Heithoff to Play in Sertoma 8-Man All-Star Football Game Saturday
June 16, 2010 by lmorgan
HASTINGS — The state’s eight-man football coaches have announced rosters for the annual Sertoma 8-Man All-Star game to be played Saturday, June 19, at Hastings College.
Game time is set for 1 p.m. on Saturday at Lloyd Wilson field on the campus of Hastings College.
The West has won the last two games including, a 32–22 victory over the East last year.
Pope John football standout Dylan Heithoff will be a member of the West team. Other members of the team are Charlie Robison, Alma; Gavin Kenney, Amherst; Andrew Christen, Anselmo-Merna; Adam Crouch, Anselmo-Merna; Derek Helms, Arapahoe; Spencer Fecht, Axtell; Grant Gebhardt, Burwell; Skyler Strope, Clearwater/Orchard; Drew Wetovick, Eustis-Farnam; Chad Rokahr, Ewing; Tyler Clifford, Hayes Center; Keifer Messersmith, Hayes Center; Phillip Thramer, Ewing; Trevor Wells, Medicine Valley; Brad Wright, Mullen; Jared Hodgson, Overton; Jack Wardyn, Palmer; Riley Santin, Palmer; Sean Campbell, Pleasanton; Ryan Bristol, Amherst; Cory Valasek, Spalding/SA; Todd Walz, Stapelton/MC; Matt Hoffman, Chambers.
Head coach will be Scott Johnsen of Medicine Valley. His assistants are Bryan Fangmeyer, Anselmo-Merna; Nathan Glause, Palmer; and Kirk Zysset, Medicine Valley.
Members of the East team are Keith Kleensang, Neb. Lutheran; Kalin Koch, Winside; Matt Korus, Humphrey SF; Alex Dose, Hampton; Jordan Gall, Clarkson; Cody Hegemann, Howells; Nick Gaddy, Lewiston; Austin Peters, Hampton; Ryley Mohl, Bancroft-Rosalie; Cody Stewart, Allen; Jake Kaufman, Newman Grove; Austin Gutzmann, Emerson-Hubbard; Dylan Scow, Shelby; Andrew Kurtenbach, Lindsay HF; Garret Svoboda, Lawrence-Nelson; Ryan Boeckman, Wynot; Jordan Pella, Freeman; Dylan Klassen, Humphrey SF; Nick Nipp, Bloomfield; Brian Prusa, Howells; Dennis Hanzel, Humphrey; Matt Zouch, Cedar Rapids; Brian Steffensmeier, Clarkson; Mason Pelchat, Johnson-Brock.
Head coach for the East team is Jim Clarkson of Clarkson. He will be assisted by Russ Schumacher of Lindsay Holy Family, Chris Ardissono of Bruning-Davenport, and Wes Pokorny of Clarkson.