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Worthington church league champs

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The 2022 Worthington Church League champions, Sacred Heart Catholic of Brewster/Round Lake Presbyterian are pictured. The team has won the league title four years in a row, finishing with an 18-0 record. Players are (front row, from left) Marcelo Esqueda, Craig Soderholm, Jake Mischke, Lon LD Eichenberger, Angel Esqueda, (back row) Tom Mischke, Curt Stude, Jake Stamer, Ian Stamer and Ben Cunnigham. Missing are Jake Olson, Mic Holinka, Brady Meyer, Spencer Wieneke, Brett Schmidt and Tanner Utesch.
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The 2022 Worthington Church League champions, Sacred Heart Catholic of Brewster/Round Lake Presbyterian are pictured in the photo. The team has won the league title four years in a row, finishing with an 18-0 record. Players are (front row, from left) Marcelo Esqueda, Craig Soderholm, Jake Mischke, Lon LD Eichenberger, Angel Esqueda, (back row) Tom Mischke, Curt Stude, Jake Stamer, Ian Stamer and Ben Cunnigham. Missing are Jake Olson, Mic Holinka, Brady Meyer, Spencer Wieneke, Brett Schmidt and Tanner Utesch.

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