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June 28, 2012

Stone, Bondurant Ready to Do-or-Die



Teammates Harley Stone (31) and Brock Bondurant (16) will play together one last time at the Do-or-Die Bowl all star game.


Scotland County has been well represented in KHQA's sports director, Chris Duerr's annual Do-or-Die Bowl all-star football game in recent years. Tiger greats like Caleb Kittle, Kyle Shelley, Justin Winn, Will See, Sabe Sears, and Rod Sears have all been featured in this game in the last three years.

This year, SC will be represented by Harley Stone and Brock Bondurant. The tandem is best remembered for their pass connections on offense with Stone at Wide Receiver and Bondurant at Quarterback. However, the duo will be split up with Stone on offense and Bondurant playing defense. Stone will be at his natural Receiver position while he is also likely to handle the kicking and punting duties for the West squad, all positions he excelled at in his final year at Scotland County. Bondurant will be featured at Free Safety on the West defense.

Former Scotland County head coach, Brent Bondurant will get one final opportunity to coach a high school football game as he will hold the offensive line coaching position. The head coach of the West all-stars is Tony DeGrave of Monroe City.

In his senior year, Stone compiled 451 receiving yards with 3 touchdowns on 32 catches. He also added 5 TDs running the ball. Brock Bondurant had 92 tackles and 4 interceptions on the Tigers' defense. Coach Brent Bondurant led SC to four district championships during his 10-year tenure as the Tigers' Head Coach.

The KHQA Do-or-Die Bowl pits a West Squad (Missouri + Keokuk, IA) versus an East Squad (Illinois). The all-star game will be held Friday, June 29 at Quincy High School's Flinn Stadium at 7:00 p.m.

This will be Stone and Brock Bondurant's last game together, and Brent Bondurant's last game as a high school football coach. Come watch Harley, Brock, and other local stars battle for bragging rights across the Mississippi.


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