CTC well-represented at Eddie Meath All-Star Game

The 32nd annual Eddie Meath All-Star game was played on Sunday afternoon at Eastridge High School. The Eddie Meath is a game that features the top seniors in Section V from the previous football season. The East team won the competition for the tenth year in a row, defeating the West by the score of 9 – 7.

The West team had five former CTC players, including Jaquan McCullough, Kemani Howard, Kenny Council, Akinlawan Robinson, and Joseph Foster, while the East team was represented by B.J. White, a camper at the first ever CTC program and Tyler Kirton, the 7 on 7 travel team's main quarterback. Micah Wright and Jametrius Lewis did not participate in the game. Robinson scored the West team’s lone touchdown and had a big 3rd down catch over three defenders. On the defensive side of the ball for the West, Kenny Council dominated the East team’s offensive line all game long, and even recovered a fumble. Jaquan McCullough got the crowd on their feet with a big hit in the second quarter, and Kemani Howard, who was assigned to play man to man coverage on arguably Section V’s best receiver, Bishop Kearney's JoJo Gause, gave up only 4 catches for 19 yards.

Marquis Young, one of the newest members of CTC’s training program, displayed some nifty runs, while B.J. White and Earl Kelly made it difficult for the West to find any running lanes all night long. White was awarded with the game’s defensive MVP honors, which adds to his long list of accolades for the 2013-14 season. Alumni from CTC have won Eddie Meath MVP honors every year for the past four years, including Calvin Bain in 2011, Cory McNamara in 2012, and Alec Mortillaro in 2013.


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