Courtesy Vt. Chapter National Football Foundation
MIDDLEBURY — The top senior high school football players in Vermont will take the gridiron for the 18th annual North-South Senior All-Star Football Game to be held Saturday, November 17, 2018 at Castleton University’s David Wolk Stadium in Castleton, Vt. The rosters for the annual all-star game were announced today.
Kickoff is slated for at 12:30 p.m. for the 18th annual contest that will conclude the fall Vermont high school athletic season. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students, and will be available at the gate starting an hour prior to game time. All proceeds benefit the scholarship and grant programs of the Vermont Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
All 31 of the state’s high school football programs from all three divisions are represented on the rosters, that are subject to change prior to the game. Head coaches are Rich Alercio for the North, and Windsor’s Greg Balch for the South staff.
The 2018 North All-Star roster is: Jared Salls of BFA Fairfax; Cooper Cioffi, Mark Howrigan and Noah Vincellette of BFA St. Albans; Bennett Cheer of Champlain Valley; Mike Blair, Justin Datillio and Bailey Olson of Colchester; Tyler Millette and Keshon Peters of Essex; Kayden Lewis and Fred Thomas of Lyndon; Jake Laware, Colby Mason, Josh McQuinn and Brandan Tinker of Milton; Payton Tardy of Missisquoi Valley; Patrick Burke, Dylan Davis, Jehric Hackney, Mark Howland, Harrison Nicholson-Leombruno and David Seymour of Mt. Mansfield; Kevan Pearsall of Mt. Abraham; Alex Haugwitz and Colby LeMay of North Country; Ryan Byrnes, Evan Eaton, Connor Ritchie, John Rousseau and Andrew Snell of Rice Memorial; Jake Cady, Shawn Guckin, Lamin Latikka and Ren Smith of St. Johnsbury; Sean Clarke, Manny Dodson and Robbie Mafuta of South Burlington/Burlington; Sam Bigglestone, Casey Payette and Corey John of Spaulding; and Ryan Barr, Andrew Proteau, Logan Wedge and Gaige Williams of Union 32. North assistant coaches are Joe Larkin of Rice Memorial; Travis Bugbee and John Lovett of St. Johnsbury; and Mike Dindo, Bob Lamb and Corey Wells of Spaulding.
Here is the 2018 South roster: Braden Maxfield and Reno Tuttle of Bellows Falls; Kris Carroll and Malick Mane of Brattleboro; Jake Baker, Oliver Cazaudumec, Will Frank, Owen King and Jake Nicholson of Burr and Burton; Cam Coloutti, Gabe Ellis, Jake Grenier, Parker Morse, Aaron Szabo and Jesse Tucker of Fair Haven; Nick Cameron, Nick Porter, Riley Packard, Colton Schall and Reece Thompson of Hartford; Spencer Cadoret, Wyatt Cameron, Simon Fischer and Josh Kerr of Middlebury; Marcus Rockwell of Mill River; Ty Evans and Caden Watson of Mount Anthony; Roahan Magee of Mount St. Joseph; Dillion Mackey and Tyler Rowe of Otter Valley; Zachary Koslowsky of Oxbow; Jacob Allen and Cameron Wescott of Poultney; Noah Crossman, Willy Roulette, Lucas Hubbard, Jacob Lorman, Ryan Moore, Dakota Peters and Griffin Plante of Rutland; Deacon Watson of Springfield; Robert Slocum and Gavin Harriman of Windsor; and Gabriel Marsicovetere and Caden White of Woodstock. South assistant coaches are Frank Brown and Matt Empey of Bellows Falls; Chad Pacheco and Todd Pacheco of Brattleboro; Adam Perry of Fair Haven; and Matt Meagher and Jamie Perry of Windsor.