Shout-out: Scotts Valley community shows hospitality to visiting football team
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EDITOR,

Last weekend my wife and I had the pleasure of visiting Scotts Valley and watching our Spanish Springs Cougars Varsity football team play against your hometown Falcons. 

It was a great idea our Head Coach Scott Hare had to have our team play out of town on our bye week in such a beautiful place. 

I just had to let your community know how impressed we all were with your hospitality.  Everybody was so nice! 

The boys were greeted by the Falcon's football team, cheer squad and even the Mayor! 

The Booster Club fed the team and then they spent Friday night enjoying the Santa Cruz Boardwalk. 

In the morning after breakfast, they had a pre-game walk-through on the beach while dolphins frolicked in the water nearby. 

Thank you Coach Hare and thank you Scotts Valley for making such a great memory for our kids.

Blair Hill, Spanish Springs, Nev.  

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Brenda Sorensen
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September 27, 2013
Hi Blair,

As a Falcon Football Mom, and Booster Member, it was such an honor to have Spanish Springs High School come to our little corner of the world. I am so glad the experience was such a positive one. I do have to say, your football players, coaches and fans were just as warm and gracious as ours. I think EVERY single player from SSHS thanked us at least a dozen times and to see the two teams sitting together at the Friday night dinner was so heartwarming. It makes you feel good as a parent, and a member of this community. We do have a truly beautiful place to live and the people are amazing. Once again thank you for joining us and for your kind words.

Brenda Sorensen, Falcon Football Mom!


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