Shawnee seniors Jack Diamond and Tyree York will get one more go in their high school gridiron careers Thursday, as the two play side-by-side one more time in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl at Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium.
The Shawnee products were two of only five players chosen to represent the state of Oklahoma in Thursday's East vs West game stacked with talent.
Diamond completed his senior season with the Wolves with 2,585 passing yards, 27 touchdowns and four rushing TD's, putting him 123 yards shy of the school's passing records and three touchdowns away from another school record.
On top of those accolades, Diamond connected with Christian Patterson for a 99-yard touchdown pass in their final game of the regular season at Noble on November 4.
York left a lasting impression on the Wolves squad and will be seeing his first game since suffering a punctured lung against Coweta in Week 6 that left him sidelined for the remainder of the season. York had hoped to return in the Wolves' playoff game against Bishop Kelley Nov. 11, but was unable to do so.
Despite his injury, York recorded nine touchdowns and 459 yards receiving in four games played, suffering a seperate injury in Shawnee's season opener that kept him out in Weeks 2 and 3. Even with those injuries and short game time, he managed to finish second on the team in receiving yards.
Taking place Thursday at noon, the game will not be shown on television, but can be viewed in a delayed stream via the Impact Football Network at www.impactfootballnetwork.com beginning at 4 p.m.
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