Treasure Coast Nips Space Coast 10-7 In All-Star Football

By  //  January 24, 2015

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played Friday night at Vero Beach High School

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The Treasure Coast nipped the Space Coast 10-7 in the Second Annual Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game that was played on Friday night at Vero Beach High School. (SpaceCoastDaily.com/Zach Clark image)

Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Treasure Coast nipped the Space Coast 10-7 in the Second Annual Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game that was played on Friday night at Vero Beach High School. 

In a fierce defensive battle, the Treasure Coast kicked a late 23-yard field goal to defeat the Space Coast, and evened the All-Star Series at 1-1.

After Space Coast missed a 27-yard field goal in the first minute of the fourth quarter, Nehari Crawford’s 49-yard catch-and-run on a pass from Treasure Coast QB Jordan set up the game-winning field goal.

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.

ABOVE VIDEO: Head Coach Mark Ainsley of Heritage talks about his team’s performance in the second annual Florida East Coast Prep Football All-Star Game played Friday night at Vero Beach High School

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In a fierce defensive battle, the Treasure Coast kicked a late 27-yard field goal to defeat the Space Coast, and evened the All-Star Series at 1-1. (SpaceCoastDaily.com/Zach Clark image)

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.

Rae Kameka

Rae Kameka

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.

“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.

Scoreboard: Florida East Coast All-Star Game

First Quarter
• SPACE COAST: Devin Cannon 47 pass from Devin Lormand (Lormand kick), 4:19

Second Quarter
• TREASURE COAST: Nehari Crawford 15 pass from Jordan Watkins (Arron Kuh kick), 9:08

Third Quarter
No scoring

Fourth Quarter
• TREASURE COAST: Arron Kuh, 23 FG, 0:00

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