The rosters have been announced for the third annual Howard County boys basketball All-Star game.
The showcase event, which will be played this upcoming Friday night (March 28) at 7 p.m. at Howard Community College, features 18 of the top seniors from Howard County in a battle between East and West.
In addition to the game itself, there will also be halftime festivities that include a dunk contest and a 3-point shooting contest. Admission is $5 per person.
The East team features players from Atholton, Hammond, Howard, Long Reach, Mt. Hebron, Oakland Mills and Wilde Lake.
Those players on the East roster are: Michael Bernetti (Atholton), Justin Ballmer (Atholton), Andre McFadden (Hammond), Dontae Ross (Hammond), Clay Bartnik (Howard), Michaud Reyna (Howard), Shane Barr (Long Reach), Spencer Hall (Long Reach), Zack Andreas (Mt. Hebron), David Herlihy (Mt. Hebron), Marvin Williams (Oakland Mills), Deshawn Willis (Oakland Mills), Devon Groves (Wilde Lake) and Khari Jackson (Wilde Lake).
The West team features players from Centennial, Chapelgate, Glenelg, Glenelg Country, Marriotts Ridge, Reservoir and River Hill.
Those players on the West roster are: Walter Fletcher (Centennial), Chris Grandy (Chapelgate), John Morant (Chapelgate), Terrell Willis (Chapelgate), Zack Haussler (Glenelg), Bryce Helensky (Glenelg), Chancellor Barnard (Glenelg Country), RJ Bryant (Marriotts Ridge), Robert Davis (Marriotts Ridge), Markquice Stringfellow (Marriotts Ridge), Aaron McDonald (Reservoir), Kyle Reilly (Reservoir) and Mike Titus (River Hill).
The coach for the East squad is Glenelg’s Jansen McMillan, while the coach for the West is Reservoir’s Mike Coughlan.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun