Locomotives well represented at East-West Shrine Game

Thursday, June 24, 2021
James Ochs tackles a player at the East–West Shrine game last weekend in Billings.

James Ochs tackles a player at the East–West Shrine game last weekend in Billings.

The five Laurel High School players and two cheerleaders selected for the East–West Shrine game on Saturday. From the left are Madelynn Hust, James Ochs, Colter Bales, Connor Ulschak, Jack Waddell, Eli Aby and Keeli Harris. Photos courtesy Gloria Allwin

The five Laurel High School players and two cheerleaders selected for the East–West Shrine game on Saturday. From the left are Madelynn Hust, James Ochs, Colter Bales, Connor Ulschak, Jack Waddell, Eli Aby and Keeli Harris. Photos courtesy Gloria Allwin

Jack Waddell (#9) goes up for a pass during the East–West Shrine game last week. The West All– Star team won the game 21–12.

Jack Waddell (#9) goes up for a pass during the East–West Shrine game last week. The West All– Star team won the game 21–12.

Eli Aby blocks a offensive player during the East–West Shrine game on Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium on Saturday.

Eli Aby blocks a offensive player during the East–West Shrine game on Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium on Saturday.

Colter Bales (#58) fights off an offensive lineman last weekend.

Colter Bales (#58) fights off an offensive lineman last weekend.

The five Laurel High School players and two cheerleaders selected for the East–West Shrine game on Saturday. From the left are Madelynn Hust, James Ochs, Colter Bales, Connor Ulschak, Jack Waddell, Eli Aby and Keeli Harris. Photos courtesy Gloria Allwin

Colter Bales (#58) fights off an offensive lineman last weekend.

James Ochs tackles a player at the East–West Shrine game last weekend in Billings.

Jack Waddell (#9) goes up for a pass during the East–West Shrine game last week. The West All– Star team won the game 21–12.

Eli Aby blocks a offensive player during the East–West Shrine game on Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium on Saturday.

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