cadet Angel Roberson, and included team members Mariallena Estrada and sisters Rebekah Dickerson and Sarah Dickerson. Commander of the Tiger ROTC team was Cadet Jeremy Gaudlitz, and included his brother, Aaron Gaudlitz, and team members Steven O’Brien and Nathan Pianfetti. Congratulations!

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