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Local North all-stars not satisfied with tie in Wedemeyer game


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Los Altos High’s Tonga Keti, right, battles a blocker in Saturday’s game.

Don’t tell these guys that the result of the 43rd annual Charlie Wedemeyer All-Star Football Game didn’t matter. Exhibition game or not, local players on the North weren’t satisfied with having to settle for a 13-all tie against the South.

“I really wanted OT,” St. Francis High linebacker Dominic Graziani said.

Football players from LA, MV & SF to play in Saturday's Wedemeyer game


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Mountain View High’s Race Modderman is among eight local players on the North.

On the first day of practice for the 43rd annual Charlie Wedemeyer High School All-Star Football Game, the coaches for the North offered their players two ways to approach Saturday’s contest. They could treat it like an exhibition game or more like one that counts.

“They’re leaving it up to the kids, which is great,” said Mountain View High linebacker Race Modderman, one of eight local players on the squad. “We can go out and have fun or try to stick it to the South and beat them.”

Jarmon hooked by Horns, headed to UT for football


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Senior Kai Jarmon scores a touchdown for the Los Altos High football team last fall.

Texas is in Kai Jarmon’s blood – well, more like his bloodline. His dad, two cousins and aunt attended the University of Texas, and his grandparents met there as students.

Those family ties to Texas include a shared love for the Longhorns football team.

SF's Habibi-Likio commits to Ducks


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St. Francis High’s Cyrus Habibi-Likio signed with the University of Oregon last week.

Courted by more than 20 colleges, St. Francis High football standout Cyrus Habibi-Likio last week made his choice. He’s going to be a Duck.

Habibi-Likio signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of Oregon Feb. 1.


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