Coleman's own Brock Bouldin was selected to play in the Big Country Fellowship of Christian Athletes Myrle Greathouse All-Star Classic on Saturday night at Shotwell Stadium. Makailey Rosales was selected as a student trainer for both the football and volleyball games that took place that day. Brooklyn Gilbreath was selected to the All-Star South Softball team, and competed in San Angelo. The students involved in the All-Star Festival were hosted in homes, as chosen by the FCA organization, and were given several days of fun, food and worship, along with the practices and games they were selected for.
Gilbreath played in the All-Star Softball game in San Angelo on Friday, June 11, 2021. The South Team won 9-3 and Gilbreath had a memorable experience and played well, representing the Bluekatts! Gilbreath got on base with a single, stole 2nd, advanced to 3rd and scored off a teammate's RBI. She played left and centerfield. (Photos above of Brooklyn are courtesy of her Mom, Bridget Gilbreath.)
Attached is a Photo Album of Coleman Today photos of Bouldin and Rosales from the football game. Below are excerpts from the Big Country Preps online article on that game, as written by Brandon McAuliffe:
On a night where offensive yards were at a premium, it was the Red team that came away with a 17-7 win over the Blue team in the Big Country Fellowship of Christian Athletes Myrle Greathouse All-Star Classic on Saturday night at Shotwell Stadium.
...The Blue team’s defensive highlights came on sacks by Brayden Dunlap (Miles), JJ Lee (Mason) and Coleman’s Brock Bouldin...
With Saturday’s win, the Red team improved to 3-2 since the current draft format was implemented for the 2016 game. The game had featured a North-South alignment to that point.
One highlight of the game was that Lingleville’s Jonathan Davis, who has cerebral palsy, opened the scoring in the third quarter with a 70-yard touchdown run in the night’s feel-good moment. Davis was mobbed by both teams in the end zone after scoring and finishing off the play with an emphatic spike.
“That was pure joy to watch him do his thing. He was excited and our kids were excited to see a kid that faces adversity every day and overcomes it,” Brownwood head coach Sammy Burnett said. “To see Red and Blue surround him and love on him was outstanding.” (See photo of the endzone celebration in the PHOTO ALBUM.)
Added Stephenville head coach Sterling Doty: “That’s what it’s all about. He’s going to remember that forever and so will everybody here.”
The Big Country Preps complete article can be read here: