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CPHSs Bieberle, Lamatsch selected to play in Saturday All Star game
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Two Oilers headed to All Star game - photo by Dale Hogg

BELOIT— The 30th Annual Kansas 8 Man All Star Football games will be played in Beloit on Saturday, June 6th. The Division I game will be held at 1:30 p.m. at Trojan Field on North Hersey Avenue. Pre-game will begin at 1:30 p.m. with introduction of the players.

Layne Bieberle, Claflin, has been selected to play on the West squad. He is a 2015 graduate of Central Plains High School.

Football statistics and accomplishments include four year totals, 74 career TD’s, 300 career tackles, 21 career interceptions, 4,927 career all purpose yards - 2,485 yards receiving, 118 catches, 57 receiving touchdowns.

Central Plains High School won the 8 Man Division I championship with an undefeated season, 13-0.

In 2012-2013 Layne was selected 1st Team CPL punt returner, 2nd team CPL defensive back, wide receiver, punt returner; District 5 All District Team punt returner, kick returner, wide receiver; KPreps District 5 All District team return specialist and wide receiver honorable mention. In 2013-2014 he was a 1st team CPL unanimous selection as wide receiver; District 5 All District Team unanimous selection as a punt returner and kick returner; Topeka Capital Journal 8 Man All Class 1st team defensive back; Hutchinson News 8 Man first team; Wichita Eagle All Class 1st team; Honorable Mention Junior of the year - Prep 2 Prep Football. In 2014-2015 he was a 1st Team CPL unanimous selected at wide receiver and defensive back; 1st Team CPL punt returner and kick off returner. He was selected Topeka Capital Journal 8-man All Class 1st Team and was named the Offensive Player of the Year in Kansas 8Man Division I; defensive player of the year by the Hutchinson News; and 8 Man All Class 1st team by the Wichita Eagle. He has also been selected to play in the Shrine Bowl.

Layne signed a letter of intent to play football at Fort Hays State University.

In other sports, Layne has been selected to the All State Tennis Team, placing 3rd in state doubles his freshman year; State Singles Fourth Place, sophomore year with a 32-2 season record and Regional Tennis Doubles winner junior year.

Layne also was named Honorable Mention All-CPL basketball in 2011-2012; 2nd Team All-Central Prairie League 2012-2013; First Team All State, 2013-2014. He was selected to the Amos-Morris George Stephens All Tournament Team and Tournament of Champions (Dodge City) All Tournament Team.
He has been a letter winner in powerlifting.

Activities and honors outside school include: Kans for Kids Fall Fun Festival, Fall Supper (church), Christmas decoration set-up for church, food drive for local food banks, Red Cross Blood Drive, accident victim fundraiser and soup supper fundraiser.

Layne likes to hunt, play golf and spend time with friends and family.

Activities and honors in school include National Honor Society, O-Club Vice President, FFA Reporter, Vice President of Sophomore Class, Football Homecoming King 2014.
Layne is the son of Lee and Jamie Bieberle and his future plans are to attend Fort Hays State University, play football and major in construction management.

Central Plains’ Michael Lamatsch has also been selected to play on the West squad. He is a 2015 graduate of Central Plains High School.

Football statistics and accomplishments include 2013: Tight End 2nd Team CPL, Tight Tnd District 5 Honorable Mention, Tight End K-Preps District 5 Honorable Mention; 2014: Defensive Lineman 1st Team CPL, Tight End 2nd Team CPL, Defensive Line K-Preps District 5 All District Team, Tight End K-Preps DIstrict 5 Honorable Mention;  Topeka Capital-Journal 8 Man All Class Honorable Mention Lineman, Tight End/Defensive Line Hutchinson News 8 Man All Area 2nd Team.

Central Plains was Bi-District and District Champions with a  9-2 record in 2011 & 2013; District, Bi District, Substate and State Champions with a 13-0 record in 2014.

Michael lettered in football 4 years, basketball 3 years, tennis 3 years and placed at the state in 2012.

He is a member of CYO and enjoys hunting and farming.

School activities and honors include National Honor Society and FFA.

Michael is the son of David and Chrys Lamatsch and his future plans are to attend Kansas State University.