Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Classic set for Sunday _lowres

Advocate staff photo by John Oubre - - East team running back Darius May stiff arms West defender Hayden Bourgeois as he turns the corner in the LHSCA/FCA All-Star game at Louisiana Leadership's Doug Williams Stadium.

Jefferson Parish has owned bragging rights in the Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Classic in recent years.

It will try to continue that dominance on Sunday when it goes for a fourth consecutive victory over Orleans Parish in the annual showcase of some of the top senior football player in the New Orleans area.

Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. at Tad Gormley Stadium in the game that has been played annually since the late 1990’s.

Coley Ransaw, a quarterback at West Jefferson, leads the Jefferson Parish offense.

The defense will be led by South Plaquemines defensive lineman Jonathan Wilson.

Wilson, who is committed to Tulane, recorded 52 tackles, seven sacks, 10 tackles for loss and forced three fumbles this season.

Orleans Parish will be led offensively by McDonogh 35 running back Darius May and Warren Easton quarterback Tyriek Starks.

Starks’ Easton teammate, Pernell Jefferson, heads up the Orleans Parish defense. Jefferson has verbally committed to Oklahoma.

Jefferson Parish won 29-18 last season, led by the play of John Ehret defensive back Taris Shenall and Belle Chasse quarterback Andrew Hicks.

Paul Longo (Haynes Academy) is serving as head coach of Jefferson Parish, while Wayne Reese (McDonogh 35) is head coach for Orleans Parish.