Top football players compete in inaugural Indigenous Bowl

Soboba reservation plays host to college-bound athletes Courtesy of Soboba Band of Luiseño IndiansNearly 40 Native American athletes from across the country spent a couple of days at the Soboba reservation to prepare for the inaugural Indigenous Bowl in San Diego on July 7. ■ By Mike Hiles / Contributed When like minds join to launch a promising project, it doesn’t take long for it to come to a successful fruition. That is what happened with the coordination of the first Indigenous Bowl that attracted Native American football players from across the country to the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians reservation near San Jacinto. Since January, 7G Foundation co-founders Bennae Calac

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