MONTGOMERY – Twenty-four seniors have been selected to represent Alabama in the 29th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Basketball Games to be played at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Acadome on the Montgomery school’s campus, Friday, March 15.
The Alabama teams, comprised of 12 senior boys and 12 senior girls, were selected by the Basketball Coaches All-Star Selection Committee and announced by Jamie Lee, director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association. The girls game will tip off at 5 p.m. and the boys game will follow at 7.
Ally McCollum, a 6’1” senior for Phillips High School, has been selected to the girls north roster. McCollum has been a force for the She Bears all season in the post position.
Other players on the girls north roster include: Jemeriah Moore, Midfield; Quintasia Leatherwood, Central-Tuscaloosa; Sakyia White, Central-Tuscaloosa; Keiara Griffin, Ramsay; Hannah Edwards, Oak-Mountain; Sarah Barker, Spain Park; Macie Williams, Southside-Gadsden; Laura Keener, Central-Florence; Elizabeth Hill, Cold Springs; Destinee McGhee, Madison Academy; Farrah Pearson, Hazel Green; Emily Bowman, Huntsville; Briana Moore, Grissom; Jaden Langford, Madison Academy.
All-Star coaches for the North Girls team are: Kim Nails, Southside-Gadsden; JeTaime Silas, Lee-Huntsville; Brant Llewellyn, Lauderdale County-Admin.
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