Published 10:16 pm Wednesday, November 30, 2011
By Robert Hudson
The Selma Times-Journal
When the stars descend on Prattville for Thursday’s Alabama Independent Schools Association All-Star football game, there will be many Senators among them.
Five Morgan Academy football players were named to the AISA West All-Star team.
Offensive linemen Brody Keel and Hunter Rodgers, tight end/linebacker Dylan Steward, and running backs Parker Hughes and MaCain Levins were selected to play for the West All-Stars.
Brian King, head football coach of Morgan Academy, said it’s a great honor to see his players play among the best in the state.
“It’s just a big honor for our team to have five guys represent us around the best talent in the state,” King said. “
All of them will have a big role in the game, and it’s pretty exciting to have that aspect represented.”
The AISA All-Star game brings together the best senior players of the association from the East and West of the state to play against one another Thursday at 7 p.m. in Prattville. But the Senators will not only be represented on the field, they’ll also be represented on the sidelines by those who’ve supported them all season long.
Morgan Academy cheerleaders Ashley Moore, Evelyn Stewart, Kalli Jones and Katy Skelton were selected to represent the West All-Stars for Thursday’s game.