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Middle School All-Star Football Game is November 5

Posted 11/1/22

ATWOOD — The Centennial Bank Middle School All-Star Game is Saturday evening, November 5 at West Carroll Junior Senior High School in Atwood. Players from 21 West Tennessee Middle Schools have been invited and will compete in the game at 6 p.m.

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Middle School All-Star Football Game is November 5

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ATWOOD — The Centennial Bank Middle School All-Star Game is Saturday evening, November 5 at West Carroll Junior Senior High School in Atwood. Players from 21 West Tennessee Middle Schools have been invited and will compete in the game at 6 p.m.
 
The game features the North Team vs South Team. The North team will be coached by the Milan Middle School staff while the South Team will be led by coaches from Henderson County North and Henderson County South.
 
The North Team includes players from McKenzie, West Carroll, Dresden, Union City, Greenfield, Martin, Lake County, Milan, Peabody, Gibson County, and Hillcrest. The South team includes players from Huntingdon, Hollow Rock-Bruceton, Camden, Lexington Middle, Henderson County North, Henderson County South, Decatur County, Stewart County, Paris Inman, and Waverly.
 
Several local players are invited including McKenzie’s Ramon Tellez, West Carroll’s Darion Taylor, Zac Fowler, and Jace Hammett, Huntingdon’s Kenton Smith, Bryson Whiteside, and Brayden Davis along with Hollow-Rock Bruceton’s Deagen Collins, Tanner Walters, Parker Finley, and Carter Lowe.
 
“This is a great opportunity to showcase top talent from area middle school programs,” said West Carroll High School Head Football Coach, Clayton Morris. “These players have earned their spot in the All-Star Game, and we are looking forward to seeing them on the field!”
  In addition to the football action, each team will be supported by All-Star Cheerleader Teams made up of cheerleaders selected from area schools. 
  This year’s Middle School All-Star game will be video streamed online by the War Eagle Radio Network. Get more information on the official Facebook page for the Middle School All-Star Game – www.facebook.com/WestTNAllStarGame.

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