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  • Metro Youth SportS

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    2014

  • 2B Oct. 2228, 2014 METRO FOOTBALL SPECIAL SECTION FROST Illustrated

    Highlighting the Bengals

    Coach Charles Jacksons Corner

    * How long have you been coaching for Metro?

    10 years and I enjoy it. Coaching is something that Ive always done every since I grew up in Mississippi coaching softball.

    * What is the most fulfi lling thing about coaching the Bengals?

    I enjoy watching the kids progress and watching them succeed while making sure that they have good grades in school. And, with me as their coach, they have another male fi gure to talk to, to ask ques-tions and someone they can depend on. I also enjoy watching kids play on Friday nights in High Schools and moving on to college.

    * What are your prospects for the season?

    To make it to the Super Bowl! My varsity team is most likely to succeed but my junior varsity and pee-wee teams are much younger, so were going to work with them and be patient since were in a transition mode.

    * What do you think are your biggest strengths this season?

    My defense and the speed of all my teams.

    * Are there any positions youd like to highlight?

    My running backs on varsity are twins and theyve been with us for six years and they have experience and theyre good. Also, the quarterback on my pee-wee team is back from last season and hes a nice runner. Hes been scoring touch-downs for us this season.

    * What do you think it will take for your team to win the Super Bowl?

    Our offense must get better, then we can win.

    * Are there any encouraging words youd like to say to your team or other children who might be interested in playing for Metro?

    Metro is one of the best organizations that Ive been a part of and Ive been all over in a lot of states and this ones the best. Join early, its a great step forward in being part of an organization. Learning how to be a part of an organization and how to be a team player is a good step in life.

    B e n g A L S

    Head CoachCharles Jackson

    VArsityGaQuan Davis 6

    Jade Moore 81

    Dillon Jackson 2

    Maxwell Burney 65

    Devin Hubbard 80

    Jermaine Edmondson 63

    Jaylyn Starks 60

    Curtis McBride 5

    Brion Moore 9

    Tidairus Brown 4

    LaMarrion Hutchins 3

    JaMarrion Hutchins 1

    Donte Russell 68

    Gianni Legrane 84

    Kyler Davis 7

    Jr. VArsityZachary Reece 81

    Ricky Parker 22

    Greg Thompson 8

    DeMarieia Stephens 10

    Darryl Williams 63

    Tarome Taylor 68

    Andres Solaris Chajon 60

    Zavier Jones 9

    Wisdom Fincher 70

    Omarion Washington 1

    Jaidyn Harmon 3

    Isaac Manning IV 2

    Marquez Rathgeb 7

    Omarion Rogers 80

    Elijah Madison 24

    Antonio Moore 5

    Dantonio Wilson 65

    Deleon Anderson 26

    Deleton Wilson 26

    Yet Hut Oo 4

    Damarrel Stephens 84

    PeeweeKayleigha Craig 22

    Dominick Hubbard 24

    Randy Octave 60

    David Ross 68

    Felipe Tascon 26

    Juron Stapleton 1

    Treyon Weakey 7

    Dayon Eldridge 84

    Nasir Thomas 6

    Daivion Brahxton 5

    DeShawn Moore 8

    Kamariyon Robinson 80

    Ralphael Luna 81

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  • Oct. 2228, 2014 3BMETRO FOOTBALL SPECIAL SECTIONFROST Illustrated

    Highlighting the Cardinals

    Coach Alex Brookshires Corner

    * How long have you been coaching for Metro?

    Ive been coaching for Metro for five years now and I become a coach because I wanted to give back since I use to play with Metro Football growing up. Its very rewarding for me everyday when I see them getting better and learning, its a good feeling.

    * What is the most fulfilling thing about coaching your Metro team?

    The see the respect and the disciple thats being installed within them by how they treat one another, the coaches and

    adults. And, to see the smile on the kids faces because that makes me feel good knowing that theyre enjoying themselves.

    * What are your prospects for the season?

    We should have a good record of wins and were most definitely going to get to the playoffs for the chance at the Super Bowl.

    * What do you think are your biggest strengths this season?

    Being discipline and were teaching them this. Were not really dominate this year but were good.

    * Are there any positions youd like to highlight?

    Yes, on offense, No. 19 and No. 22; defense, No. 22, No. 52 and 60 because theyre great and get to the ball really well and theyre all very coachable kids.

    * What do you think it will take for your team to win the Super Bowl?

    Confidence! Weve got to get them over the hump of dropping their heads and going down because somebody scored a touchdown and so Im building up that confidence.

    * Are there any encouraging words youd like to say to your team or other children who might be interested in playing for Metro?

    No matter what you hear, Metro is a great organization and playing Metro Football is going to get you ready for middle school, high school and to the next level, as for as discipline and the under-standing of the game. And, you need to work hard at whatever you do. Whether its football, baseball or whatever it is and you must stay focused and work hard.

    C A r d i n A L SHead Coach Alex BrookshireVArsityLinzell Parham 27Nijae Fields-Lewis 22Asa Nevels 13DaMarion Harris 16Sae`Vion Moore 21Anthony Newsome 14Zioh Davis 60Elijah Conley 30Jyiheem Morris 41Jalan Carpenter 19Cameron Conley 35Jonney Sewell 52DeMarcus Harris 49Jamonte Fincher 39Lah-Shon Miller 24Jay Derrick 54JaQuan Morris 59Jasean Lambert 37Elmarian Graham 44T. J. Carter 29

    Jr. VArsityLyric Vaught 1Justin Alexander 2Jaylen Williams 3Bravon Bassett 4Quantri Sanders 5Zayvion Williams 6Michael Conley 9Davinnion Berry 10Taeyon Harper 22Darius Boone 23Caden Turner 34Tyshon Hill 36Daveil Lasenby 40Terrance Sanders 55Jaylen Parker 65Brandon Stuckey 67Dominque Johnson 69Marquis Williams 80Kobe Hick 86Israel Lepez 90Omari McMillen 95Donovan Ramas-Ridley 96Stephenol Santos II 98

    PeweeAjani Washington 44Lamond Goodyear 11Jai Vaught 3Donovan Gonzales 5J. T. Jackson 90Landon Hicks 50Christian Riley 24Ashton Newsome 1Omar Williams 99Quintrell Simmons 6Elijah Boone 73Jayden Sloniker 7Joshua Whitt 52Nas Collins 14Dimerti McMillan 9Tristen Newsome 2Jayvion McBride 20Quavion Masterson 91

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  • 4B Oct. 2228, 2014 METRO FOOTBALL SPECIAL SECTION FROST Illustrated

    C h A r g e r S

    Hightlighting the Chargers/Aggies Coach Wade Raines Sr.s

    Corner* How long have you been coaching for

    Metro Youth Sports?For five years and two of those years as a

    head coach. I grew up in Metro. My mother and father were volunteers for 30 years. My father, Walter Raines, was a coach and my mother No-vella was a board member and a volunteer who took care of our necessities. I also had an aunt that was involved in Metro. As a child in Metro Youth Sports, I played football and basketball from the age of nine to 12.

    * What is the most fulfilling thing about coaching your team?

    That we are role models, father figures, in partnership with their families and we share in-formation with these young men so they can do good work at home, at school and on the field. I enjoy watching them get better and better while improving everyday.

    * What are your prospects for the season?That theyll be outstanding young men and

    I hope that the Charger family will be there to support them in the Super Bowl, like they do every year. We have 10 coaches now who are assisting and providing the leadership to the teams and we want them to have fun,enjoy the game and learn.

    * What do you think are your biggest strengths this season?

    Constructing and demonstrating football techniques for my teams, while working with their teachers and making sure theyre help-ing to build character--as well as making sure theyre achieving and excelling in school and on the field.

    * Are there any positions youd like to highlight?

    Im satisfied now that Im a head coach at Metro because Im following in the footsteps of my father and Id also like to highlight my mom because she used to bring me to practice and to the games.

    * What do you think it will take for your team to win the Super Bowl?

    Practice and to understand that we as coaches communicate with them on working hard and following directions when they are given plays.

    * Are there any encouraging words youd like to say to your team or other children who might be interes