Yes, one compact source (center), and a double lobe+core+1 jet (lower right).
The central source is likely SDSS J102523.87+233746.4, which appears as a blue star (r=19.83):
It's a UV source, is given as a likely QSO (z_ph ~0.995) in Richards+ 2009, and is just ~3" from the radio source 87GB 102236.9+235255.
The host of the other source - a classic core+jet+lobe on one side, and lobe on the other - is likely SDSS J102520.45+233700.7, a z_ph ~0.565 galaxy (the other faint red blob SDSS thinks is a star):
That this is all there is - i.e. that neither is part of an over-edge source - can be seen from a zoomed-out FIRST image:
Happy hunting! 😃