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Tennesee Future Stars

Tennesee Future Stars

Tennesee Future Stars

Tens of thousands of children learn the basics of archery, banding, and robotics in TNES Future Stars’ summer camps in Tennessee, where they promise a great time regardless of age, gender, and socioeconomic background. TNES Future Stars also offers summer camps in Middle Tennessee, North Carolina, and North Florida.

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The three players will have a “big brother” around to make sure they don’t get into too much trouble running around a college campus the next few days. William Long, a former three-year player in this same game, two-time Kentucky captain, and the only player in series history to have played for both Tennessee and Kentucky, is an alumni-coach for the 7th-grade Future Stars.

The Nashville Predators prospects will take to the ice at Bridgestone Arena in the 2017 Future Stars Game. Entry for the Future Stars Game presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is $5 for Season-Ticket Citizens and $10 for the general public, with all proceeds benefiting the Ford Ice Scholarship Fund, which equips and pays the fees for underprivileged youth. (Source: www.bridgestonearena.com)

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The players will undergo intensive practice sessions and offensive/defensive install toward preparing the 6th/7th/and 8th-grade teams for the games which will be played at Brentwood Academy in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, June 19, 2021. The first of the kickoffs will be a 11:00 AM CST and the remaining games will immediately follow.

Team Tennessee owned this series for the first several years of the rivalry but, as the Kentucky talent steadily improved, so has Kentucky’s prospects in these annually-held contests. In recent years, Kentucky has been dominate in the series, going 2-1 in the three games the last time the contests were able to be played in the summer of 2019. (Source: www.nolangroupmedia.com)

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This morning, the Kentucky Future Stars team will check in at Morehead State University for camp in preparation for the annual Kentucky-Tennessee Future Star’s Classic. This year’s versions of “Team Kentucky” will have a distinct Breathitt County flavor, with a county resident either coaching or playing for all three of the squads.

The three players will have a “big brother” around to make sure they don’t get into too much trouble running around a college campus the next few days. William Long, a former three-year player in this same game, two-time Kentucky captain, and the only player in series history to have played for both Tennessee and Kentucky, is an alumni-coach for the 7th-grade Future Stars. (Source: www.nolangroupmedia.com)

 

 

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