Tri-Village's Colt Camacho pulls in a pass for the West Pee Wee All-Star team. (Gaylen Blosser photo)

Greenville hosts Pee Wee All-Star Football Game

East meets West in Pee Wee All-Star Football game to bring curtain down on 2021 season.

GREENVILLE – Greenville hosted the 2021 CCC Pee Wee Football All-Star game with the East and West teams made up of sixth graders from the surrounding area. The East team had a big day defeating the West squad by a 49-0 score.

“It’s fun for the boys play in the All-Star game,” said Josh Spradling. “It’s like the Pro-Bowl and it’s a way to send the sixth graders off to junior high.”

The All-Star game gave the sixth graders the opportunity to compete on the artificial turf at Greenville’s Good Samaritan Stadium at Harmon Field.

“We have an All-Star game each year, sixth graders moving up to junior high next year,” Spradling noted. “Players are selected from each division and each team is represented by four players that are voted on by the coaches.”

“I am thankful for Greenville Athletic Director, Aaron Shaffer and everybody at the school for allowing us to host this All-Star game,” said Jeremy Norris. “It gives the boys a little excitement to play on the artificial turf field for the All-Star game and just a lot of fun for the sixth graders and parents.”


No. 1   Caleb Spradling | Greenville

No. 4   Cam Farnshil | Tri-Village

No. 6   Jacob Macnutt | Ansonia

No. 7   Mason Stansberry | Tri-Village

No. 8   Andrew Powers | Dixie

No. 9   Aaron Bruner | Tri-Village

No. 10 Hudson Knaus | Arcanum

No. 13 Carson Adkins | National Trail

No. 14 Kaiden Hickey | Greenville

No. 17 Dash Thacker | Arcanum

No. 19 Kole Hiestand | Tri-Village

No. 21 Ross Wagner | Arcanum

No. 22 Colt Camacho | Tri-Village

No. 24 Anthony Hipp | Dixie

No. 26 Colton Hiestand | Greenville

No. 27 Grady Ott | National Trail

No. 31 Mason Cordle | National Trail

No. 31 Cole Foster | National Trail

No. 32 Karsea Weiss | Ansonia

No. 42 Thomas White | Tri-County North

No. 47 Anthony Pinion | Tri-County North

No. 55 Jesse Plush | Tri-Village

No. 67 Jarrett Norris | Greenville

No. 69 Luke Sullenbarger | Tri-County North

No. 70 William Aultman | Ansonia

No. 72 Christian Burk | Ansonia

No. 74 John Berger | Dixie

No. 76 Mason Kendig | Arcanum

No. 90 Josh Brubaker | National Trail

No. 95 James Heltsley | Tri-County North


No. I  Chase Roy | Milton

No. 2   Brennan Montgomery | Bethel

No. 4   Justin Mazariegos | Riverside

No. 5   Finn O’Leary | Lil Cavs

No. 6   Rowen Yount | Milton

No. 7   Jarricous Mayo | Northridge

No. 8   Mason McGruffy | Milton

No. 9   Ethan Ledford | Northridge

No. 10 Drake Deeter | Milton

No. 11 Matthew Adams | Lil Cavs

No. 12 Rider Robbins | Covington

No. 15 Landon Francis | Miami East

No. 18 JoJo Buckholtz | Bethel

No. 19 Garrett Soegen | Milton

No. 20 Grant Sollmann | Lil Cavs

No. 21 Frank Pound | Northridge

No. 22 Kaden Hardacre | Bethel

No. 23 William Wills | Northridge

No. 24 Keagon Camp | Miami East

No. 25 Brayden Moore | Riverside

No. 29 Owen Bosenberg | Bethel

No. 34 Gunner Udderman | Covington

No. 35 Cruz Parker | Riverside

No. 41 Caylor Eastman | Covington

No. 42 Liam Shoe | Riverside

No. 44 Jacob Hoke | Milton

No. 50 Cash Gephart | Lil Cavs

No. 66 Nick Carns | Covington

No. 81 Ashton Demmitt | Miami East

No. 97 Wyatt Maxon | Miami East


Ansonia's William Aultman (70) and Dixie's John Berger (74) take their place on the line in Pee Wee All-Star game. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
The East offensive line gets set in the 2021 Pee Wee All-Star game held at Greenville's Good Samaritan Stadium at Harmon Field. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
National Trail's Josh Brubaker rambles for a big gain for the West All-Star team. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
Ansonia's Jacob Macnutt carries for the East All-Star team. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
The East All-Star team gets a big hit in Sundays season ending Pee Wee All-Star game. (Gaylen Blosser photo0
Darke County Now Editor Gaylen Blosser

Gaylen Blosser / Publisher

Gaylen Blosser is a sports enthusiast and has covered high school sports for nearly 20 years in Southwest Ohio. Gaylen has been a media sportswriter while most recently serving as Sports Editor for the local newspaper and will now serve as editor of Darke County Now while continuing to cover athletics. Gaylen is an accomplished photographer who has captured thousands of athletes in action over the years and is the recipient of the OHSAA Friends of Athletes Award and OHSAA Respect the Game State Award. Contact Darke County Now Editor Gaylen Blosser at or 937-459-9547.

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