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 Morris Snags Two Passes in East-West All-Star Classic

June 25, 2008 - Knightstown High School 2008 graduate Brett Morris played in the Indiana Football Hall of Fame East-West All-Star classic last Friday at New Castle.

Morris was a tight end and defensive end for the Panthers last season. The eighth annual Classic is sponsored by the hall of game and included players from Tri High, Richmond, Centerville, Hagerstown, Lincoln, Northeastern, Union City and Winchester.

Morris caught two passes for 20 yards in the game.

With 35 seconds left in the fourth quarter the West forced the 11th turnover of the game to seal a 16-10 win.

The East lost four fumbles and threw two interceptions. The West had five turnovers on three interceptions and two lost fumbles.

Mt. Vernon’s Nick Schauff made a 23-yard field goal with 47 seconds left in the fourth quarter to make the score 16-10.

Three seconds later the East recovered the ball after an onside kick.

The East began its possession on the West 34-yard line following a penalty. The East's potential game-winning drive never came together because Greenfield-Central quarterback Justin Hiser was sacked. White River Conference standout defensive lineman Cory Mason, of Lapel, recovered the fumble.

Knightstown nemesis and Tri High Titan Michael Fleenor also played in the game and had an interception. He also caught one pass for nine yards.

Other players in the game who were on the Panther schedule over the last two years included Hagerstown's Travis Drake, Northeastern's Kahl Wise, Shawn Stinson, Michael Dingwerth and Joe Robinson, Union City's Chris Hawkey and Zane Woodbury.

 

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