Torrey Pines High School ‘Kick Off’ football dinner

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The Torrey Pines High School Football program held its first Falcon Football Varsity “Kick Off” dinner at the RSF home of Sophia and Louay Alsadek with the coaches, the athletic trainer, and parents. The event was organized by Melissa Brewster, with help from the football liaison committee. The event was underwritten by a group of parents so that all money will go directly to the football program. Photos: Jon Clark

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