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TSMCA All-Star games this weekend in the Falls

All-Stars line up to run a play in practice Thursday at Hirschi HS / Source: KAUZ All-Stars line up to run a play in practice Thursday at Hirschi HS / Source: KAUZ
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

The Texas 6-Man Coaches Association holds its 2017 All-Star games this Friday and Saturday in Wichita Falls!

The Division I football game will be Friday night at 7:30 at Memorial Stadium, with the Division II game Saturday at the same time and place.

The girls' and boys' basketball games are set for Saturday at noon and 2 p.m., respectively, at MSU's D.L. Ligon Coliseum.

Several local players and coaches are participating in the events.

In the D1 football game, the West team features Knox City's Christian Abila, while the East has Newcastle teammates Levi Martinez and Mikey Walker.

The D2 football game has five Texoma players, all on the East team. Crowell's Tristen Hayes, Javier Aguilera and Tyler Durham will play for their high school coaches Nathan Hayes, Anthony Barrera and Scott Bearden, plus former Crowell coach Reece Walker, now at Whiteface. Harrold's Brady Blakley and Benjamin's Justin Rainwater also will suit up for the East.

In the basketball games, the boys game features Forestburg's Skyler Sandusky for the East and Knox City's Antony Estrada for the West.

The girls' game features Crowell's Michaela Clark for the West, while Gold-Burg's Madi Eckeberger, Newcastle's Holly Manos and Woodson's Victoria Cortez will represent the East.

Click on the video players to hear from Texoma players and coaches about the TSMCA All-Star games!

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