High school football's best seniors from last season got the chance to hit the gridiron for one last time in Saturday's 37th Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star game at Titan Stadium in Oshkosh.
The former prep standouts were separated into North and South teams with two games being played Saturday afternoon.
In the small schools game, the South scored first but the North responded by scoring 20 unanswered points. The South would rally back to come to within one point with 3 minutes left to play, but a point-after kick that would have tied the game sailed wide.
For the first time in the history of the small schools game, the North won, 20-19.
The large schools game was primarily dominated by the South. The North couldn't find an answer for the South's scoring in the second half.
The South routed the North, 47-19.
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