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North vs. South All-Star Game

Jul 22, 2013 -- 1:03pm

 

South All-Stars Shine in Dominant Win Over North All-Stars

Conner Senger from Milwaukee Pius XI takes home MVP honors

 

By: Tyler Zavadsky      Twitter:@TylerZonESPN

 

     Conner Senger from Milwaukee Pius XI stole the show for the South and led his teammates to a 47-19 victory in the 2013 WFCA Large School All-Star Game on Saturday.

     Senger completed 8 of 10 passes for 179 yards and finished the game with four touchdown through the air while also leading the South in rushing with 49 yards on four carries. 

     Ty Dennis, a Burlington native, led the South team in receiving with 127 yards and a touchdown grab midway through the first quarter that helped the South establish a 27-6 lead over the North after the first quarter. A lead that would last all the way through halftime. 

     In the second half it was much of the same story. The South continued to punish the North, adding two more Senger touchdown passes as well as a rushing touchdown 

by Adihia Bell out of Wisconsin Lutheran to close out the game. 

 

     Local talent also took center stage in the North vs. South All-Star game as well. Many players from the Madison, Janesville and surrounding communities had key roles in the game and had significant impacts on the outcome. 

     Randy Jones from Sun Prairie and Aidan McNamara out of Madison West played  a key part on the offensive line in protecting the South’s quarterbacks who threw for a combined 330 yards. Jones and McNamara also paved the way for the rushers on the South who amassed 127 yards on the ground. 

     Two Janesville players helped solidify the South defense in the dominant win. 

     Tyler Brooks from Janesville Parker played defensive back for the South and finished the day with two tackles and a pass deflection. 

     Paul Foster from Janesville Craig finished tied for third on the team in tackles with four, along with a tackle for loss as he was solid up the middle at linebacker. 

     Verona’s Bilal Louzati also played linebacker and finished with three tackles on the day. Joe Ferguson from Madison Memorial also finished with three tackles along with a pass deflection playing safety for the South. 

     

     The victory made it two in a row for the South team after last years blow out win over the North, 37-0. 

 

By: Tyler Zavadsky      Twitter:@TylerZonESPN

 

 

 

 

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