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Incoming Patriot League Players In High School All-Star Games

(Photo Credit: Diane Cebula/The Hampton Roads Daily Press)

Tonight might be the official "kick-off" of Pennsylvania high school all-star games for 2010.  The 36th annual City All-Star Football Game, pitting the Public All-Stars against the Non-Public All Stars, is being played at the Linc this evening starting at 7:00PM.

There aren't any members of Lehigh's incoming class playing in this particular all-star game, but incoming Colgate freshman WR Siddiq Cornish will be playing for the public all-stars.

I thought it might be an interesting blog post to list all the members of Patriot League football classes of 2010 and what all-star games they are scheduled to play in. So here goes. (more)


(Before I get in a whole heap of trouble here: I would like everybody to note that this is a work-in-progress.  It's a daunting task to get information about all the all-star games around the fifty states!  Add a comment to this blog posting if I'm missing any incoming Patriot League player who has played in an all-star game this year, past or present.)

(Much thanks goes to Eastern PA Football, which gave me a huge starting point to all the roster information.)

(Also note: Rosters are subject to change, even up until the last moment!)

December 19th, 2009
Maryland Crab Bowl (Johnny Unitas Stadium, Towson, MD)

Baltimore Roster
P Alex Eckard (Bucknell)

Recap: Washington AS 32, Baltimore AS 21

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January 30th, 2010
Sports Scholarships USA All Star Football Game (11-man), Birmingham High School, Van Nuys, CA)

CIF Southern Section

S/WR Christian Villasenor (Lehigh)


Recap: CIF All Stars Edged By City, 17-8

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March 21st, 2010
Global Bowl 2010 (Amiens, France)

U.S. All Stars
QB/DB Austin Kevitch (Bucknell)

Recap: Kevitch Scores Five TDs in 83-0 Rout of Belgian All-Stars

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May 13th, 2010

City All-Star Football Game

Public Roster
WR Siddiq Cornish (Colgate)

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June 2nd, 2010

Valor Bowl (Teamer Field, Chester County, PA)

East Roster

WR Lee Kurfis (Lehigh)

West Roster

DE Mike Tucker (Holy Cross)

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June 6th, 2010

New Jersey-Northeast All-Star Classic (Rutgers Stadium, Piscataway, NJ)

New Jersey AS Roster


LB Matt Haugh (Lafayette)
DE Brad Bormann (Lafayette)

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NY Upstate/Downstate Football Classic (Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY)

Downstate Roster

K Jack Kelleher (Fordham)
TE Tom Fisher (Fordham)
DE George Apostolopoulos (Fordham) (selected but will not play)

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June 18th, 2010

East-West Game (Mansion Park Stadium, Altoona, PA)

East Roster

WR Dan Cason (Colgate)
TE Greg Kessel (Lafayette)
TE Brian Copeland (Bucknell)
DL Ryan Kuntz (Lehigh)
DE Mike Tucker (Holy Cross)

West Roster

DE Jeff Goyette (Bucknell)
OL Shane Rugg (Lehigh)

Recap: Cason's Star Shines in East With 33-7 Win
Recap: West Defeated by Potent East Offense


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Shriner's Massachusetts Football All-Star Game (Gilette Stadium, Foxboro, MA)

North Roster

OL Patrick Crosby (Lafayette)

South Roster

DB Irvin Scott (Holy Cross)

Recap: Bates, North Fall in All-Star Game 13-7


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June 19th, 2010

Big 33 Game (Hershey Park Stadium, Hershey, PA)

PA All Star Roster

FB Travis Friend (Bucknell)

Recap: Pennsylvania Blows Lead, Loses 18-15


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June 24th, 2010


McDonald's Lehigh Valley All-Star Classic (Andrew Leh Stadium, Nazareth, PA)

Red All Stars

OL/DL Matt Lippincott (Lehigh)
K Chris Rodrigues (Lafayette)

Gold All Stars
OL/DL Alistair Ponzol (Lafayette)


Recap: Defense leads to a 7-7 tie

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June 26th, 2010

CIF Southern Section 8-Man Football All Star Game (Joshua Springs Cavalry Chapel, Yucca Springs, CA)

West Roster

S/WR Christian Villasenor (Lehigh)

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July 1st, 2010


NJ Sunshine Classic All-Star Game (College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ)



West Roster


OL Dan Wilson (Colgate)


Recap: Sparse Turnout for Sunshine Classic, Won by East 27-20

Comments

Anonymous said…
How did Cohen make it through 4 miserable years?
ngineer said…
What are you talking about. He was a great linebacker!!
Anonymous said…
I believe Alex Eckard P/PK is going to Bucknell, not Colgate

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