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Coach’s Information Sheet

Dear Shrine Bowl Coaching Staff, Congratulations on being selected as part of the coaching staff for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. Below you will find an information form to complete and submit to our office so we may have all the appropriate information on the coaching staff. Read More »

Stronger than Ever

  by Boston Henderson Game Week News Reporter As a young man Michael McKay followed God. He was the star quarterback from Campbell High School in Georgia, and it seemed that McKay had everything going for him and nothing to hold him back. With a tryout for a professional football team just one week away the very unexpected happened. It ... Read More »

Jr Shrine Bowl

Jr Shrine Bowl Marks Inaugural Playing of “Battle of the Boarders” The Jr Shrine Bowl will be played prior to the 79th Shrine Bowl of  the Carolinas with kickoff at 10:00 AM. One ticket will get you in the gate to watch both games. This is the inaugural playing of the “Battle of the Borders” for the junior players that ... Read More »

In Memory of Don Addyman-Past President

Donald Addyman Columbia-Donald Ross Addyman Jr. 76, passed away February 23, 2015. He was born in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., in 1938, to Donald Ross Addyman and Helen Seymore Addyman. Donald was a member of the Dutch Fork Masonic Lodge #402; a member of the Jamil Shrine Temple and was potentate in 2010, he was the past president of the Shrine ... Read More »

Two South Carolina Players from the Midlands Receive MVP Award

SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA-Following South Carolina’s 21-12 victory over North Carolina, the defensive and offensive Most Valuable Players were announced. On offense it was, Mr. South Carolina Football and Louisville commit Matt Colburn from Dutch Fork High School. Receiving the defensive MVP award on for the Sandlappers was Hassan Belton from Blythwood High School. Both players are products from the Midlands, ... Read More »

North Carolina falls for third straight time, 21-12

SPARTANBURG – On Saturday, December 20, 2014, the 78th Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas acted as a culmination of a week-long schedule full of activities involving both teams from North Carolina and South Carolina. Despite forcing five turnovers on defense and special teams – including four interceptions – the Tar Heels were unable to conquer the Sandlappers for the third ... Read More »

Silent Auction Ends at 5PM Friday, December 19

Our silent auction is well under way and we are getting visitors and bids are being placed. We are located at the Spartanburg Marriott (Shrine Bowl HQ) in the Daniel Morgan room. The auction will close at 5:00 PM today just prior to the banquet. All winning bids must be picked up after the banquet. Cash, checks and credit cards ... Read More »

Imperial Sir Dale Stauss receives signed football

Imperial Sir Dale Stauss and Deputy Imperial Potentate Jerry Gantt were present at our game week Board of Governors meeting on Friday, December 19 in Spartanburg, SC. The Imperial Potentate was presented a football signed by both teams. Read More »

Players, Coaches and Officials To Honor Coach Watson

Joe C. Watson, Sr., 64, of Mauldin, SC, passed away Friday, May 16, 2014 at Spartanburg Regional Restoration Care. Born June 13, 1949 in Spartanburg, SC, he was the son of the late Joe Freeman and Vivian Carroll Waddell Watson. During the 2014 Shrine Bowl, players will wear stickers with the initials “JW” on their helmets in honor of a ... Read More »