Native All-Star Game to be Played in Pullman

July 24, 2009

PULLMAN - Washington State University will host the Native All-Star Football Game Saturday (July 25) at Martin Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

The Native All-Star Game is for Native American and Alaska Native high school football players, along with Canadian Aboriginals, who will graduate in 2009 and are able to prove their Native heritage by holding a tribal identification card from a federally-recognized Native American Indian Tribe or a Canadian Indigenous Tribe.

Since 2002 this game has given young Native American men the honor to finish out their outstanding high school careers, many of whom go on to compete at the collegiate level, and others who begin new endeavors outside of football.

Coaching this year's teams will be Bryan Raymond (Cherokee) and Jim Sandusky (Colville).

For more information on the Native All-Star Game, visit their Web site at
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