JFK Varsity Football Lands 2 on Passaic County First Team


PATERSON, NJ - The John F. Kennedy varsity football team had two players who have been honored as first-team All-Passaic County by the Passaic County Coaches' Organization.

The all-county team, released this week, includes senior defensive back Tyquese Jackson and senior running back Shaon Stevenson of JFK.

Three players from Eastside High and two from JFK were named to the All-Passaic second team. Senior defensive end Akinde McQueen, senior wideout Prince Block and senior back Terrance Tate of Eastside are on the second team. From JFK, senior defensive lineman Quashon Johnson and senior offensive lineman David Stewart were named to the second team.


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