Minneapolis, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- A St. Scholastica football recruit played every down in the past Saturday's Minnesota high school all-star game at TCF Bank Stadium.
Center Peter Stanley of Rogers High School helped lead the North squad to a 17-7 win over the South, becoming the first-ever CSS football player to participate in the all-star game.
Stanley was the Mississippi 8 Conference offensive lineman of the year during his senior season, and was also an academic all-conference selection.
As a senior, Stanley helped lead the Rogers Royals to the Class AAAA high school championship game, where the team fell to Totino-Grace.
The St. Scholastica football team will open its 2011 season on September 3 with a road game against Lawrence University.
DULUTH CENTRAL'S HAM NAMED NORTH'S OFFENSIVE MVP
Several Northland football stars were on display for the North squad this past Saturday at the 2011 Minnesota high school football all-star game.
One of them was Duluth Central's C.J. Ham, who was named the offensive MVP of the North squad after rushing seven times for 32 yards and catching one pass for 11 yards.
Below are listed the rostered players, and their schools, from the Northland in the 2011 all-star event.
DB Ryan Buria (Mountain Iron-Buhl)
DB Matt Dorholt (Grand Rapids)
DB Cavan Stackpool (Virginia)
RB C.J. Ham (Duluth Central)
OL Austin Lanoue (Moose Lake-Willow River)
Posted by Zach Schneider