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Prep Football, Basketball Squads Report Sunday for 2019 North-South All-Star Week

MONTGOMERY – North-South all-star squads for the upcoming 60th AHSAA North-South All-Star Football Game and 77th annual North-South All-Star Basketball Boys’ and Girls’ Games report Sunday, July 14, as the 2019 AHSAA All-Star Sports Week and Summer Conference gets set to begin.
     The two 37-member football teams comprised of 2019 graduating seniors report to Auburn-Montgomery University Sunday to begin preparations for Thursday night’s annual game at Cramton Bowl. The football clash concludes the most comprehensive all-star competition in All-Star Week history, said Jamie Lee Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA), which hosts All-Star Week and Summer Conference Coaching School. The boys’ and girls’ all-star basketball teams will report for practice Sunday as well. Both games will be played Tuesday with the girls’ competition tipping off at Oliver-Dunn Acadome on the Alabama State University campus at 5 p.m., and the boys’ clash will follow at 7 p.m.
      The North-South Baseball doubleheader will be at Riverwalk Stadium beginning at 4 p.m., Tuesday.  Wednesday’s all-star slate includes boys’ and girls’ cross country at AUM at 7:30 a.m.; softball at Lagoon Park at 5 p.m.; and boys’ and  girls’ soccer at Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex at 5 p.m. Thursday’s all-star schedule features boys’ and girls’ golf at 8:30 a.m., and boys’ and girls’ tennis at 10 a.m., both at Montgomery Country Club. The North-South volleyball match will be at the Cramton Bowl Multi-Plex at 4 p.m., and the football clash will close out the all-star competition at 7 p.m., at Cramton Bowl.  AUM will house all all-star teams and coaches. All-star rosters, coaching staffs and team itineraries can be found at:

http://www.ahsaa.com/AHSADCA/2019-AHSAA-Summer-Conference 
     The AHSADCA, which operates under the auspices of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) will also host all-star games in baseball, softball, boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ and girls’ basketball, volleyball, boys’ and girls’ cross country, and for the first time boys’ and girls’ competition in golf and tennis during the All-Star Week.
     The Central-Phenix City High School NFHS Network School Broadcast Program, under the  direction of executive producer Tim Loreman, will live-steam over the NFHS Network all all-star game except cross country, tennis and golf. A special delayed program will highlight those three sports. The AHSAA Radio Network will also broadcast the North-South football game live over its network.
     The South holds a 30-27-2 edge in the North-South football series, which is the oldest series with its first game played in 1948. The North won 27-14 last July for its fourth straight victory in the series. The North won the first game of the series played 71 years ago at Tuscaloosa 33-0.
      Head coach for the South this week is Dadeville High School Coach Richard White. The North head coach is Winfield Coach David McKinney.
     The North coaching staff includes Clint Smith, Jacksonville; Bryan Moore, Jasper; Scott Mansell, Hueytown; Al Smith, Gadsden City; Jeremy Sullivan, Boaz; Oscar Glasscock, Cullman; and Cedric Brown, Southside-Selma, the squad’s administrative coach. Rounding out the South coaching staff are: Lawrence “L.T.” Yelding, B.C. Rain; Jack Hankins, Thomasville; Danny Raines, Headland; Roger McDonald, Carroll; Patrick Browning, Pike Road; Daniel Flowers, Southside-Selma; and administrative coach I Mark Heaton of Gadsden City.
      Coaches for the North boys’ basketball game are James Poindexter of McAdory and Anthony Reid of Florence. South coaches are Jeffrey Pope of LeFlore and Jessie Doster of Dadeville. North girls’ coaches are Kim Nails of Southside-Gadsden and JeTaime Silas of Lee-Huntsville; South girls’ coaches are Dyneshia Jones of Charles Henderson and Rand Smith of Southside-Selma. Administrative coaches are Brant Llewellyn of Lauderdale County (North) and Nigel Card of Saint James (South).
     The South boys won the 2018 North-South basketball all-star game 61-57 and the North girls won 66-57. The South now holds a 48-28 edge in the series dating back to 1953, and the North girls are 19-3 in the competition which got underway in 1997.
    The Summer Conference includes coaching schools in the sports of  baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, volleyball, track and field, wrestling and cheerleading. Several outstanding clinicians are set several outstanding college head coaches speaking at the basketball school. Among them are Auburn University men’s coach Bruce Pearl, University of Alabama new men’s head coach Nate Cross and University of Tennessee coach Rick Barnes. Also scheduled to speak are new Troy University head men’s coach Scott Cross, University of Montevallo women’s basketball coach Greg Van Atta, Lipscomb University coach Lennie Acuff several college assistant coaches and prominent high school coaches.
     While NCAA rules restrict Division I head coaches from speaking at the AHSAA Summer Conference, a strong lineup of high school and non-Division I football coaches are set for the football school. College coaches include Miles College head coach Reginal Ruffin and offensive and defensive coordinators Aaron James and Rashad Watson; Huntingdon College head coach Mike Turk; University of West Alabama offensive coordinator Don Bailey and defensive line coach Roberto Pinilla; and retired form University of Alabama assistant coach Sylvester Croom. High school coaches include former NFL standouts Kenny King and Atlas Herrion of Daphne High School; Mike Glisson and Adrian Abrams, Minor High School; Bo Culver, Hartselle High School; and Mark Hurt, Central-Phenix City High School.

   Last year’s results and the current series records for the North-South All-Star competition are:

All-Star Sports Week Results
Football
North 27, South 14
Volleyball
South 3, North 1
Cross Country
Girls: South 27, North 28
Boys: South 20, North 41
Basketball
Girls:  North 66, South 57
Boys: South 61, North 57
Baseball
Game 1: South 3, North 2
Soccer
Girls: North 2, South 0
Boys: North 2, South 1
Softball
Game 1: South 3, North 0
Game 2: North 5, South 4

Series Records (Through 2018)
Football – South leads 30-27-2
Boys Basketball – North leads 48-28
Girls Basketball – North leads 19-3

Baseball – North leads 23-12-1
Softball – North leads 25-21-3
Boys Soccer – North leads 11-4-1

Girls Soccer – North leads 15-2-1

Volleyball – North leads 14-7

Boys Cross Country – North and South tied at 1-1

Girls Cross Country – North and South are tied at 1-1


   Current rosters for the North-South All-Star Football game are below

 

2019 FOOTBALL  ROSTERS

 
             
 

NORTH

         
             

No

First

Last

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

1

Michael

Crear

Jasper

ATH

5'11

175

3

Chris

Broyles

Winfield

WR

6'0

200

4

Tre'nance

Rhodes

Florence

WR

6'4

185

5

Braden

Pyron

Marion County

WR

6'4

195

7

Brandon

Howard

Oneonta

WR

6'4

195

8

Jackson

Elkins

Winfield

QB

6'2

175

9

Noah

Allison

J. B. Pennington

QB

6'0

185

10

Garek

Hall

Mortimer Jordan

WR

5'10

170

11

Brayden

Lewis

Kate Duncan Smith DAR

WR

6'0

165

12

Taveris

Hill

Oneonta

CB

6'2

182

14

Seth

Gable

Cullman

FS

6'4

208

15

Christopher

Reid

Lee - Huntsville

CB

5'10

170

17

Calvin

Williams

Gadsden City

CB

6'1

175

19

Ronnie

Wright

Mortimer Jordan

CB

6'2

175

20

Noah

Turbyfill

Brooks

RB

5'9

185

21

Devin

Buckhalter

Russellville

RB

6'1

190

23

Christian

Collins

Boaz

RB/S

6'1

205

27

Alex

Reid

Hamilton

FB/LB

6'0

210

28

Kenny

Cannon

Decatur

RB

5'10

170

50

Corey

Belcher

Mortimer Jordan

OG

5'11

250

50

Dalton

Gowers

Lincoln

OG

6'3

252

51

Hayden

Ray

Addison

C

6'2

250

53

Hunter

Youngblood

AP Brewer

OL

6'3

260

55

Quindarius

Hall

Hueytown

OT

6'6

250

59

Ryan

Pugh

Jasper

OL

6'2

290

81

Kenion

Bender

McAdory

LB/DE

5'10

215

82

Xavier

Hopkins

Sparkman

LB/DE

5'11

220

84

Kyriahn

McCoy

Winfield

LB/DE

6'0

205

85

Kobe

Collier

Center Point

LB/DE

6'3

220

92

Sean

Allison

Weaver

LB/DE

6'1

230

92

Antoine

Frazier-McGhee, Jr.

Homewood

DL

5'11

280

93

Christian

Renda

Hewitt-Trussville

DL

6'0

255

95

Maurice

Williams

Hewitt-Trussville

DL

6'0

270

99

DaQuan

Jackson

Hueytown

DL

6'3

305

 

COACHES

         
             

1

David

McKinney

Winfield

     

2

Clint

Smith

Jacksonville

     

3

Bryan

Moore

Jasper

     

4

Scott

Mansell

Hueytown

     

5

Ali

Smith

Gadsden City

     

6

Jeremy

Sullivan

Boaz

     

7

Oscar

Glasscock

Cullman

     
 

Cedric

Brown

Southside - Selma - Admin.

   
             
             
             
             
             
             
 

2019 FOOTBALL  ROSTER

 
             
 

SOUTH

         
             

No

First

Last

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

1

Jake

Justiss

Tallassee

ATH

6'0

215

2

Tori

Mulkey

Carroll-Ozark

DB

5'8

165

3

Artel

Howell

Vigor

WR

5'9

165

5

Jessie

Kinsey

Headland

DB

6'3

190

6

Kyle

Walker

Vigor

QB

6'3

195

7

Grant

Thornton

Enterprise

QB

6'1

186

9

Bruno

Ribeiro

Headland

K/P

5'10

185

10

Ben

Tew

Headland

WR

5'11

175

11

Devonte

Bradley

Flomaton

DB

5'8

165

14

Kobi

Crabb

Benjamin Russell

DB

6'2

170

15

Jalen

McCary

Prattville

WR

6'1

185

16

Jimmy

Pitts

Notasulga

DB

5'10

150

17

Shakwan

Bickley

Elmore County

WR

6'0

173

20

Curtis

Autrey

Marengo

LB

6'1

215

21

Damel

Bell

Fairhope

RB

5'10

210

22

Jacquez

Allen

Jeff Davis

RB

5'10

186

23

Bailey

Bass

Flomaton

LB

6'2

225

24

Nakeldrick

Hall

Highland Home

RB

5'10

205

27

Bryson

Peavy

Ariton

RB

6'3

200

28

Latrevian

O'Neal

Reeltown

LB

6'1

215

29

Davaryl

Moffett

Smiths Station

DE/LB

6'0

210

30

Zachary

Boerner

Prattville

DE/LB

6'0

205

50

Kato

Morgan

Thomasville

OL

6'3

330

53

Jordan

Valrie

Murphy

OL

6'1

300

54

Will

Reeves

Charles Henderson

OL

6'4

290

55

William

Blake

B. C. Rain

OL

6'1

255

57

Maximus

Jones

Selma

OL

6'3

280

58

William

Wright

Southside - Selma

OL

6'3

330

59

Samuel

Jackson

Holtville

OL

6'3

270

81

Nathan

Norwood

Marengo

DL

6'1

210

82

Roosevelt

Thompson

Marengo

DL

6'1

165

83

Eric

Thomas

Vigor

DE

6'3

245

85

Jo'Varsva

Sims

Selma

DL/DE

6'3

205

90

James

Johnson

Thomasville

DL

5'10

275

95

TJ

Winston

Valley

DE/DL

6'2

265

99

Trey

Ware

Carroll

DL

6'3

350

 

COACHES

         
             

1

Richard

White

Dadeville

     

2

Lawrence "LT"

Yelding

B. C. Rain

     

3

Jack

Hankins

Thomasville

     

4

Danny

Raines

Headland

     

5

Roger

McDonald

Carroll

     

6

Patrick

Browning

Pike Road

     

7

Daniel

Flowers

Southside - Selma

     
 

Mark

Heaton

Gadsden City - Admin.

     



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