By Doug Gorman
Football season ended at Lovejoy High School after the Wildcats' second-round loss to Westside-Macon, but for two seniors on this year's team there is one more high school game yet to play.
Defensive ends Jeremy Lomax and Anthony Parker have each been selected to represent the South squad in the annual Georgia Athletic Coaches' Association North-South All-star game.
This year's contest will be played on December 30th in Columbus.
Kick off is set for 2 p.m.
Running back Travis Evans, who helped lead Westside to the victory against Lovejoy, has been selected to play for the Southside.
Newnan wide receiver Demiko Goodman, whose team shocked Parkview last Friday to move into the Class AAAAA semifinals at the Georgia Dome will also team with Lomax and Parker.
During the regular season, Lovejoy beat Newnan.
Sam Barrs, who is now retired from high school coaching, will coach the South squad.
Carro Wright (Northeast Macon), Rance Gillespie (Peach County), Steve Chafin (Mary Pearsons), Chuck Conley (Perry)
Mike Singletary (Colquitt County), Frank Vohun (Lee County), Clay Hill (Crisp County) Lee Campbell (Hawkinsville) will serve as assistant coaches for the South squad.
Two former head coaches at Riverdale High School will help with the annual all-star game.
Kennedy holds the Clayton County record for career wins. In 18 seasons, he won 94 games.
George Spencer, who now works at Screven County, will serve as South Coordinator. Bill Kennendy, who is now retired, will work as event coordinator.
The North team will be coached by Parkview's Cecil Flowe, who team had won three straight state crowns until this season.