King, Frazier, Harris to be part of all-star football contest

Two Havelock High School football players and its new head football coach have been selected to be a part of the annual East-West all-star football game coming up in July in Greensboro.

The contest, part of the annual North Carolina Coaches Association Conference, is scheduled for July 19.

Havelock football coach Caleb King said he would serve as a defensive assistant coach for the contest. The Havelock High graduate was named the school’s head football coach on Jan. 26, replacing Jim Bob Bryant. King posted a 23-5 record in two seasons as the head coach at East Carteret. Previously, he had served as an assistant coach under Bryant when the Rams won three consecutive state championships from 2011 to 2013.

King will be taking two Havelock High seniors with him to participate in the game.

Linebacker Kendall Frazier recorded 99 tackles, which was third on the team, this past season. He also had six tackles for loss and two fumble recoveries.

Safety Jeffrey Harris totaled 39 tackles on the season, including seven for loss. He also had four interceptions, two passes defensed and one forced fumble on the season.

Frazier and Harris were part of a Rams team that went 13-2 and advanced to the eastern regional championship game before losing to Rocky Mount in triple overtime.