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Stevens recalls first touchdown

The Stevens family: Josiah, from left, Hannah, Jeff, Katrina and Elijah. CONTRIBUTED
The Stevens family: Josiah, from left, Hannah, Jeff, Katrina and Elijah. CONTRIBUTED
MADISON – Soccer is Elijah Stevens’ top choice in sports, not only for the game itself but also for its benefit in other sports.
“Soccer helps to better my footwork and skills so that I can go on to play tackle football well,” Elijah said.
On his Upward Flag Football team, Elijah handled the jobs of running back, linebacker and center. With AYSO soccer, he played both defender and goalie.
Elijah is a third-grader at Creekside Elementary School. “I’ve been involved in running club and the gifted program through school. I’m very active at my church,” he said.
His mother, Katrina, works as a registered nurse at Huntsville Hospital. “My dad Jeff is a civil servant with the Department of the Army on Redstone Arsenal,” Elijah said. “My parents bought about 25 acres off of County Line Road when it was still mostly farmland to be able to enjoy ‘country living’ and a (really) big backyard.”
Elijah’s sister Hannah is in fifth grade, also at Creekside. His brother Josiah is in pre-kindergarten at Asbury Weekday.
Q & A
Q: When you go out to eat, what restaurants do you like?
A: Any place that has pizza, Greenbrier BBQ and Saffron Indian restaurant.
Q: What’s your favorite food?
A: “Pizza … but I’m not picky and like to try new things,” Elijah said.
Q: What are your favorite sports teams?
A: Alabama Crimson Tide and Minnesota Vikings.
Q: What’s your favorite sports memory?
A: “Scoring my first touchdown on my Upward Flag football team,” Elijah said.
Q: What do you like to do in your free time?
A: “I love to draw. I like to write and illustrate my own stories, play outside, build with LEGOs and play video games,” he said.

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