Saturday, January 30, 2010

USA Beats World Team in All-Star High School Football Game

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

The World All-Stars proved that there's some pretty good high school football being played around the world in Saturday's USA vs. The World All-Star high school football game in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. However, when the final horn sounded it was the USA Team that owned the bragging rights with a 17-0 victory.

Team USA used touchdown drives at the end of the first half and the beginning of the second to beat the World Team, that was made-up of the best under 19-year old players from eight different countries.

Canon-McMillan (PA) linebacker Mike Hull was named the game's MVP with eight tackles and an interception. Click here to read more on the game from the USA Football website.

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