SD HS All-Star Football Game rosters announced

SD HS All-Star Football Game rosters announced

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SD HS All-Star Football Game rosters announced

O'Gorman's Jack Peery (18) and Dodi Makwinja (32) celebrate after scoring against Washington during the Class 11AAA Championship game at the DakotaDome in Vermillion on Sat., Nov. 14, 2015. The two players are set to participate in the South Dakota High School All-Star Football Game on July 9.

O’Gorman’s Jack Peery (18) and Dodi Makwinja (32) celebrate after scoring against Washington during the Class 11AAA Championship game at the DakotaDome in Vermillion on Sat., Nov. 14, 2015. The two players are set to participate in the South Dakota High School All-Star Football Game on July 9.

The rosters for the South Dakota High School Football All-Star game were announced Monday. This year’s game will be played at 1 p.m. on July 9 at the DakotaDome in Vermillion, the first time in the game’s 30-year history that it has been played away from Aberdeen.

The 84 participating players — including 20 Argus Leader Elite 45 honorees and 27 honorable mentions — will gather in Vermillion on July 6 for practices and other events leading up to the game. Athletes had to pay $300 to participate in past years, but that cost has been eliminated for this year’s event.

A number of Sioux Falls-area products will participate in the game, including Luke Fritsch, Jack Peery, Billy Daniel and Dodi Makwinja of Class AAA runner-up O’Gorman. Former Mitchell quarterback Kanin Nelson, who enrolled at South Dakota State for spring practice, is also set to participate. The complete rosters are listed below.

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Red team: Abram Herman (Custer); Alex Gonzales (Tri-Valley); Alex Kortemeyer (Custer); Alex Withrow (Yankton); Anthony Jones (Custer); Austin Barrett (Douglas); Ben Blees (Deubrook); Ben Gustad (Irene-Wakonda); Brady Fiedler (Selby); Brady Johnson (Roosevelt); Brandon Kneebone (Douglas); Brevin Wagner (Tea Area); Broderick Poppinga (De Smet); Clayton Koch (Harding County); Colten Drageset (Stanley County); Colton Hitshew (Douglas); Dane Dornbusch (Howard); Deyshon Davis (Lincoln); Dylan Reiners (Spearfish); Garrett Boylan (Harding County); Jaydn Broughton (Canton); Jeremiah Hopkins (Little Wound); Jerry Kappenman (McCook Central-Montrose); Josh Brown (Dell Rapids St. Mary); Josh Giese (Colman-Egan); Justin Broekemeier (Elk Point-Jefferson); Korder Cropsey (Lyman); Kyle Sim (Lincoln); Lathen Stevens (Edgemont); Logan Busch (Beresford); Masen Oltmanns (Lennox); Matt Larson (De Smet); Matt Ouellette (Vermillion); Preston Benford (Hot Springs); Sam Clark (Baltic); Scott Senftner (Sully Buttes); Shilo Tallman (Little Wound); Tanner Frick (Yankton); Tate Petrack (Bennett County); Tucker Chytka (Belle Fourche); Zach Gors (Tea Area)

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Blue team: Aaron Eggebrecht (Brookings); Alek Keegan (St. Thomas More); Andrew Sorensen (Brandon Valley); Anthony Andera (Aberdeen Roncalli); Austin Getty (Mitchell); Billy Daniel (O’Gorman); Brady Struck (Wolsey-Wessington); Brady Tiede (Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central); Brodie Frederiksen (Madison); Bryce Malsam (Edmunds Central); Carson Kirby (Potter County); Carter Jondahl (Groton); Chase Von Eye (Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central); Cole Thurness (St. Thomas More); Dodi Makwinja (O’Gorman); Garrett Larson (Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central); Gerald Maxwell (Brookings); Grady Grimshaw (St. Thomas More); Griffin Ellison (Dell Rapids); Hunter Hanley (West Central); Hunter Johnson (Wolsey-Wessington); Jack Peery (O’Gorman); Jackson Diede (Menno/Marion); Jordan Carson (Langford); Kanin Nelson (Mitchell); Keegan Van Egdom (Sioux Falls Christian); Kreg Kepplinger (Scotland); Logan Kann (Britton); Luke Fritsch (O’Gorman); Luke Weber (Arlington); Manny Christopher (Roosevelt); Mitch Hansen (Madison); Noah Huber (Clark-Willow Lake); Noah Thurston (Webster); Parker Evans (Chamberlain); Preston Tetzlaff (Brookings); Riley Frazier (Winner); Rogan Head (Crow Creek); Ryder Grantham (Hamlin); Sean Powell (Roosevelt); Tyson Serr (Burke-South Central); Windsor Barry (Winner)

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