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The Chamber Bowl All-Star Game Puts Players Back on the Field

The North Fulton Forsyth Touchdown Club gives high school seniors from the two counties another chance to impress college scouts.

Students from Forsyth Central, Lambert, North Forsyth, South Forsyth and West Forsyth High schools, including Pinecrest Academy are among the football players taking part in The Chamber Bowl All-Star Game at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 22 at Lambert High School.

Forsyth Central High School

  • Nate Short
  • Ruben Rubio

Lambert High School

  • Daniel Myers
  • Chandler Register
  • Russell Monyette
  • TJ Russell
  • Brock Maxwell

North Forsyth High School

  • Eric Fitzgerald
  • Justin Stanley
  • Colby Gossett
  • Vince Sciorrotta
  • Tanner Short

Pinecrest Academy

  • Jimmy Strom

South Forsyth High School

  • Brandon McKee
  • Michael Scullin
  • Jordan Arnett
  • Jantzen Jeffrey

West Forsyth High School

  • Connor Vandenbos
  • Will Bass
  • Josh Salo
  • Josh Gordon

This game provides seniors with an opportunity to play one last game during their high school career and also serves as an opportunity to showcase their talent, according to the organizers. Players from all over the North Fulton and Forsyth county area will be represented in the game.

For a complete roster, check out the attached pdf file.

During half-time of the game, children from ages 8-14 will get the chance to go on to the field and workout with former NFL stars, Michael Haynes, Terrance Mathis, Jessie Tuggle, Bob Whitfield and DJ Shockley just to name a few.

Expect an excellent family atmosphere as the North Fulton Forsyth Touchdown Club puts an exclamation point on the end of the 2012 high school football season. Tickets are available through the local high school booster clubs, and they will be available at the gate on the day of the game.

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