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Rosters for the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game announced

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The roster for the 24th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Basketball Game, on March 21, has been announced. Twenty-four seniors have been selected to represent the state of Alabama in the game.

The teams, 12 boys and 12 girls, were announced on Thursday by Alvin Briggs, director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association. The girls' game will begin at 5 p.m. and the boys' game will tip off at 7 p.m. at Jackson State University's Lee E. William Athletics and Assembly Center.

 

Alabama Girls:

Toni Brewer, Sparkman

Aja Cumbie, Wenonah

Destiney Elliott, Oneonta

Jameka Holmes, Wenonah

Alexis Jennings, Sparkman

Sierra Jones, Madison Academy

Riley Northway, Brewer

Tyler Phelion, Blount

Leah Strain, Woodland

Shakayla Thomas, Sylacauga

Fran Tyson, Shades Valley

Morgan William, Shades Valley

 

Coaches:

Brant Llewellyn, Lauderdale County

Emanuel Bell, Wenonah

Brenda Mayes, Muscle Shoals (Administrative Coach)

 

Alabama Boys:

Khwan Fore, Lee-Huntsville

Isaac Haas, Hokes Bluff

Demetrius Houston, Carver-Montgomery

T.J. Lang, McGill-Toolen

William Lee, Dallas County

Brandon Murphy, Carver-Montgomery

Divine Myles, Blount

Riley Norris, Albertville

Marquell Oliver, Parker

Wesley Person, Brantley

Nathan Potts, Athens

Lewis Sullivan, Hazel Green

 

Coaches:

Reginald McGary, Parker

Darrell Barber, Midfield

Jamie Lee, Decatur (Administrative Coach)

 

This is the first time the game has been held in Mississippi since 2002. The games alternated between the two states from 1991 until 2002, but then moved to the Pelham Convention Center in 2003 through 2011. Alabama State hosted the game at the Dunn-Oliver Acadome in 2012 and 2013 and will host the game in 2015.

The Alabama teams won both games last year with the girls winning 64-54 and the boys winning 87-76. Alabama now leads both the boys and girls series 12-11.

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