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Published: Friday, June 13, 2014, 5:51 p.m.

Number of Wesco players to play in East/West All-Star football game

  • Lake Stevens running back Austin Otis will play in the East/West All-Star Football Game on June 27.

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    Lake Stevens running back Austin Otis will play in the East/West All-Star Football Game on June 27.

Final rosters for this year's annual East/West All-Star football game were released on Friday. The game takes place June 27 at 7 p.m. at Lions Field in Moses Lake.

Kamiak football head coach Dan Mack leads the West team this year. He will be assisted by Glacier Peak head coach Rory Rosenbach, Kentridge head coach Marty Osborne and Kamiak assistant coaches David Fowler, Mark Iddins and John Mack.

Gonzaga Prep football head coach Dave McKenna will lead the East team.

The 15 Wesco players that made the roster are: Arlington's Max Gray, Marysville Pilchuck's Chris Jones, Dante Fields and Alex Gray, Mountlake Terrace's Brett Potter and Jevin Pahinui, Mount Vernon's Melvin Walser and Robert Monroe, Marysville Getchell's Kaleb Seymer, Lake Stevens' Austin Otis, Snohomish's Spencer Lipke, Glacier Peak's Nick Hensley, Kamiak's Henderson Belk and Stanwood's Alec Scappini.

WEST PLAYERS

Number First Last School HT WT Position

1 Max Gray Arlington 5'11” 170 WR/DB
2 Landyn Milburn Juanita 5'11” 185 WR/LB
3 Hunter Hanay Bishop Blanchet 5'11” 180 Kicker
4 Quincy Carter Kent Meridian 6'1” 195 WR/DB
5 Cole Blackburn Skyline 5'10” 175 WR/DB
6 Chris Jones Marysville Pilchuck5'9” 170 WR/DB
8 Beau Shain Mt Si 6'2” 215 TE/LB
9 Josh Wikel Lake Washington6'2” 195 WR/DB
10 Melvin Walser Mount Vernon 6'4” 190 WR/DB
11 Dante Fields Marysville Pilchuck6'3” 205 OL/DL
12 Kalen Hopkins Mercer Island 5'11” 195 WR/DB
13 Kaleb Seymer Marysville Getchel 6'3” 185 WR/DB
15 Kevin Thomson Auburn Riverside6'3” 180 QB/DB
16 Robert Monroe Mount Vernon 5'11” 175 WR/DB
17 Ian Biddle Woodinville 6'0” 175 WR/DB
18 Alex Gray Marysville Pilchuck6'2” 200 RB/LB
21 Nik Hendricks Shorecrest 5'11” 175 QB/DB
22 Sterling Tate Roosevelt 6' 210 RB/LB
24 Wyatt Shelley Lake Washington5'11” 175 WR/DB
28 Austin Otis Lake Stevens 5'9” 170 RB/LB
44 Joe Glaefke Hazen 6'3” 230 TE/LB
50 Josh Wright Skyline 6'2” 220 OL/DL
52 Brett Potter Mountlake Terrace5'11 215 OL/DL
54 Elijah Suka Tahoma 6'0” 230 OL/LB
55 Spencer Lipke Snohomish 5'11” 250 OL/DL
56 Nick Hensley Glacier Peak 6'2” 260 OL/DL
58 Alec Scappini Stanwood 5'11” 245 OL/DL
60 Andreas Dillard Woodinville 6'5” 245 OL/DL
61 Bradford Kimball Mercer Island 6'3” 245 OL/DL
63 Brandon Kaufman Eastlake 6'0” 225 OL/DL
64 Ronald Seumaala Cleveland 6'2” 350 OL/DL
69 Mason Johnson Kentlake 6'2” 280 OL/DL
74 Kris Singstad Lake Washington6'0” 250 OL/DL
75 Jevin Pahinui Mountlake Terrace6'3” 265 OL/DL
85 Henderson Belk Kamiak 6'4” 220 TE/DE

WEST COACHES

Head Dan Mack Kamiak
Asst. Marty Osborn Kentridge
Asst. Rory Rosenbach Glacier Peak
Asst. David Fowler Kamiak
Asst. John Mack Kamiak
Asst. Mark Iddins Kamiak

EAST PLAYERS

Number First Last School HT WT Position

1 Andrew Black Lewis & Clark 6'0 185 WR/DB
2 Joe Martin Spanaway Lake 6'0 200 RB/LB
3 Joey Zamora Chiawana 6'3 210 QB/DB
4 Jacob Dennis Skyview 5'9 165 WR/DB
5 Jeffrey Winstead Timberline 5'8 200 WR/DB
6 Quinn Zerba N Central 5'9 170 WR/DB
7 Teague James Graham Kapowsin 5'11 185 RB/LB
8 Joey Cassano Auburn Mountainview5'9 185 WR/DB
10 Grady Graff Chiawana 6'0 200 TE/LB
11 Brennon Kaleiwahea Timberline 6'1 210 TE/LB
12 Andrew SchwietermanCentral Kitsap 5'8 165 WR/DB
13 Kevin Thomas Gonzaga Prep 6'3 185 QB/DB a
15 Caleb Lyons Lakes 5'9 185 WR/DB
17 Cole Karstetter Ferris 6'0 180 RB/LB
21 Blake Bishop Chiawana 5'9 180 WR/DB
22 Austin Mace Mt View 5'6 160 RB/LB
24 Colby Cahoon Battle Ground 6'3 185 WR/DB
26 Leon Siofele Union 5'11 205 RB/LB
28 Brett Moser Moses Lake 5'11 160 WR/DB
30 Brandon Montgomery Wilson 5'9 155 WR/DB
32 Isaiah Simpson Wilson 5'11 170 WR/DB
37 Nick Shaber Central Valley 6'0 180 RB/LB
43 Avega Siolo Peninsula 5'8 195 RB/LB
54 Sam Fisher Enumclaw 6'3 275 OL/DL
55 Jake Grantham North Thurston 6'3 240 OL/DL
57 Max Archer Columbia River 5'10 260 OL/DL
58 Michael Garrison Peninsula 6'1 220 OL/DL
62 Dylan Reinhold Timberline 6'2 285 OL/DL
63 Garrett Lawler Skyview 6'3 225 OL/DL
70 Kayden Maughan Chiawana 6'3 260 OL/DL
72 Kade Burns Mt View 6'1 245 OL/DL
75 JD Boden Central Valley 6'3 305 OL/DL
78 Cameron Goenner Bonney Lake 6'3 310 OL/DL
86 Beau Byus Central Valley 6'5 220 TE/LB
90 Jose Jimenez Eisenhower 5'11 245 OL/DL
99 Kalob Rahn Kelso 5'11 215 OL/DL

EAST COACHES

Head Dave McKenna Gonzaga Prep
Asst. Eric Canton South Kitsap
Asst. Bob Cassano Gonzaga Prep
Asst. Nate Graham Gonzaga Prep

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