Castine Bridges Death: Castine Bridges Was a major play entertainer at Diablo Valley College, where he was named a Second-Team JUCO All-American by J.C. Gridwire after he blocked eight passes in 2005 (he likewise had two more TDs got back to because of protective punishments) … Also returned one capture for a TD and recuperated two mishandles … Ranked as the No. 89 generally junior school prospect at any situation, as per Rivals, and as the No.
12 guarded back by a similar outlet … Named the Golden Gate Conference cautious MVP in 2005, and was a First-Team All-Conference entertainer … Was named to the California Community College Football Coaches’ Association All-State group the two years at Diablo Valley … Grabbed eight capture attempts as a rookie in 2004, to tie for the state lead in that classification.
Lettered in football for a very long time at Pinole Valley High School, where he had five profession capture attempts, and was an All-Conference entertainer as a senior … Also played b-ball and contended in track as a prep competitor … Junior school mentor – Ralph Depew … High school mentor – Steve Alameda.
He is made due by his Mother, Wife, Children and other relatives