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Obviously Josh at quarterback after having a year starting varsity.
One blue-satin varsity jacket was worn with gray Bermudas and black socks and shoes.
In varsity at-bats over four seasons, Barry hit .332 with 62 RBIs.
The two played varsity football at North Miami Beach Senior High before St. Felix went on the Florida A&M University to play college ball, Jean said.
Junior varsity racer Andrew Finley, who also graduated last Thursday, competed with the Cycle Dawgs for four years and a total of 24 races.
Everyone who comes out is placed on a team, either on frosh/soph, JV or varsity.
Coaches and players at the school outside New Orleans were once again impressed by Anthony Williams, a freshman running back playing with the varsity who was too fast for others players to keep up with, let alone try and tackle.
The Miami Country Day School varsity boys’ lacrosse team had a very young and talented team.
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VARSITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of varsity for English Language Learners
: the main team of a college, school, or club in a particular sport
VARSITY Defined for Kids
Definition of varsity for Students
: the main team that represents a school or club in contests
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