ALL NEWS AND EVENTS 2011

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SEVENTEEN WOODROW WILSON FOOTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO ALL-STAR TEAM
2011 WJFL INDEPENDENCE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

1st Team Offense
Aaron Spencer (’12)-Quarterback
T.J Chambliss (’12)-Wide Receiver
Anthony Haynes (’12)-Running Back
Donte Muse (’12)-Tight End
Ricky Williams (’12)-Offensive Line
Henry Greene (’13)-Offensive Line

2nd Team Offense
Joseph Taylor (’12)-Wide Receiver
Sean Walters (’12)-Wide Receiver
Nefer Bryant (’12)-Offensive Line

1st Team Defense
Neaven Reevey (’12)-Defensive Back
Andre Bounds (’12)-Defensive Back
Quantrill Eversley (’12)-Linebacker
Jermaine Mozee (’12)-Defensive Line

2nd Team Defense
Alex Figueroa (’12)-Defensive Back
Chris Miles (’12)-Defensive Back
John Nock (’12)-Linebacker
Amir Clark (’14)-Defensive Line

2011 WJFL INDEPENDENCE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
Central Gets Rude Welcome From Woodrow Wilson
by John Bush from the Asbury Park Press 11-13-11

Wilson breaks through with a big playoff win
By Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist Marc Narducci 11-12-11
Woodrow Wilson Tigers Enjoy a Big Playoff Victory
Marc Narducci from the Philadelphia Inquirer Interviews the Tigers
11-12-11

A closer look: Timber Creek vs. Woodrow Wilson
Article in the Philadelphia Inquirer
by Phil Anastasia
10-14-11

Woodrow Wilson High School Tigers Football Team Dominates Gloucester Catholic!

Anthony Haynes and Sea Walters each scored two touchdowns to propel unbeaten Camden Wilson past Gloucester Catholic, 45-0, last night in Camden.

Quarterback Aaron Spencer hooked up with Terrance Chambliss on a 57-yard scoring strike for the first of four first-quarter touchdowns for Camden Wilson.

Next, Haynes got free on a 14-yards run for a 13-0 lead. Then Walters scored consecutive TDs, first returning an interception 30 yards for a score and next gathering in a 45-yard pass from Spencer for a 26-0 after the first 12 minutes.

Haynes recorded his second TD when he busted loose on a 42-yard scamper and a 33-0 margin in the third period.

John Knock then added a 42-yard interception reutrn for a touchdown. Neaven Reevey’s 8-yard run closed out the scoring in the fourth period.
Congratulations!!!

Mi’kal Harris

Five Minutes – with T.J. Chambliss
Courier-Post Article on Woodrow Wilson WR T.J. Chambliss
9/21/11
Aumaitre puts heart, soul into game
Former Woodrow Wilson Football Player Nyere Aumaitre to play for the Philadelphia Soul 3/10/11



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