Oklahoma 8-man Football Coaches Association All-Star Game

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We missed this one, but it’s never too late to talk about the return of high school football during the coronavirus pandemic.

Last weekend, 60 of the best 8-man high school football players hit the field in Miami, Oklahoma for the 18th annual Oklahoma Eight Man Football Coaches Association 8-Man All-Star Football Game at Northeast Oklahoma A&M College.

While we couldn’t find much story of the game itself, we did find the Facebook post with a photo and scholarship winners.

The OEMFCA and it’s sponsors awarded $8,000 in scholarships at this years event. The winners were:
Tabor Budy – Waynoka
Seth Jensen – Maysville
Alex Carter – Sharon Mutual
Damon Caine Jr. – Coyle
Koda Oller – Garber
Noah Miller – Pond Creek Hunter
Gunner Aprill – Maysville
Ella Hume – Keota
Kalissa Wile – Canton
In the photo with the award winners are representatives from the sponsors.
OCO – Keith Clouber
OK Electric Co-op – Kirsten Been
City of Miami & Visit Miami Oklahoma – Mayor Bless Parker
NEO A&M College – Zach Crissup, NEO Golden Norsemen Football
Alert Services – Tony Aguilar

On Saturday, the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association All-Star Game will be played at Oklahoma Baptist University. It will be the fifth all-star high school football game played during COVID-19.

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