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All-Stars Meet At Lexington High School
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Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 5/20/2013

Coming up on Saturday, June 22nd at 7pm it's the 28th annual Buckeye Superstore/McDonald's Football All-Star Game.  80 players from 24 schools will play in their final high school football game at Lexington.  Coaches and players came together on Sunday at Lexington for a meet and greet so-to-speak and with each team having only four days of practice starting on June 17th, one of the things coaches want to do is make things uncomplicated. Madison's Sean Conway (10-2, playoffs in 2012) is the head coach of the North squad which is made up of players from Madison, Plymouth, Shelby, New London, Hillsdale, Willard, Wynford, Buckeye Central, Mohawk, Loudonville, Norwalk St.Paul and Upper Sandusky.  The South squad will be coached by Colonel Crawford's Ryan Teglovic (8-3, playoffs in 2012) with players from Col.Crawford, Danville, Mansfield Senior, Highland, Fredericktown, Mt.Gilead, Clear Fork, Bucyrus, Lexington, Lucas and Ontario.  
   
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