Only one of two former Killdeer football players will be taking the field Sunday at 4 p.m. when the annual Shriners East-West charity football kicks off at Cushman Field in Grand Forks.
Dylan Tabor and Zane Pittsley were on the roster, but only Tabor will be on the sideline.
Pittsley instead is on his way to to the National High School Rodeo Championships in the Wyoming city of Rock Springs..
The Cowboy tandem were just part of the West squad, coached by Mark Gibson of Bismark High School.
Also on the West squad are: Aaron Mack (Jamestown), Adam Powell (Bowman County), Brad Treiber (Mandan), Brian Anaya (Bowman County), Carter Frederickson (Breckinridge, MN), Canyon Stonecipher (Bismarck), Carson Kennelly (Jamestown), Chase Dockter (Bismarck), Cole Erickson (Lewis/Clark-Our Redeemers), Dakotah Aaseth (Velva), Dalton Gullickson (Bismarck), Dawson Bieber (Beulah), Dayton Smith (Williston), Dylan Short (Turtle Mountain), Elijah Meidinger (Bismarck), Evan Heiser (Watford City), Hayden Lee (Velva), Izzy Olsen (Bismarck), Jayce Hoesel (Bismarck-St. Mary’s), Joey Hornstein (Devils Lake), Justin Maasjo (Lewis/Clark-Our Reedeemers), Kaden Kuntz (Dickinson Trinity), Kaden Sago (Hazen), Kaleb McGraw (Beulah), Keaton Meschke (Mandan), Luke Knowski (Devils Lake), Marcus Hochhalter (Jamestown), Matt Trolliey (Bismarck), Noah Skalsky (Bismarck Century), Parker Syverson (Mahnomen/Waubun, MN), Patrick Doan (Bismarck Legacy), Paul Vandal (Jamestown), Scott Drovdal (Des Lacs-Burlington), Shaye Yeager (Beulah), and Will Madler (Bismarck).