Four more local football players were chosen to participate in the Tiki Bowl at Honolulu that features some of the top high school players in the nation.
In addition to Sabino quarterback A.J. Skaggs, Cienega linebackers Dillon Silva and Josiah Flores, Walden Grove kicker Adrian Alvarado, linebacker Sebastian Adamski and wide receiver Alex Culbertson, and Mountain View linebacker Daylin Smith.
Silva, 6-foot and 190 pounds, had 83 tackles last year, including five for loss.
Flores, 5-8 and 210 pounds, had 29 tackles with four for loss.
Alvarado is also a standout soccer player with Walden Grove.
Adamski, 5-11 and 210, had a phenomenal 130 tackles last season with 11.5 for loss.
Culbertson, 5-9 and 150 pounds, played in his first varsity season last year and tallied 21 catches for 263 yards with a touchdown.
Smith, 6-1 and 210 pounds, recorded 62 tackles, 6.5 for loss.
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