Football: St. Francis has athletes to watch

Eric Sondheimer
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La Canada St. Francis, coming off an 11-1 season, still has plenty of athletes to watch for the 2015 season. The Golden Knights are set to play in Wednesday night's seven on seven passing competition at Alemany at begins at 5 p.m.

Junior quarterback Miles Bryant is ready to take over for Jeremiah Martin.

"He's a bright kid with a strong arm," St. Francis Coach Jim Bonds said.

While standout receiver Jasher Foster won't be playing Wednesday (he'll be competing on Friday in the hurdles at the Masters Meet), he's one of several multiple sport athletes who should help out St. Francis.

Running back Areg Nazarian is back, along with several offensive linemen. And beware of 6-foot-2, 230-pound sophomore defensive lineman Gabriel Grbavac, who will be the third brother to play for St. Francis.

"He's a man child," Bonds said.

Canyon Country Canyon is also playing at Alemany on Wednesday.

 

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