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Shrine Bowl News

What’s going on at the Shrine Bowl?  Read the Shrine Bowl News published daily by the student correspondents of the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.   Game Week News Sunday December 15 Game Week News Monday December 16 Game Week News Tuesday December 17 Game Week News Wednesday 18 Game-Week-News-Thursday-December-19 Read More »

Newberry College Wolves Head Coach Todd Knight commits as guest speaker to 2013 Shrine Bowl Awards Banquet

Connie Altman, Game Chairman of the 77th Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas announced today that Newberry College Head Football Coach, Todd Knight has accepted the invitation to be the special guest speaker for the Shrine Bowl Coaches and Players Awards Banquet on Friday evening,  December 20, 2013 at 6PM, in the Marriott Renaissance Park Hotel and Conference Center in downtown ... Read More »

North Carolina’s Burton Cates presented Shrine Bowl Blazer

By Ashley Starnes – Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas North Carolina Student Correspondent Cheering as loud as possible and gleaming with pride, students and faculty all over Lee County High School’s stadium congratulated North Carolina Head Coach Burton Cates as he was presented with his bright green Shrine Bowl blazer. The presentation took place just before the Yellow Jackets’ last ... Read More »

77th Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Game Day Schedule

9:30 a.m. Parade Lineup – S. Church St. and E. Kennedy St. in downtown Spartanburg   10:00 a.m. Parade Begins – Parade proceeds North on N. Church St., then right on Evins St. to Gibbs Stadium   11:00 a.m. Distinguished Guest & VIP’s Lunch in the Ford Dealers’ Veranda Room of Richardson Center   12:00 p.m. Pre-game Ceremonies: Noble Jim Crawford, Master of Ceremonies ... Read More »

77th Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Rosters

North Carolina Roster No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos. School City 1 Trevion Thompson 6-3 185 WR Hillside Durham 2 Jalen McClendon 6-0 6-4 QB West Mecklenburg Charlotte 3 Marquell Cartwright 5-9 185 RB T.W. Andrews High Point 4 Emanuel Moseley 6-0 165 DB James B. Dudley Greensboro 6 Chris Register 6-4 235 LB James B. Dudley Greensboro 7 Germaine Pratt ... Read More »

Breaking: 77th Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Player Selection Webcast

The rosters for the 77th Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas,  played on Saturday, Dec. 21st at Gibbs Stadium in Spartanburg, S.C. have been selected.  Click below to view the special player selection web cast hosted by Chris Hughes of the Shrine Bowl Video Network,  and Kevin Melton of and the Spartanburg Herald Journal. Read More »

Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas 2013 Player Selection Special Release

North and South Carolina Shrine Bowl Coaches will gather at Shrine Bowl Headquarters in Fort Mill on Monday October 7th for the arduous task of selecting 80 players from the more than 400 name submissions from the two Carolinas. Ron Long, Athletic Director of the Shrine Bowl said, “Tar Heel Head Coach Burton Cates of Lee County High School in Sanford ... Read More »

Shrine Bowl Radio Network Affiliates

If you can’t make it to the 81st Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas game played in Spartanburg on Saturday, December 16th, listen to the game carried live on stations throughout the Carolinas through the Mid-South Sports Network. The Shrine Bowl Radio Network Radio Team Host Radio Station: Beasley Media Group’s Sunny 94.3 FM and 1490 WAZZ AM from Fayetteville, N.C. ... Read More »

Meet North Carolina Head Coach Burton Cates

By Ashley Starnes – North Carolina Shrine Bowl Student Correspondent Fourteen years ago, Coach Burton Cates was selected as an Assistant Coach for the Tarheels in the 63rd Annual Shrine Bowl Game. This year, Cates looks forward to returning to Spartanburg to be North Carolina’s Head Coach. In order to be selected as Head Coach, one must first serve as a ... Read More »

Brown spearheads veteran South Carolina staff

By Wade Hopper – South Carolina Student Correspondent This year’s South Carolina Shrine Bowl team will be coached by Tommy Brown.  Brown, who is the head coach at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School, has always had aspirations of gridiron greatness. “That was my dream as a young man. At first I wanted to play professionally, but when that didn’t work out I ... Read More »