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Posted on Sun, Jun 26, 2011 : 10:06 a.m.

Manchester coach Wes Gall, four Washtenaw County defenders help East team win annual all-star football game

By Staff

Chalk up another win for long-time Manchester High School football coach Wes Gall.

Gall coached the East All Stars to a 30-13 win over the West at the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association’s all-star game played Saturday at Central Michigan’s Kelly-Shorts Stadium.

“There’s just nothing like this,” Gall said. “When you have a group this talented with guys who want to make plays not for themselves, but for the team, that’s special. I am thrilled I got to experience this.”


Representing Washtenaw County at the East-West game (from left to right) were Manchester coach Wes Gall, Dylan Neff, Aaron Richmond, Noah Hiser, Maquez Gollman and Manchester assistant coach Zach Maghes.

Photo courtesy of Zach Maghes

Detroit Cass Tech quarterback Keith Moore connected on three long touchdown passes to Farmington’s Jason Wilson to spark the East offense while four Washtenaw County defenders helped limit the West team to 213 total yards of offense.

Manchester defensive lineman Dylan Neff was the East team’s second-leading tackler. He was credited with 1 1/2 sacks among his six tackles.

Ypsilanti linebacker Marquez Gollman made four tackles, including another East sack, and Willow Run defensive back Aaron Richmond had one tackle-for-loss among his four stops.

Dexter defensive back Noah Hiser also recorded a tackle.

Linebacker Desmond Morgan, a Michigan recruit from Holland West Ottawa, made six tackles and broke up three passes for the West team.

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Buddy Holly

Tue, Jun 28, 2011 : 4:19 a.m.

Who was the leading tackler if Neff was second?