Dome All-Star Game Features Area Players

Monday, December 16, 2013

Chattanooga area football players are excited about playing Saturday, Dec. 21 in the Georgia Dome as part of the all-day DL Scott Coalition Bowl Youth Championships and High School Junior and Senior All Star Games.


Many of the Class of 2014 high school seniors from the area have been selected to play for the North team coached by North Murray's David "Goo" Gann.


The North Georgia and Central Georgia stars play at 1:30, with East Metro Atlanta graduating seniors and West Metro Atlanta playing at 7:45 PM.  


Coach Jamey Jones' Scenic City Stars 10-under team from East Ridge, is scheduled to play an East Metro Titans squad coached by event originator/sponsor, Dr. David L. Scott at noon.


The senior stars from Central Georgia, led by University of Georgia safety Trey Matthews, defeated the North stars 10-0 in the 2012 game.


In the 12-year-old game last December, the Calhoun Yellow Jackets defeated the East Ridge, Tenn. Mustangs 21-14 in a thriller.


The All-star game Saturday will again have a North squad made up of players from Catoosa, Walker, Dade, Whitfield, Gordon, Chattooga, Murray, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Cherokee, Bartow, Floyd and Dawson counties against a Central squad that includes players from Carroll, Douglas, Coweta and Troup counties.


North Georgia defensive coordinator Cortnee Braswell said Sunday after watching practice in Chatsworth that he was impressed with the athleticism of the team.

"In the past few years I have coached in a lot of all-star games and this is by far the best looking group of athletes I've seen," Braswell said.  

Ringgold stars who helped carry the Tigers to the first semifinals appearance in school history headline the North stars.


Quarterback Slade Dale, DB Christian Plott, OLB Dakota Baer, OL Ryan Emmer and TE Dallas McGhee are representing Ringgold.


Dale, who is North Georgia's answer to "Johnny Football," has signed to play baseball at Georgia. Dale rushed for 1,186 yards and 19 touchdowns and passed for 1,665 yards and 17 TDs.


Ridgeland has three players, who helped lead the Panthers to the Class AAAA state title game, selected to play in the Dome. DL Jermaine Conyers, who has committed to Indiana, is joined by DB Dillon Peterman and RB Noah Cooper.


Other Chattanooga area players in the game are: LB Lyle Durham (Dalton), DB Mikey Williams (Dade County), DE Triston Evans (LFO), DB Jacob Gilbert (LFO), DL Isaiah Mack (Northwest Whitfield), CB Tevin McDanial (Northwest Whitfield), WR Andy Whisenant (Northwest Whitfield), OLB John Chastain (North Murray), OL Jordan Ray (North Murray), DE Jacob Mitchell (Gordon Central), OL Bret Peterson (Trion), WR Nich Bartley (Christian Heritage) and RB Tydus Curtis (Calhoun).


Dr. Scott said that the Coalition Bowl Senior All-Star Game, "Is to reward participants for their outstanding effort, commitment, and dedication to Georgia high school football."

The veteran youth coach has had his former players participate in his All-star games and go on to play in college. He provides this event to give the student athletes in Georgia a showcase for their talents in an effort to increase scholarship opportunities.

In addition to its High School All-star games, the David L Scott Coalition Bowl is host to one of the country’s premier post season Youth Football Tournaments. The top youth football teams in Georgia (ages 6u, 8u, 10u, 12u) kick off at 8:00 AM with championship games in the Dome.

Coalition Bowl Youth Bowl & Georgia Junior and Senior All-Star Games
Where:
Georgia Dome
When: Dec. 21
Admission:
$22.50 (for all day)
Fact: Only Georgia All-star Game played in the Dome
Practice Schedule: 6 PM Mon-Thurs North Murray
Information:
www.dlscottcoalitionbowl.com
For more info: Stump Martin stumponsports@aol.com or 423-421-2595
Schedule: 8:00 am - (6U) Atlanta Vikings vs Eastway Cherokees;  

9:00 am - (12U) North Henry Tigers vs  Athens Rams;

10:00 am - (8U) Sandtown Vikings vs Decatur Army;

11:00 am - (10U) Central DeKalb Jaguars vs Edgewood Red Devils;

12:00 pm - (10U) East Metro Titans vs the Scenic City Stars;

1:30 pm - North All Stars vs. Central All Stars

4:00 Atlanta Junior All Stars vs the Augusta All Stars

6:30 pm - (12U) Welcome All Panthers vs Jonesboro Ducks

7:45 pm - East All Stars vs. West All Stars  

2013 North All-Star Roster

DL Scott High School Senior All Star Game

Georgia Dome 1:30 Saturday Dec. 21

North Georgia vs Central Georgia


1.     

Adairsville                  Lavette, Sheldon

2.      Adairsville                  Pitt, Demetrices

3.      Calhoun                      Curtis, Tydus

4.      Cartersville                 Barden, Brooks

5.      Cartersville                 Barnes, Alex

6.      Cartersville                 Ford, TL

7.      Cartersville                 Gray, Gordon

8.      Cartersville                 Henderson, Devin

9.      Cartersville                 House, Jesse

10.  Cartersville                 Quattlebuam, Mark

11.  Chattooga                  Byars, Devan

12.  Christian Heritage     Bartley, Nich

13.  Dade Co.                     Williams, Mikey

14.  Dalton                         Durham, Lyle

15.  Darlington                  Hayworth, Travis

16.  Darlington                  Peters, Sloan

17.  Dawson County         Putnam, Jackson

18.  East Paulding             Christian, Connor

19.  Gordon Central          Mitchell, Jacob

20.  LFO                              Evans, Tristan

21.  LFO                              Gilbert, Jacob

22.  Model                         Brown, James

23.  North Murray                        Chastain, John

24.  North Murray                        Ray, Jordan

25.  Northwest                  Mack, Isaiah

26.  Northwest                  McDaniel, Tevin

27.  Northwest                  Whisenant, Andy

28.  Pepperell                    Owen, Hayden

29.  Pickens Co.                 Brumby, Tanner

30.  Pickens Co.                 Howard,Thomas

31.  Ridgeland                   Conyers, Jermaine

32.  Ridgeland                   Cooper, Noah

33.  Ridgeland                   Peterman, Dillion

34.  Ringgold                     Baer, Dakota

35.  Ringgold                     Dale, Slade

36.  Ringgold                     Emmer, Ryan

37.  Ringgold                     McGhee, Dallas

38.  Ringgold                     Plott, Chris

39.  River Ridge                 Egan, James

40.  Rome                          Griffin, Frank

41.  Rome                          Kirksey, Aaron

42.  Sequoyah                   Brown, Austin

43.  Sequoyah                   Collins, Curtis

44.  Sequoyah                   McKune, Daniel

45.  Sonoraville                 Slaton, Andrew

46.  Trion                           Peterson, Bret

47.  Woodland                  Stocks, Qua

48.  Adairsville                  Austin Harris

49.  James Brown              Model


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