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Shrine Bowl Football

The 2024 Kansas Shrine Bowl, which will be played on June 29th at Emporia State University, announced the rosters for this year’s game in early January.

The following players in VYPE’s coverage area were chosen to participate in the 51st annual contest:

Kaiden Abasolo, Mulvane; Demariae Baker, Derby; Keegun Biems, Concordia; Tre Birch, Wichita Northwest; Karson Butts, Andale; Donald Collier, Wichita Trinity; Tristen Davidson, Kingman; Lucas Dickman, Eisenhower; Sammy Dresie, Maize South; C.J. Felder, Maize; Brax Fisher, Abilene; Teegan Haines, McPherson; Brody Hayes, Clay Center; Trey Heitsman, Valley Center; Blaise Hoover, McPherson; Mason Hopper, Derby; Mason Jones, Hutchinson; Daniel Kejr, SE-Saline; Brayden Kunz, Conway Springs; Weston Langvardt, Chapman; Jack Lanning, Marion; Derrick Lowe, Wellington; Kason Messenger, Cheney; Daeonte Mitchell, Wichita East; Hunter Mowery, Salina Central; Kyle Newsom, Andover Central; Henry Purvis, Bishop Carroll; Nick Ruth, Newton; Avante Scales, Wichita Heights; Aydan Spiers, Kapaun Mount Carmel; Jackson Voth, Cheney; Loden West, Ellsworth.

The head coach of the west squad will be McPherson’s Jace Pavlovich and his assistants will be Wichita Heights’ Dominick Dingle, Eisenhower’s Darrin Fisher, Wellington’s Jeremiah Meeks and SE-Saline’s Mitch Gebhardt.

In addition to playing in the annual East vs. West all-star football game, Kansas Shrine Bowl participants get the opportunity to meet and interact with the Patient Ambassadors from Shriners Children’s during the Hospital Experience Day. An event, that for many, is more impactful than any other event during the week of the Kansas Shrine Bowl. During the Hospital Experience Day, players come to understand that these children have put in the same kind of hard work, dedication and sacrifices they have; only their work has resulted in allowing them to walk, run, play, and live a full life.

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