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Adair County indians: Mark Twain Youth Champs

2013-10-30 - Photo by LeTisha Paris.
Mark Twain Shrine Club
2nd annual football jamboree 2013 Adair County Youth Senior League Champions 13-7. Coaches are David Holmes and Bryan Feese. The players and numbers are as follows: Jakobe Payne (1), Chase Holmes (2), Brady Cundiff (4), Cameron Harmon (5), Isaiah Cartr (6), Aaron Peck (7), Kai Burton (8), Sam Gutelius (9), D.J. Brown (13) Logan Thomas (14), John Stovall (24), Gary Crawford (28), Brice Hughes (29), Mason oomer (30, Elliott Biggs (32), Ethan (33), Bailey Richards (34), Chance Taylor (35), Clayton Janes (40), Levi Money (41), Walker Karnes (42), Elijah (46), Colton Feese (50), Ty Jones (51), Jake Smith (60), Austin Lowhorn (64), Joseph Sneed (70), Isaiah Laguero (73), Jacob Morrison (75), Derrick Hollar (79), Colyn Curry (92), and Brayden Burton (99). - LeTisha Paris

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