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Class B all stars reflect on football memories

Posted at 6:07 PM, Jun 08, 2018

BILLINGS – Some of the best football players in Montana will take the field one final time Friday night in the Class B all-star game at Rocky Mountain College.

From highlight-reel plays, to game-winning moments, to championship seasons, fans have seen these players do it all over the last four years. Some will continue their craft at the next level, but for many, Friday is the last time they’ll ever put on the pads. And in the lead-up to this week, that got them thinking about how good a time it has been.

“I noticed that during track season, every time I would pick up a football it would just bring back a whole bunch of nostalgia,” said Eureka’s Stetson Miller. “This is a place to make memories, and I hope to.”

“Oh man, memories, I have so many,” added Jefferson running back Nate Brunett. “I’d have to say Townsend, playing against them. I have a lot of good buddies who play for Townsend – just trying to smoke ’em on the field and then afterwards giving high fives and saying I love you.

“And wrestling season – my fullback is the guy that I actually got knocked out to, and we’re great friends! So I mean, it’s weird what football can do – it brings people together.”

The Class B all-star game kicks off at 7:00 p.m.