Jeff Craft, of Monett; Wayne Joe Sooter, of Pierce City; and Ricky Nichols, Trey Rose, Josh Lannum, Garrett Barnes and Justin Pflug, of Cassville helped the West All-Stars secure a 34-14 victory.
Jarvis Jones, a recent Webb City graduate, had an 83-yard touchdown pass reception to open the third quarter to help the West pull away.
Jones' long touchdown pass, from Nixa quarterback Sam Rehegan, came in the middle of a furious 17-0 streak by the West that broke a scoreless tie and was interrupted only by halftime.
Cassville's Garrett Barnes kicked a 28-yard field goal with 1:11 left in the second quarter for the game's first points. An East three-and-out and long punt return set up Rehegan's 17-yard touchdown pass to Stockton's Dalton Freeze with just 25 seconds left before halftime.
Less than a minute into the second half, Rehegan -- the West's offensive MVP -- found Jones behind the defense for an 83-yard score.
The East narrowed the gap to three at 17-14 late in the third quarter, but Rehegan and Freeze hooked up for two more touchdowns and Barnes kicked a 36-yard field goal for the final margin.
Although the competition was the main attraction, the participants helped raise $15,000 for the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, a mobile dental clinic for at-risk children that have no access to dental care.