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Warwick’s Maslanka continues family tradition of wearing prestigious No. 44 jersey

By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider Robert Maslanka grew up idolizing his brother, John, and followed his every move on the Warwick sideline as a waterboy. Robert looked up to his brother, a linebacker, for a lot of reasons: John Maslanka was a leader, played with passion and as a senior wore No. 44, …
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NFA star RB Jadon Munroe taking talents to Milford Academy prep school

By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider Newburgh Free Academy running back Jadon Munroe received interest from, among other schools, Bryant College, Pace and Monmouth University. However, Munroe hopes that a year at prep school will earn him even more attention from colleges. Munroe, who helped the Goldbacks to their fourth straight Section 9 Class …
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On the road again: Hauschild excited to be taking game to Earlham College

By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider It seems fitting that quarterback Collin Hauschild would end up playing at Division III Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana after all of the traveling he has done in the past year. Hauschild’s trek to 19 camps, clinics and showcases during a five-month period last year began in Toledo, …
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After breakout year, M-W’s McCormick headed to Utica College

By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider It took him more than two hours, but Monroe-Woodbury’s Johnny McCormick set a new school-record last summer by completing 525 box jump push-ups. It was one of the highlights during his transformation from a skinny wide receiver into a chiseled weapon. “Body by Johnny” was a hit for …
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Marlboro grad Beck honored to take over successful program he grew up in

By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider Brian Beck’s connection to Marlboro football dates back to when he proudly roamed the sideline as a water boy when he was five-years-old. He went on to star at quarterback for the Iron Dukes and joined Marlboro’s coaching staff fresh out of Marist College in 2006. He’s been …
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