Mulvane Senior Jayden Price (#7) will join an elite list of athletes to participate in the 45th KS Shrine Bowl All Star Game on Saturday, July 28th, 2018 at 7:00 PM. Jayden was the recipient of many awards this post season including Kansas Top 100 players from kansas-sports.com, and All Class 4AD1 First Team from the Topeka Capital Journal. Jayden was also 1st Team All League for QB and the AVCTL Div 4 Offensive MVP and 2nd Team All League Defensive Back. The North Dakota State (D1) commit will play defense at the Shrine Bowl.
Jayden is the 11th Mulvane Wildcat to be selected to participate in the All-Star Game. Below are the past players from Mulvane:
1. Brad Butts - 1978
2. Mike Bellew - 1986
3. Matt Demicoli - 2003
4. David Kraft - 2008
5. Tyler Springer - 2009
6. Zach Burkhart - 2011
7. Kolby Fennewald - 2013
8. Michael Mason - 2014
9. Blake Wilson - 2016
10. Zach Helbing - 2017http://www.kansasshrinebowl.com/
: The Kansas Shrine Bowl will take place for the 45th time in 2018 at Carnie Smith Stadium on the campus of Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas. The gates open at 5pm, pregame begins at 6pm and kickoff is at 7pm.
Each player selected has the opportunity to play in one of the most prominent all-star games in the nation and for a worthy cause. All players will be representing their high school, the Kansas Shrine Bowl and most importantly the Shriners Hospitals for Children and their patients. All proceeds from the game go to benefit the network of 22 hospitals.
Below are the squad listings for the West and the East:West squad
Kyle Anderson, Smoky Valley; Levi Archer, Goodland; Neal Bever, Sedgwick; Andrew Brautman, Arkansas City; Garrett Bridwell, Wichita Northwest; Jhet Burkhart, Buhler; Tate Busse, St. Francis; Xavier Cason, Junction City; Nick Channel, Kapaun Mt. Carmel; Aaron Clark, Great Bend; Kirk Coomes, Phillipsburg; Mac Copeland, Wichita Collegiate; Dalton Cross, Valley Center; Demarcus Elliott, Garden City; Carlos Emanuel, Hanover; Grant Fairchild, Andale; Hayden Gillum, Plainville; Nik Grubbs, Manhattan; Federico Harvey Jr, Haysville Campus; Braden Howell, Bishop Carroll; Tanner King, Goddard Eisenhower; Brody Kooser, Derby; Dalton Kuhn, Smith Center; Peyton Lane, Clay Center; Matthew Lange, Conway Springs; Reese Nebel, Hesston; Jayden Price, Mulvane; Chance Rodriguez, Holcomb; Josh Seabolt, Cimmaron; Wyatt Seidl, McPherson; Luis Sotelo, Salina Central; AJ Vang, Goddard; Dalen Williams, Wichita Heights; Dawson Williams, Dodge City.Coaches:
Scott Vang, Goddard (Head Coach); Steve Martin, Wichita Northwest; Dusty Trail, Bishop Carroll; Tim Lambert, Smoky Valley; Tyson Bauerle, Heston; Darren Sasse, Smith Center.East squad
Anthony Albertini, St Paul; Nick Allen, Blue Valley Southwest; KeShaun AndeEast, Labette County; Wyatt Beyer, Sabetha; Jack Blumer, Marysville; Josh Boyd, Silver Lake; Andrew Callahan, Fort Scott; Chase Curtis, Pittsburg; Eric Dooley, Olathe North; Sam Eddington, Columbus; Jared Flood, St. Thomas Aquinas; Gage Foster, Lawrence Free State; Dylan Freberg, Blue Valley North; Anthony Geist, Wellsville; Broc Ginavan, Frontenac; Jacob Glendinning, Washburn Rural; Mitchell Grissom, Mill Valley; Jackson Heath, Blue Valley Northwest; Mitchell Henry, Nemaha Central; Cade Holmes, Shawnee Heights; Dante Jackson, Lawrence; Connor Jeffers, Burlington; Marshall Kellner, De Soto; Tristan Lee, Burlingame; Trevor Little, Galena; Tanner Matthias, Topeka; Camron Mitchell-Johnson, Olathe East; Jonathan Olsson, Emporia; Brent Peavler, Topeka-Hayden; Carter Putz, Bishop Miege; Damon Schmidt, Olpe; Dexton Swinehart, Lyndon; Ivan Webb, KC Schlagle; Max Wilson, St. Mary's - Colgan.Coaches:
Warren Seitz, Nemaha Central (Head Coach); Walt Alexander, Topeka; Tom Nickelson, Pittsburg; Mark Smith, Frontenac; Garrett Michael, Sabetha; Shawn Seematter, St. Mary's - Colgan