For the Fort Bend Christian Academy Warriors, playing a home playoff game is something they haven't done in over a decade.
On Monday, the Eagles not only hosted a playoff game but also won one, defeating Brentwood Christian 4-0 to advance in the TAPPS Division II Soccer Playoffs.
Senior Ian Aviles scored three of the Eagles' four goals on the afternoon and was named the VYPE Player of the Match.
VYPE Player of the Match: @FBCAathletics senior Ian Aviles with the hat trick ⚽️⚽️⚽️ today for the Eagles 🦅 #vypecampus @FBEagles @KFColonel19 @TAPPSsoccer @LethalSoccer @TAPPSbiz @KPRC2RandyMc pic.twitter.com/sKd5hBvyZa
— vypehouston (@vypehouston) February 22, 2021
VYPE also was able to catch up with FBCA men's soccer coach Jason Westfahl after the match.
It was when he threw his first touchdown pass while playing Little League football, Brady Dever knew he would be a quarterback.
And it's fitting that his main reason for getting started in football was because of a guy known by many as Brady.
"I had always watched and liked football since I was a little kid," Dever said. "I saw all my friends playing so I decided to sign up and play. Tom Brady was one of the main reasons I started watching and playing football in the first place."
Photo by Bradley Collier/VYPE Media