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Pasco County Senior All-Star Football Game set for Friday

The fifth annual game will be held at Sunlake High.
River Ridge's Travis Hawks is one of six Royal Knights playing in the all-star game. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
River Ridge's Travis Hawks is one of six Royal Knights playing in the all-star game. [LUIS SANTANA | Times]
Published Dec. 13, 2019

When/where: 7 p.m. Friday; Sunlake High

Cost: $10 admission; $5 parking

Format: The game is for public and private school seniors. The teams were selected by county coaches.

East roster

Cypress Creek: Jovani Addison, Sebastian Bramonte, Noah Smith, Jalen Warren, Nick Whittington; Land O’Lakes: Ethan Forrester; Pasco: Desmin Green, Juan Herrera, Ivory Lopey, Jordan McLaughlin, Rubin Pickett, Cody Rand, Darrion Robinson; Wesley Chapel: Isaiah Cole, Tyson Gillott, Quay Jones, Brenden Maddox, Fletcher Martin, Jelani Vassell, Jehlani Warren; Wiregrass Ranch: Robert Gibb, Josh Hood, Isaiah Miller, Nate Miller, Steven Mira, Jonavon Tillis, Keith Walker; Zephyrhills Christian: Tyler Davis, Malik Jones, Jose Martinez; Zephyrhills: Tyler Hayes, Cole Johnson, A.J. Mathis, Bobby Reidenbach, Zion Williams, Demetris Wright.

West roster

Anclote: Brice Arlt, Ricky Hall, Adam Hardy, Breon Jackson, Demetrik Jenkins, Alvin Williams; Bishop McLaughlin: Marcus Bezerra; Fivay: Dion Denmark, Elijah Colon-Gotwalt, Bryan Hair, Nicholas Iovino, Kenny Richards, Jaqueze Richardson, Nazavious Williams; Gulf: Kayne Clark, Eddie Petchulis; Hudson: Dougie Blanton, William Akousso-Harvey, Brad Kidwell, Ricky Stoffer, Josh Wood; Mitchell: Nick Garcia, Noah Midthun, Johnathan Nelson, Ethan Phelps, Nick Voyer; River Ridge: Travis Hawks, Ryan Grosso, Ryan Reiche, Anthony Roussos, Ben Smith, Quinton Stedman; Sunlake: Anthony Daher, Hunter Feiden, David Meyer, Damian Riewold, Zach Spicer, Cayman Wiseman.

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