The wise Yoda once said, "Size matters not." On May 3, at the second annual FIFA Night hosted by the high school's student government, this adage proved true on the digital soccer field.
More than 20 players representing the sixth through 12th grades gathered to play FIFA, the popular soccer video game, on the Promethean boards in the various classrooms of the Harbor campus. In the final match, played on the big screen in the Student Center, sixth grader Baptiste Anquetil '25 defeated his 11th-grade opponent to claim victory and a sweet prize (candy).
Last year's inaugural winner, Hector Remy '20, is now joined by Baptiste in the hallowed pantheon of FIFA Night champions. We'll see you next year at the third challenge!
—Tom Faure, Dean of Students, High School