Inaugural CPN All-Star Football Game set for Friday at OBU
The Inaugural Citizen Potawatomi Nation All-Star Football Game will take place Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Oklahoma Baptist University.
The game, which will feature players from around the state, will benefit the Bethel Quarterback Club.
“We kind of hope this becomes a yearly thing and I'm glad CPN has stepped in to help,” said Bethel head football coach Joey Guinn. “We had a vision and our quarterback club took it and ran with it.”
The kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. and player introductions will take place at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children.
Numerous area just graduated players will be playing in the contest.
From Bethel: Drae Wood, LW Moore, Drew Guinn and Harrison Thomas.
Shawnee: Josh Hair, Kolby Mitchell and Ian Johnson.
Tecumseh: Ethan Rickey and Colton Branch.
McLoud: Collin Gibson and Carson Cue.
Meeker: Conner Donaho and Parker Buoy.
The North head coach will be Shawnee assistant coach Jack Dingus and the South head coach will be Little Axe's Ethan Feuerborn.