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  Dominguez High senior, Joshua Ford recently committed to Western New Mexico University. The San Gabriel Valley Defensive Player of the Year award winner prepares for college athletics by running track. Ford will participate in multiple events to improve his agility and speed.   While this year’s Dons faced a lot of adversity, Ford was…
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Paul Olund

March 14, 2015

  Dominguez High senior, Joshua Ford recently committed to Western New Mexico University. The San Gabriel Valley Defensive Player of the Year award winner prepares for college athletics by running track. Ford will participate in multiple events to improve his agility and speed.
  While this year’s Dons faced a lot of adversity, Ford was one of the key leaders that held the team together. His three years of varsity experience was displayed when he showed leadership to his younger teammates. Ford was a significant part of the team’s run to the SGVL Championship game.
  Although football is one of Joshua’s main priorities, he has great options for his future. Not only does Ford has football to lean on he also wants to become an aspiring actor. He also wants to pursue a degree in Graphic Design or join the United States Marines. With strong support from his family and friends his future seems very bright.

From Marshall student to Marshall coach and teacher

From Marshall student to Marshall coach and teacher

Joseph Manahan loves John Marshall High School. He graduated in 1995 and has never left. Well, he did for a few years when he went to college, but in 2002, he came back to teach English, geometry, algebra, and coach the Girls' JV & Varsity volleyball teams. He...