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St. John Warriors (Bulls) place 2nd in championship

LAPLACE — The St. John Warriors (Bulls) 7 & 8 year old recreation team placed second in the season-ending championship game.

Players are, front row from left, Jonathan Dennis, CaLeab Williams, Jadon Marshall, Thalen Gross, Davonte Stockman, Erin Gray, Kie’Rhon Adams, Jason Ray Jr., Ean Bailey, Cori Norah, Rae’Gan Jackson. Isaiah Copelin is not pictured.

Pictured in the back row from left are assistant coach Davaron Stockman, assistant coach Elgin Bailey, assistant coach Thomas Gross and head coach Bobby Davis Jr.

The success of the season was a team effort from coaches, parents, team moms, officials and the St. John the Baptist Parish Recreation Department.

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