High School Football Championships: A winning mix

Different cultures unite for Magazine, Danville

Posted: December 9, 2010 at 4:17 a.m.

Magazine lineman Skyler McElroy may tower over teammates Long Yang (left) and Chang Yang, but there is no escaping the impact Hmong players have had on Magazine’s success.The Yangs and fellow Hmong players Charly Moua (5), Bobby Moua (left rear), Jay Moua (center rear) and Toto Yang (right rear) have all helped Magazine advance to Saturday’s Class 2A state title game against Danville.

Late in Magazine’s 41-20 quarterfinal victory against Carlisle, freshman quarterback Charly Moua was supposed to run more time off the play clock before calling for the snap.

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