Two Chiefs Shine at All-Star Game

Matthew Leto, Sports Editor

Seniors Marquise Jackson and Bradley Touissant were invited to the annual Palm Beach County football all-star game.

Jackson was the highlight of the season this past year for the Chiefs at quarterback. He provided a spark for the Chiefs by being the ultimate dual-threat quarterback. Whether through the air or on his legs, Jackson was dominant for the Chiefs.

Touissant was undoubtedly the offensive juggernaut this season. His speed paired with his hands make him one of the top wide receivers in the county. Touissant has next level talent, it was no surprise he made this selection.

“The all star game was a good experience, getting to play with the best of the best players in Palm Beach County,” Touissant said. “We came back from being down 14 points and won by 7, so it was a great overall experience.”

Both Jackson and Touissant played on the winning “National” team that was down 17-3 in the first half, and scored 21 unanswered points to win the game 24-17.