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Kearsley Has New Leader

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When Brayden Kearsley woke up Friday morning, only one thing was on his mind - taking down the Titans. His No. 9 Aloha Warriors host the No. 8 West Salem Titans tonight in the second round of the Oregon 6A playoffs - but when he wiped the sleep from his eyes and looked at his email, he had a quick double-take. His day was officially about to get off to a fantastic start.

"I was getting out of bed and flipped on my phone," the 6-foot-4, 300-pound offensive line prospect told FoxSportsNEXT Friday afternoon. "All of a sudden the email popped up, saying 'Congratulations, you're a Semper Fidelis All-American'. I was like, 'What?'. Then I just read it and then went in my parents' bedroom to show them, and they were real excited. It's an honor to get selected to this...

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