Shrine Bowl football game this week in Spartanburg, SC and how do the players get down there?/Alan Tisdale and Nick Mackovic(Page HS), plus D.J. Crossen(Dudley HS) and Jaren Rainey(Southwest Guilford HS) are down there

Posted by Andy Durham on December 13, 2017 at 12:34 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas will be played at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC, at 2 p.m. this Saturday, December 16.

Alan Tisdale and Nick Mackovic(Page HS), plus D.J. Crossen(Dudley HS) and Jaren Rainey(Southwest Guilford HS) are down there from our Guilford County schools and how did they get down there????

Tisdale(LB), Mackovic(OL), Crossen(DB) and Rainey(DB) and they are there and my question is, “How do they get down there to Spartanburg, SC?

Do they drive down on their own, do their parents drive them to Spartanburg, SC, or does their high school coach drive them down and stay around for the week, do they take a bus, or do the Shrine Bowl reps send a ride or a bus up to get the local kids???

The thing that has me wondering is the protocol on how they get down to Spartanburg, SC……

Seems to be a pretty good question and is there a standard protocol for their means of transportation down to Spartanburg, S.C.?????

I read where Chris Mentz, father or QB Tye Mintz from Cherokee High School, drove his son down to Spartanburg, SC, on Sunday…..

How did our guys get down there and we have Eastern Guilford assistant coach Edward Shepard down there this week too, on the North Carolina coaching staff, and maybe he drove everybody from Guilford County to the game……

Or maybe Guilford County chief Shriner Lindley Ivey drove our Guilford County kids to Spartanburg, S.C. and I was just wondering how this trip worked with the game coming up Saturday at 2pm, in Spartanburg, S.C.

Maybe some of our loyal followers know how this deal works……
(On a side note, D.J. Crossen is down there from Dudley HS and he still might be Crossen/Crossin’ the Carolinas, on his way into Spartanburg.)

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, with North Carolina vs South Carolina, this Saturday afternoon, from Gibbs Stadium, in Spartanburg, S.C.


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