Area football players to play in War of the Border


Published: Friday, January 18, 2013 at 8:25 a.m.
Last Modified: Friday, January 18, 2013 at 8:25 a.m.

Thirty-one area senior football players will play for Florida tonight in the annual War of the Border All-Star Game against Georgia at Lowndes High in Valdosta, Ga.

The Florida team has been practicing all week locally at Buchholz, and this will be the second of three games. Orange Park Oakleaf coach and former Bradford coach Derek Chipoletti is Florida’s head coach for this game.

Kickoff is set for 8 p.m.

Just this past Saturday, in Game 1, Florida beat Georgia, 21-14, in Moultrie, Ga. The third game of the all-star series, which will have a different roster, takes place on Feb. 2.

To see a list of area participants, look in the scoreboard section on this page.

High School Football

War of the Border All-Star Game

Tonight at Lowndes High, Valdosta, Ga.

Area roster: D’Karas Fields, WR, P.K. Yonge; Damien Strange, WR, Williston; Mark Cato, QB, Gainesville; Kenny Scott, RB, Buchholz; Cedric Stokes, RB, Trenton; Grant Godwin, PK, Buchholz; Larry Prunty, RB, Gainesville; Michael Mulberry, WR, Fort White; Felix Woods, LB, Columbia; Walter Mabrey, DB, Union County; Freddy Holmes, DB, Gainesville; JR Bass, DB, Lafayette; David Heinkel, DB, Williston; Kiaundric Richardson, LB, P.K. Yonge; Kurt Oehlbeck, LB, Buchholz; Alex Gonzales, LB, Gainesville; Keon Jenkins, LB, Gainesville; Hal Weaver, OL, Suwannee; Murphy Allen, OL, Bradford; James Henderson, OL, Eastside; Joshua Moore, DL, Gainesville; Rick Johnson, OL, Eastside; Laris Page, OL, Union County; Lyndell Hampton, DL, Bradford; Austin Morgan, OL, Bradford; Nicholas Davis, OL/LS, Buchholz; Blair Armagost, DL, Gainesville; Tyus Williams, TE, Williston; Shaquille Johnson, TE, Columbia; Carl Alexander, DL, Union County; Phillip James, DL, Bradford

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