Are you ready for some football?

Seventy of the top player from the Lancaster-Lebanon League are.
The rosters for the fifth L-L League Tri-County All-Star Game, presented by the Manheim Touchdown Club, have been released.
There are 35 players on each roster.
The North team will be coached by Elco’s Mark Evens and the South team will be caoched by Conestoga Valley’s Gerad Novak
The North roster features players from Annville-Cleona, Cedar Crest, Elizabethtown, Elco, Ephrata, Hempfield, Lancaster Catholic, Lebanon, Manheim Central, Manheim Township, Northern Lebanon and Reading.
The South roster features players from Cocalico, Columbia, CV, Donegal, Garden Spot, Lampeter-Strasburg, McCaskey, Penn Manor, Pequea Valley, Solanco, Warwick and Wlison.
The game is set for Saturday, May 27 at 7 p.m. at Hempfield.
Tickets, which will be available at the gate, are $5 for adults and $3 for students.
With six players each, Garden Spot, Hempfield and Manheim Central represented the most.
Columbia, Manheim Township and Penn Manor will allhave five players in the game.
Some of th etop Lancaster County jplayers who will be making their final appearance in a high school football uniform include:
From Section 1- Wide Receiver of the Year Kenvin Aguilera from McCaskey; Offensive and Outstanding Lineman of the Year Doug Macik from Hempfield; Defensive Back of the Year Andy Miller from Manhiem Township; Defensive Lineman of the Year Kyle Uibel from Hempfield; and Linebacker of the Year Sam Nana-Sinkam from Manheim Township.
From Section 2- Offensive Back of the Year jBrandon Miller from Manheim Central; Offensive Lineman of the Year Chad Miller from Cocalico; Linebacker of the Year Nate Mast from Manheim Central; and Wide Receiver, Defensive Bakc and Outstanding Back of the Year Graham Zug from Manheim Central.
And from Section 3- Linebacker of the Year Joe Williams from Columbia.


by Jeffery Reinhart
New Era Sports Writer
March 2006

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