Cleveland High School senior fullback Ramsay Castillo’s tutelage has the Eagles soaring again — on and off the field. Castillo, wearing a baseball cap, helps fellow football player Micah Houston Freeman with his homework during an after-school study hall. At left is Robert Newman.
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