About Us

By Admin

A Great Football Tradition was born in 1970. The best of the Lehigh Valley took to the field to play the first All Star Game.

From there memories were made, friendship were formed and the pinnacle of a high school football career was defined. Through the history of this games, men like Andre Reed, John Spagnola, Mike Guman and Matt Millen have stepped up to represent their team.

Charity has always been the core of the All Star Game. In the beginning, proceeds went to LARC, the original name given to the competition. For the last 25 years, McDonalds has sponsored the game with proceeds going toward the Ronald McDonald Camp, Nicky’s Place at St Lukes Hospital and now Ronald McDonald Charities.

Along the way, Easton’s Cottingham Stadium and Bethlehem District Stadium have been host to players and fans. Today, The All Star Games calls Nazareth’s Leh Stadium home.

If you’ve collected programs you will see that the teams have changed names over the years. East vs West, EPC vs CCI, Lehigh County vs Northampton County, Suburban vs City and now Red vs Gold.

We want to thank you for supporting each school’s top Offensive and Defensive Senior Football Players and best Senior Cheerleaders.