Adams Throws only Touchdown for East, West Dominates 48-7

Jake Adams & Jarett Heater Louisville Leopards 2015

West 48, East 7

Louisville Leopards Quarterback Jake Adams hit St. Thomas Aquinas Knights Receiver Robby Kostiuk Louisville Leopards Football Gloves 2016 Beatty's Sportsin the left corner of the endzone just before halftime of Saturday’s Stark County East-West All-Star Game. The crosstown connection was the only score of the night for the East, as the West dominated the action 48-7 at GlenOak’s Bob Commings Field.

The Washington & Jefferson College Commit Adams would finish 14 of 34 for for 138 yards to lead the East. Adams was one of seven Leopards representing the East All-Stars. The others included: Kyle Ashcraft, Daichi Castles, Dalton
Deckerd, Jarett Heater, Alec Jones, and Reis Rankin.

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The West scored the first 34 points of the contest in the opening half and added two more touchdowns to pull ahead 48-7 in the third quarter. The West set records for most points scored and the largest margin of victory in an East-West All-Star Game. The West has won the last two meetings overall, but the East still holds the overall edge in the annual affair 14-13.

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