Dublin Scioto High School graduate Adam Morris made sure to collect some lasting memories from the MAX Sports Center Central Ohio High School All-Star Football Game last Saturday at Upper Arlington.

Dublin Scioto High School graduate Adam Morris made sure to collect some lasting memories from the MAX Sports Center Central Ohio High School All-Star Football Game last Saturday at Upper Arlington.

After the game, the defensive lineman greeted family and friends and snapped some keepsake photos.

"I had a great experience playing in high school, so it meant a lot to me to get to wear that helmet again and have all these people come and support me," Morris said.

Things didn't fare well for Morris' team as the Central cruised to a 21-7 win. The OCC committed four turnovers.

The defense played well for most of the game.

"It's hard when you only have a week of practice," Morris said. "We were trying to keep it real basic, but you have to give enough different looks and still give yourself a chance. It was difficult to throw everything together, but I felt overall we played well."

Morris, who had an unassisted tackle, will continue his career at Ball State.

Dublin Jerome's Ben Hartman and Corey Roskoski also played for the OCC team.

Hartman, who started at cornerback, had one unassisted tackle and three assisted tackles.

"The offense really couldn't get going," Hartman said. "The defense played decently most of the game, but at the end gave up a little bit."

Hartman will play wide receiver or cornerback at Otterbein.

"This game helps because we're about to go to camp for college, so it helps out getting ready for that," Hartman said.

Central wide receiver David Givner of Harvest Prep out-jumped Hartman for the game's first touchdown midway through the first quarter.

Hartman bounced back to turn in a key defensive play on Central's next possession as he batted away a long pass intended for Givner.

"I just forgot about it," Hartman said of the first touchdown. "I just try to forget about bad plays so I can put it out of my mind and do better."

Roskoski, who will attend Ohio University, saw ample playing time on the offensive line.

"It was definitely fun to play one more game," he said. "It was definitely an experience."