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White Team (Conferences I and IV) quarterback No. (Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) quarterback No. 6 Tom Capone of Oceanside High School takes a snap in the third quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. Blue Team (Conferences II and III) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

Nassau County Senior Bowl 2012

Nassau's top senior football players took the field Thursday for a 10 a.m. all-star game that matched Conferences I and IV against Conferences II and III at Mitchel Athletic Complex.

White Team (Conferences I and IV) quarterback #7
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) quarterback #7 Kevin Overland of Manhasset High School throws a pass in the first quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. Blue Team (Conferences II and III) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Photo by James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) No. 84
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) No. 84 Tayvon Hall of West Hempstead High School cuts through midfield in the fourth quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. Blue Team (Conferences II and III) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) running back
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) running back No. 32 William Stanback of Uniondale High School, right, spots an opening to his right and rushes for a long touchdown in the second quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl at Mitchel Athletic Complex. Stanback scored two offensive touchdowns and returned an interception an additional six points in White Team's 26-13 win over Blue Team (Conferences II and III). (Nov. 22, 2012)

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White Team (Conferences I and IV) running back
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) running back No. 32 William Stanback of Uniondale High School, right, spots an opening and rushes for a long touchdown in the second quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl at Mitchel Athletic Complex. Stanback scored two offensive touchdowns and returned an interception an additional six points in White Team's 26-13 win over Blue Team (Conferences II and III). (Nov. 22, 2012)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) running back
(Credit: James Escher)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) running back No. 20 Matt Firpo of Long Beach High School rushes up field in the first quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. White Team (Conferences I and IV) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) running back
(Credit: James Escher)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) running back No. 40 Ken Daley of North Shore High School secures the football in the second quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. White Team (Conferences I and IV) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) quarterback No.
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) quarterback No. 6 Tom Capone of Oceanside High School takes a snap in the third quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. Blue Team (Conferences II and III) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) No. 84
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) No. 84 Tayvon Hall of West Hempstead High School rushes for a gain in the first quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. Blue Team (Conferences II and III) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

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White Team (Conferences I and IV) No. 15
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) No. 15 Tywan Watson of Hempstead High School cuts through midfield after making an interception in the fourth quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. Blue Team (Conferences II and III) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) quarterback #12
(Credit: James Escher)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) quarterback #12 Gerard Cunningham of MacArthur High School runs the ball on a keep in the second quarter quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. White Team (Conferences I and IV) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) running back
(Credit: James Escher)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) running back #5 Tom Kelleher of MacArthur High School, right, tries to evade a tackle from White Team (Conferences I and IV) #4 Tyler Desire of Uniondale High School in the second quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) #84 Tayvon
(Credit: James Escher)

White Team (Conferences I and IV) #84 Tayvon Hall of West Hempstead High School rushes for a gain in the first quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. Blue Team (Conferences II and III) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) quarterback No.
(Credit: James Escher)

Blue Team (Conferences II and III) quarterback No. 45 Will Kassar of Glen Cove High School recovers the football after a botched snap in the fourth quarter of the Nassau County Senior Bowl vs. White Team (Conferences I and IV) at Mitchel Athletic Complex. White Team (Conferences I and IV) won by a score of 26-13. (Nov. 22, 2012)

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