Teams representing Male, Eastern, South Oldham, Ballard, Trigg County, New Albany, Owen County, Christian County, Seneca, Franklin (TN), Manual, Shawnee, Oldham County, Edison (OH), Hopkinsville, St. Xavier, Franklin County, Bullitt East and Fleming County participated in the event held at Male's sports complex.
Male High School quarterback Brian Anderson was the star of the weekend, showing great improvement over his junior season when he tossed for 2,900 yards and 24 touchdowns.
Anderson, a member of the Tremendous 26, displayed good arm strength and accuracy throughout the two days, helping his Bulldog team grab the title on Friday evening.
"Coach Redman is a great coach," said Brian's father about his son's head coach. "He has helped Brian a lot and has done a great job developing him as a quarterback."
The previous weekend Anderson guided his team to the U of L 7-on-7 passing tournament title and then participated in Bobby Petrino's QB/WR camp on Sunday.
"Brian has really improved," said Male High head coach Bob Redman. "You can really see the difference."
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound quarterback, who is drawing interest from both Louisville and Kentucky, as well as many other programs in the region. He'll make unofficial visits to Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana, Purdue and Notre Dame during the coming weeks.
Anderson, who has started for Male since his sophomore season, is also a standout pitcher on the diamond, having lost just one game for the 30-5 Bulldogs.