Kentucky All-Stars named for Best of the Bluegrass football game

October 22, 2012 

Tates Creek's Dennis Oxendine went around the end for yardage, as Tates Creek hosted Henry Clay on Friday September 7, 2012 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff


Justin Carr of Lafayette, Kenyon Hipps of Bryan Station and Dennis Oxendine of Tates Creek were among 39 high school football players named Monday to the squad that will represent Kentucky in the 2012 Best of the Bluegrass All-Star Game.

The Kentucky squad will take on a yet-to-be named all-star team selected by the Greater Louisville Football Coaches Association on Dec. 9 at St. Xavier High School.

Kickoff is 2 p.m.

Jeff Marksberry of Simon Kenton is head coach of the Kentucky team and will be assisted by John Petett of Monroe County.

Kentucky All-Stars

Player Pos. School

Trace Armstrong OL Ashland Blazer

Hunter Bivin OL Apollo

Jared Bowling LB Simon Kenton

Nick Britt RB Russell Co

Jeff Canady WR Knox Central

Justin Carr LB Lafayette

Logan Cart DL Owensboro Catholic

Taylor Centers DL Cooper

Von Christopher DB Scott Co

Dieries Dumphord RB Scott Co

Tyler Durham TE Campbell Co

Cameron Fogle WR Conner

Khalil Frame OL Fulton City

Dominique Hawkins DB Madison Central

Spencer Hemmer DL Covington Catholic

Kenyon Hipps DB Bryan Station

Jacob Hodges LB Monroe Co

Kentayvus Hopkins RB Bourbon Co

Tan Hudson OL Bell Co

Jacob Hyde DL Clay Co

Aaron Jackson WR Frankfort

Jonathan Jackson LB Mayfield

Michael Jones OL Danville

Elijah Jones DL Woodford Co

Tomi Mejolagbe WR Lloyd

Max Nussbaum LB Beechwood

Dennis Oxendine DB Tates Creek

Brandon Parks DL Madison Central

Tyler Preston OL Boyle Co

Ben Racke OL Simon Kenton

Kevin Slaughter DL Somerset

Ryan Timmons WR Franklin Co

Richard Trent DB Breathitt Co

Alex Ward K/P Murray

Tyson Williams TE Somerset

Jeremiah Williams DB Boone Co

Chad Wilson QB Monroe Co

Logan Woodside QB Franklin Co

Damir Karapandzic K/P Danville

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