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Topic - Monique Brown
Monique Brown was excited when I broke the good news to her early Wednesday afternoon that the city would help cover travel and hotel accommodations for three Pop Warner teams' trips to Florida.
Dion Waiters stared over at George Washington's Dan Guest as the Colonials tried to get a feel for facing Syracuse's stalwart zone defense.
"Jordan and the other Pop Warner players know I don't play with school work and they all are very respectful of their teammates, the staff and other players," Ms. Brown said.
"Really?" she exclaimed. "That is wonderful. I was so stressed about the costs because the boys have really worked hard to come to practice and they are so disciplined."