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2013 Silicon Valley Youth Classic – Charlie Wedemeyer High School All-Star Football Game

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Posted July 18, 2013 by in

GetSportsFocus.com – The 39th Annual Charlie Wedemeyer All-Star Game was the celebration of many different high school football careers. The South team had won the last three contests and led the series with a 20-15-3 record against the North team. That streak was broken in the 2013 matchup as the North won 17-6.

North All-Star quarterback Michael Lauck of St. Francis started things off on his first pass, throwing a 39-yard touchdown to Roland Luke of Wilcox. On the next North possession, Michael Leitchman would kick a 23-yard field goal making it a 10-0 score. Harker High’s Spencer Quash would bounce back from an interception and lead the North to another score, throwing a 4-yard touchdown to Palo Alto’s De’Antay Williams. The score would be 17-0 at halftime as the North All-Stars pulled away.

Offensive drives sputtered for the South most of the game until Santa Teresa quarterback Austin Richelle led a last minute touchdown drive, hitting Dominic Barnes of Pioneer on a quick pass but it was too late. The South still lead the Charlie Wedemeyer All-Star series 20-16.

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produced by SportsFocus Production
written by: Justin Lum
staff intern: Edwin Wise
video by: Joey DeStefano, ALF Joaquin
editor: ALF Joaquin


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Justin Lum is a home grown reporter from the Bay Area who is a sports fanatic. He played quarterback for City College of San Francisco in 2010 when they won the NorCal championship. He always knew he wanted to work in television and transferred to San Francisco State University for their renowned broadcasting program.Justin is definitely a versatile journalist with his background in news due to interning at NBC Bay Area. While juggling school and work, he would come into the station at 3 in the morning twice a week to shadow reporters who became his mentors. Justin is also very involved with his community in the East Bay. He works with the San Leandro Boys & Girls Club, mentoring the youth while coaching sports and fitness. When he does have time off, he enjoys working out, playing football, and spending time with family and friends. Sports is his true passion and Justin is excited about bringing his talent to GetSportsFocus.

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