Mack and Pisk play for winning Red team at All-Star game

For The Tribune

  Terry graduates Talon Mack and Trevor Pisk played in the 16th annual Six–Man All-Star game in Highwood, Mont., Sat. June 2. 

They reported to Highwood on Tuesday May 29 for several days of practice, but mostly good times and building lasting friendships.
The game began with a moment of silence for Denton’s assistant coach Mark Buckentin and 2012 graduate Cody Miller, who both perished in a car accident two weeks ago. 
Terry players were on the Red team along with players from Denton, Stanford/Geyser, Fromberg/Roberts, Geraldine/Highwood, Augusta, and Hysham. They were coached by Denton coach Scott Sparks, Stanford-Geyser coach, Rick Adsit and Rod Tweet of Geraldine.
Mack played center while Pisk played safety. While the first half was a close contest, the second half was dominated by the Red team.  
The final score was 48-14 with the Red team winning. 
Players from all over were cheered on by their family and friends. 
It didn’t matter if you were on the Red team or the Blue team, it was about the top players in 6 Man Football suiting up and taking the field one last time to play the game they love.    

Published June 6, 2012

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