Jan 08, 2020 3:49 PM

Miller and Pedigo named to 2020 Shrine Bowl roster

Posted Jan 08, 2020 3:49 PM

Great Bend's Dalton Miller and Hoisington's Wyatt Pedigo have been selected to play in the 2020 Shrine Bowl game that will be played July 18 at Washburn University.

Miller was a four year All-Western Athletic Conference selection and was named to the Kansas Football Coaches Association First Team Class 5A following his senior season. Miller leaves Great Bend as the all time record holder for number of career tackles.

Pedigo completed his career as Hoisington's all time leader rusher with 5,171 yards and 74 career touchdowns. He was also named to the KFCA All-State team in Class 2A.

Both players will join Great Bend Panther head coach Erin Beck who was named earlier as an assitant on the West Squad.

The game will be played at 7 p.m. July 18 at Yager Stadium in Topeka.


Xavier Bell - Andover Central

Hayden Brown - Hays

Jeremiah Brown - Wichita West

Jared Casey - Plainville

Refujio Chairez - Garden City

Preven Christon - Maize

Alex Conn - Derby

Brady Dinkel - St. Francis

Tyler Dorsey - Derby

Scotti Easter - Andale

Beau Foster - Dodge City

Jacob Fredrickson - Buhler

Ty Garrett - Salina South

Garrett Harmison - Riley County

Creighton Johnson - Beloit

Jackson Cavanaugh - Salina Central

Dawson Martin - Conway Springs

Kade Melvin - Norton Community

Dalton Miller - Great Bend

Trevion Mitchell - Maize South

Joel Montgomery - Smith Center

Carter Morrow - Goddard

Chance Omli - Goddard-Eisenhower

Hadley Panzer - Lakin

Wyatt Pedigo - Hoisington

Riley Petz - Cheney

Kale Schroeder - Sedgwick

Sam Shields - Manhattan

Phoenix Smith - Bishop Carroll

Calvin Stapp - Colby

Nolan Streit - Clearwater

Kel Stroud - Chapman

Cody Stufflebean - McPherson

Javon Wheeler - Wichita Northwest

Joe Williams III - Wichita North

Hunter Yager - Scott Community


Adam Albertini - St. Paul

Luke Barger - De Soto

Hunter Boone - Prairie View

Ty Bowman - Chanute

Quinn Buessing - Axtell

Brian Burns - Bishope Miege

Jaylen Carter - Washburn Rural

Thomas Cook - Blue Valley West

Kody Davoren - Rossville

Gabe Garber - Sabetha

Jonathan Goetting - Colgan

Da'Vonshai Harden - Topeka High

Kordan Harris - Aquinas

Connor Hasz - Paola

Kamble Haverkamp - Centralia

Conor Haviland - Humboldt

Colby Hoelting - Olpe

Atreyau Hornbeak - Marysville

Isaiah Jackson - Gardner-Edgerton

Caype Johnston - Erie

Kyle Kelly - Mill Valley

Bryce Krone - Bonner Springs

Ty Lindenman - Shawnee Mission Northwest

Nate Matlack - Olathe East

Hayden Pauls - Emporia

Grant Roush - Perry-Lecompton

Kauli Saili - Jefferson West

Cole Sample - Tonganoxie

Andrew Schmidtlein - Hayden

Ethan Shawver - Riverton

Reid Spachman - Blue Valley North

Evan Taylor - Blue Valley

Ky Thomas - Topeka High

Bryce Uphaus - Nemaha Central

Carson Williams - Jackson Heights

Dariq Williams - Parsons