Falmouth High's Aidan LeBlanc

The key to growing as a football program is developing talented players each year. With a solid group of seniors about to play their last game on Thanksgiving, the page will turn to the players of the future and one that has Head Coach Derek Almeida excited is sophomore linebacker Aidan LeBlanc. Moving up to the varsity for a full-time role midway through the year, LeBlanc has become a big part of the team’s defense. Against Plymouth North last Friday night he was one of the leading tacklers for the Clippers, had several tackles for losses, including a highlight reel wallop in the fourth quarter. “He gets better every week and learns from his mistakes,” Almeida said. “He’s a hard worker and tough competitor.”

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