Eagles’ Pearsall to play for Vermont in Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl

BRISTOL — Mount Abraham Union High School senior Kevin Pearsall has been selected to play for Vermont in the 66th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.
Pearsall, a running back and defensive end who led the Eagles in rushing, tackles and sacks, was the only player from the three local football teams to be chosen to take on New Hampshire seniors in the annual benefit all-star game.
This year’s contest will be played at 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 3 at Castleton University’s Spartan Stadium. Mount Mansfield’s Marty Richards will coach the Vermont team.

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