South Lakes running back Spencer Alston sprints past a trio of Madison defenders on his way into the end zone during the Seahawks' Oct. 14, 2016 victory against the Warhawks. (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
3 Devin Miles QB Jr. 5' 9" 170
15 Rodney Marbury CB/RB Sr. 5' 7" 155
21 Spencer Alston RB/S Jr. 5' 9" 185
22 Collin Funaki WR Sr. 5' 10" 170
51 Chris Logan LB Jr. 6' 0" 200
44 Tyron Jones CB/RB Sr. 5' 8" 165
52 Jeremy Semelfort OT/DL So. 5' 10" 195
56 Justin May LB/C Sr. 6' 0" 195
79 David Kroll OL Sr. 6' 6" 315
59 Charles Velarde OL/LB Sr. 5' 9" 200
86 Kazim Khan WR Jr. 5' 9" 155
33 Sky Lubreski LB/WR Sr. 6' 0" 185
25 Andrew Funaki WR/S Sr. 5' 11" 175
7 Terry Jackson WR Sr. 5' 8" 160
11 Noah Seneca WR Jr. 5' 11" 180
1 Dave Hagengimana WR Jr. 6' 0" 160
4 Chris Ezidinima WR Jr. 5' 9" 160
24 Albert Mensah RB Jr. 5' 9" 200
2 Kojo Kumi RB/S Jr. 5' 10" 175
53 Anthony Roesch OL Sr. 6' 0" 205
62 Eric Walter OL Jr. 6' 2" 235
63 Jacob McCarty OL/DL Jr. 5' 8" 240
31 Kahlil Dover K Jr. 6' 1" 169
72 Jonathan Prisciandaro OL Jr. 5' 10" 190
55 Ashkon Shaheedian DL Jr. 5' 10" 180
75 Spencer Coppage OL Jr. 6' 0" 200
71 Kevin Colston OL Jr. 5' 11" 230
80 Dagbe Bayoumi WR Jr. 5' 10" 165
77 Tim Brown DL So. 5' 10" 190
99 Evan Matthes DL Jr. 6' 0" 185
5 Eddie Mohler WR/WB Jr. 5' 8" 165
89 John Rognlie WR/TE So. 5' 10" 165
23 Trey Venable TE/LB So. 5' 10" 175
10 Carlos Rodriguez CB/WR Sr. 5' 7" 150
12 Nabeel Syed WR/CB Jr. 5' 8" 160
17 Isaiah Williams-Bafoe WR/S So. 5' 10" 150
9 Will Shapiro QB So. 5' 9" 160
20 Xavier May RB So. 5' 9" 150
34 Daniel Ezidinima RB/CB/S So. 5' 9" 150
82 Sage Beuchert Irvine TE So. 5' 10" 160
28 Diego White CB So. 5' 7" 165
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