Monday night in Terre Haute, Indiana, America got its second taste of high school football since the coronavirus pandemic began. Monday night, graduated seniors from Illinois and Indiana took part in the 16th annual Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star High School Football Game.
The Gold Division Stars beat the Black Division All-Stars 14-0 in a game that was postponed from Saturday night due to thunderstorms. The game is normally played at Indiana State’s Memorial Stadium, but was moved to Boys and Girls Club Park in Terre Haute.
Just like he did at North Vermillion, Brennan Ellis controlled the Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star game throwing for the games only two scores to AJ Sanders and Kalib Lawrence pic.twitter.com/ldHcwS7cXv— Rick Semmler (@Rick_Sports10) July 14, 2020
The Gold Division heard all the trash talk all week from the Black Division. Ethan Burgess, Brennan Ellis and Eli Royal from the Gold Team said they let their play do the talking in a 14-0 win in WVFCA All-Star game pic.twitter.com/gw3Zu06O6t— Rick Semmler (@Rick_Sports10) July 14, 2020
North Vermillion state champion football coach Brian Crabtree with a strong message with season up in air a month out "Vermillion County and WRC is not Marion County. What's happening in Marion County and being a hot bed. We don't have those same numbers in our rural areas". pic.twitter.com/gcBC41UDTg— Rick Semmler (@Rick_Sports10) July 14, 2020
There was no announcement on the attendance Monday night.
Last night’s game was second high school football all-star game played since Saturday when the 62nd annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl was played before nearly 2,500 fans.
The Kansas Shrine Bowl will be played Saturday night with 2,000 fans allowed to attend the game.