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Notes: Jackson Still A Big Part of Bradford

Notes: Jackson Still A Big Part of Bradford

Although he hasn't played a game since mid August, senior running back Vonte Jackson still played a big part in Kenosha Bradford's journey to its first state football championship, handling the team's opening coin toss and being a positive influence on the sideline. Badger Nation also has updates on Vince Biegel and Leo Musso.

MADISON - One look toward midfield prior to the kickoff of the WIAA Division 1 state championship game signified how special Vonte Jackson was to the Kenosha Bradford football team. Although he hadn't played a football game since mid August, there Jackson was at midfield of his future home field, alone, representing the Red Devils in the coin toss as one of the four team captains. "It meant to...

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