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Highland has plans for sequel to 2014 blockbuster Attilio CrimiVaroli, left, and Colin Ivich, right, both seniors at Highland High School, fight for the ball during preseason practice for the school boys soccer team on Thursday.(Photo: Alex H. Wagner/Poughkeepsie Journal) "What movie do you want to see?" she asked, planning a Sunday team excursion to the Overlook drive in theater in Poughkeepsie. "I think 'Vacation' is playing." Sure, the question wasn't about corner kicks, headers or defensive strategy. It was more along the lines of unity, which she feels will benefit her team this season. "It gets all of us to know each other better on a more physical level instead of just on the field knowing, 'Oh, you can kick the ball this way,' " said senior Ryan Brown. "You know how they think and how they feel, really." Team bonding is one of the keys for the Huskies going into this year, having taken their place in school history last season. Highland collected its first Section 9 championship in 17 years, and it was the first title the Huskies captured playing in Class B, making the achievement that much more memorable. Players on Highland High School's boys soccer team play during preseason practice. Wagner/Poughkeepsie Journal" Alex H. Wagner/Poughkeepsie JournalPlayers on Highland High School's boys soccer team play during preseason practice. Wagner/Poughkeepsie Journal" Alex H. Wagner/Poughkeepsie JournalChad Doria, right, a senior at Highland High School, tries taking the ball away from junior Johnny Declair, center, as junior Matt Valentino, left, looks on during boys soccer practice on Thursday. Wagner/Poughkeepsie Journal" Alex H. Wagner/Poughkeepsie Journal.