The Franklin County boys varsity soccer team won its first game Nov. 1o against Freeport 4-2.

Goals were scored by eighth grader Abner Ramirez, junior Jack Harris, junior Timothy Shuler, and sophomore Jorge "George" Lopez.

Goalies junior Kyle Dasher, senior Hunter Butler, and sophomore Tonner Segree all had multiple saves that helped to secure the victory.

“The entire team played a hard fought game to earn our first win,” said coach Carlos Canas, who work closely with assistant Zach Howze-Jones.

The team has sustained two losses to Port St. Joe, 5-1 and 3-1, and a 5-1 loss to John Paul II.

Team members also include captains seniors Max Davis, and Thomas Subbarao, and junior Jack Harris. Others include seniors Hunter Butler, Marty Sawesky, and Noah Strickland; juniors Christian Amison, Kyle Dasher, Simon Hodgson, Yanni Pateritsas, Micah Patriotis, Lucas Sasnett, and Timothy Shuler; sophomores Fisher Edwards, Colton Evans, Jaiden Hill, Jorge Lopez, Ethan Riley, Tonner Segree, Brandon Taranto, and Edward Wilton; freshmen Isaiah Barber, Levi Bilbo, Schuyler Donahoe and Jayden Justice; and eighth graders Skye Huber, Francisco Juan, Abner Ramirez

“This year’s Seahawk soccer team is looking to make big strides for being a competitive and successful force in its division this year,” said Canas. “Coach Zachary Howze-Jones and I are excited about the quality of character and talent of the players that have come out for this year’s team. Currently, we have an excellent number of student athletes who are dedicated, team-oriented and hard working. We look forward to the school and community’s support for our dynamic and electrifying 2016-17 Seahawk soccer team.