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The Goshen High School freshman football team recently completed an undefeated season. Members of the team, in front from left, are Brenn McKee, Lorenzo Camacho, Jessie Rhodes, Camron Kline, Dave Marshall, Brady Bechtel, Joey Bernabe, Cole Goodman, Glenn Leemon, Brady Hoke and Corbin Harrison. In the second row are Trace Lambert, Hunter Pearson, Ryan Bunger, Christian Gonzales, Dalton Damron, Brandon Scott, Christian Horton, Chris Ubaldo, Josh Louks, Josh Mast and Kaleb Robertson. In the third row are Mario Aguero, Edgar Arroyo, Jose Garcia, Jacob Silcox, Aaron Conrad, Eric Smith, Sam Moncivaiz, Miguel Navarro, Jason Fry, Matt Truex and Rodney Spencer. In the fourth row are John Crow Bailey Eden Gage Riegsecker Jozef Blanco Logan Holdeman Matt Martin John Wilson Jordan Holley Jacob Disher and Kyle Lutes. In back are assistant coach Jim Pickard, assistant coach Craig Frazier, head coach Mike Biller and assistant coach Brock Maust. Not present were players Wilson Newell and Derek Paz.

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