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Azalea Orthopedics 2012 All-Star Classic announces roster's

Azalea Orthopedics News Release

The Azalea Orthopedics All-Star high school basketball players for the games on April 14, have been selected. The 2012 Games will be at the Wagstaff Gymnasium on the Tyler Junior College campus. The game, which is in its eighth year, is sponsored by Azalea Orthopedics. The Classic gives high school seniors in the East Texas area the opportunity to showcase their talent for colleges and hometown fans. "We are pleased to announce this year's All- Star roster for both the girls and boys for the All-Star Classic," said Dan Fuller, Azalea head athletic trainer and coordinator of the annual event. They are as follows:

Girls East

Aubrey Okray (West Rusk)
Cori Jo Navarro  (T.K. Gorman)
Montana Harrison  (New Diana)
Akia Patrick  (Longview)
DiMond Edmond   (Lindale)
Haley Hartt  (Tatum)
Megan Strnadel  (Grace)
Michelle Stewart  (Whitehouse)
Briana Brooks (Robert E. Lee)
Nykia Clayton (Pine Tree)

Girls West

Susan Agesen (Edgewood)
Chandler Short (Edgewood)
LaQuesha Cooper (Brownsboro)
Taylor Maxvill (Emory Rains)
Courtney Dawson (Malakoff)
Latifah Rainey (John Tyler)
Roddricka Patton (Neches)
Sara Bullard (Frankston)
Minta Spears (Bullard)
Samantha Atkinson (Buffalo)

Boys East Team

Brandon Robbins (Spring Hill)
Brandon Viesca (Tatum)
Correy Davis (Whitehouse)
JaQuan Jackson (Longview)
Caleb Carr (White Oak)
Carson Clark (Troup)
Jimmy Neggem (Grace)
Joey Stovall (Quitman)
Devonte "Jarrod Coleman (Robert E Lee)
Bridges Gibbs (Sabine)

Boys West

Courtney Anderson (Westwood)
Micah Angton (Palestine)
Austin Langemeier (Brook Hill)
Nick Jones (Brownsboro)
Brad Robertson (All Saints)
Zac Bowman (Cayuga)
Darius Clater (Jacksonville)
Jordan Van De Kop  (Lindale)
Caleb Willis (John Tyler)
Josh Sharff (Edgewood)

Doors open at 5:00 p.m. April 14 . The girl's game time is slated for 5:30 p.m. with the boy's game to follow at approximately 7:00 p.m. Ticket prices are $6.00 for adult and $3.00 for children under the age of 10.  All proceeds from the All-Star game are donated to the Bethesda Clinic.

If you would like more information or would like to schedule a media interview call, Leslie Fossey at 903.939.7747 or 903.539.7712.

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