The East Hoke Middle School boys’ soccer team is heading to the Southeastern Conference Middle School Championship following their victory over Hamlet on Monday. The final score was 6-0. East Hoke remains undefeated this season, and the Eagles’ goalie, Marcus Monsanto, has yet to allow a goal all season. Top Left: Giovanni Patterson takes a shot from inside the penalty box that just sails over the crossbar. Bottom Left: Duglas Cruz Mejia enjoys a breakaway late in the game moments before scoring a goal. Right: East Hoke boys coach Jasmyn Riggins rallies the team at halftime.
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