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46th Annual Lions All Star Football

The Lions All-Star Football Classic is one of the four oldest-running prep football

all-star games in California with the first game held in 1974.



Photo taken by Wayne Thallander   

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AS LIONS ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME

RETURNS TO STOCKTON


This year’s return of the annual Central California Lions All-Star Football Game to a site in Stockton is being hailed as a homecoming for one of the oldest and most prestigious high school all-star football games in California.

The 46th year of the event will be played on Saturday, June 15 at Lincoln High School’s Alex G. Spanos Stadium.

The Lions All-Star Football Classic began in 1974 and was held at the University of Pacific’s Memorial Stadium until 2011. With that stadium at the time being prepared for its eventual demolition, the Lions game moved to Modesto Junior College for two years and for the last six years has been held at Tracy High’s Wayne Schneider Stadium.

The Lincoln stadium, through the cooperation of athletic director Brian Gray, should be a great location for the local all-star game. It is regarded as one of the best high school football stadiums in California and has been the site of numerous CIF Sac-Joaquin Section and CIF Northern California football championship games.

The Lions Game also is only one of two in the state in which players are brought together during the week before the game to stay in college dorms, emulating college life and fostering a football training camp-style experience.

The North team generally represents schools from San Joaquin County and the foothill communities to the east. The South team generally represents Stanislaus and Merced counties.

The South won last year’s game 24-2 and has gone 5-0-1 in the last six years. The North still leads in the overall series 24-19-1.

Selected in January to be the head coaches for this year were Jason McCloskey of Mountain House (North) and Shawn King of Hughson (South). Both of the coaches also have worked with other head coaches from other schools in the North and South to select the players for this year’s game.



High Schools Represented In

District 4A-1 of Lions International


North – Amador (Sutter Creek), Argonaut (Jackson), Bear Creek (Stockton), Bret Harte (Altaville), Brookside Christian (Stockton), Calaveras (San Andreas), East Union (Manteca), Edison (Stockton), Escalon, Franklin (Stockton), Jim Elliot Christian (Lodi), Kimball (Tracy), Lathrop, Lincoln (Stockton), Lodi, Manteca, McNair (Stockton), Merrill West (Tracy), Millennium (Tracy), Mountain House, Ripon, Ripon Christian, St. Mary’s (Stockton), Sierra (Manteca), Sonora, Stagg (Stockton), Summerville (Tuolomne), Tokay (Lodi), Tracy, Weston Ranch (Stockton).


South – Atwater, Beyer (Modesto), Big Valley Christian (Modesto), Buhach Colony (Atwater), Central Catholic (Modesto), Central Valley (Ceres), Ceres, Chowchilla, Delhi, Denair, Dos Palos, Downey (Modesto), El Capitan (Merced), Enochs (Modesto), Golden Valley (Merced), Grace Davis (Modesto), Gregori (Modesto), Gustine, Hilmar, Hughson, Johansen (Modesto), Le Grand, Livingston, Los Banos, Madera, Madera South, Mariposa County (Mariposa), Merced, Modesto, Modesto Christian, Oakdale, Orestimba (Newman), Pacheco (Los Banos), Patterson, Pitman (Turlock), Riverbank, Stone Ridge Christian (Merced), Turlock, Turlock Christian  


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