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Thursday, October 03 2019

 

By: Content Provided by Feltrim Sports.

Haines City  - Feltrim Sports, the premier sports facility in the greater Central Florida area, announced recently a partnership with East Preps LLC to host the 2nd annual SPIRAL “All America Classic” High School All-Star Game. The game is set for a 7 p.m. kickoff Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020, at Feltrim Sports Village (Stadium).

   The game is presented by the FBS Tropical Bowl College Football All-Star Game Committee.

   The roster features 110 of the best high-school seniors from around the country and is heavy with Florida elite talent. Players are traveling from as far as California, Arizona, Alabama, Tennessee, Ohio, New York, and Texas. Owner of East Preps LLC, Michael Quartey Esq., was not lacking in options for the game; choosing Feltrim Sports Village over numerous other venues.

   "We are extremely excited to bring the All America Classic High School Football Senior All-Star Bowl to the brand-new, state of the art Feltrim Sports Village in the Orlando area,” Quartey said. “Balmoral Resort Florida will be the perfect site to host our players and their families and we are also enthusiastic to work with Polk County Sports Marketing to bring this and other events to the area."

   The America Team will be coached by Steve Allen, head coach at DeLand High School, and the National Team will be coached by Anthony Paul Davis, former head coach of Tohopekaliga High School in Kissimmee.

   College coaches are expected to attend and scout from NCAA D1/FCS Programs such as Stetson University, Jacksonville University, Prairie View A&M, Virginia University - Lynchburg. The All America Classic has partnered with the Orlando area's newest post-graduate academy Valley State to develop more scouting opportunities for high school seniors.

   Tickets to the game cost $10 at the gate, cash or credit card. All military personnel with a military ID will get in for free.

   The classic honors all who have served America. A special halftime ceremony will honor all branches of the military and law enforcement.

   The game will be broadcast live by FloFootball to more than 100,000 subscribers at www.allamericaclassic.com/tv

 About Feltrim Sports:

   Phase I of The Sports Village is an all-turf soccer and football stadium, with a seating capacity of 2,500 spectators, there are turf practice fields that are adjacent to the stadium, 10 sand volleyball courts, mini-golf course, and a fieldhouse with four collegiate locker rooms. Additionally, Feltrim has partnered with international soccer legend Ronaldo, to form the R9 Soccer Academy.

   Phase II includes Feltrim Sports Arena. The 70,000 sq. ft. arena includes a championship court with a spectator seating capacity of 2,500, 4 basketball & volleyball practice courts, an e-sports center, hospitality suites, 4 golf simulators, sports performance center, and more.

 About SPIRAL/ East Preps:

   SPIRAL/ East Preps is the company that owns and operates the All America Classic and this year marks its 10th year in business. The company also puts on 3 premier college senior bowls including the FBS Tropical Bowl, the National Bowl, and the FCS Bowl that have collectively seen over 300 players go on to the NFL.

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