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Liberians Excelling in American Sports

These guys were all either born in Liberia, came to USA at an early age, or were born in the USA. They all have some kind of connection to Liberia or are descendents/children of Liberians.


Kierra Gregory

Class: Jr.

Height/Weight: 5-5

Hometown: Williamsburg, Va.

Position: Hurdles/Sprints

High School: Jamestown

Link to Kierra stats online


DeMatha Catholic player Austin Freeman slams a dunk during the second half of the team's Beach Ball Classic championship win over Mitchell.



Name Jersey # Position Team/School
Bhawoh Jue #27 Safety San Diego Chargers
Te Visanthe Shiancoe #82 Tight End New York Giants
Thomas Tarpeh #41 Full Back Philadelphia Eagles
Mansfield Wrotto #66 Guard Seattle Seahawks
Patriots, newcomers impressive in dominating Giants 26-6

College Football:


Rennie Curran - Georgia's freshman linebacker

Liberians Excelling
in American Sports
Tamba Hali - Penn State University
Mohamed Massaquoi - University of Georgia
Name Jersey # Position Team/School
Tim Massaquoi. #88 Tight End University of Michigan
Christian Dunbar #8 Defensive End Temple University
Will Davis #81 Wide Receiver University of Illinois
Tamba Hali #91 Defensive End Penn State University
Ashton Youboty #26 Corner Back Ohio State University
Jehuu Caulcrick #30 Running Back Michigan State University
Mohamed Massaquoi #1 Wide Receiver University of Georgia
Justin Woazeah #18 Defensive Back Appalachian Mountaineers

Justin Woazeah - Was thrown into the fire as a redshirt freshman, making all 11 starts at left cornerback after Dominick Dingle suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in the week leading up to the season opener ... enjoyed an impressive freshman campaign and is slated to contribute significantly in the ASU defensive backfield again as a sophomore ... switched to No. 18 after No. 32 was retired in honor of former Mountaineer Dexter Coakley during the offseason.


Name Jersey # Position Team/School
Pele Paelay #5 Point Guard. Coastal Carolina University


  • Paelay scorches Keydets
    Coastal Carolina's Pele Paelay scores a career-best 38 points to lead the Chanticleers past VMI


DeMatha dominates, wins '05 title

By Travis SawchikThe Sun News

Star of the game | Nigel Munson finished with a team-high 23 points and eight assists to lead DeMatha to its fourth Beach Ball Classic title. Those four titles tie Archbishop Molloy for the most in the tournament's 25-year history.

Turning point | After the break, Munson scored the first seven points of the second half to give DeMatha momentum and an 11-point lead. That lead mushroomed to 20 when he hit a 3-pointer with 7:39 to play.

Game summary | DeMatha guards Munson and Austin Freeman (20 points, 11 rebounds) were simply to quick and too skilled for Mitchell, USA Today's No. 9 team in its South regional rankings. DeMatha, ranked by USA Today as the No. 10 team in the country, led by as many as 25 points in the second half. DeMatha knocked off Martin Luther King (Calif.), Lakota East (Ohio) and Ridgeway (Tenn.), which lost in the championship game to St. Mary's (N.Y.) last season, to meet Mitchell. For Mitchell, Thaddeus Young scored a game-high 31 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.

Freeman Keeps DeMatha Perfect
By Josh Barr

DeMatha's Austin Freeman contains No. 5 Paul VI Catholic standout Danny Summer and scores 21 points as the top-ranked Stags win, 79-71.

It was not guard Austin Freeman's 21 points, scored by efficiently making 9 of 16 shots. It was not the five rebounds or the four assists, the heady plays or good decisions. When DeMatha Coach Mike Jones praised his star junior in the locker room last night following the top-ranked Stags' latest victory, the subject was Freeman's defense

In the unusual move of a coach giving his best player a tough defensive assignment, Freeman responded by leading the effort to contain Paul VI Catholic standout Danny Sumner. Sumner scored five points in the first three quarters, and the visiting Stags went on to a 79-71 victory over the fifth-ranked Panthers before a standing-room-only crowd of 1,300 in Fairfax to all but clinch first place in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference regular season. More....





Mansfield Wrotto - Seattle Seahawks

Te Visanthe Shiancoe - New York Giants
Bhawoh Jue San Diego Chargers
Christian Dunbar - Temple Univesity
Will Davis - University of Illinois

Ashton Youboty - Ohio State University

Jehuu Caulcrick - Michigan State University

Justin Woazeah - Appalachian Mountaineers