Expect an aerial assault from Trevor Mew and Kyle Davey tonight.
Los Banos coach Dennis Stubbs plans to have his North quarterbacks air it out during the 24th Annual Chowchilla Rotary North/South All-Star Football Game.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7:45 p.m. at Chowchilla's Henry Massaro Stadium.
Central Valley's Mew completed 10 of 14 passes for 180 yards and three touchdowns for Stubbs in last week's 19-3 win over the North in the Lions All-Star game in Stockton.
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"That's what we do," Stubbs said. "I've been doing that for the last five years.
"We do a lot of play-action and we throw the ball. We only put in a total of five running plays this week.
"We tried to make it as simple as we could. We probably doubled that with our passing plays."
Mew may have a weapon he didn't have last week in Los Banos receiver Rubal Sangha.
The "Showman" was forced to miss the game because of an injured hamstring.
Stubbs expects Sangha to give it a go tonight.
"He ran about three-quarter speed on Wednesday," Stubbs said. "He didn't try to put it in high gear.
"I think he'll give it a try. He really wants to play."
The North team will also have Merced star Bernard Bolden in uniform.
Stubbs feels his secondary is definitely a strength with Bolden on one side and Chowchilla's Fred Gaines on the other.
"I'd be shocked if there were too many teams that had a better defensive backfield in the history of this game," Stubbs said.
"We'll start Gaines on one corner and Bolden on the other. Dexter Coward (Atwater) played well at safety for us last week and Jake Barcellos will start at the other safety spot.
"It's quite a backfield."
Other area players include Merced defensive end Nathan Mayfield, Atwater tight end John Mobley, Golden Valley receiver Adrian Abarca and Buhach Colony receiver Hodari Peterson.
Stubbs' toughest task may be finding playing time for everybody.
"It's tough because there are so many guys," Stubbs said. "That's why whenever we do all-star games we break them up into two groups and let everybody play.
"In all-star games you hope you just put the players in the right position and your guys make more plays than they do."
Shawn Jansen is a Sun-Star sports reporter. He can be reached at 385-2462 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.