Scenes from the East-West All-Star Classic

By Paul Adkins

August 3, 2014

Man High School’s Cayce Mullins (3) runs with the ball in Saturday night’s 35-0 win by the West All-Stars in the first-ever East-West All-Star Classic at Mingo Central High School’s Buck Harless Stadium. It was a wild night on top of the mountain with foggy conditions and a fight which broke out between the two teams. The West was coached by Gary Mullins of Logan. The East was coached by Gehrig Justice of River View High School.

West All-Star QB Jon Alexander (12) rolls out for a pass.

West All-Star James Richmond runs with the ball in the fog after making a catch.

West QB Jon Alexander looks for room to run in the “Fog Bowl” on Saturday night at Mingo Central.

East All-Star running back Isaiah Brown runs in the fog.

FOG OUT: The Buck Harless Stadium’s LED scoreboard was barely visable in Saturday night’s fog.

West QB Jon Alexander gets blocks from Jacob Vance (55) of Logan and Adam Huffman (51) of George Washington in the fog.

Jon Alexander passes on the run.

Jon Alexander gets a pass off as Adam Huffman (51) watches.

Jon Alexander pitches the ball off.

Jon Alexander escapes pressure from the East defense.

The West’s James Richmond and Cliff Pratt (23) celebrate Richmond’s TD in Saturday’s East-West All-Star Classic at Mingo Central.

Logan High School’s Daniel Hanks kicks an extra point on the hold of Kurt Arthur of Wayne.

Logan’s Daniel Hanks (6) punts.

The West’s James Richmond of Capital High School makes a touchdown catch.

East-West Game Director Yogi Kinder poses for a photo with the game MVP’s. Pictured, from left, the West’s James Walton (Defensive MVP), James Richmond (Offensive MVP) and the East’s Devin Allen (Offensive MVP) and Brennan Wheeler (Defensive MVP).

Capital’s James Richmond celebrates with Cliff Pratt (23) after Richmond scored a touchdown on a hook-and-ladder play.

Logan’s Brynden “Worm” Street gets a handoff from QB Jon Alexander.

East QB T.J. Smith is tackled.

Man High School’s Tracy Jones runs a route in the East-West game.

Logan High School’s Tyler Vernatter gets a handoff.