The West team included four members of the Concordia Orioles, who finished the season 20-5, losing in the Class 1 Quarter-final round to eventual state champion La Plata.
Carrying the torch for the I-70 Conference were Alic Frerking, Tyler Tolias, Carter Brown and Drew Smith. Also a coach was CHS head coach Nate Beissenherz.
The game was shortened from its originally-scheduled nine innings to seven due to time constraints.
"It was a game that had good pitching, but (was) dominated by strong offense," Beissenherz said.
He said the first inning took about an hour to play, an all-star game record.
"The game started at 1 p.m. and lasted until 4:30 p.m., also a record," Beissenherz said.
The game ended when an East player hit a two-out double to the wall that scored the game-winning run.
Tolias had one hit in two at-bats, scored two runs, drove in two. He also walked two times and stole a base.
Frerking's offensive statistics included three walks, two stolen bases and three runs scored. Officially, he was hitless in one at-bat.
Smith had two hits in three official at-bats. He also walked, scored a run and drove in a run.
Brown had one hit in three official at-bats, scored three runs and walked once.
"(He) also made the defensive play of the game on a diving stop at third base," Beissenherz said.
Frerking and Brown also pitched. Frerking hurled one inning, allowing three runs (two earned) on one hit, two walks and a hit batter. He also struck out two, the most by any pitcher. Brown gave up three earned runs on two hits and two walks while fanning one in his inning of work.