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Annual Middle School All-Star Football Game Scheduled For Saturday

The Centennial Bank Middle School Football All-Star Game is scheduled for Saturday, November 6, 2021, in Atwood, Tennessee.
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The Annual Centennial Bank Middle School Football All-Star Game is set for kickoff at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 6, 2021, at West Carroll Junior Senior High School in Atwood, Tennessee. Players from 23 West Tennessee Middle Schools will compete in the contest that attracts fans from across the region.

“The Middle School Football All-Star Game showcases West Tennessee’s top talent,” said West Carroll High School Head Football Coach, Clayton Morris. “These players have earned their spot in the All-Star Game, and we are looking forward to seeing them on the field!”

The game will feature the North Team vs. the South Team. This year, the North Team will be coached by the Dresden Middle School staff while the South Team will be led by the coaching staff from Henderson County North. Each team will be allowed two weeks for practice.

The North Team will consist of players from Dresden, Dyersburg, Crestview, Three Oaks, McKenzie, Union City, Northview, Lake Road, Lake County, Henry County, Gibson County and Hillcrest.

The South Team will be made up of players from Jackson Christian, Lexington Middle School, Henderson County North, Hardin County, Gibson County, North Parkway, West Carroll, Huntingdon, Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central, Crockett County, Chester County and South Gibson.

This year’s Middle School All-Star game will be broadcast online by the War Eagle Radio Network. Get more information on the official Facebook page for the Middle School All-Star Game –

Players representing Lexington Middle School are Mason Beers, Amarion Arnold, Brayden Bailey, and Dallas Jameson. For Henderson County North, players selected to the team were Will Burke, Brayden Blackburn, Ross McDaniel, and Jayden Fry.

For this and other interesting articles, see the November 3rd edition of The Lexington Progress.

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