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Football: Matt Cassel to have jersey retired at Chatsworth

Former Chatsworth quarterback Matt Cassel, named to replace Tom Brady in the Pro Bowl, will have his uniform retired during a school assembly at Chatsworth High on Feb. 11.

Cassel, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, led Chatsworth to a City Section Invitational title. He also briefly played baseball for the Chancellors.

On Feb. 12, Chatsworth's baseball team will honor former player Bryan Petersen by retiring his jersey during a ceremony at the alumni baseball game. Petersen, who plays for the Florida Marlins, is the first Chatsworth player to reach the major leagues during Coach Tom Meusborn's 21-year tenure.

-- Eric Sondheimer

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Willie Cabrera and Justin Cassel are at the cusp as well and potentially could get a call up in the next 1-2 years...hopefully...


Congrats to both Chatsworth players! Both are class acts...

I'm hoping there will be a couple more Chatsworth players in the MLB soon (Moustakas and Dominguez).

Joseph Figueroa

Junior College all star football game at 1 pm and High School all star football game at 5:30 pm on Saturday Jan 29 at Birmingham HS.


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