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Candlelight vigil held for fallen Arbutus Golden Eagles
Candlelight vigil held for fallen Arbutus Golden Eagles

His Arbutus Golden Eagles football jersey in hand, Marquis Manigo walked toward the candlelight vigil taking place on the football field at Arbutus Middle School on Monday evening. The scores of people in attendance burst into applause and cheered the 13-year-old. Only four days earlier, on Sept. 22, Marquis' two brothers, Tyquis Moore, 11, and Jaquis Manigo, 7, along with his mother, Michelle Manigo, 33, died in an early-morning fire in Baltimore. Ten rowhouses were damaged in the deadly blaze. The vigil to memorialize the two boys who died was held at the football field at 5525 Shelbourne Road where all three boys played football for the Arbutus Golden Eagles, a youth team run by...

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