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Roster, Coaches Announced For Azalea All-Star Game

The Azalea Orthopedics All-Star high school basketball players have been chosen for April 12, 2008 at the UT Tyler Patriot Center on the UT Tyler campus. The games, which are in their fifth year, feature talented high school players from all over East Texas.

Seniors were nominated by their high school coaches and selected by an All Star selection panel.  "Over the last few weeks we have received close to 100 nominations from area schools," explains Dan Fuller, Azalea Orthopedics head trainer and coordinator of the event.  Fuller says players are selected according to geographical regions East and West of Tyler, Texas.  "This year's teams for both boys and girls will pit all region and all-state players on each team with all district players to round out the rosters," added Fuller.

Coaches for this year's Boys All-Star game are Wally Dawkins, head coach of the 4A Regional Semifinalist Whitehouse Wildcats and Jay Jameson, head coach for the Edgewood Bulldogs who finished their season as Regional Semifinalist in the 2A division this year.

The Girls game will be coached by Jeff Smith, head coach of TAPPS 5A Grace Cougars and Greg Gay, head coach of the Bullard Lady Panthers, the 3A Regional Quarterfinalist.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m., April 12, 2008.  The Girls game is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. with the Boys game following at 7:00 p.m.  Ticket prices are $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children under the age of 10.

 

All-star Basketball

Rosters 2008

  

Boys East Team                                             Boys West Team

TJ Riley                       Chapel Hill                     Jay Jimenez                           Jacksonville

Pat Hall                       Nacogdoches                Albin Gashi                            Mabank

Miles Kemp                 T.K. Gorman                   Orlando Hatton                    Frankston

Dralen St. Paul            Robert E. Lee                Aric Stroop                            Van

Tucker Glaske             Grace Community          Jordan Holly                          Cayuga

Stephen Tarpley         Spring Hill                      Darris Sirles                          John Tyler

Kyle Ford                    Whitehouse                  Gralyn Crawford         Palestine Westwood

Cody Molloy                Whitehouse                  Ike Onwuzurumba       All Saints Episcopal

Trumaine Jones           Arp                               Spencer Denmon                     Brookhill

Cedric Johnson           Arp                                Chase Sage                             Edgewood

 

Girls East Team                                             Girls West Team

Kelsey Krupa               Spring Hill                   Kaci Strother                            Kaufman

Holly Phelps                Winona                       Erika Warren                           John Tyler

Ashia Kelly                  Kilgore                        Chelsea Chimney                     Brownsboro

Shatoria Mallett          Longview                    Sierra Kirkpatrick                      Rains

Shamiya Domino         Longview                   Staci Hankins                           Athens

Bre Agnew                  Nacogdoches             Elisa Lee                                  Bullard

Nicole Tucker              Grace Community       Heather Stallings                      Edgewood

Kayla Mason               Whitehouse               Christy Pryor                           Cross Roads

Madison Killingsworth   Lindale                     Cambry Blakemore                  Rusk

Tabitha Dansby          Henderson                 Jasmine Reeves                       John Tyler

All proceeds from the All-Star game are donated to the Bethesda Clinic, a non-profit organization that provides quality healthcare to the working uninsured in Smith County.

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