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Earlier this week, the FHNE bird dogs faced off against their age-old rival FHC. Although it was only an exhibition meet, the bird dogs managed to walk away with the win. The victory only adds to FHNE's already successful season, with the bird dogs placing first at every meet thus far with the exception of Rockford High School.

On Friday, September 30th, the annual powderpuff game took place at the end of the school day. The game is supposed to resemble flag football, with the junior and senior girls facing off against each other. Although the game is historically won by the senior class, the junior team was on the hunt to make history. The juniors set the bar high for themselves, and they delivered; for one of the first times in school history, the juniors defeated the seniors in an intense, high-sprited game of flag football.

On Friday, September 30th, amid the numerous homecoming week activities, the varsity football team faced off against Thornapple-Kellogg. Despite a slow start, the Hawks managed to defeat the Trojans 45-23, ending FHE's homecoming week on a high note for students and athletes alike.

Last Friday, September 22nd, the undefeated Hawks squared off against the undefeated cougars of Catholic Central. It was dubbed one of the top games of the week, drawing a large crowd from both the FHE and CC communities. Despite an early scoring run for FHE, the Cougars defeated FHE 49-21.

Each year, all three Forest Hills schools participate in the Belted Galloway regatta to kick off their spring seasons. This infamous event is usually dreaded by Forest Hills Eastern rowers, as it usually serves as a technique to work out kinks before the "real" regattas, so FHE usually doesn't win any events. Despite not winning any races this year, Forest Hills Eastern dominated Forest Hills Northern by beating them in nearly every race of the day, which many saw as a major victory.

On February 15th, the FHNE Varsity Boy's Swim and Dive team faced off against East Grand Rapids High School at the last home match of the normal season. Seniors Joshua Carlson, Kaden Douma, Josh Hay, Jeton Jacot, and Jesse Yang were celebrated during the annual senior night, which takes place at the last home meet. Though the bird-dogs did not leave the pool with a victory against EGR, spirits still ran high as the conference meet was quickly approaching.

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