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Shrine Bowl Announces 2018 Rosters

Kansas Shrine Bowl Announces 2018 Players and Coaches

Nemaha Central’s Seitz and Goddard’s Vang set to lead All-Star lineups

 

KANSAS– The Kansas Shrine Bowl Board of Directors would like to announce the East and West teams for the 2018 Kansas Shrine Bowl. These players have been invited to participate in the 45th Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl to be played at Carnie Smith Stadium on the campus of Pittsburg State University on July 28th, 2018 at 7:00 pm.

The 2018 Head Coaches for Kansas Shrine Bowl are Nemaha Central’s Warren Seitz, leading the East Team and Goddard’s Scott Vang, leading the West. Both coaches will bring a unique perspective into this year’s game, as both competed in the Kansas Shrine Bowl. Warren Sietz played for the East in the 1981 game representing Topeka West and Scott Vang played for the West as a graduate of Wichita Northwest. “There are players from every level and they get the chance to shine at the Kansas Shrine Bowl,” said Coach Seitz. “That’s one of the many things that makes this such a special game.”

The Assistant coaches for the East team are; Walt Alexander, Topeka High; Tom Nickelson, Pittsburg; Mark Smith, Frontenac; Garrett Michael, Sabetha and Shawn Seematter, St. Mary’s-Colgan (Pittsburg). Assistant coaches for the West team are; Steve Martin, Wichita Northwest; Dusty Trail, Bishop Carroll; Tim Lambert, Smoky Valley; Tyson Bauerle, Hesston; Darren Sasse, Smith Center. (Full List of Players Below)

“We are very excited about the great group of young men selected for this year’s game,” said B.J. Harris, Executive Director of the Kansas Shrine Bowl. “These players and coaches now have an incredible opportunity ahead of them, one that is sure to have a lasting impact in their life.” 

All Shrine Bowl events are produced and presented to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children [SHC]. SHC is a health care system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care, innovative research, and outstanding teaching programs for medical professionals. Children up to the age of 18 are eligible for care and receive all services in a family-centered environment, regardless of the patients’ ability to pay. The 45th Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl will be played Saturday, July 28th, 2018, in Pittsburg, Kansas, at Carnie Smith Stadium on the campus of Pittsburg State University.  Kickoff will be at 7:00 pm.  Tickets and additional information are available at www.kansasshrinebowl.com or by calling 800-530-5524.

 

For more information contact B.J. Harris at 913-602-4359 or director@kansasshrinebowl.com

 

2018 Kansas Shrine Bowl East Team

First

Last

Squad

School

Class

Anthony

Albertini

East

St Paul

8-Man

Nick

Allen

East

Blue Valley Southwest

5A

KeShaun

Anderson

East

Labette County

4A

Wyatt

Beyer

East

Sabetha

3A

Jack

Blumer

East

Marysville

3A

Josh

Boyd

East

Silver Lake

3A

Andrew

Callahan

East

Fort Scott

4A

Chase

Curtis

East

Pittsburg

5A

Eric

Dooley

East

Olathe North

6A

Sam

Eddington

East

Columbus

4A

Jared

Flood

East

St. Thomas Aquinas

5A

Gage

Foster

East

Lawrence Free State

6A

Dylan

Freberg

East

Blue Valley North

6A

Anthony

Geist

East

Wellsville

3A

Broc

Ginavan

East

Frontenac

4A

Jacob

Glendinning

East

Washburn Rural

6A

Mitchell

Grissom

East

Mill Valley

5A

Jackson

Heath

East

Blue Valley Northwest

6A

Mitchell

Henry

East

Nemaha Central

3A

Cade

Holmes

East

Shawnee Heights

5A

Dante

Jackson

East

Lawrence

6A

Connor

Jeffers

East

Burlington

4A

Marshall

Kellner

East

De Soto

4A

Tristan

Lee

East

Burlingame

8-Man

Trevor

Little

East

Galena

3A

Tanner

Matthias

East

Topeka

6A

Camron

Mitchell-Johnson

East

Olathe East

6A

Jonathan

Olsson

East

Emporia

5A

Brent

Peavler

East

Topeka-Hayden

4A

Carter

Putz

East

Bishop Miege

4A

Damon

Schmidt

East

Olpe

2A

Dexton

Swinehart

East

Lyndon

2A

Ivan

Webb

East

KC Schlagle

5A

Max

Wilson

East

St. Mary’s – Colgan

2A

East Coaches

 

 

 

Warren

Seitz

East

Nemaha Central

Head Coach

Walt

Alexander

East

Topeka 

6A

Tom 

Nickelson

East

Pittsburg

5A

Mark

Smith

East

Frontenac

4A

Garrett

Michael

East

Sabetha

3A

Shawn

Seematter

East

St. Mary’s – Colgan

2A

 

2018 Kansas Shrine Bowl West Team

First

Last

Squad

School

Class

Kyle

Anderson

West

Smoky Valley

4A

Levi

Archer

West

Goodland

4A

Neal

Bever

West

Sedgwick

2A

Andrew

Brautman

West

Arkansas City

5A

Garrett

Bridwell

West

Wichita Northwest

6A

Jhet

Burkhart

West

Buhler

4A

Tate

Busse

West

St. Francis

8-Man

Xavier

Cason

West

Junction City

6A

Nick

Channel

West

Kapaun Mt. Carmel

5A

Aaron

Clark

West

Great Bend

5A

Kirk

Coomes

West

Phillipsburg

3A

Mac

Copeland

West

Wichita Collegiate

4A

Dalton

Cross

West

Valley Center

5A

Demarcus

Elliott

West

Garden City

6A

Carlos

Emanuel

West

Hanover

8-Man

Grant

Fairchild

West

Andale

4A

Hayden

Gillum

West

Plainville

2A

Nik

Grubbs

West

Manhattan

6A

Federico

Harvey Jr

West

Haysville Campus

6A

Braden

Howell

West

Bishop Carroll

5A

Tanner

King

West

Goddard Eisenhower

5A

Brody

Kooser

West

Derby

6A

Dalton

Kuhn

West

Smith Center

2A

Peyton

Lane

West

Clay Center

4A

Matthew

Lange

West

Conway Springs

3A

Reese

Nebel

West

Hesston

3A

Jayden

Price

West

Mulvane

4A

Chance

Rodriguez

West

Holcomb

4A

Josh

Seabolt

West

Cimmaron

3A

Wyatt

Seidl

West

McPherson

4A

Luis

Sotelo

West

Salina Central

5A

AJ

Vang

West

Goddard

5A

Dalen

Williams

West

Wichita Heights

5A

Dawson

Williams

West

Dodge City

6A

West Coaches

Scott

Vang

West

Goddard

Head Coach

Steve

Martin

West

Wichita Northwest

6A

Dusty

Trail

West

Bishop Carroll

5A

Tim

Lambert

West

Smoky Valley

4A

Tyson

Bauerle

West

Heston

3A

Darren

Sasse

West

Smith Center

2A