Eastside Catholic seniors celebrate their state title. Redmond residents pictured are Max Englehart (58), Kevin Brown (next to Englehart, number not showing) and Jason Medeiros (51). Photo courtesy of Brian Bodine

Eastside Catholic seniors celebrate their state title. Redmond residents pictured are Max Englehart (58), Kevin Brown (next to Englehart, number not showing) and Jason Medeiros (51). Photo courtesy of Brian Bodine

Medeiros earns USA TODAY honor

  • Monday, January 7, 2019 11:54am
  • Sports

USA TODAY High School Sports named Redmond resident and Eastside Catholic senior offensive lineman Jason Medeiros to its 2018 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Washington Football Team. The 6-foot-2, 275-pound Crusader and Air Force commit is an offense first-team selection.

Eastside Catholic notched the 3A state championship, 31-13, over O’Dea in November and won the GEICO State Champions Bowl on Dec. 22 by beating Centennial from Arizona, 17-0, in Peoria, Arizona. Other Redmond residents on the squad were Kevin Brown, Max Englehart, Matthew Nguyen and Will Reed.

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