Space Coast Takes On Treasure Coast In All-Star Football Tonight

By  //  January 23, 2015

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The Space Coast will take on the Treasure Coast in the Second Annual Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game on Friday night at Vero Beach High School.

The Space Coast will take on the Treasure Coast in the Second Annual Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game on Friday night at Vero Beach High School.

Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Space Coast will take on the Treasure Coast in the Second Annual Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game on Friday night at Vero Beach High School. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

Last year, Eau Gallie Coach Tim Powers lead the Space Coast over the Treasure Coast 27-12 in the First Annual Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game, also at Vero Beach High School.

The 2015 Space Coast coaching staff includes Head Coach Mark Ainsley of Heritage,  Russ Rothar of Heritage, Kevin Mays of Viera, Frank Ochoa-Gonzales of Cocoa Beach, Nate Hooks of Holy Trinity, Bryan Peay of Rockledge, Mike Vogt of Mel High, Guy Schnaars of Merritt Island, Tim Powers of Eau Gallie, D. Smith of Viera, Matt Diesel of Titusville and Randy Hallock of Astronaut.

2015 SPACE COAST ALL STAR FOOTBALL ROSTER

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ALL-STAR GAMES PROVIDE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Coaches and recruiters from all parts of the nation attended the games over the years, and as a result, the Brevard County All-Star Football Game has been directly responsible for dozens of players being offered full-ride football scholarships.

The game, which includes seniors only, replaced the Brevard County North vs. South game tradition, which began in 1996.

The long-running all-star game also gave hundreds of players over the last 16 years the chance to be able to play in one last high school game to cap off their high school careers.

Rae Kameka

Rae Kameka

“Football fans are excited to see Brevard high school athletes compete against the Treasure Coast, who has players from a higher classification,” said prep football expert analyst Rae Kameka.

“Which area plays the best football? Who has the better athletes? Is there a big difference in classification? These questions will be answered at Vero Beach High under the lights tonight,” said Kameka.


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