12 Chattanooga Middle Schoolers Chosen For 9th Annual Tennessee Vs Kentucky Future Stars Football Games

Monday, May 7, 2018

Twelve Chattanooga middle schoolers have been chosen for the 9th Annual Tennessee vs Kentucky Future Stars Football games.

The contests for seventh and eighth graders will be played June 16 at The Toyota Stadium at Georgetown College in Kentucky.

Both teams have 48 players. 

Those making the seventh grade game are Ontario Price of the CYA Chiefs, Kenneth Bell of Baylor,  Kyreese Careathers and London Cross Jr. of the South Chattanooga Cowboys, Elias Smith Jr. and Brycen Sanders of McCallie and Devin Reviere of Normal Park.

Those making the eighth grade game are Kaunyae Burgans, James Howard and Cooper Wick, all of East Hamilton; Giovanni Parks of East Ridge and Daishun Sims of Brown.

Over 450 kids tried out in Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville. 


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