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SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) - Mooresville’s Hal Capps and Pelion’s Ben Freeman are the head coaches for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
The staffs for the annual game between the top high-school seniors from North Carolina and South Carolina were announced Tuesday by game athletic director Ron Long.
The North Carolina assistants are Glen Padgett of Concord, Tom Eanes of Ashley, Barry Honeycutt of Corinth-Holders, Darrell Brewer of Avery County, David Green of Walter Williams and Rick Larrick of West Forsyth.
Named as assistants to the South Carolina staff are Justin Gentry of Chapin, Paul Southerland of Pendleton, Jeff Calabrese of Hartsville, Trey Woodberry of West Florence, Robert Williams of Christ Church Episcopal and Joe Watson of J.L. Mann.
The game is scheduled for Dec. 20 at Gibbs Stadium at Wofford College.
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