Edison 7th-graders unbeaten conference champs


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Originally Posted Online: Nov. 15, 2012, 11:38 pm
Last Updated: Nov. 15, 2012, 11:41 pm
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The Edison Junior High seventh-grade football team won the Heartland Conference with a 7-0 record. Team members are, front from left, manager Francescia Anguiano, Josh Bebber, Joseph Delong,Jeremy Kaiser, Deion Stewart-Parks, P.T. Boeye, Josh Huisman, Quincy Lovelady, Justin Randle and manager Courtney Bensenberg; second row, manager Elizabeth Israel, Robert Bagley, Frank Warbrough, Deangelo Horne, Demari Craig, Stephon Simelton, Jalen Reed, Roland Wesseh, Kaleb Villareal, Alith Ayuen and manager Kiara Craig; third row, Jonathan Hudspith, Mohamed Juma, Justin Harris, Clayton Thomas, A.J. Williams, Jordan Vesey, Cade Green, Darrius Nelson, Trevor Meguffy and coach Derrick Beckhart; and back row, coach Chris Suhr, coach Greg Beckhart, Javontae Rush, Michail Sudberry, Aquavion Austin, Ryan O'Mary, Marquan Dixon, Vyshar Garrard, Jordan Humphrey, Jack Fulscher, Oliver McDowell, coach Tim Carroll, Michael Holliday and coach Joe Mowen.














 



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