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Oct, 2015

Cataract Alum in the NEWS!

Rasheen Williams

#7 LB Rhasheen Williams, Emory and Henry College.

Dale Stewart and Rhasheen Williams, both of whom come from Niagara Falls NY, grew up in the Unity park Projects. Dale is the son of Lillie Hall and Dale Stewart, Sr. He is also the brother of  #44 James D. Starks another Standout Cataract Alum and Niagara Falls native, who is currently a RB for the Green Bay Packers!  Rhasheen is the son Tamaron Winn and Rhasheen Bowden. They both started playing as teammates for Cataract at the age 6, starting off at the Rapids and continued to the Eagles level, as student athletes for the nation for nearly 7 years these two aspired to play football on the college level. Dale starred at Niagara Falls HS and was verbally committed to the University at Buffalo Bulls, but decided to work on his grades and attended junior college for a year. He then transferred to Buffalo St college and is has played a major part in the Bengals running game success and their 2-2 conference record. As sophomore he is currently second on the team in rushing with 215 yards, 28 attempts and 3 tds, he also has 99 yards receiving on 7 catches. The 2015 Bengals roster bolsters another Cataract Standout, Jeffrey Goldsmith a teammate and a cousin of Rhasheen and was also a HS teammate of Dale's at Niagara Falls HS! After his career with the “Nation” Rhasheen took a different path to college, he moved to Charlotte NC, and played High School Football for the Hopewell Titans! Now, He is currently the starting ILB for the Emory and Henry College Wasp! In 2014, he was a reserve tight end for the Wasp and Played in all 10 games as a reserve tight end ... Had four catches on the season for 29 yards ... His first touchdown in his career came in a win over Ferrum College. However, after completing  a vigorous off season training regimen, he caught the eye defensive coaching  staff  especially LB coach Marshall Doss, so they decided to give him a chance at LB and he hasn’t looked back since! He is currently a key player on a stingy defensive that has the WASP at 3-1 and in the hunt for a consecutive conference championship. His stats in 2015 are 27 tackles, 16 solo and 6 tackles for losses and a forced fumble on the season. This Week Saturday October 10, 2015 the DaleBengals will be at home for a 12:30 kickoff vs. Empire 8 Athletic Conference leaders the  Cortland Red Dragons. The Bengals look to Slay the red hot Red Dragoons. The Wasp look to improve on the conference leading record as they take on the 3-1 Bridgewater Eagles for first place in the conference. The game will be at home for the Wasp as well and is set for a 1:00 pm start. Good luck to 2 of CATARACT NATIONS FINEST! #CATARACTNATIONSTANDUP! CC4L! #NEXTLEVELSTUDENTATHLETES! #CATARACTPRIDE!

Rhasheen Williams' Photo is courtesy of the 2015 E&H WASP football Website: http://www.gowasps.com/sports/fball/2015-16/bios/williams_rasheen_w38w

Dale Stewart's photo is courtesy of the 2015 Buffalo State Bengals Official Website: http://www.buffalostateathletics.com/news/2015/9/5/FB_0905154204.aspx?path=football

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