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Thursday, 23 June 2022
Kentucky All-Stars vs. Indiana All-Stars (Boys) June 11, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022KYBINB


Kentucky All-Stars vs. Indiana All-Stars (Boys)

Southport Fieldhouse

Indianapolis, IN

June 11, 2022


Kentucky All-Stars Roster


Tanner Buttry,5-11,Bowling Green

Kennedy Hayden,6-3,Ballard

James Jewell,6-6,Marion County

Jaiden Lawrence,6-4,Warren Central

Darien Lewis,6-1,Fern Creek

Andrew Mason,6-4,Bardstown

Jay Milburn,6-7,Campbellsville

Sam Powell,6-7,Oldham County

Mitchell Rylee,6-7,Covington Catholic

Jabrion Spikes,6-2,Caldwell County

Gavin Stevens,6-5,Pulaski County

Cade Stinnett,6-2,Greenwood


Head Coach,Scott Ruthsatz,Covington Catholic

Asst. Coach,Rod Drake,Owensboro

Asst. Coach,Jason Mays,Ashland



Indiana All-Stars Roster


Peter Suder,6-5,Carmel

Ryan Conwell6-3,Pike

Jalen Jackson,6-2,Fort Wayne Northrup

Jaxon Edwards,6-6,Cathedral

Javen Buchanan,6-7,Lafayette Jeff

C.J. Gunn,6-5,Lawrence Northrop

Travis Grayson,5-10,Chesterton

Ahmad Jarrard,6-4,Mt. Vernon (Fortville)

Branden Northern,6-0,Silver Creek

Tayshawn Comer,6-1,Cathedral


Head Coach,Chad Johnston,South Bend Adams

Asst. Coach,Steve Lynch,Brownsburg

Asst. Coach,Rob Yoder,Westview


Indiana All-Stars defeated the Kentucky All-Stars by the score of 101-81. Indiana shot 47.4% from the field including eight of 19 from the three point line. They connected on 19 of 21 free throws, pulled down 44 rebounds, and scored 25 points off 19 Kentucky turnovers. Kentucky shot 39% from the field including four of 26 from beyond the arc. They connected on 13 of 17 free throws, pulled down 47 rebounds, and scored 10 points off 12 Indiana turnovers.


C.J. Gunn led Indiana with 21 points including three three point baskets, six of six free throws, and four rebounds. Ryan Conwell added 19 points including three three point baskets. Javan Buchanan recorded 13 points and seven rebounds. Peter Suder chipped in with 11 points, eight rebounds, two assists, two steals, and four blocked shots. Jaxon Edwards added eight points, 12 rebounds, and two blocked shots. Tayshawn Comer recorded nine points and seven assists. Jalen Jackson added six points, four rebounds, seven assists, and three steals.


Jabrion Spikes led Kentucky with 22 points and five rebounds. Mitchell Rylee added 13 points, 12 rebounds, and four assists. Jaiden Lawrence recorded nine points, six rebounds, and three steals.


Kentucky All-Stars,35,46,81

Indiana,50,51,101


Kentucky All-Stars (81) – Spikes 22, Rylee 13, Lawrence 9, Buttry 8, Mason 7, Lewis 7, Jewell 6, Stinnett 5, Hayden 2, Milburn 2.


Indiana All-Stars (101) – Gunn 21, Conwell 19, Buchanan 13, Suder 11, Comer 9, Edwards 8, Jackson 6, Grayson 5, Northern 5, Jarrard 4.


A special thanks to the event staff for providing the comprehensive statistics for this game.


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Kentucky All-Stars vs. Indiana All-Stars (Girls) June 11, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022KYGING


Kentucky All-Stars vs. Indiana All-Stars (Girls)

Southport Fieldhouse

Indianapolis, IN

June 11, 2022


Kentucky All-Stars Roster


Amiya Jenkins,5-10,Anderson County

Jaileyah Cotton,5-6,Bardstown

Amaya Curry,5-6,Apollo

Macie Feldman,5-9,Notre Dame Academy

Josie Gilvin,5-11,Sacred Heart Academy

Lauren Hawthorne,6-0,Conner

Jenna Lillard,6-0,Ludlow

Monica Lindsey,5-6,Central Hardin

Gracie Merkle,6-6,Bullit East

Riley Neal,5-11,North Oldham

Cassidy Rowe,5-6,Shelby Valley

Rylee Turner,5-11,Newport Central Catholic


Head Coach,Judie Mason,Danville

Asst. Coach,Pete Fraley,Boyd County

Asst. Coach,Kes Murphy,Notre Dame Academy

Asst. Coach,Tryston Ford,Danville

Asst. Coach,Lee Meadows,Franklin County



Indiana All-Stars Roster


Jessica Carrothers,5-7,Crown Point

Ashlyn Traylor,5-9,Franklin

Tanyuel Welch,5-10,North Central

Zoe Stewart,5-7,Terre Haue North

Alyssa Crockett,6-2,Westfield

Kynidi Mason-Striverson,5-8,Silver Creek

Hope Fox,5-8,East Central

Lilly Stoddard,6-4,Crown Point

Katy Clarke,6-0,Carmel

Ally Madden,6-2,Blue River Valley

Olivia Smith,5-3,Fort Wayne South


Head Coach,Rod Parker,Homestead

Asst. Coach,Brittany Maners,Princeton

Asst. Coach,Kevin Moore,East Central


Kentucky All-Stars, fueled by dominating performances by Amiya Jenkins and Gracie Merkle defeated the Indiana All-Stars by the score of 101-76. Kentucky shot 44.2% from the field including seven of 23 from the three point line. They connected on 18 of 24 free throws, pulled down 67 rebounds, and scored 10 points off 18 Indiana turnovers. Indiana shot 30.3% from the field including 11 of 36 from beyond the arc. They connected on 11 of 18 free throws, pulled down 49 rebounds, ad scored 10 points off 18 Kentucky turnovers.


Amiya Jenkins led Kentucky with 31 points including four three point baskets, nine of 10 free throws, seven rebounds, eight assists, three blocked shots, and three steals. Gracie Merkle added 29 points, 14 rebounds, and three blocked shots. Jaileyah Cotton recorded 12 points, eight rebounds, eight assists, and two steals. Josie Gilvin chipped in with 11 points, seven rebounds, and three blocked shots.


Alyssa Crockett led Indiana with 22 points including five three point baskets,five rebounds, three assists, and two blocked shots. Tanyuel Welch added 11 points, four rebounds, four assists, and three steals. Ashlyn Traylor recorded nine points and seven rebounds.


Kentucky All-Stars,17,25,32,27,101

Indiana All-Stars,15,18,29,14,76


Kentucky All-Stars (101) – Jenkins 31, Merkle 29, Cotton 12, Gilvin 11, Lindsey 5, Neal 4, Rowe 3, Feldman 3, Turner 2, Lillaed 1.


Indiana All-Stars (76) – Crockett 22, Welch 11, Traylor 9, Carrothers 6, Mason-Striverson 6, Fox 5, Smith 5, Stewart 7, Madden 3, Clarke 2.


A special thanks to the event staff for providing the comprehensive statistics for this game.


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Indiana All-Stars vs. Kentucky All-Stars (Boys) June 10, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022INBKYB


Indiana All-Stars vs. Kentucky All-Stars (Boys)

The Sportscenter

Owensboro, KY

June 10, 2022


Indiana All-Stars Roster


Peter Suder,6-5,Carmel

Ryan Conwell6-3,Pike

Jalen Jackson,6-2,Fort Wayne Northrup

Jaxon Edwards,6-6,Cathedral

Javen Buchanan,6-7,Lafayette Jeff

C.J. Gunn,6-5,Lawrence Northrop

Travis Grayson,5-10,Chesterton

Ahmad Jarrard,6-4,Mt. Vernon (Fortville)

Branden Northern,6-0,Silver Creek

Tayshawn Comer,6-1,Cathedral


Head Coach,Chad Johnston,South Bend Adams

Asst. Coach,Steve Lynch,Brownsburg

Asst. Coach,Rob Yoder,Westview


Kentucky All-Stars Roster


Tanner Buttry,5-11,Bowling Green

Kennedy Hayden,6-3,Ballard

James Jewell,6-6,Marion County

Jaiden Lawrence,6-4,Warren Central

Darien Lewis,6-1,Fern Creek

Andrew Mason,6-4,Bardstown

Jay Milburn,6-7,Campbellsville

Sam Powell,6-7,Oldham County

Mitchell Rylee,6-7,Covington Catholic

Jabrion Spikes,6-2,Caldwell County

Gavin Stevens,6-5,Pulaski County

Cade Stinnett,6-2,Greenwood


Head Coach,Scott Ruthsatz,Covington Catholic

Asst. Coach,Rod Drake,Owensboro

Asst. Coach,Jason Mays,Ashland


Indiana All-Stars defeated Kentucky All-Stars by the score of 104-77. Indiana shot 51.2% from the field including eight of 19 from the three point line. They connected on 12 of 17 free throws, pulled down 44 rebounds, and scored 30 points off 20 Kentucky turnovers. Kentucky shot 41.3% from the field including six of 17 from beyond the arc. They connected on 19 of 33 free throws, pulled down 41 rebounds, and scored six points off seven Indiana turnovers.


C.J. Gunn led Indiana with 20 points and four rebounds. Ryan Conwell added 18 points including two three point baskets, four of four free throws, 10 rebounds, and five assists. Travis Grayson recorded 12 points including two three point baskets and five rebounds. Javen Buchanan chipped in with 11 points, six rebounds, three assists, and four steals. Peter Suder added 11 points, six rebounds, and five steals. Jaxon Edwards recorded 10 points and six rebounds. Branden Northern also reached double figures with 10 points. Peter Suder, Jalen Jackson, and Javen Buchanan each blocked two shots.


Mitchell Rylee led Kentucky with 24 points and seven rebounds. Sam Powell added 17 points including three three point baskets. Tanner Buttry recorded seven points, four rebounds, and six assists.


Indiana All-Stars,48,56,104

Kentucky All-Stars,28,49,77


Indiana All-Stars (104) – Gunn 20, Conwell 18, Grayson 12, Suder 11, Buchanan 11, Edwards 10, Northern 10, Jarrard 8, Jackson 4.


Kentucky All-Stars (77) – Rylee 24, Powell 17, Buttry 7, Spikes 5, Milburn 4, Stevens 3, Stinnett 4, Lawrence 3, Mason 2, Jewell 2, Hayden 3, Lewis 3.


A special thanks to the event staff for providing the comprehensive statistics for this game.






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Indiana All-Stars vs. Kentucky All-Stars (Girls) June 10, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022INGKYG


Indiana All-Stars vs. Kentucky All-Stars (Girls)

The Sportscenter

Owensboro, KY

June 10, 2022


Indiana All-Stars Roster


Jessica Carrothers,5-7,Crown Point

Ashlyn Traylor,5-9,Franklin

Tanyuel Welch,5-10,North Central

Zoe Stewart,5-7,Terre Haue North

Alyssa Crockett,6-2,Westfield

Kynidi Mason-Striverson,5-8,Silver Creek

Hope Fox,5-8,East Central

Lilly Stoddard,6-4,Crown Point

Katy Clarke,6-0,Carmel

Ally Madden,6-2,Blue River Valley

Olivia Smith,5-3,Fort Wayne South


Head Coach,Rod Parker,Homestead

Asst. Coach,Brittany Maners,Princeton

Asst. Coach,Kevin Moore,East Central


Kentucky All-Stars Roster


Amiya Jenkins,5-10,Anderson County

Jaileyah Cotton,5-6,Bardstown

Amaya Curry,5-6,Apollo

Macie Feldman,5-9,Notre Dame Academy

Josie Gilvin,5-11,Sacred Heart Academy

Lauren Hawthorne,6-0,Conner

Jenna Lillard,6-0,Ludlow

Monica Lindsey,5-6,Central Hardin

Gracie Merkle,6-6,Bullit East

Riley Neal,5-11,North Oldham

Cassidy Rowe,5-6,Shelby Valley

Rylee Turner,5-11,Newport Central Catholic


Head Coach,Judie Mason,Danville

Asst. Coach,Pete Fraley,Boyd County

Asst. Coach,Kes Murphy,Notre Dame Academy

Asst. Coach,Tryston Ford,Danville

Asst. Coach,Lee Meadows,Franklin County


Alyssa Crockett scored on a short jump shot with 2.2 seconds left on the clock to give Indiana a 67-66 victory. There were eight ties and 11 lead changes in this game. Indiana shot 41.5% from the field including one of 13 from the three point line. They connected on 12 of 26 free throws, pulled down 46 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 23 Kentucky turnovers. Kentucky shot 32.9% from the field including four of 22 from beyond the arc. They connected on 14 of 19 free throws, pulled down 50 rebounds, and scored 19 points off 23 Indiana turnovers.


Tanyuel Welch led Indiana with 13 points, five rebounds, and four steals. Jessica Carrothers added 12 points, nine rebounds, and three steals. Ashlyn Traylor recorded 12 points. Ally Madden chipped in with seven points and four rebounds. Lilly Stoddard added seven points and four blocked shots. Alyssa Crockett recorded six points, six rebounds, two assists, and two steals.


Amiya Jenkins led Kentucky with 16 points, five rebounds, three assists, and four steals. Gracie Merkle added 14 points, 12 rebounds, and four blocked shots. Josie Gilvin recorded 14 points, nine rebounds, and four steals. Jaileyah Cotton chipped in with eight points, seven rebounds, four assists, and two steals.


Indiana All-Stars,9,16,22,20,67

Kentucky All-Stars,10,15,20,21,66


Indiana All-Stars (67) – Carrothers 12, Welch 13, Traylor 12, Madden 7, Stoddard 7, Stewart 4, Crockett 6, Fox 2, Smith 4.


Kentucky All-Stars (66) – Jenkins 16, Gilvin 14, Merkle 14, Cotton 8, Rowe 8, Lindsey 6.


A special thanks to the event staff for providing the comprehensive statistics for this game.


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KY Junior All-Stars vs. Indiana Junior All-Stars (Boys) June 5, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022KJGIJGB


Kentucky Junior All-Stars vs. Indiana Junior All-Stars (Boys)

Bedford North Lawrence High School

Indiana

June 5, 2022


Kentucky Juniors Roster


Marcus Eves,6-4,Hopkins County Central

Omari Glover,6-2,Warren Central

Kenyon Goodin,6-3,Collins

Evan Ipsaro,5-11,Covington Catholic

Grant Whitaker,6-3,Murray

Jerone Mrton,6-4,George Rogers Clark

Jaylen Davis,6-5,Madison Central

Zee McCown,5-10,Pleasure Ridge Park

Trent Edwards,6-8,George Rogers Clark

Rylee Samons,6-7,Pikeville

Cyr Malonga,6-11,Evangel Christian

Teagan Moore,6-5,Owen County

Reece Potter,7-0,Lexington Catholic


Coach,Rod Drake,Owensboro


Indiana Juniors Roster


Joey Brown,6-6,North Central

Markus Burton,6-0,Penn

Myles Colvin,6-6,Heritage Christian

Logan Imes,Zionville

Jermaine Coleman,6-6,Park Tudor

Jaylen Mullen,5-11,North Daviess

JaQualon Roberts,6-7,Bloomington North

Joey Hart,6-5,Linton-Stockton

Zane Doughty,6-9,Ben Davis

David Meriwether,6-10,Metropolitan

Sam Orme,6-8,Carmel

Xavier Booker,6-11,Cathedral


Coach,Marc Urban,Chesterton

Coach,Ben Rhoades,Mt. Vernon


Kentucky started the following lineup: Jerone Morton, Marcus Eaves, Cyr Malonga, Evan Ipsaro, and Kenyon Goodin. Indiana countered with Myles Colvin, Joey Hart, Zane Doughty, Markus Burton, and Logan Imes.


Indiana defeated Kentucky by the score of 112-102. There were two lead changes and seven ties in this game. Indiana shot 54.7% from the field including 12 of 26 from the three point line. They connected on 18 of 21 free throws, pulled down 45 rebounds, and scored 10 points off eight Kentucky turnovers. Kentucky shot 46.5% from the field including nine of 29 from beyond the arc. They connected on 13 of 18 free throws, pulled down 39 rebounds, and scored 10 points off 13 Indiana turnovers.


Markus Burton led Indiana with 24 points including nine of 10 free throws, four rebounds, eight assists, and two steals. Myles Colvin added 21 points including three three point baskets. Logan Imes recorded 18 points including four three point baskets and two blocked shots. Joey Hart chipped in with 13 points. Zane Doughty added 10 points, six rebounds, and two blocked shots.


Jerone Morton led Kentucky with 16 points. Jaylen Davis added 15 points including three three point baskets. Reece Potter recorded 13 points and five rebounds. Cyr Malonga recorded 11 points. Trent Edwards and Marcus Eaves also scored 11 points each.


Kentucky Juniors,48,54,102

Indiana Juniors,52,60,112


Kentucky Juniors (102) – Morton 16, Eaves 11,Malonga 11, Ipsaro 2, Goodin 5, Glover 2, Whitaker 9, Davis 15, McCown 7, Edwards 11, Potter 13.


Indiana Juniors (112) – Colvin 21, Hart 13, Doughty 10, Burton 24, Imes 18, Brown 5, Coleman 3, Roberts 5, Meriwether 4, Orme 9.


* Teagan Moore and Xavier Booker did not play in this game.


A special thanks to the event staff for providing the comprehensive statisics for this game.



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Kentucky Junior All-Stars vs. Indiana Junior All-Stars (Girls) June 5, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022KJGIJGG


Kentucky Junior All-Stars vs. Indiana Junior All-Stars (Girls)

Bedford North Lawrence High School

Indiana

June 5, 2022


Kentucky Junior Roster


Kylee Dennis,5-10 Sayre

Macy Runner,5-8,Nelson County

Triniti Ralston,5-8,Sacred Heart Academy

Timberlynn Yeast,5-10,Mercer County

Haven Ford,5-5,Rowan County

Abby Holtman,6-0,Ryle

Noelle Hubert,5-11,Notre Dame Academy

Jarie Thomas,6-0,Henderson County

Jakayla Thompson,5-8,DuPont Manual

Destiny Thomas,6-0,McCracken County

Kensley Feltner,5-10,Lawrence County

Whitney Lind,6-2,Cooper

Brianna Byars,5-11,George Rogers Clark

Ma’Kiya West,5-11,Male


Coach,Pete Fraley,Boyd County


Indiana Junior Roster


Amiyah Reynolds,6-0,South Bend Washington

RaShunda Jones,5-8,South Bend Washington

Karsyn Norman,5-6,Bedford Noth Lawrence

Riley Makalusky,6-2,Hamilton Southeastern

Laila Hull,6-0,Zionsville

McKenna Layden,6-2,Northwestern

Ashlynn Shade,5-10,Noblesville

Amber Tretter,6-1,Forest Park

Saige Stahl,6-1,Columbus East

Josie Trabel,6-0,East Central

Hailey Smith,5-9,Fishers

Asiah Baxter,5-10,Warren Central


Coach,Bob Lapadot,Garrett

Coach,Tony Hasenhour,Forest Park


Kentucky started the following lineup: Kensley Feltner, Brianna Byars, Destiny Thomas, Haven Ford, and Abby Holtman. Indiana countered with Lailia Hull, McKenna Layden, Riley Makalusky, Karsyn Norman, and Ashlynn Shade.


Indiana led 70-49 after three quarters and held on down the stretch to earn a 92-89 victory over Kentucky/ Indiana shot 43.9% from the field including six of 15 from the three point line. They connected on 28 of 38 free throws, pulled down 58 rebounds, and scored eight points off 11 Kentucky turnovers. Kentucky shot 36.6% from the field including seven of 25 from beyond the arc. They connected on 25 of 36 free throws, pulled down 45 rebounds, and scored 28 points off 25 Indiana turnovers.


RaShunda Jones led Indiana with 20 points including 10 of 12 free throws. Saige Stahl added 13 points and nine rebounds. Amber Tretter recorded 13 points, seven rebounds, and two blocked shots. Karsyn Norman chipped in with 12 points including three three point baskets. Ashlynn Shade recorded nine points, 12 rebounds, and four assists.


Brianna Byars led Kentucky with 18 points, five rebounds, and three assists. Haven Ford added 18 points including three three point baskets and four steals. Kensley Feltner recorded 12 points, four rebounds, and two steals.


Kentucky Juniors,9,22,18,40,89

Indiana Juniors,25,21,24,22,92


Kentucky Juniors (89) – Feltner 12, Byars 18, D. Thomas 6, Ford 18, Holtman 7, Ralston 7, Yeast 4, Hubert 3, Thompson 9, Lind 4, West 1.


Indiana Juniors (92) – Hull 5, Layden 5, Makalusky 9, Norman 12, Shade 9, Jones 20, Tretter 13, Stahl 13, Trabel 4, Baxter 2.


A special thanks to the event staff for providing the comprehensive statistics for this game.



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Wednesday, 22 June 2022
KY Junior All-Stars (Boys) vs. KY Senior All-Stars (Boys) June 4, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022YSKYB



Kentucky Junior All-Stars (Boys) vs. Kentucky Senior All-Stars (Boys)

Eastern High School

Louisville, KY

June 4, 2022


Roster Junior Boys


Marcus Eaves,6-4,Hopkins County Central

Omari Glover,6-2,Warren Central

Kenyon Goodin,6-3,Collins

Evan Ipsaro,5-11,Covington Catholic

Grant Whitaker,6-3,Murray

Jerone Morton,6-4,George Rogers Clark

Jaylen Davis,6-5,Madison Central

Zee McCown,5-10,Pleasure Ridge Park

Trent Edwards,6-8,George Rogers Clark

Rylee Samons,6-7,Pikeville

Cyr Malonga,6-11,Evangel Christian

Teagan Moore,6-5.Owen County

Reece Potter,7-0,Lexington Catholic


Roster Senior Boys


Tanner Buttry,5-11,Bowling Green

Keno Hayden,6-3,Ballard

James Jewell,6-6,Marion County

Jaiden Lawrence,6-4,Warren Central

Darien Lewis,6-1,Fern Creek

Andrew Mason,6-4,Bardstown

Jay Milburn,6-7,Campbellsville

Sam Powell,6-7,Oldham County

Mitchell Rylee,6-7,Covington Catholic

Jabrion Spikes,6-2,Caldwell County

Gavin Stephens,6-5,Pulaski County

Cade Stinnett,6-2,Greenwood


The Junior Boys started the following lineup: Jerone Morton, Marcus Eaves, Cyr Malonga, Evan Ipsaro, and Kenyon Goodin. The Senior Boys countered with Jaiden Lawrence, Andrew Mason, Mitchell Rylee, Tanner Buttry, and Jabrion Spikes.


The Junior Boys defeated the Senior Boys by the score of 106-100. There were nine ties and 12 lead changes in this game. The Juniors shot 48.1% from the field including 11 of 26 from the three point line. They connected on 17 of 27 free throws, pulled down 50 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 10 Senior turnovers. The Seniors shot 45.3% from the field including six of 23 from beyond the arc. Hey connected on 26 of 36 free throws, pulled down 47 rebounds, and scored 13 points off 10 Junior turnovers.


Cyr Malonga led the Juniors with 17 points,nine rebounds, and three blocked shots. Jerone Morton added 16 points including three three point baskets. Marcus Eaves recorded 13 points including three three point baskets. Trent Edwards recorded 11 points, six rebounds, and two blocked shots. Evan Ipsaro and Grant Whitaker each scored 10 points.


Mitchell Rylee led the Seniors with 26 points including 10 of13 free throws. Tanner Buttry added 19 points, five rebounds, and six assists. Jabrion Spikes recorded 10 points, five rebounds, and three assists. Jay Milburn chipped in with nine points and 11 rebounds.


Junior All-Stars,55,51,106

Senior All-Stars,48,52,100


Junior All-Stars (106) – Morton 16, Eaves 13, Malonga 17, Ipsaro 10, Goodin 7, Glover 6, Whitaker 10, Davis 3, McCown 9, Edwards 11, Samons 2, Potter 2.


Senior All-Stars (100) – Lawrence 3, Mason 8, Rylee 26, Buttry 19, Spikes 10, Hayden 5, Jewell 9, Lewis 6, Milburn 9, Powell 3, Stinnett 2.


* Teagan Moore did not play tonight.


A special thanks to Bob Tonini of Sacred Hear Academy for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.









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2022 KY Junior All-Stars (Girls) vs. KY Senior All-Stars (Girls) June 4, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022YSKYG



Kentucky Junior All-Stars (Girls) vs. Kentucky Senior All-Stars (Girls)

Eastern High School

Louisville, KY

June 4, 2022


Roster Junior Girls


Kylee Dennis,5-10,Sayre

Macy Runner,5-8,Nelson County

Triniti Ralston,5-8,Sacred Heart Academy

Haven Ford,5-5,Rowan County

Timberlynn Yeast,5-10,Mercer County

Abby Holtman,6-0,Ryle

Noelle Hubert,5-11,Notre Dame Academy

Jarie Thomas,6-0,Henderson County

Jakayla Thompson,5-8,DuPont Manual

Destiny Thomas,6-0,McCracken County

Kensley Feltner,5-10,Lawrence County

Whitney Lind,6-2,Cooper

Brianna Byars,5-11,George Rogers Clark

Ma’Kiya West,5-11,Male


Roster Senior Girls


Amiya Jenkin,5-10,Anderson County

Jaileyah Cotton,5-6,Bardstown

Amaya Curry,5-6,Apollo

Macie Feldman,5-9,Notre Dame Academy

JosieGilvin,5-11,Sacred Heart Academy

Lauren Hawthorne,6-0,Conner

Jenna Lillard,6-0.Ludlow

Monica Lindsey,5-6,Central Hardin

Gracie Merkle,6-6,Bulitt East

Riley Neal,5-11,North Oldham

Cassidy Rowe,5-6,Shelby Valley

Rylee Turner,5-11,Newport Central Catholic


Junior All-Stars started the following lineup: Kensley Feltner, Brianna Byars, Destiny Thomas, Haven Ford, and Abby Holtman. Senior All-Stars countered with Jenna Lillard, Josie Gilvin, Gracie Merkle, Jaileyah Cotton, and Cassidy Rowe.


Junior All-Stars led 75-72 after three quarters and pulled away in the final quarter to earn a 106-83 victory over the Senior All-Stars. Juniors shot 45.3% from the field including 10 of 31 from the three point line. They connected on 18 of 30 free throws, pulled down 47 rebounds, and scored 48 points off 36 Senior turnovers. Seniors shot 41.3% from the field including five of 20 from beyond the arc. They connected on 12 of 18 free throws, pulled down 57 rebounds, and scored 18 points off 18 Junior turnovers.


Haven Ford led a balanced Junior attack with 17 points, three rebounds, four assists, and three steals. Triniti Ralston added 14 points and four rebounds. Destiny Thomas recorded 13 points, four rebounds, and four steals. Abby Holtman chipped in with 11 points. Kensley Feltner and Timberlynn Yeast each scored 10 points. Ma’Kiya West recorded four points and pulled down eight rebounds.


Jaileyah Cotton led the Seniors with 22 points including three three point baskets, seven rebounds, three assists, and three steals. Gracie Merkle added 15 points, 10 rebounds, and three blocked shots. Riley Neal recorded 11 points, four rebounds, and two blocked shots. Monica Lindsey chipped in with 11 points. Josie Gilvin recorded 10 points, 19 rebounds, four assists, and two steals.


Junior All-Stars,24,26,25,31,106

Senior All-Stars,26,16,30,11,83


Junior All-Stars (106) – Feltner 10, Byars 7, Thomas 13, Ford 17, Holtman 11, Dennis 4, Ralston 14, Yeast 10, Hubert 9, Lind 7, West 4.


Senior All-Stars (83) – Lillard 2, Gilvin 10, Merkle 15, Cotton 22, Rowe 5, Curry 5, Hawthorne 2, Lindsey 11, Neal 11.


* Jarie Thomas, Amiya Jenkins, and Rylee Turner did not play in tonight’s game.


A special thanks to Bob Tonini of Sacred Heart Academy for providing the comprehensive statistics for this game.



Posted by REH at 8:47 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 22 June 2022 8:59 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 19 April 2022
2022 Jordan Brand Classic (Boys & Girls) April 15, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022JBC

 

2022 Jordan Brand Classic (Boys & Girls)

Chicago Hope Academy

Chicago, IL

April 15, 2022

 

Girls Rosters

 

Away Team Air

 

Ryanne Allen,6-1,Guard,Archbishop Wood,Warminster PA

Janiah Barker,6-2,Forward,Montverde Academy,Montverde FL

Isuneh Brady,6-3,Center,Cathedral Catholic,San Diego CA

Paris Clark,5-8,Guard,Lutheran,Brookville NY

Flau’Jae Johnson,5-10,Guard,Sprayberry,Marietta GA

Darianna Littlepage-Buggs,6-1,Forward,Claussen SAS,Oklahoma City OK

Ndjakalenga Mwenentanda,6-1,Forward,Washington,Sioux Falls SD

Indya Nivar,5-9,Guard,Apex Friendship,Apex NC

Kyla Oldacre,6-5,Center,Mason,Mason OH

Paulina Paris,5-7,Guard,Saddle River Day,Saddle River NJ

Grace VanSlooten,6-3,Forward,IMG Academy,Bradenton FL

Ashlyn Watkins,6-3,Center,Cardinal Newman,Columbia SC

Ruby Whitehorn,6-0,Guard,Edison Academy,Detroit MI

 

Coach,Tamika Dudley,Sidwell Friends,Washington DC

Coach,Dan Rolfes,Incarnate Word Academy,St. Louis MO

Coach,Elbert Kinnebrew,Cal Sparks,EYBL

 

Home Team Flight

 

Raegan Beers,6-2,Center,Valor Christian,Highlands Ranch CO

Lauren Betts,6-7,Center,Grandview,Aurora CO

Timea Gardiner,6-3,Forward,Fremont,Plain City UT

Aaliyah Gayles,5-9,Guard,Spring Valley,Las Vegas NV

Chance Gray,5-9,Guard,Winton Woods,Cincinnati OH

Jennah Isai,5-11,Guard,Valley Vista,Sunrise AZ

Ashlon Jackson,5-10,Guard,Hardin-Jefferson,Sour Lake TX

Gabriela Jaquez,6-0,Forward,Camarillo,Camarillo CA

Londynn Jones,5-5,Guard,Santiago,Corona CA

Maya Nnaji,6-4,Forward,Hopkins,Minnetonka MN

Ayanna Patterson,6-2,Forward,Homestead,Fort Wayne IN

Justine Pissott,6-2,Forward,Red Bank Catholic,,Red Bank NJ

Kiki Rice,5-11,Guard,Sidwell Friends,Washington DC

 

Coach,Andrea Robinson,DeSoto,DeSoto TX

Coach,Dean Young,Iolani,Honolulu,HI

Coach,Russ Davis,Cal Swish,EYBL

 

Team Air defeated Team Flight by the score of 93-85.  Team Air MVP was Flau’jae Johnson who scored 27 points. Timea Gardiner was named Team MVP for Team Flight.

 

Boys Rosters

 

Away Team Air

 

Amari Bailey,6-5,Guard,Sierra Canyon School,Chatsworth CA

Jaden Bradley,6-4,Guard,IMG Academy,Bradenton FL

Jalen Hood,6-5,Guard,Montverde Academy,Montverde FL

Jett Howard,67,Guard,IMG Academy,Bradenton FL

Vince Iwuchukwu,7-0,Center,Southern California Academy of Sciences,Castiac CA

Dior Johnson,6-3,Guard,Southern California Academy of Sciences,Castiac CA

Dereck Lively II,7-1,Center,Westtown School,Westchester PA

Dillon Mitchell,6-7,Forward,Montverde Academy,Montverde FL

Julian Phillips,6-8,Center,Link Year Prep,Branson MO

Malik Reneau,6-8,Forward,Montverde Academy,Montverde FL

JJ Starling,6-5,Guard,LaLumiere School,LaPorte IN

Dariq Whitehead,6-6,Forward,Montverde Academy,Montverde FL

Cam Whitmore,6-7,Forward,Archbishop Spalding High School,Severn MD

 

Coach,Luke Barnwell,Sunrise Christian Academy,Wichita KS

Coach,Rodney Perry,Link Year Prep,Branson MO

Dion Bethea,Grat Collegiate Academy,West Columbia SC

 

Home Team Flight

 

Adem Bona,6-9,Center,Prolific Prep,Napa CA

Skyy Clark,6-3,Guard,Montverde Academy,Montverde FL

Kam Craft,6-5,Forward,The Skill Factory,Atlanta GA

Kyle Filipowski,6-11,Center,Wilbraham & Monson Academy.Wilbraham MA

Keyonte George,6-4,Guard,IMG Academy,Bradenton FL

Chris Livingston,6-6,Guard,Oak Hill Academy,Mouth of Wilson VA

Brandon Miller,6-8,Forward,Cane Ridge High School,Antioch TN

Tarris Reed,6-10,Forward,Link Year Prep,Branson MO

Ty Rodgers,6-6,Guard,Thornton Township, Harvey IL

Nick Smith,6-4,Guard,North Little Rock High School,Little Rock AR

Cason Wallace,6-4,Guard,Richardson High School.Richardson TX

Jordan Walsh,6-7,Forward,Link Year Prep,Branson MO

Kel’el Ware,7-0,Forward,North Little Rock High School,Little Rock AR

 

Coach,Steve Smith,Oak Hill Academy,Mouth of Wilson VA

Coach,Davis Peavy,Duncanville High School,Duncanville TX

Coach,Jesse McMillan,Norcross High School,Norcross GA

 

Team Air vs. Team Flight

 

Team Air started the following lineup: 6-7 Dillon Mitchell, 6-6 Dariq Whitehead, 7-1 Dereck Lively II, 6-5 Amri Bailey, and 6-5 Jalen Hood.  Team Flight countered with 6-9 Adem Bona, 6-6 Chris Livingston, 6-11 Kyle Filipowski, 6-4 Keyonte George, and 6-4 Cason Wallace.

 

Team Air defeated Team Flight by the score of 118-109.  Team Air shot 52.2% from the floor including eight of 27 from the three point line.  They connected on 14 of 26 free throws, pulled down 57 rebounds, and committed 15 turnovers.  Team Flight shot 44.1% from the field including 12 of 38 from beyond the arc.  They connected on 15 of 22 free throws, pulled down 48 rebounds, and committed 15 turnovers.

 

Dillon Mitchell was named MVP for Team Air and led the team with 18 points on nine of 10 from the field, five rebounds, and three assists.  6-7 Cam Whitmore added 16 points including four of five free throws, nine rebounds, and four assists.  7-0 Vince Iwuchukwu recorded 16 points, eight rebounds, and two blocked shots.  Amari Bailey chipped in with 15 points including three three point baskets, four rebounds, and six assists.  Jalen Hood added 14 points including three three point baskets, four rebounds, and three assists.  6-7 Jett Howard recorded 13 points and four assists.  6-8 Malik Reneau tallied 10 points and nine rebounds.

 

6-4 Nick Smith was named MVP for Team Flight and led the team with 27 points including five three point baskets and eight of eight from the free throw line.  Chris Livingston added 21 points including two three point baskets, seven rebounds, and three steals.  Cason Wallace recorded 15 points, three rebounds, and three steals.  6-10 Tarris Reed chipped in with eight points and 11 rebounds.  Kyle Filipowski added eight points, eight rebounds, and three assists.

 

Team Air (118) – Mitchell 18, Whitehead 2, Lively 7, Bailey 15, Hood 14, Whitmore 16, Iwuchukwu 16, Howard 13, Reneau 10, Johnson 7.

 

Team Flight (109) – Bona 0, Livingston 21, Filipowski 8, George 5, Wallace 15, Smith 27, Craft 9, Reed 8, Rodgers 8, Miller 6, Ware 2.

 

The Jordan Brand games are always classics and this year was no exception.  Great assortment of ballers and a very entertaining evening and well covered by the writers and recruiting gurus.

 

 

 

 


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Wednesday, 13 April 2022
2022 BioSteel All Canadian Basketball Games April 1-3, 2022
Topic: Basketball

2022BACBG

 

2022 BioSteel All Canadian Basketball Games (Boys & Girls) April 3rd

2022 Boys &  Girls Nike Futures games & the Skills Competitions April 1st & April 2nd

University of Toronto Goldring Centre (April 3rd)

Athletic Institute Orangeville ONT (April 1st &April 2nd )

 

2022 BioSteel All Canadian Rosters (Girls)

 

White Squad

 

Mary-Anna Asare,5-9,2022,J. Addison ON,Ontario

Summer Bostock,6-1,2023,The Webb School TN,Ontario

Raeven Boswell,5-11,2022,Lake Travis High School TX,Texas

Fatima Diakhate,6-5,2022,Montverde Academy FL,Quebec

Dominique Ennis,5-7,2022,King’s Christian Collegiate ON,Ontario

Toby Fournier,6-2,2024,Crestwood Prep ON,Ontario

Lemyah Hylton,5-11,2022,Southwest Academy ON,Ontario

Emma Koabel,5-10,2022,Niagra Prep ON,Ontario

Sumer Lee,5-9,2023,Crestwood Prep ON,Ontario

Milena Nenadic,6-3,2022,Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute ON,Ontario

Marina Radocaj,6-2,2023,RA McMath Secondary School BC,British Columbia

Syla Swords,6-0,2024,Lo-Ellen Park Prep ON,Ontario

 

Coach,Christa Eniojukan,York University

 

Red Squad

 

Shantavia Dawkins,5-10,2022,Southwest Academy ON,Ontario

Aicha Dia,5-11,2022,Dawson College QC,Quebec

Delaney Gibb,5-11,2024,Timpview High School UT,Alberta

Ajok Madol,5-10,Archbishop MC O’Neill High School SK,Saskatchewan

Brianna McLeod,6-3,2022,King’s Christian Collegiate ON,Ontario

Alisha Murray,5-10,2023,Royal Crown Academic school ON,Ontario

Cassandre Prosper,6-2,2023,Capital Courts Acadewmy ON,Quebec

Bree Robinson,5-8,2023,The Webb School TN,Ontario

Cheyenne Rowe,6-2,2022,Markham Prep ON,Ontario

Taiji Sta Maria,5-7,2023,Crestwood Prep ON,Ontario

T’yana Todd,6-0,2022,IMG Academy FL,Ontario

Serah Williams,6-4,2022,Niagra Prep ON,Ontario

 

Coach,Jessica Roque,University of Waterloo

 

Abigail Jegede, Mackendra Konig, and Helena Lasic were selected to the teams but were not able to play.

 

2022 BioSteel All Canadian Rosters (Boys)

 

White Squad

 

Vasean Allette,6-3,2023,United Scholastic Academy ON,Ontario

Jaden Clayton,6-1,2022,Fort Erie International Academy ON,Ontario

Josiah Davis,6-1,2022,Teays Valley Christian WV,Ontario

Anthony Wrzeszcz,6-4,2022,Wasatch Academy UT,Ontario

Cam Slaymaker,6-4,2022,London Basketball Academy ON,British Columbia

Wilguens Exacte Jr.,6-5,2022,NBA Academy Latin America MEX,Quebec

Efeosa Oliogu,6-5,2025,United Scholastic Academy ON,Ontario

Roman Dean,6-6,2022,Crestwood Prep ON,Ontario

Leonard Miller,6-9,2022,Fort Erie International Academy ON,Ontario

Jeremy Foumena,6-11,2022,Orangeville Prep ON,Quebec

Armani Mighty,6-10,2022,United Scholastic Academy ON,Ontario

Luke Hunger,6-10,2022,Northfield Mount Hermon MA,Quebec

 

Coach,Victor Raso,CEBL’s Niagara River Lions

 

Red Squad

 

Jefferson Monegro,6-4,2022,Orangeville Prep ON,Quebec

Jimma James,6-5,2023,Huntington Prep WV,Ontario

Zaiden Cross,6-4,2022,Crestwood Prep,ON,Ontario

Javier Gilgeous-Glasgow,6-1,2022,United Scholastic Academy ON,Ontario

TJ Hurley,6-6,2022,The Rock School FL,Ontario

DJ Jackson,6-4,2022,Montverde Academy FL,Ontario

Elijah Mahi,6-6,2022,Potter’s House FL,Ontario

Manbourou Mara,6-4,2022,Royal Crown Academic School ON,Ontario

Ose Okojie,6-0,2022,United Scholastic Academy ON,Ontario

Elijah Fisher,6-6,2023,Crestwood Prep ON,Ontario

Thierno Sylla,6-11,2022,Royal Crown Academic School ON,Ontario

Caelum Swanton-Rodger,6-9,2022,Edge Prep AB,Alberta

Isaac Jack,6-10,2022,Fort Erie International Academy ON,British Columbia

 

Coach,Charles Dube-Brais,CEBL’s Ottawa Blackjacks

 

2022 BioSteel All-Canadian Players of the Year – Leonard Miller and Cassandra Prosper were honored during this event

 

Nike Dunk Contest Winners – Mambourou Mara and Toby Fournier.

 

Boys and Girls 3-Point Shootout – Cam Slaymaker and Dominique Ennis.

 

Nike 2-Ball Skills Challenge Winners – Javier Gilgeous-Glasgow and Lemyah Hylton.

 

Boys Futures MVPs for Team Black and Team Grey – Tunde Durodola and Justus Haseley.

 

Girls Futures MVPs for Team Grey and Team Black – Jasmine Boscoe and Keyarah Gregory.

 

The Girls All Canadian Game Team Red 99  Team White 98 – MVPs Team Red Delaney Gibb 18 points and 5 rebounds.  Team White Toby Fournier 15 points, 14 rebounds, 3 blocked shots, and three steals. 

 

Boys All Canadian Game  White vs. Red

 

White Team coach Victor Raso started the following lineup: 6-10 Luke Hunger, 6-9 Leonard Miller, 6-11 Jeremy Foumena, 6-1 Jaden Clayton, and 6-1 Josiah Davis.  Red Team coach Charles Dube-Brais countered with 6-6 Elijah Fisher, 6-6 Elijah Mahi, 6-10 Isaac Jack, 6-4 DJ Jackson, and 6-1 Javier Gilgeous-Glasgow.

 

The Red Team defeated the white Squad by the score of 135-120.  Red Team shot 51.9% from the field including 11 of 32 from the three point line.  They connected on 12 of 26 free throws, pulled down 59 rebounds, and committed 28 turnovers.  The White Team shot 44.9% from the field including 11 of 37 from beyond the arc.  They connected on 55 rebounds, pulled down 55 rebounds, and committed 24 turnovers.

 

Elijah Fisher was named MVP for the Red Team and led them with 28 points including two three point baskets, four rebounds, and five assists.  Elijah Mahi added 22 points, four rebounds, and five assists.  6-11 Thierno Sylla recorded 21 points including three three point baskets and six rebounds.  6-4 Mambourou Mara chipped in with 15 points and 10 rebounds.  6-4 Zaiden Cross added 15 points including three three point baskets.  DJ Jackson added six points and 11 rebounds.

 

6-3 Vasean Allette was named MVP of the White Team and led them with 30 points including five three point baskets and seven steals.  Leonard Miller led 16 points and seven rebounds.  6-5 Wilguens Exacte Jr. recorded 13 points and four rebounds.  Jeremy Foumena chipped in with 12 points including two three point baskets and eight rebounds.  6-4 Cam Slaymaker added 11 points and four rebounds.  6-6 Roman Dean recorded 10 points and seven rebounds.  Luke Hunger tallied 10 points including six of six free throws.

 

White (120) – Hunger 10, Miller 16, Foumena 12, Clayton 0, Davis 3, Allette 30, Exacte 13, Slaymaker 11, Dean 10, Wrzeszcz 5, Oliogu 6, Mighty 4.

 

Red (135) – Fisher 28, Mahi 22, Jack 8, Jackson 6, Gilgeous-Glasgow 0, Sylla 21, Mara 15, Cross 15, James 1, Hurley 3, Okojie 5, Swanton-Rodger 4. Monegro 7.

 

Another great event with excellent players and competitive games and events.  Organization and coverage of event second to none.

 

 

 


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