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Prep Football Squads Announced For 56th North-South All-Star Game

 

     

North-South All-Star squads for the upcoming 56th AHSAA North-South All-Star Football Game have been selected. The two teams comprised of 2015 seniors were announced by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA) Monday.
      The North-South Game will be played Friday, July 17th  at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. The annual game will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and broadcast by the AHSAA Radio Network.
      The game will be played the week prior to the 2015 AHSAA Summer Conference.
      Head coach for the North is Hubbertville High School Coach Lamar Harris.
South head coach is Carver-Montgomery’s Billy Gresham.
     
Harris became the head football coach at Class 1A Hubbertville in the fall of 1979 where he has remained the past 38 seasons. His tenure at Hubbertville is one of the longest of all-time in Alabama high school football history. He has a 219-188 career record including 14-1 last season, best in school history. His team lost in the Class 1A state finals at Auburn’s Jordan-Hare Stadium to Maplesville in 2014. Twenty-five of his teams have advanced to the AHSAA state playoffs.
        Harris coached in the 1999 state North-South all-star football game. He was inducted into the Alabama High School Athletic Association's Hall of Fame.
        One of the AHSAA’s most versatile coaches, Harris has also served as Hubbertville’s softball coach for 16 years with three state championships and a 403-135 record. He coached girls' basketball for 23 years and captured two state titles with an overall record of 293-170. His 24 boys' basketball teams have won four area crowns. |
        Gresham Billy Gresham will be entering his fifth season as head football coach. He has compiled a record of 38-12 over the last four seasons. His teams have qualified for the playoffs every year, reaching the semifinals in 2012 and quarterfinals in 2013. Carver has won two region titles (2012 and 2014) under his reign. He served as defensive coordinator for three years at Carver before being named head coach in 2011. His overall record at Carver is 69-19 as defensive coordinator and head coach.
       
The South holds a 30-23-2 edge in the North-South series which began in 1948. The South won 20-12 last year.
      Seven players who helped their teams win state championships last December have been selected to play for the North squad in this summer’s game, including Fyffe running back Austin Stiefel, who was named MVP of the Class 2A championship game. He finished the year with over 2,300 yards rushing and 47 touchdowns scored including 46 rushing.
      Others selected for the North squad from state championship teams are offensive lineman Jeremy Clark, linebacker Tyler Wright and defensive back Jacoby Lockhart of Leeds, defensive lineman Jordan Sharbutt and offensive lineman Tyon Hardy of Clay-Chalkville and place-kicker Nathan Geis of Madison Academy, one of the most prolific kickers in AHSAA history.
      South players selected who played in state championship games last year include defensive back Wade Castle of Class 3A Dale County, defensive lineman Ricky Franklin and wide receiver Seth Knotts of Class 7A Prattville and linebacker Tyler Armstrong of Class 1A champion Maplesville. Gresham’s own Carver linebacker Sirderrick Banks is also in the game.
      Coaches named to Gresham’s South staff are Deric Scott of Vigor, Nathan McDaniel of Baldwin County, Pate Harrison of Dale County, Ashley Kilcrease of Brantley, Maurice Heard of B.T. Washington, Tim Perry of Wetumpka and Michael Summers of Alabama Christian, who will serve as administrative coach.
      Named to the Harris’ North staff are Mark Hastings of Oakman, Scott Mansell of Hueytown, Larry Strain of Handley, Jason Howard of Spring Garden, Danny Miller of Hanceville, Mike Bates of Holly Pond and Darby Palmer of Alabama Christian, the North administrative coach.
      The AHSADCA operates under the auspices of the Alabama High School Athletic Association. Membership includes coaches of all AHSAA sports as well as administrators of member schools.

        The rosters:

2015 FOOTBALL ROSTERS

NORTH ALL-STAR TEAM

First

Last

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Maurice

Mayo

Homewood

ATH

5'7

165

Thomas

Ozmint

Glencoe

DB

6'0

200

Ja'mal

Jackson

Hartselle

DB

5'8

162

Jacoby

Lockhart

Leeds

DB

5'8

145

Robert

Cooks

McAdory

DB

5'10

160

John

Coger

Oakman

DB

6'0

170

Jordan

Sharbutt

Clay-Chalkville

DL

6'0

250

Dontrez

Green

Mortimer Jordan

DL

6'3

230

Hollis

Abernathy

Muscle Shoals

DL

5'10

280

Blake

Wood

Wilson

DL

6'1

260

Nathan

Geis

Madison Academy

K

5'8

160

Carson

Styles

Bob Jones

LB

5'10

196

KeVontae

Hayes

Decatur

LB

5'10

215

Tyler

Wright

Leeds

LB

5'9

214

Jacob

Hamilton

Russellville

LB

6'1

215

MauTaveus

Young

Saks

LB

6'2

230

Landon

Machristie

Walter Wellborn

LB

6'1

215

Nathan

Cunningham

Pinson Valley

LB

6'1

225

Colby

Seymoure

Buckhorn

OL

6'4

312

Call

Dyer

Gordo

OL

6'4

350

Jordan

Ives

Lamar County

OL

6'3

300

Jeremy

Clark

Leeds

OL

6'1

275

Nick

Deluna

Muscle Shoals

OL

6'2

260

Hunter

Barclay

Ohatchee

DL

6'2

275

Austin

Kilgore

Saks

OL

6'1

260

Tyon

Hardy

Clay-Chalkville

OL

6'0

215

Mike

Bernier

Bob Jones

P

6'2

215

Blake

Hawkins

Florence

QB

6'5

218

Brickton

Pugh

East Limestone

QB

6'1

182

Austin

Stiefel

Fyffe

RB

6'0

185

Gabe

Ford

Gadsden City

RB

6'1

215

Jeremy

Denton

Lamar County

RB

6'3

235

Jason

Futrell

Wilson

RB

5'10

170

Jaylan

Jackson

Hartselle

WR

5'9

170

Tyler

Crumpton

Phillips

WR

6'4

175

Eddie

Williams

Tuscaloosa County

WR

6'2

192

Kevin

Greene

Vincent

WR

6'1

170

COACHES

Lamar

Harris

Hubbertville, Head

Mark

Hastings

Oakman

Scott

Mansell

Hueytown

Larry

Strain

Handley

Jason

Howard

Spring Garden

Danny

Miller

Hanceville

Mike

Bates

Holly Pond

Darby

Palmer

Alabama Christian, Adm.

SOUTH ALL-STAR TEAM

First

Last

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Luke

Phillips

St. Luke's

ATH

6'1

190

Morgan

Baker

Spanish Fort

DB

6'0

190

Wade

Castle

Dale County

DB

5'9

172

Willie

Ezell

Stanhope Elmore

DB

6'0

190

Wendell

Harris

Foley

DB

5'9

178

Bryce

Nettles

Baldwin County

DB

5'11

160

Maurice

Cole

Spanish Fort

DL

6'2

230

Ricky

Franklin

Prattville

DL

6'2

272

Jay

Hughes-Buford

Daphne

DL

6'1

240

Isaac

Nickson

Pike County

DL

6'4

255

Camarcus

Williams

Central - Phenix City

DL

6'3

260

Jose

Mendoza

Foley

K

6'0

150

Tyler

Armstrong

Maplesville

LB

6'1

200

Sirderrick

Banks

Carver - Montgomery

LB

5'9

197

Cameron

Compton

Wetumpka

LB

6'2

215

Jamerious

Miles

Washington, B. T.

LB

5'8

215

Skylar

Mosley

Saraland

LB

6'1

205

Mykhael

Sanford

Daphne

LB

5'10

195

Joshua

Smiley

Lee, R. E.

LB

6'0

210

Cullen

Bush

Brantley

OL

6'3

315

Landon

Davidson

Baker

OL

6'4

290

Ezra

Lane

Stanhope Elmore

OL

6'2

320

Christian

London

Charles Henderson

OL

6'3

280

Ezekiel

Mayblen

Theodore

OL

6'5

280

Bryce

Sadler

Northview

OL

6'2

290

Joshua

Williams

Vigor

OL

6'4

300

Austin

Ingram

Charles Henderson

QB

6'0

210

Stephan

Jackson

Fairhope

QB

6'2

218

Ger'Kerry

Jackson

Jeff Davis

RB

5'6

160

Isiah

Long

Dothan

RB

5'8

185

Thomas

Stokes, Jr.

Montgomery Catholic

RB

5'9

195

Decarlos

Tyson

Baldwin County

RB

5'10

240

Khaliq

Jones

Wetumpka

WR

6'0

185

Seth

Knotts

Prattville

WR

6'3

210

LaDarrell

Pettway

Spanish Fort

WR

5'9

155

Johnny

Williams, III

Northview

WR

6'2

190

COACHES

Billy

Gresham

Carver-Montgomery, Head

Deric

Scott

Vigor

Nathan

McDaniel

Baldwin

Pate

Harrison

Dale County

Ashley

Kilcrease

Brantley

Maurice

Heard

B. T. Washington

Tim

Perry

Wetumpka

Michael

Summers

Alabama Christian, Adm.

 




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