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AISA All-Stars battle under the Friday Night Lights

Story by Griffin Pritchard | Publisher

Photos by CAScoreboard Staff

CRAMTON BOWL (Montgomery) – Football is a sport that – for the student-athlete – once that final whistle blows, it’s over. For the football players in the Alabama Independent School Association, tonight marks the end of an era. The selected seniors arrived in Montgomery earlier in the week and began figuring out the depth chart and special teams’ assignments. Player introductions begin tonight at 6 with kickoff following at 6:30. Since this is essentially the league’s annual end-of-season exhibition game, the quarters are expanded to 15:00 to get everyone a snap or three under the bright Cramton Bowl lights.

The football players are chosen by their coaches and the cheerleaders are selected during the AISA Summer Cheer Camp by members of the AISA and the UCA. 

Breaking down the sides in the annual East-West game, the East is coached by Shane Moye (Lowndes Academy) and features players from the 8-Man, Class A and Class AAA state champions. Evangel, who defeated Springwood in the 8-Man championship game, will be represented by Jordan Sharpe and Nii Addy. The Moye-led Rebels knocked off Jackson in the Class A championship and will be represented by Luke Lovell, Noah Smith and Trey Thomas. Lee-Scott – who has six players selected and is tied with Chambers Academy for the most kids on the team – defeated the aforementioned Gators in the Class AAA finale.

George Meyers, Pete Lanier, Alex Cash, Dalan Bush, Joseph Horne and Quinn Denson will trade in their LSA jerseys for one night only representing the East.

The West All-Stars, coached by Jackson Academy’s Jacob Webb features players from Class AA State Champion Patrician and runners-up Springwood, Jackson Academy and Clarke Prep. The Saints chosen were Cecil Perry, Tate Boykin, Clark Ezell and Jack Gibson.

Last season the West defeated the East 44-33.

Cramton Bowl Gates open at 5 p.m.

Below are the East, West and Cheerleaders chosen to participate in the December 2 festivities.

Founder/Publisher of Central Alabama Scoreboard. Former sportsguy, and managing editor.

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