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Bi-City all-star classic announces 2009 team

Press Release

COLUMBUS, GA - The Bi-City All-Star Classic showcases the best high school basketball players in the Bi-City Region. The tournament features 40 of the top senior players in an All-Star Game played after the regular high school basketball season and state tournament are complete. The All-Star Classic includes a girls and boys game as well as a 3-PT Shoot-Out Contest and a Slam Dunk Contest. Each game's Most Valuable Player and each contest winner receive trophies highlighting their accomplishments.

The Bi-City All-Star Classic invites 20 of the best female basketball players and 20 of the best male basketball players from Macon, Chattahoochee, Muscogee, Harris, Sumter,Troup, Chamber, Lee, Russell, and Barbour Counties.  The counties are divided into East and West Divisions with players being assigned to their county's respective division.  

The Bi-City All-Star Classic will be held on Saturday, March 28, 2009 at 5PM at Central High School, brand new Gymnasium.  Partial Proceeds to benefit Scholarships Fund through the Columbus Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity Inc.


WHO:             Bi-City All-Star Classic Committee 
                   
WHAT:            2009 Bi-City All-Star Classic All-Star Basketball Announcement Party 
                        The 40 Best high school basketball players in the Bi-City region who   
                        will participate in 3-Point Shootout Contest, Slam Dunk Contest,
                        Girls All-Star & Boys All-Star Game.

WHEN:            Wednesday, February 11, 2009 7:00PM - 8:30PM Eastern Standard Time

WHERE:          Central High School
                        2400 Dobbs Dr.
                        Phenix City, AL 36870

Names of All-star Players are attached on next sheet.

East Girls Coach
Candance Turner,
Columbus High

West Girls Coach: Carolyn Wright, Central High

  

  

Player

School

Position

Player

School

Position

Sherinna Lewis

Jordan

PG

Sada Walker

Russell County

G

Lanequa Borders

Jordan

SG

Lateisha Rome

Central

F

Bonita Harris

Kendrick

PG

Kieara Dexrer

Opelika

G

Winne Kennebrew

Columbus

G

Jasmine Cannin

Opelika

G

Amanda Cross

Americus-Sumter

C

Ambreia Williams

Opelika

F

Abril Peeples

Americus-Sumter

PG

Vanessa Peterson

Smith Station

G

Breanna Harris

Hardaway

SG

Dejah Hear

Smith Station

G

Veronica Bryant

Hardaway

SF

Courney Simms

Lannett

G

Miesha Turpin

Carver

SG

Tarnesha Stephens

Auburn

F

Jade Sasser

Northside

C

Shelby Hunter

Handley

F

East Boys Coach
Wareen Beaulah, Carver

  

West Boys Coach
Bobby Wright,
Central High

  

 

Player

School

Position

Player

School

Position

Cedaris Shorter

Carver High

PF

Joseph Thompson

Central

F

Joe Crouch

Jordan

G

Sean Finley

Central

G

Mike Woods

Hardaway

G

Sebastin Thomas

Smith Station

G

Tywhan Myrick

Kendrick

SF

Joseph Davis

Smith Station

F

Jacovi White

Chattach. Co

SF

Kenneth Samuels

Russell Co.

F

Shaquille Harris

Amercius-Sumter

SG

Calvin Thomas

Eufuala

SG

Colby Perry

Americus-Sumter

C

Josh Jones

Eufuala

F

Josh Sturgis

Spencer

SG

Devondrick Richardson

Barbour Co.

G

Marcel Hawkins

Covenant Christian

SF

Tobias Ray

Lafayette

F

Deondrick Pina

Schley Co.

PG

Aquendall Hugley

Lannett

G


Courtesy: Bi-City All-Star Classic
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