East-West Shrine Game
2021 East-West Shrine Game
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The rosters for the 74th Annual
Montana East-West Shrine Game have been announced.
The game will be played June
19th in Billings, MT. The Montana Shrine Game is the
premier all-star game in Montana and has a long history of
distinguished players and coaches.
It is also the one of the
oldest high school all-star football games in America. Every
year since 1947, Montana high schools’ finest players are
selected to compete in a game to raise money and to help make
the public aware of the expert orthopedic and burn care
available at the Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Spokane,
Expert care is provided
regardless of the family’s ability to pay. In recent years, the
Montana game is the top Shrine Game in the nation for hospital
donations. In the last ten years this game has raised nearly
$1,000,000. Forty of Montana’s finest are selected to compete on
each team and two players from Calgary will join them, one for
the East and one for the West. 2020 was the only year a game was
not played since its inception. Those players selected for the
2020 game who did not get to play, will be recognized in the
2021 game this summer.
These players were nominated by their schools and coaches across
the state, and finally selected as the “best of the best” to
participate in the 74th Montana Shrine Game. They join an elite
fraternity of players, many of whom have gone on to
distinguished collegiate and professional careers.