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Katara Strikes, Avellan Pins

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EHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
Pooja Katara ’24 (left( standing with her awards from the GMC tournament and Fernando Avellan ’26 (right) stands with his award of “Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament.”

Katara Strikes

Our first athlete of the week, Pooja Katara ‘24, is from the girls bowling team. Katara is a leader for her pair of lanes and helps lead the new athletes on the team. Recently, she placed eleventh out of 102 athletes in the GMC individual tournaments, and qualified twelfth overall. She has a high game of 232, a high series of 569, and, an average of 148. Katara has made progress from the previous season, being up nine pins. Katara continues to lead as an Eagle as her final season comes to an end.

Avellan Pins

Our second athlete of the week is Fernando Avellan ‘26 from the wrestling team. Recently, he was named “Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament.” Along with this huge honor, he won the GMC wrestling tournament for this season. Avellan continues to impress as the season comes to a close and he prepares for his next season.

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ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Photography Editor

Araniee Sothilingam has been contributing as a staff writer and photographer for "The Eagle's Eye" since her sophomore year. When she is not writing, she enjoys reading, listening to music, or taking pictures for different school events. She can also be found after school at Student Council, DECA, Film Club, or with the EHS orchestra.

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