North All-Stars 38, South All-Stars 19

 

All-time series record: South leads the overall series 12-10-1 (South leads 4-2 in the North-South series that began in 2011)

 

The All-Star Football Game showcased outstanding senior players from the 2015 high school football season. Players and coaches representing 81 schools and 37 sub-districts participated in this year’s game. They were selected by members of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association.
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43rd ANNUAL MFCA TACKLE CANCER ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME JUNE 25; TRAINING CAMP JUNE 19-25
Full Press Release with Media Instructions

The 43rd Annual MFCA Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game will be held on Saturday June 25, with the kick-off at 1:00 PM. The All-Star Game will be played for the 10th time at Husky Stadium on the campus of the St. Cloud State University. The June 25 All-Star Game will also be the 54th overall in Minnesota high school football history, dating back to 1945.

The All-Star Football Game will showcase outstanding senior players from the 2015 high school football season. Players and coaches representing 83 schools, 17 Districts and 39 Sub-Districts will participate in this year’s game. They were selected by members of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association.

This is the first year that the MSHSL-assigned football scheduling districts and sub-districts are represented in the All-Star Football Game. The districts and sub-districts replaced traditional football conferences beginning with the 2015 high school football season. 

For the sixth consecutive year, the game will feature the North All-Stars vs the South All-Stars. In the 2015 game, the South All-Stars defeated the North All-Stars 21-10 at Husky Stadium.

The South All-Stars lead the current North-South series 4-1. The South All-Stars have won four consecutive games. The South also leads the overall North-South series 12-9-1 after 22 games.

For the fifth consecutive year, the All-Star training camp will be held at St. John’s University. The All-Star training camp dates are Sunday June 19 through Saturday June 25.

TACKLE CANCER ALL-STAR ROSTERS
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COACHES ANNOUNCED FOR 43rd ANNUAL MFCA TACKLE CANCER ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME
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NORTH

Head Coach: Mike Rowe

Keith Cornell - St. Michael-Albertville (2015 Class 5A State Champion, 2014 Butch Nash Award winner)

Tom Develice - Blaine
Tim Knudsen - Maple Lake
Brian Lamppa - Ely
David Rocheleau - Pierz
(2015 Class 3A State Champion, 2014 Butch Nash Awardee)
Jason Telecky - Monticello
Lindsay Wallace - Delano
(2015 Butch Nash Award winner)

SOUTH

Head Coach: Matt Gegenheimer

Bryan Brighton - Plainview-Elgin-Millville
(2014 Butch Nash Award winner)

John Cassellius - Winona
Scott Howell - St. Paul Central
Justin Johnston - Belle Plaine
Ken Klamm - Prior Lake
Mark Madigan - Simley
(2014 Butch Nash Award winner)
Todd Stokke - Lewiston-Altura
(2014 Butch Nash Award winner)

All-Star Alumni in the NFL

Below is a list of Minnesota All-Star Football Game alumni that are currently coaching or playing in the National Football League as of week one of the 2015 NFL season. There are four coaches and nine players for a total of 13.

 

Year

First Name

Last Name

School/City

Team

Position

NFLYR

NFL Team

NFL Position

1957

Tom Y.

Moore

Rochester

South

Back, QB

1977-2015 (39)

Arizona

Offense Consultant

1974

Jerry

Rosburg

Fairmont

South

End

2001-15 (15)

Baltimore

Assistant Coach

1974

Marc

Trestman

St. Louis Park

North

QB

85-91,95-04, 13-15 (20)

Baltimore

Assistant Coach

1989

Andy

Bischoff

St. Paul Central

Metro

OL

2013-15 (3)

Baltimore

Assistant Coach

2002

Matt

Spaeth

St. Michael-Albertville

Outstate

DL, TE

2007-15 (9)

Pittsburgh

TE

2003

Craig

Dahl

Mankato East

Outstate

QB

2007-2015 (9)

NY Giants

DB

2005

Eric

Decker

Rocori

Outstate

WR

2010-15 (6)

NY Jets

WR

2005

Ramon

Humber

Champlin Park

Metro

LB

2009-15 (7)

New Orleans

LB

2005

James

Laurinaitis

Wayzata

Metro

LB

2009-15 (7)

St. Louis

LB

2006

Karl

Klug

Caledonia

Outstate

DE, RB

2011-2015 (5)

Tennessee

DL

2008

Adam 

Thielen

Detroit Lakes

Outstate

WR

2014-15 (2)

Minnesota

WR

2010

Billy

Turner

Mounds View

Metro

OL, OT

2014-15 (2)

Miami

OL

2010

Zach

Zenner

Eagan

Metro

WR

2015 (rookie)

Detroit

RB

The total number of All-Star Game alumni that have played or coached in the NFL is now 86

·         Which All-Star Game produced the most NFL players or coaches? 1974 (5)

·         Three of the All-Star game alumni are coaches with the Baltimore Ravens

 

These nine former Minnesota high school players are also current NFL players. These players did not play in the All-Star Game:

First Name

Last Name

School/City

NFLYR

NFL Team

NFL Position

Beau

Allen

Minnetonka

2014-2015 (2)

Philadelphia

DL

Tom

Compton

Rosemount

2012-2015 (4)

Washington

OL

Larry

Fitzgerald

Academy of Holy Angels

2004-2015 (12)

Arizona

WR

Michael

Floyd

Cretin-Derham Hall

2012-2015 (4)

Arizona

WR

Ra'Shede

Hageman

Minneapolis Washburn

2014-2015 (2)

Atlanta

DL

Ryan

Harris

Cretin-Derham Hall

2007-2015 (8)

Denver

OL

Seantrel

Henderson

Cretin-Derham Hall

2014-2015 (2)

Buffalo

OL

Marcus

Sherels

Rochester John Marshall

2010-2015 (6)

Minnesota

DB, PR

Marcus

Williams

Hopkins

2014-2015 (2)

NY Jets

CB

The total number of former Minnesota high school players that are currently in the NFL is 22.

·         

South All-Stars 21, North All-Stars 10

All-time series record: South leads the overall series 12-9-1

Game Stats      Facts & Figures

The All-Star Football Game showcased outstanding senior players from the 2014 high school football season. Players and coaches representing 77 schools and 27 conferences participated in this year’s game. They were selected by members of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association.

2015 ALL-STAR WEEK IN THE MEDIA

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PLAYERS ANNOUNCED FOR 42nd ANNUAL MFCA TACKLE CANCER ALL-STAR GAME

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he 88 players who will participate in the 42nd Annual MFCA Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game have been announced by the Minnesota Football Coaches Association (MFCA). The All-Star Football Game will showcase outstanding senior players from the 2014 Minnesota high school football season.

 

Players and coaches representing 79 schools and 27 conferences will participate in this year’s game. They were selected by members of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association.

COACHES ANNOUNCED FOR 42nd ANNUAL MFCA TACKLE CANCER ALL-STAR GAME

 Complete Press Release

 

The 16 coaches and two honorary coaches who will participate in the 42nd Annual MFCA Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game have been announced by the Minnesota Football Coaches Association (MFCA). The All-Star Football Game will showcase outstanding senior players from the 2014 Minnesota high school football season.

  

The head coaches for the 2015 MFCA Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game are Derrin Lamker of Osseo (North) and Brian Vossen of Lakeville North (South). Together, they have a combined 15 years of head coaching experience and a combined career head coaching record of 110 wins and 47 losses.

 

SOUTH DEFEATS NORTH 37-22 IN 2014 TACKLE CANCER ALL-STAR GAME

All-time series record: South leads the overall series 11-9-1 
 
The All-Star Football Game showcased outstanding senior players from the 2013 high school football season. Players and coaches representing 83 schools and 29 conferences participated in this year’s game. They were selected by members of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association.
Questions may be directed to Game Director Dave Fritze at 651-230-1007. Game history questions may be directed to Dave Giles at dtkgiles@yahoo.com or 651-274-9359.

 

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