Four Stephens County football players will be representing their schools at the Annual Oklahoma All-Star Eight-Man Football game. Bray-Doyle will be sending three players and Central High will have one.
The Donkeys had their first playoff appearance since 2004 and will be represented by Mark Kilbourn, Justin Miller and Dalton Whitehead in the game to be played in Miami, Oklahoma.
Central High will have Braden Edens representing the Bronchos and all four Stephens County representatives will play on the White Team as they take on the Green Team in the annual tradition.
The week long event will start Tuesday, June 11 and will have over 80 players from across Oklahoma who will participate in the game and various events leading up to the game Saturday evening.
Bray-Doyle head coach Marcus Knight, who is entering his second season with the Donkeys, was proud that three of his players will represent their school.
“It is a well deserved honor for these three young men and they all deserve it. They all had great careers for Bray Doyle High School,” Knight said. “We wish them nothing but the best of luck in their future endeavors. The whole town of Bray and the school is proud of these young men.”
Along with practicing for the game, the players will get a chance to do a press conference style interview for the game and will practice with their team while enjoying a cookout, a hypnotist show, bowling and other events.
The game will take place at Red Robertson Field located at NEO A&M College. The cost for the game is $5 for all ages and can be purchased at the gate on the day of the game.
Gates will open at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15, kickoff will take place at 6 p.m. and will be the 17th year that the city of Miami has hosted the event.