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Squads named for Shrine Game

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Chris Campbell
Campbell, Bruce among players on North squad

The squads for the annual Shrine All-Star football game in Ames on Saturday July 26 have been selected, and a couple of Cherokee County standouts are included on the 46-man North squad.

Aurelia's Myron Radke is the head coach of the North team, and Bulldog Jared Bruce and Cherokee Brave Chris Campbell have been selected to play on the North team. Campbell excelled at wide receiver for the Braves, while Bruce played quarterback for Aurelia.

Aurelia Coach Myron Radke will serve as the Head Coach for the North team in Iowa's Shrine Game this summer.
Radke has indicated he may play the versatile Bruce, who quarterbacked the Bulldogs for three seasons, at a receiver position, though that won't be determined for sure until the squad gathers to practice in July.

Radke will be assisted by coaches Bob Read of Linn-Mar, Marion, Kevin Hammer of Alta, Keith Hanks of Sioux City North, Aundra Meeks of Columbus Catholic, and Todd Coy of South Hamilton of Jewell.

Other Northwest Iowa players named to the North squad include Scott Radke of Alta, Jordan Carlson of Storm Lake, Cole Albright of Lawton-Bronson, Paden Kleinhesselink of Sioux Center, Jayme Rozeboom of West Lyon, Nate DeJong of Central Lyon/George-Little Rock, Nick Pulscher of Sheldon, Nate Fischer of Le Mars, Spenser Schichtl of Estherville-LC, Jon Fick of Boyden-Hull, Jake Boll of Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn, and Marcus James and Max Martin of Sioux City North.

Jared Bruce
The South squad will be coached by Valley West Des Moines coach Gary Swenson, assisted by Scott Carlson of Waukee, Mark Camenisch of Boone, Lance Pedersen of Wilton, Chad Edeker of WACO and Todd Quick of Hamburg. Swenson is a former Spencer football coach.

The game will be an afternoon game played at Jack Trice Stadium on the Iowa State University campus, and benefits the Shrine hospitals.

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