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Josh Chichester Nominated For All-American Bowl

Chichester is one of five local high school players nominated to play in the annual Army All-American Bowl on January 7, 2006 in San Antonio. The game, according to many, is the premiere event in high school sports. Last year's game was televised on NBC and drew a crowd of nearly 26,000 people. These Greater-Cincinnati players are among 400 players that have been nominated nationally. This list will be narrowed down to 78 by December of 2005.

The Local Nominated Players:
Lakota West, WR, Josh Chichester (Ohio State University)
Colerain, LB, Cobrani Mixon (University of Michigan)
Colerain, OL, Connor Smith (Ohio State University)
Withrow, DE, Kallen Wade (Notre Dame University)
Princeton, OL, Aaron Brown (Undecided)

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Athlete of the Week
J.C. Casper, Senior
J.C. led the Firebirds in scoring with 9 points as West posted a decisive 52-7 win over Milford on Friday. Casper made 6 of 6 extra point kicks and made his only field goal attempt. The field goal, from 42 yards out, was the longest in West history topping the old record of 41 yards set by Casper last year.
Natalie Flotner, Freshman
Natalie was selected to the All GMC team following her third place finish at third singles in the Greater Miami Conference tournament held this week at Princeton. Flotner was the only Firebird to qualify for all GMC tennis honors.
Player Profile
Alex Kaufman, Junior

Claim to Fame:
I'm the oldest of 5 boys in my family

Who would play you in a movie:
Vince Vaughn

Favorite Pre Game Meal:

Future Plans:
Majoy in engineering, play college football

Favorite Song:
Everyday - Dave Matthews Band

Who are your role models:
My Dad, Lance Armstrong

Pre Game Rituals:
After team meal, I go sit in my locker at the Field house, close my eyes, and play the whole game in my head.