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May 30, 2013 04:46 PM
The Michigan High School Football Coaches Association is very pleased to announce that Dave Yarema will serve as the Honorary Captain for the 33rd East-West All Star Game” said Jim Sparks, MHSFCA East-West All Star Game chair and head football coach at Clawson High School. “Dave played in the All Star Game in 1982 and fondly remembers his MHSFCA All Star Game experiences. We expect that the players will enjoy the interaction with Dave on game-day as part of the experience at Grand Valley State University.”
At Brother Rice, Yarema led the Warriors to the 1980 state championship as an All-State quarterback.  Dave then went on to play at Michigan State University and is ranked in the MSU all-time top 10 in passing attempts, completions, yardage and touchdowns. Currently, Dave is employed in the family business at Yarema Die and Engineering in Troy.
Yarema will participate in various activities on game day including addressing the teams prior to the game, representing the teams in the pre-game coin flip, joining the respective teams on the sideline during the game and taking part in media interviews including with FS Detroit on the live statewide broadcast.
The game features 88 of the best high school players – 44 on each team – in the state as selected by the 2013 East and West MHSFCA All Star Game coaches.  
All Star game tickets are $5 in advance and available at, and $10 per ticket at the gate on game day.  

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