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Players Announced for the 2018 San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game

One-hundred four (104) student athletes representing 54 high schools have been chosen for the San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game, presented by H-E-B, which will showcase top local high school players on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018 in the Alamodome.  It’s  the 40th anniversary of this battle of East vs. West, in which the area’s top senior players take the field at 5 p.m. after the U.S. Army All-American Bowl which kicks-off at 12 noon.

One ticket serves as admission for both the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and the San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game presented by H-E-B.  Tickets are available at the Alamodome Box Office and through Ticketmaster.com for $20.

Smithson Valley High School’s head football coach Larry Hill will coach the East, and Keith Kaiser, from Boerne Champion High School, will coach the West. Players were nominated by their high school coaches and chosen by a selection committee.

The San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game, presented by H-E-B, will feature players that are committed to play for some of the top universities in the country as well as players looking for an additional chance to impress college scouts with potential scholarships to offer. Forty-one (41) seniors who were in last year’s All-Star Game went on to play college football.

Four high school cheer squads will also have the opportunity to win a $1,000 grant and cheer at the nationally-televised U.S. Army All-American Bowl or the locally-televised (CW35) San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game. In the San Antonio Sports All-Star Cheer Challenge, powered by CPS Energy, participating schools’ cheer squads will earn the chance through online voting.

San Antonio loves high school football, and game day will be one of the best lineups of high school football showcase events anywhere in the country!

2018 San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game Players

Alamo Heights ISD (East):

William Dehlinger, QB, Alamo Heights HS
Walker Hankinson, OT, Alamo Heights HS
Cody Nelson, LB, Alamo Heights HS

Bandera ISD (West):

Ben Shacklefort, TE, Bandera HS
Josh Ripple, OL/DT, Bandera HS

Boerne ISD (West):

Cory Collinsworth, DT, Boerne Champion HS
Taylor Posey, DE, Boerne Champion HS
Cade Pollard, punter, Boerne Champion HS
Davis Brin, QB, Boerne Champion HS
Brooks Klutts, QB, Boerne HS
Caelan Keenan, center, Boerne HS
Kade Hunter, LB, Boerne HS

Comal ISD (East):

Fabian Facundo, DB/S/WR, Canyon HS
Jacob Foster, OL, Canyon Lake HS
C.J. Kuehler, DE, Smithson Valley HS
Mason Pierce, DB, Smithson Valley HS
Trevon Moehrig-Woodard, ATH, Smithson Valley HS

East Central ISD (East)

Allen Dukes, FS, East Central HS
Daveon Johnson, LB, Easta Central HS

Edgewood ISD (West):

Carlos Compos, DE, Memorial HS

Floresville ISD (East)

Julian Nambo, DB, Floresville HS
Colton Payne, WR/KR, Floresville HS

Ft. Sam Houston ISD (East):

Clifford Jacobs, DT, Cole HS

Harlandale ISD (East):

Trisdon Fuentes, OL, Harlandale HS

Hondo ISD (West)

Cade Weynand, S/WR, Hondo HS

Judson ISD (East):

Keith Jefferson, WR, Judson HS
Kolbe Harris, OT, Judson HS
Brody Stoepler, LB, Judson HS
Spencer Buford, OT, Wagner HS
Sedryk Hernandez, DE, Wagner HS

Marion ISD (East)

Cole Doerr, DE, Marion HS

Navarro ISD (East)

Will Eveld, QB/DB/P, Navarro HS

New Braunfels ISD (East):

Ryan Redding, QB, New Braunfels HS
Weston Wright, OT, New Braunfels HS

North East ISD:
East:
Alex Brown, DT, Johnson HS
Brandon McDuffie, WR/KR, Johnson HS
Tanner Reed, LB, Johnson HS
Jalen Battles, WR/P, Madison HS
Treveon Tippins, RB, Madison HS
D’Wayne Anthony, OL, Madison HS
Andrew Ureste, WR, Reagan HS
Brandon Smith, OG, Reagan HS
Spencer Gilliam, safety, Reagan HS
David Pavon, TE, Roosevelt HS
Dylan Johnson, C, Roosevelt HS
Felton Walls, WR, Roosevelt HS
West:
Diego Vela, RB, Churchill HS
Ryan Booth, OT, Churchill HS
Vincent Taylor, WR/RB/DB, Lee HS
Samuel Brooks, DT, Lee HS
Tyler Vitt, QB/P, MacArthur HS
Ethan Gottschalk, WR, MacArthur HS
Jonathan Thompson, LB/DE, MacArthur HS

Northside ISD (West):
Will Draker, C, Brandeis HS
Jalen Griffin, WR, Brandeis HS
Brandon Matterson, DT, Brandeis HS
Alexander Wise, WR, Brennen HS
Joshua James, OLB, Brennan HS
Isaiah Paul LB, Brennan HS
Ethan Barron, DS, Brennan HS
Ben Sims, TE, Clark HS
Quentrevious Wright, WR, Holmes HS
Aaron Alderete, DT, Jay HS
Malik Ross, DB/PR/P, Jay HS
Ezrael Powelll, DB, Marshall HS
Dylan Smith, S, Marshall HS
Roel Sanchez, QB, O’Connor HS
Jalen Hughes, WR, O’Connor HS
Millard Bradford, DB, O’Connor HS
Michael Lyssy, K, O’Connor HS
Colt Strickland, OG/FB/LS, Stevens HS
Nate Gonzalez, DE/DS, Stevens HS
Quinton Starks, WR, Warren HS
Devin Moore, RB, Warren HS
Lenny Dominguez, OL, Warren HS

Pleasanton ISD (East):
Isaac Mendiola, S, Pleasanton HS

Poth ISD (East):
Heath Dunn, TE, Poth HS

Randolph ISD (East):
Carlos (Sebastian) Goldsworth, DT, Randolph HS

San Antonio ISD:
East:
Joseph Palafos, QB/WR, Highlands HS
Rene Palomino, RB/WR, Highlands HS
Garland Coleman, DE/TE, Sam Houston HS
West:
Tristian Zamora, OG, Burbank HS
Carlos Covarrubias, DB, Burbank HS
Tanner Ahoyt, OL/DL, Edison HS
Ian Garcia, MLB, Jefferson HS

Sabinal ISD (West):
Mauricio Contreras, WR, Sabinal HS

Schertz/Cibilo/Universal City ISD (East):
Marshawn Brown, RB, Clemens HS
Carter Breu, DE, Clemens HS
Darius Vandyke, S, Clemens HS
Brenden Brady, RB, Steele HS
Charley Zeno, OL, Steele HS
JayVeon Cardwell, DB, Steele HS

Seguin ISD (East):
Garrett Luensmann, LB

South San ISD (West):
Ernest Hernandez, DT, South San HS
James Valencia, S, South San HS

Southside ISD (West):
Edward Perez, RB Southside HS

Southwest ISD (West):
Bostin Crisp, LB/FB, Southwest HS
Sean Ruiz, RB, Southwest HS

PRIVATE SCHOOLS:

Central Catholic HS (West)
Eric Oyervides, OL

Holy Cross HS (West)
Chris Silva, OT
Jaime Ramirez, SS/RB

San Antonio Christian School (East)
Brandon Trevino, LB
Ryan Hotchkiss, K

Saint Mary’s Hall (East)
Joe Heath, III, LB

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