The teams have been drafted, the practices in Middletown have been ongoing since last week and the First Military Bowl Hall of Fame Classic Senior All-Star Football Game will be held at Rentschler Field Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
First, read Michael Fornabaio’s advance on the game: Teammates become foes in inaugural Military Bowl
Then check out all the essential info and we’ll see you up there.
The day will begin at 12 p.m. with the Military Bowl/Hall of Fame Classic pregame luncheon in the luxury suites at Rentschler
Youth Experience Clinic
Meanwhile, registration for the Youth Experience Clinic will begin at 12:30 p.m.
The clinic is open to all football player ages 8 to 14 and will feature 10 fundamental skills stations for all the key positions with awards given to the top performers. The clinic is open to 200 youth players and will include a freee ticket to the all-star game.
At 1:30, the Youth Experience Clinic will commence.
The all-star game will kick off at 4:30 p.m. with trophy and MVP ceremonies following afterward. Proceeds from the game will go to charity.
- Rob Fleeting, Windsor (Head coach)
- John Ferrazzi, Sheehan
- Roy Roberts, Newington
- Sal Morello, Middletown
- Duane Maranda, New London
- Harry Bellucci, Hartford Public
- Scott Jenkins, Windsor
- Derrick Lewis, Bassick
- Robert Rubin, Prince Tech
- Melvin Wells, Hyde
- Perry McFadden, Windsor
Team National Guard
- Jim Buonocore, Ledyard
- Jemal Davis, NFA
- Sean Marinan, Xavier
- Tim Shea, Woodland
- Duncan Dellavolpe, Fairfield Warde
- Tanner Grove, Montville
- John Marinelli, New Canaan
- Andy Guyon, Xavier
- Chris Silvestri, New Canaan
- Chris Eckert, Cromwell