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| Thursday, August 30, 2007 12:00 a.m

Calvin Craig, Leechburg

Sr., OG/LB

5-10, 200

Dream teammate: Shane Brooks (former Duquense running back). He is a power back and has a great work ethic.

With whom would you like to be stranded on a desert island? Coach (Mark) Adams, because he is a leader. He is a great motivator, and he’s always in high spirits. But he’d probably make me run from one side of the island to the other.

Favorite iPod tune: I don’t listen to music.

Jeff Sinclair, Highlands

Jr., QB/FS

6-3, 175

Dream teammate: My dad (Jeff). He played quarterback here in the early 1970s. Why• Because he’s my dad.

With whom would you like to be stranded on a desert island? Coach ‘A’ (Sam Albert). The guy is like a father to me.

What is your favorite iPod tune? “Superman” by Soulja Boy.

Bret Gunn, Kiski Area

Jr., RB/DB

5-11, 155

Dream teammate: James O’Quinn (Kiski Area wide receiver). I sort of look up to him. He is a team leader. He tells me what to do when I do something wrong.

With whom would you like to be stranded on a desert island• Tyler Emmerson (Kiski Area running back). He knows everything. He would offer me advice. He’s very smart.

Favorite iPod tune? “Sky’s The Limit” by Lil’ Wayne.

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