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June 14, 2013

Schoolboy football All-Stars clash tonight at Lamar

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BEAUMONT —  

EAST FOOTBALL ROSTER

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1     Collins, Dermarcus         Jasper

2     Samuels, Trent             Central

3     Haywood, Red            Kirbyville

4     Barrow, Seth            Nederland

5    Lewis, Jacob            Sabine Pass

6    Bourque, Garrett        Lumberton

7    Cooper, Darion            Kirbyville

8    Salter, Jimmy            WOS

9    Como, Tyran            Orangefield

10    Scott, Kendrick            Silsbee

11    Taylor, Zach            Nederland

12    Mitchell, Robert            Central

13    Cervenka, Tanner        Bridge City

16    Burrell, Cody            H-F

17    Johnson, Greg            PA Memorial

19    Lockhart, Dominique        Woodville

20    Bickham, Caleb            LCM

23    Quirante, Montana        Vidor

24    Brown, Jordan            H-F

28    Kahla, Lane            High Island

33    Boudreaux, Coleton        LCM

35    Simien, Abear            WOS

36    Oliver, Walter            PA Memorial

42    Rodgers, Johnny        Silsbee

44/55    Van Pelt, Eric        Newton

45    Cole, Zach                Bridge City

46    Haynes, Dranzel        Jasper

58    Blanchard, Josh            Bridge City

60    Rutledge, Austin        WOS

62    Champion, Chris        Buna

65    Vaughn, Brendon        PA Memorial

67    Howlett, Tyler            LCM

68    Keene, Jacob            Kirbyville

69    Evans, Michael            Warren

72    Reasons, Justin            PNG

77    Limbrick, Dominic        Jasper

89    Brinson, Daniel            Deweyville

92    Couron, Koby            Nederland

Coaches:

Bobby McGallion-  Head Coach

Kyle Mackey

Hiawatha Hickman

Trainer: Jeffery Gibson

David Drake

Bobby Woodard

Shane McGallion

Jason Morgan

Ira Brooks

Michael Nelson

    

WEST FOOTBALL ROSTER

1    Jones, Jakobi            Ozen

2    Harper, Darrion            Kountze

3    Vandeventer, Adam        Liberty

4    Jones, Nate            Shepherd

5    Scott, Alfred            Coldspring

6    Jones, Keilan            Kountze

7    Deandre Smith            West Brook

8    Raymond, Wyatt        Anahuac

10    Buckner, Lyle            Crosby

11    Collins, Damion            Livingston

12    Tillett, Matt            Barbers Hill

13    Williams, Kourtney        Ozen

14    McBride, Cameron        West Brook

17    Walter, Justin            Crosby

18    Matthews, Shaquan        Crosby

20    Johnson, Raliegh        Ozen

21    Henry, Martice            Anahuac

22    Norman, Joele            CE King

23    Robertson, Quade        H-J

24    Cooper, Tre            Coldspring

25    Jammer, Eric            Shepherd

27    Roberts, Glenn            East Chambers

40    Michael, Andrew        Ozen

42    Jackson, De'Ondre        Livingston

45    Swint, Jonathan        Coldspring

50    Knotts, Austin            Barbers Hill

53    Nash, Tyrone            CE King

54    West, Brandon            West Brook

55    Jacobs, Dylan            Splendora

56    Vasquez, Jacob            Cleveland

58    Taylor, Brody            Hardin

65    Mizell, Jacob            Coldspring

66    Rising, Hunter            East Chambers

68    Bergeron, Hunter        Anahuac

70    Rodriguez, Reji            Barbers Hill

72    Bergstrom, Dillon        Barbers Hill

78    Stanley, Thomas        H-D

79    Gloston, Peter            H-J

85    Lilley, Casey            Coldspring

Coaches:

Ronnie Gage- Head Coach

Buddy Griffin

Trainers: Adam Carrell

Terry Goode

Gina Pace

Kevin Kilgo

James Gage

Bruce Taylor

Darren Seymour

Trey Lewis

Freddie Strange

 

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    We will have the very best coverage of the event beginning now and leading up to it with exclusive interviews with all of the top pros with not only their thoughts on the big event but with unique tips on how you can catch more fish.
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    (To contact Chester Moore, e-mail him at cmooreoutdoors@gmail.com. You can hear him on “Moore Outdoors” Fridays from 6-7 p.m. on Newstalk AM 560 KLVI or online at www.klvi.com or watch him on “God’ Outdoors with Chester Moore” Saturdays at 10 a.m. on GETV.org)

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