Tennessee Future Stars 2017

Tennessee Future Stars 2017

Tennessee Future Stars 2017


Tennessee Future Stars is an annual event that places exceptional students from public and private high schools in an academic competition. We provide students from across the state with the chance to compete on their merit, honor their school, and showcase their talents in an event hosted by the state's top education advocates.


Each participant will then have the opportunity to try out to be selected to attend a 3 Day camp and cheer at the Kentucky Future Stars All-star football game and activities. Participants will try out by performing the materials/cheers focused on during the tryout clinic. Each participant will begin by spiriting onto the try out floor. Any running or standing tumbling will be performed after the cheer performance. Running or standing tumbling is optional and not required.

“Future Stars is a good opportunity for kids to learn the fundamentals that will carry them through high school and potentially college,” said APSU Head Football Coach Will Healy. “It will help them gain confidence and grow more fully into who they are as a player. We want to make sure that this event is a fun opportunity and a rewarding experience for all of the kids who come to play football in this first-class stadium in this first-class city. Whether or not they ever advance to college or Division 1 football, we want them to enjoy their time here.” (Source: clarksvillenow.com)


“You all have an outstanding facility at Austin Peay, and having our guys play on a Division 1 campus is a big goal for us,” said Tennessee Future Stars Executive Director Josh Jones. “This event is an excellent opportunity for middle schoolers to get an early start on exposure as they are heading into high school. We have a great relationship with Coach Healy and wanted to be in Clarksville. We came and visited campus and saw that you all will be a terrific host city. It’s a good match.”

It was the spring of 7th grade, and a young and naive Jackson Lampley was training to become a Tennessee Future Star. The Tennessee Future Stars is an all star football team for 7th graders, and there is also one for 8th graders. After trying out for the seventh grade team in the 6th grade, and not making it. 13 year old Jackson Lampley was determined to make the 7th grade team. I was so determined like Rocky Balboa in Rocky VI (the best movie of the series), you could 've probably made a pretty epic training montage for me. I started running up and down the massive hill that I have for a backyard, and I also bought a rope agility ladder to improve my footwork. I would do about 100 push ups and sit ups a night, and yes at the time I thought…show more content… (Source: www.ipl.org)


Varsity Football Wins 33-15 to End the Season The Jenkins County Varsity football program ended its season in style Friday night with a 33-15 victory over Montgomery County. The region crossover game was hosted by Jenkins County High School with kickoff beginning at 7:30pm. The crowd was extremely slim despite the perfect conditions with clear skies and temperatures in the low seventies.

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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