MACJC All-Star Basketball Games Scheduled March 27 at East Central
MGCCC Bulldogs well represented at annual eventThe state’s top sophomore JUCO basketball players will have an opportunity to showcase their talents when the annual MACJC All-Star Basketball Games are held Tuesday, March 27, 2012, atEast Central Community College in Decatur.
Women’s action begins at 5 p.m. and will be followed by the men’s contest at 7 p.m. in the Brackeen-Wood Physical Education Building.
Admission is $5 per person for the NJCAA-sanctioned event.
Both games will be streamed on Holmes Community College Web site, www.homesathletics.ihigh.com.
Named to the South Division All-Star women’s squad are Ja’Monica Orton, East Central; Lauren Douglas, Alecia Autman and Terrenisha Hollis, all of Jones County; Kenya Wright, Hinds; Ricille Davis and Delainna Lyons, both of Gulf Coast; Shaniece Sheffield, Southwest; Toy Johnson and Branita Malone, both of Pearl River; and Jasmine James and Keosha Bradley, both of Copiah-Lincoln.
Melanie Stone of Gulf Coast will serve as head coach.
North Division women All-Stars are Kierra Gilmore, Dierra Gilmore and Louise Collins, all of Holmes; Anna Brooke Page, Northeast; Chadisty Hickman, East MS; Dayana McGee and Ciara Morgan, both of Coahoma; Jameilka Hoskins, Vechatita Bonner and LaPrecious Naylon, all of Itawamba; Calmetta Greyer, Delta; and Erica Turner, Northwest.
Nancy Gray of Itawamba will serve as head coach.
Selected on the South Division men’s All-Star team are Jimmie Broomfield, East Central; Guy Payne, Ice Asortse and Justin Childs, all of Gulf Coast; Cory Lacy and Michael Hall, both of Southwest; Kelvin Nixon, Jones County; Yondarious Johnson, Daron Bell and Zane Knowles, all of Pearl River; Jake Reed, Copiah-Lincoln; and Trevis Thomas, Hinds.
Wendell Weathers of Gulf Coast will serve as head coach. The Bulldogs have won two straight MACJC titles.
North Division men All-Stars are Everick Morris and Darius Woods, both of Northwest; Deangelo Priar and Emmanuel Dias, both of Holmes; Rashard Harris and Cortavious Vaughn, both of Coahoma; Jermaine Hollimon and Cedric Janes, both of Northeast; Deon Bedford, East MS; Marius Myles, Itawamba; and LaQuavius Cotton and Kwahmere Gredric, both of Delta.
ECCC assistant Matt Riley will serve as head coach.
For more information, contact Bill Smith, ECCC women’s head basketball coach, 601-635-6243 or call toll free, 877-462-3222, ext. 243. His e-mail address is email@example.com.
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