HISTORY OF ALL-STAR BOYS' SOCCER GAMES
1983 - EAST 4, WEST 1 - Kevin Brune of Biloxi Mercy Cross rammed home two goals within three minutes of each other in the second half, snapping a 1-1 tie and leading the East to victory in the first Mississippi High School All-Star Soccer Game. Gulfport's Tim Bockenstedt scored the East's other two goals, while Kevin Topik of Jackson St. Joseph scored for the West, connecting at 24: 17 in the first half for the first all-star game goal ever. An estimated 2,300 people turned out for the contest at Mississippi College's Robinson Field.
1984 - WEST 2, EAST 1 - An aggressive first-half offense boosted the West into an early lead and second-half concentration on defense enabled them to hold it, evening the series at a game a piece with a 2-1 win. Clinton's Kevin Nieminen and Jackson Jim Hill's Bruce Burnside kicked in the West goals, and it proved to be enough, as the East could counter with only one goal by Brandon's Phillip Patureau with just over three minutes left. Another good crowd of some 2,000 fans showed up for the contest.
1985 - SOUTH 6, NORTH 1 - Ocean Spring's Joel Turk scored two goals and won the first William Winter Trophy as the MVP in leading the South to a 6-1 victory over the North before an estimated 2,000 fans at Robinson Field of Mississippi College. Assisting Turk were Dennis Mlakar of Warren Central with two goals, Brady Greer of Warren Central with one goal, and Jay Bourgeois of Pascagoula with a goal. The North's lone goal came early in the second half on a goal by Henry Whitfield of Tupelo, before a final flurry of four unanswered goals from the South.
1986 - SOUTH 2, NORTH 0 - The North squad put heavy pressure on a fatigued South team during the second half, but could never overcome the South's two first-half goals in a contest played before 2,000 fans in Robinson- Hale Stadium at Mississippi College. Sammy Sliman of Mercy Cross and Rolando Marsh of Biloxi scored the two South goals.
1987 - SOUTH 3, NORTH 3 - Gulfport's Tim Bruni scored a goal with four minutes left to salvage a tie for the South. No overtime is played in the all-star game. Todd Langlinais of Ocean Springs and Bruni scored the South's other two goals, while Starkville's Jamie Marszalek, John Mullen of Clinton and Brandon's Mike Jay scored for the North.
1988 - SOUTH 4, NORTH 2 - The South All-Stars continued their dominance of the North by pulling out a 4-2 victory. They broke a 2-2 deadlock in the second half on a controversial hand penalty on the North's Kevin Sanders. Troy Russell (OLV) converted the penalty kick to give the South the lead. Ocean Springs' Andy Davis scored two goals, both on assists from Forest Hill's Trey Lovertich. Lovertich also scored a goal on an assist from Davis. David Thigpen of Clinton and Madison- Ridgeland's Marty Houck scored the North's goals.
1989 - SOUTH 1, NORTH 1 - The North didn't win its first Coca-Cola All-Star Soccer Game, but it earned a 1-1 tie in the seventh annual game. In 1985, the format was changed from East-West to North-South. Since then the South has won two games and two ended in a tie. Kiley Ham of Murrah scored for the North at 30 minutes of the second half to tie the game. Patrick Hayes of Ocean Springs gave the South a 1-0 lead in the first half. David Beaugez of Ocean Springs took three of his team's 10 first-half shots.
1990 - SOUTH 2, NORTH 1- The South beat the North 2-1 after jumping out to a 2-0 lead in the first half at Mississippi College's Robinson-Hale Stadium. The South's Keith Munn of Pascagoula was named Most Valuable Offensive Player. He headed on one goal and had an assist. The South's other goal came from Resurrection's John Lawrence. Madison-Ridgeland's Jamie Pittman of the North was chosen Most Valuable Defensive Player. The North's Chad Pope of Tupelo was the recipient of the William Winter Award, presented to the player who excels in academics, leadership, sportsmanship and play in the game.
1991 - SOUTH 2, NORTH 2- A wild flurry of goals in the final 1 minute and 10 seconds of the game kept the North winless but happy in the series. South All-Star Shaun Crotwell of Pearl scored with 1:10 on the clock to put the South up 2-1, but with only 10 seconds left, the North stormed down the field and North fullback Tony Collins of Madison-Ridgeland slammed a deflected pass into the goal to tie the contest in dramatic fashion. The South had previously led 1-0 when Bay St. Louis native Scott Barnes scored with 12:52 left in the first half, but the North tied it 1-1 on a goal by Clinton's Jesse Alford just 9 minutes into the second stanza. Barnes was named the Most Valuable Offensive Player as he also assisted on Crotwell's short-lived go-ahead goal. The North's Matt McCurdy of Tupelo was tabbed as the Most Valuable Defensive Player. The South's Clay Grantham of Forest Hill in Jackson won the William Winter Award,
1992 - NORTH 5, SOUTH 2 - In the 10th annual contest, the North defeated the South for the first time in the series by a 5-2 score, Matt Brown of Murrah paced the North with an incredible 4 goals and was easily named the game's Best Offensive Player. Brown tallied twice in the first half on assists by Mark Enis of Tupelo, who was chosen as Best Defensive Player. The North made it 4-0 in the second half on a goal by Warren Central's Chris Madison and Brown's hat trick goal on a penalty kick. The South scored twice to make the game close at 4-2, but Brown notched his 4th of the night in the final minutes to seal the game for the North, who had four losses and 3 ties in the series.
1993 - NORTH 0, SOUTH 0 - Brandon's Jason Craft performed goaltender acrobatics and preserved a 0-0 tie for the North in a superb defensive duel. Craft made a spectacular save in the final 5 minutes as he halted a 20-yard blast aimed at the top right corner of the goal from the South's Chic Chichkanov of Long Beach. Equally impressive were the goalies for the South, Jason Long of Gulfport and Ben Lee of Laurel. Long stopped the North on a key save in the final minutes to keep the contest tied. Craft captured the William Winter MVP Award, while Chichkanov was picked as Best Offensive Player. Scot Ehrgott of Warren Central was named as Best Defensive Player. The tie game was the fourth since 1987 and kept the South in the series lead with a 4-1 mark.
1994 - NORTH 0, SOUTH 0 - For the second straight year, the 12th annual game ended in a scoreless tie. Both teams had numerous chances to score, some from deadly range at the net, but neither could notch a goal in 80 minutes of play. Despite the lack of scoring, Dean Farrar of Clinton had enough chances to be named the Best Offensive Player for the South. In a night of superb goaltending, goalie Jeremy Gunalda of Madison Central was selected as Best Defensive Player for the North. The William Winter Award for excellence in leadership and sportsmanship was given to the North's Sean Pfifer of Columbus. The scoreless contest was the fourth tie since the game was changed to a North-South format in 1985 and kept the South in the series lead 4-1-5.
1995 - SOUTH 3, NORTH 1 - Both teams ended a two year scoring drought as a four goal flurry in the 13th
annual game provided the South with a series lead of 5-1. The South jumped in front 2-0 as B. J. Davis of Long Beach scored 15 minutes into the contest and Joseph Lawrence of Resurrection put a free kick in the net 5 minutes later. In the second half, the North finally scored after 3 years as Pearl's Brad Franklin tallied to make the score 2-1. The North then scored for the South as an inadvertent header went into the North net. Davis was named the Most Valuable Offensive Player and teammate Emile Craig of St. John was selected as the Defensive Most Valuable Player. Marc Bryant of Brandon received the William Winter Award for leadership and sportsmanship.
1996 - SOUTH 3, NORTH 0 - Brad Cannon and Casey Swanson of St. Stanislaus scored two goals as the South extended its lead in the series to 6-1-5 in the 14th annual game. Cannon headed a deflected shot into the net at the 26 minute mark of the first half to put the South ahead. Jesse Farley of Forest Hill provided the South with a 2-0 lead with a long unassisted goal at the 34 minute mark of the first stanza. Swanson closed out the scoring as he took a low crossing pass from Pascagoula's Martin Millette and headed it into the net at the 64th minute of the second half. Darrell Slimmon of Long Beach was chosen as the Most Valuable Defensive Player while Swanson was the Most Valuable Offensive Player.
1997 - NORTH 1, SOUTH 0 - Warren Central's Chad Monsour scored the winning goal after 68 scoreless minutes to pace the North to a victory in the 15th annual contest. Monsour's goal netted him offensive MVP honors for the game as he glanced at the goal and sent it right at the far goal post. Despite pregame predictions for a high scoring affair, the two teams played superb defense at the soccer field at Joe Renfroe Memorial Stadium at Hinds Community College in Raymond. The South's Lane Malone of Clinton was named defensive MVP while Brandon's goalie Chris Wartes for the North made key defensive saves.
1998 - NORTH 3, SOUTH 0 - For the second straight year, the North shut out the South. Southaven's James Stone, Brandon's Curtis Jones, and Tupelo's Jared McCord scored the 3 goals for the North at Joe Renfroe Memorial Stadium at Hinds Community College at Raymond. Stone received the Best Offensive Player Award while Jones was named Best Defensive Player. Jimmy Hamilton of Long Beach was awarded the William Winter Award for leadership and sportsmanship on and off the field.
1999 - NORTH 4, SOUTH 3 - The North won their third straight game in the series at Joe Renfroe Stadium at Hinds Community College in Raymond in a last minute 4-3 thriller. North stopper Caleb Yates of Columbus, who was also presented with the William Winter Student Athlete Award, scored the game winning goal after driving through an opening in the South defense with seconds remaining. The South had taken an early 2-0 lead after Clinton's Jeremy Christopher scored on a penalty kick in the fourth minute of play. John Lytton of Madison Central, the Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year, set up the South's second goal by shooting the ball off the top goalpost to Anthony Thomas of St. Joseph, who kicked in the rebound. Tupelo's Patrick Montgomery set up the North's first foal by feeding Ryan Newman of Vicksburg for a goal in the 15th minute. The North then tied the game near the end of the first half in spectacular fashion as Corinth's Jay Shipp fed a pass to Brandon midfielder Cory King who headed the ball into the net in mid air. The North took a 3-2 lead in the 47th minute as Don Cook of Greenville St. Joseph scored on an assist to Tupelo's Montgomery. Just 10 minutes later, however, the South struck on a goal by St. Stanislaus' Nick Middleton with an assist by Jeremy Christopher, who was named Offensive Most Valuable Player for his goal and assist. Curt Cockrell of Tupelo was named the Defensive MVP.
2000 - SOUTH 4, NORTH 1 - The South's Clint King of Brandon scored the hat trick of 3 goals to snap the North's three game winning streak in the 18th Annual game held at Joe Renfroe Stadium at Hinds Community College in Raymond. King, an All State player, was named the game's Most Valuable Offensive Player for his scoring spree. The South had broken a scoreless tie in the 29th minute when Gautier's Michael Furlan scored. Just four minutes later, King kicked in the first of his three goals. King then drilled one in from point blank range in the 59th minute and sealed the game by slipping past the North defense and scoring in the 61st minute. The King hat trick was the first in the series since Murrah's Matt Brown scored four goals in 1992. The North dodged the shutout when Florence's Jared Rickman connected on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute. South goalkeeper Jerry Rayborn of Oak Grove was named the Best Defensive Player of the game while Clinton's Kian Khanifar received the William Winter Award for academics and sportsmanship.
2001- SOUTH 1, NORTH 0 - The South won their second game in a row over the North squad as Brandon's Rob Gilreath scored the only goal of the game unassisted from point blank range in the 48th minute of the first half. Gilreath, named the Offensive MVP, worked his way past several North defenders and drilled the ball into the goal for what would be the winning margin in the game. The South's Matthew Nicosia of St. Joseph was selected as the Defensive MVP while his teammate, Daniel Sumerall of Warren Central, received the William Winter Sportsmanship Award. Minutes after a close scoring chance by the South's Gordy Myrick of Gulfport, the South's goalie, Brant Bower of Northwest Rankin, prevented a scoring chance when he snatched a corner kick by the North's Kyle Crawford of Columbus out of the air. The South maintain their overall series lead with an 8-4-5 record compiled since the game was changed from an East-West format in 1985.
2002 - NORTH 5, SOUTH 0 - Steven Farris of Pearl became only the third player to score 3 goals or more in the game's 20 year series history as the North blasted the South in a 5-0 shutout. Farris, named the game MVP, matched the efforts of Murrah’s Matt Brown (1992) and Brandon's Clint King (2000) in netting the hat trick. The North led 1-0 at halftime on the strength of Farris' first goal which was scored in the 22nd minute with an assist from Will Sowell of Brandon. Minutes later, the South misfired on a chance by Petal's Walt Thomas, who missed wide left on a feed from West Lauderdale's Brandon Rogers and changed the complexion of the game. The North took advantage of the close call and outshot the South 20-3 in the second half, 26-8 overall, scoring 4 more goals. Farris scored the next two goals, tallying the hat trick in the 51st minute on a rebound shot against South goalie Dee Vydra of Madison Central. Starkville's Lars Mylroie and Madison St. Joseph's John Spencer added the final two goals for the North. Tupelo players received two of the game's main awards as Lowrey Crews was named the Most Valuable Defensive player of the game and Chris Carnell received the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award. The North victory cut the series lead for the South to 8-5-5.
2003 - NORTH 3, SOUTH 0 - For the second consecutive year, the North blanked the South to slice the South's series lead to 8-6-5. Mitch Usry of Florence was named the Offensive MVP after he scored two goals and added an assist to pace the North to the victory. Usry fed Madison Central's Kyle Moore on the first goal of the game at the 37th minute mark for the 1-0 lead. Usry then scored on a penalty kick to make it 2 nil, North. With one minute remaining, Usry scored once again, this time with an assist from teammate Moore. The South's Brandon Baas of Oak Grove was named the Defensive MVP for the game. The North's Walker Williams of Brandon, the Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year, received the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award.
2004 - NORTH 2, SOUTH 2 - The two squads overcame one-goal deficits and battled to a 2-2 deadlock marking the 6th tie of the series. The North took the early lead five minutes into the game as John Mark Scruggs of Tupelo fed a pass to Matthew Long of Grenada who rifled a shot from 30 feet that beat South goalie Alex Bondurant of St. Andrew's by hitting the bottom of the crossbar and falling into the goal. The South surged ahead with two straight goals in the second half. Britt Barefoot of West Jones scored into an empty net in the 43rd minute when North goalie Tommy Pharr of Tupelo attempted to cut off a pass from Henry Lawrence of St. Joseph. Eight minutes later, Lawrence, the game's Offensive MVP who assisted on both South goals, fed Allen Carlisle of Warren Central for a 2-1 South lead. With 15 minutes remaining in the game, Tupelo's John Mark Scruggs tied the contest for the North after taking a pass from Ragan Walters of Northwest Rankin and converting a low shot inside the left post. Madison Central's Matt Ellis nearly won the contest for the North, but South goalie Bondurant stopped the hard shot on the last play of the game. The North's Jesse Purvis of Northwest Rankin was chosen the Defensive MVP and Allen Carlisle was named the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award winner. With the tie, the series remained in favor of the South with an 8-6-6 record.
2005 - SOUTH 3, NORTH 2 - Taylor Triplett of St. Andrew's scored a pair of goals to lead the South to a 3- 2 win in the 23rd annual contest. The South built up a 3 goal lead and held off a late North rally to increase the series margin to 9-6-6. Tripp Harkins of Madison St. Joseph scored first for the South followed by the two goals of Triplett, who was named the Best Offensive Player of the game. Randy Culpepper of Northwest Rankin, who was selected as the game's Best Defensive Player, started the North comeback by drilling home a shot on an assist from Brandon's Hunter Hood in the 53rd minute. Culpepper tallied a second North goal in the 68th minute on an assist from Bryson Moore of Madison Central who had raced down the left side of the field to set up the score. Hood and Moore nearly scored the tying goal after passing down the field in the 72nd minute, but a shot by Tupelo's Patrick Elkins sailed over the crossbar. The South's Austin Ladner of St. Stanislaus was chosen as the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award winner.
2006 - SOUTH 4, NORTH 3 - Gulfport's Gustavo Clavijo scored two goals and was named the game's Best Offensive Player as he led the South to a tight see-saw one goal win to maintain the series lead at 10-6-6. Nason Stephens of Brookhaven, who was chosen as Best Defensive Player, started the high scoring contest in the 17th minute on a rebound shot to give the South an early lead. Two minutes later, Callaway's Ahmad Smith scored on a penalty kick to tie the game. The North took its first lead in the 23rd minute as Jacob Lawrence of St. Joseph's tallied on a header, but Clavijo responded with his two goals to give the South a 3-2 halftime lead. Lee Williamson of Pearl tied the game at 3-3 in the 60th minute with an assist by Lawrence. Brandon's Bruce Snow scored what proved to be the winning goal in the 74th minute. Snow's goal was the seventh goal of the game, tying the record for most goals set in 1985, 1992, and 1999. Wade Spurlock of Starkville received the William Winter Award.
2007 - NORTH 9, SOUTH 1 - The North set a record for the most goals scored and largest margin of victory by blasting the South 9-1 and cutting the South's series lead to 10-7-6. The North rout topped the South's 6-1 win in 1985 easily as 7 different players tallied goals led by Offensive MVP Michael Cooper of Vicksburg, who scored a hat trick of 3 goals and added one assist. Cooper assisted on a goal by Clinton's Barry Prather in the 14th minute and then scored in the 54th, 63rd, and 76th minutes. Michael Lindsay of Starkville, David Slowik of Pearl, Brandt Sutton of Northwest Rankin, and Jake Hyer of Tupelo all scored for the North with Slowik and Lindsay adding two assists each. Even Tupelo goalkeeper Andrew Dailey joined in the scoring as he went the length of the field to shoot home a penalty kick for the North's 8th goal in the 71st minute. Gulfport's Kyle Williams scored the South's only goal in the 42nd minute. The North's Parker Ware of Northwest Rankin was selected as the Most Valuable Defensive player while the South's Conley Bounds of Ocean Springs was presented with the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award.
2008 - NORTH 5, SOUTH 2 - Three goals in the final eight minutes propelled the North to a 5-2 win reducing the South's series lead to 10-8-6. Tied at 2-2, the North picked up their second straight win with a barrage of goals by Oxford's Garner Shivers, who was named Offensive MVP, and Madison Central all-stars Patrick Bierdeman and Logan Jones. The North struck first in the game as Jake Benton of Northwest Rankin scored in the fifth minute of play. The South took the lead on a pair of goals by John Paul Price of North Pike and Ross Smith of Natchez. The North's Logan Jones then scored his first goal of the day in the 33rd minute to tie the game at 2-2. The game remained tied until Shivers scored in the 72nd minute after he rebounded a blocked shot and found the corner of the goal. Bierdeman's goal followed in the 78th minute and Jones' 2nd goal clinched the win in the game's final minute. The South's Jeremy Simmons of Harrison Central was selected as the game's Defensive MVP while the South's Evan Cransford of St. Stanislaus received the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award.
2009 - SOUTH 2, NORTH 2 - Sam Williams of Northwest Rankin provided all of the scoring punch in a comeback tie for the North. Williams, who was selected as the game's Most Valuable Offensive player, scored 2 crucial goals minutes after the South had taken leads in the contest. After a scoreless first half, the South tallied on a goal by JaMarius Gray of Hattiesburg with an assist by Meridian's Dallas Hannah at the 56th minute of play. Two minutes later, Williams netted his first goal with an assist by Taylor Chisolm of Caledonia to tie the game at 1-1. The South took a 2-1 lead in the 75th minute on a goal by Cameron Troutman of Ocean Springs with an assist by Gulfport's Fabiel Martinez. Three minutes later, however, Williams struck again for the North with the game-tying goal on an assist by his Northwest Rankin teammate Ben Stricklin. The South's Kyle Miller of Pascagoula was named the Defensive MVP. The South's Johan Both of Meridian received the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award. With the tie, the South continues to lead the series at 10-8-7 under the current format.
2010 - NORTH 1, SOUTH 0 - Tupelo's Patrick McPherson scored on a header in the 43rd minute off an assist by Madison Central's B.J. Williams to lead the North to the shutout victory. McPherson was named as the Best Offensive Player while the South's Matt Greenough of East Central was selected as the Best Defensive Player. The North's Nate Hodges of West Lauderdale was named the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award winner. The North win sliced the South's overall lead in the series to 10-9-7.
2011- SOUTH 3, NORTH 2 - The South claimed a one goal victory to maintain the overall series lead at 11-9-7. Cameron Peranich of Gulfport, Garrett Head of Oak Grove, and Derrick "Ducky" Troutman of Ocean Springs all tallied for the South. The North goals were scored by Chucky Hayden of Vicksburg and Jonathan Brown of Clinton. "Ducky" Troutman of Ocean Springs was selected as the Offensive MVP while Northwest Rankin's Arlington Shirley of the North was named the Defensive MVP. Petal's Taylor Higgason received the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award.
2012- NORTH 1, SOUTH 0- The North blanked the South to cut the South's overall series lead to 11- 10-7. Amory's Zach Khima scored the game winning goal for the North in the 17th minute with an assist from Madison Central's Jaylon Brown. Khima, who scored a state record 57 goals in 2010 and tallied 17 goals in limited play in 2011, was named the Offensive MVP. Brandon's Michael Durr was named the game's Defensive MVP. Clinton's Jake Files was selected for the William Winter Award.
2013- SOUTH 2, NORTH 1- The South edged the North in a close contest to keep their overall series lead at 12-10-7. The North's Garrett Trautman of Amory knocked in a header in the 4th minute to give his squad a 1-0 lead. The South responded with back-to-back goals three minutes apart by Pascagoula's Mitchell Cecatiello and Bay High's Colby Krost to claim a 2-1 lead. Oxford's Hunter Stewart fired a shot just off the mark that would have tied the score for the North, but the South's halftime lead stood for the 2-1 victory. Cecatiello was selected as the Offensive MVP while Evinn Watson of Hattiesburg was the Defensive MVP for the South. Amory's Garrett Trautman of the North was named the William Winter Scholar Athlete for the game.
2014- SOUTH 2, NORTH 2- The South claimed their second consecutive win to increase their overall series lead to 13-10-7. Austin Robbins of Sacred Heart tallied a 3-goal hat trick for the South and was named the Offensive MVP. Jared Brister of Gulfport scored the other goal for the South. The North goals were scored by Chance Bourdene of Northwest Rankin and Aaron Gutierrez of Forest. The North's Derek Marshall of Madison Central was selected as the game's Defensive MVP. The North's Luke Sims of Florence was named the William Winter Scholar Athlete.
2015- NORTH 1, SOUTH 0- The North halted the South's two-game winning streak with the one goal shutout to cut the South's series lead to 13-11-7. The lone goal of the game came in the 3rd minute of the first half as Paxton Bounds of Pearl scored for the North on an assist by B.J. Sanders of Madison Central. Bounds headed in a superb cross pass by Sanders for the eventual game winning score and was named the game's Offensive MVP. The South almost tied the game late in the second half on a shot by Christian Longnecker of Gulfport, but the North's Dalton Sullivan of Pearl headed the shot over the goal for the timely save. The South's Ben Troutman of Ocean Springs was named the game's Defensive MVP. The South's Allec Willis of Oak Grove was selected for the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award.
2016- SOUTH 2, NORTH 1- Despite being outshot 21-14 during the game, the South escaped with a 2-1 win over their North opponents. The South increased their series lead to 14-11-7 with the win. Jeff Bruni of Gulfport scored 2 goals in a 5 minute span in the first half to stake the South to a 2-0 lead at halftime. The North had a first half goal by Christian Williams of Northwest Rankin waived off an offsides call. The North tallied 13 minutes into the second half as Brian Leyva of Lafayette scored on a rebound to cut the South lead in half. South goalkeeper Travis Harper of Ocean Springs made 10 saves to preserve the win. North Pontotoc's John Gonzalez of the North squad was named the Defensive Most Valuable Player while the South's Bruni claimed the Offensive Most Valuable Player honors with his 2 game clinching goals. The North's Zack Bailey of Madison Central was named as the winner of the William Winter Scholar Athlete Award.
2017- NORTH 4, SOUTH 0- The North scored their first goal in the game when Amory's Brendan Koehn headed the Chandler Shirley (NW Rankin) crossed ball past the keeper. The second goal came in the first 10 minutes of the second half when Madison Central's Parker Trawick converted a penalty kick awarded to the South for a foul in the penalty area. The South added to their lead with 22 minutes left in the game when Amory's Koehn scored his second goal of the game on a pass from Kosciusko's Kenny Ashmore. Koehn completed the hat trick when finished another pass from Ashmore to give the North their final goal of the game.
2018- SOUTH 2, NORTH 1- The South Boys won the 36th annual MAC Boys' All-Star game 2-1 also. The North's Clayton O'Daniel (Tupelo) got the game’s first goal in the 20th minute of the first half. In the 34th minute, the South's Mike Jimenez (Ocean Springs) scored to tie the game up. In the 38th minute, Caleb Burke (Ocean Springs) put the South ahead 2-1, and after a scoreless 2nd half, his goal proved to be the game winner.
2019- SOUTH 1 NORTH 0- In the 2019 Baptist Rehab Services All-Star boys’ game, the South defeated the North 1-0. Brandon’s Matt Burke scored the game’s only goal in the 6th minute. He stole a clearing pass and fired the ball into the left corner. Bay High keeper John Bowman saved several strong shots from the North including a point blank strike in the last minute. Bowman earned defensive Player of the Game, and Gulfport’s Andrew LeBlanc took offensive MVP. Biloxi’s Mitchell Pegoda won the William Winter Award.
2020– NORTH 3, SOUTH 1—The North boys won the second match by a score of 3-1. Scoring goals were Luke Bryant, Keaton Tingley, and Miles Sims. Bryant also added a pair of assists. The North was coached by Lewisburg’s Harl Roehm. Randy West of Brandon coached the South boys. The offensive MVP went to Bryant. The defensive MVP was awarded to goalkeeper Garrett Wise from Madison Central. The William Winter Scholar-Athlete was Edward Brown from Oxford. Sacred Heart midfielder Heath Flateau received the game ball.
2021- SOUTH 5 – NORTH 1-- In the 4th minute, Gulfport forward Peyton Ladner scored off a rebound. The North answered in the 25th minute when Clinton’s Jarrean Hoskins sent a driven ball over the South’s keeper. Just seconds before halftime, Laurel forward Bryce Page scored giving the South a 2-1 lead. The South would add two quick goals to begin the second half. Ladner scored his second of the game shortly before Oak Grove’s Miller Hayden scored his first. The final goal was scored by Oak Grove forward Noah Roblin. The offensive MVP was awarded to Hayden. The defensive MVP went to Terry defender Julian Allen. The William Winter Scholar was Alexander Mobley from Oxford. The game ball was awarded to Franklin County’s Ty Whittington.