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High School Football: Hudrlik, Skiba, Zawatzke in All-Star Game

Daniel Hudrlik of Crosby-Ironton, Robbie Skiba of Pierz and Bryce Zawatzke of Little Falls will play for the North team in the Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 27, at Husky Stadium at St. Cloud State University.

Daniel Hudrlik of Crosby-Ironton, Robbie Skiba of Pierz and Bryce Zawatzke of Little Falls will play for the North team in the Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 27, at Husky Stadium at St. Cloud State University.

Hudrlik will wear No. 19 and play defensive end. Skiba will be No. 23 and play defensive back. Zawatzke will be No. 45 and play linebacker.

Former Little Falls head coach and athletic director Jay DeCann will be one of the North assistant coaches.

Training camp opened Sunday at St. John's University in Collegeville. Players and coaches representing 79 schools and 27 conferences will participate in the game. They were selected by members of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association.

Rosters and additional information is at www.allstarfootball.org

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