Northwest's Khalil Owens runs over a Quince Orchard defender en route to a first down. (Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
2 Alphonso Foray WR/LB Jr. 6' 0" 185
4 Khalil Owens WR/CB Sr. 5' 9" 185
54 Cole Cheripko OL/DL Sr. 6' 3" 255
14 Tyrese Johnson WR/CB Jr. 5' 10" 145
12 Chris Craddock QB Jr. 6' 2" 200
88 Deion Mason TE/DE Sr. 6' 0" 224
55 David Riggio OL/DL Sr. 6' 3" 285
10 Aaron Tucker S/CB Sr. 5' 11" 160
11 Austin Riel QB/WR Sr. 6' 2" 175
1 DeJuan Cooper WR/CB Sr. 6' 0" 180
8 Juwon Farri RB Jr.
21 Jaylen Lawrence RB Jr.
13 Luke Patterson WR Jr.
3 Chris Golden WR/OLB/LB Sr.
5 Greg Bullard Jr OLB Jr.
6 DeAndre Jules TE/DE So.
7 Wesley McCormick S/CB Sr.
9 AJ Woods WR/RB So.
17 Jack Anders QB So.
16 Ayite Assingbon QB Sr.
20 Donnell Bannister WR So.
18 Norval Black WR Jr.
19 Josh Thomas WR Sr.
15 Christian Thomas LB Sr. 5' 11" 185
22 Rob McNamee RB Jr.
25 Tray Dawkins CB Jr. 5' 10" 155
52 Sam Pagella LB Sr. 5' 10" 195
26 Ryan Young QB Jr. 5' 7" 140
27 Khayri Davis RB Sr. 5' 7" 170
28 Matt Berman WR/S Jr. 5' 9" 160
29 Tito Frazier S/WB Jr. 5' 8" 140
32 Kenyari Harris DL Sr. 5' 8" 187
33 Carlos Davis S Sr. 6' 1" 162
40 Roderick James FB So. 5' 8" 165
42 Max Pagella WR/K So. 5' 11" 155
50 Niko Berns C Jr. 5' 8" 205
53 Geovanni Hernandez DE/G Jr. 5' 10" 185
56 Justin Orem LB/FB Jr. 5' 10" 205
44 Justin Orem LB Jr. 5' 10" 205
57 Will Smith G/DL Jr. 5' 11" 255
58 Josh Joyce OL Jr. 5' 8" 175
59 Bruce Nelson OL Jr. 5' 11" 235
66 Tre'von Beckwith OL Sr. 6' 1" 205
70 Rha Overstreet OL/DL So. 6' 0" 195
72 Jalen Webster OL Jr. 5' 10" 225
77 Andrew Irvin OT Jr. 6' 5" 275
79 Elon Clarke OL Jr. 5' 8" 236
86 Omar White WR Jr. 5' 9" 145
99 Nicholas Nicholas K/K Sr. 6' 3" 185
81 Zac Harris LB/LB Jr. 6' 0" 165
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