Howard County boys, girls all-star basketball games rescheduled for Tuesday

The 2018 Howard County senior basketball all-star games for boys and girls will be held on Tuesday, March 27 at Oakland Mills High School.
The 2018 Howard County senior basketball all-star games for boys and girls will be held on Tuesday, March 27 at Oakland Mills High School. (Jen Rynda / Patuxent Homestead)

UPDATE: After an issue with permits forced an initial postponement and then weather postponed the proposed make-up date of the Howard County boys and girls basketball all-star games, the event has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 27 at Oakland Mills High School.

The Oakland Mills Boosters will now serve as the sponsor for the event.


The girls will play first at 6:30 p.m. and the boys will follow immediately after, with a girls against boys 3-point shooting contest and dunk contest scheduled to take place between the two games. The majority of the area’s top seniors are slated to participate in the all-star event, which has an admission charge of $5 that is good for both games.

The game for the girls will pit an East squad made up of players from Atholton, Hammond, Howard and Reservoir up against a West squad consisting of players from Glenelg, Long Reach, Marriotts Ridge, River Hill and Chapelgate. Both teams feature 11 players.


The boys game, meanwhile, is being called the “Class Clash” as the county’s small schools (class 2A) will square off against the county’s large schools (class 3A/4A).

The 2A squad has players from Glenelg, Glenelg Country, Hammond, Marriotts Ridge, Oakland Mills, River Hill and Wilde Lake. The 3A squad has players from Atholton, Centennial, Chapelgate, Howard, Long Reach, Mt. Hebron and Reservoir.

In front of a packed crowd Friday night at Long Reach High School, Howard County’s senior basketball stars put on one final show.

For full rosters for both games, see below.

In addition to the two games, there are also plans for a dunk contest and the 3-point contest between the girls and boys games.


The 3-point event will be set up in a girls against boys format, with five girls going head-to-head against five boys. Each shooter will have 45 seconds to make as many shots as they can — the winner of each match-up will earn a point for their team.

The match-ups for the shootout will be: Jess Foster (Glenelg) against Jalen Morant (Chapelgate); Ashlyn McInerney (Hammond) against Robert Gordon (Hammond); Madison Burris (Howard) against Andrew Blanco (Howard); Sarah Dawitt (River Hill) against Jacob Krause (River Hill); and Courtney Furr (Howard) against Sean Taylor (Centennial).

The dunk contest participants are still yet to be determined.



Bryce Bathras, Atholton

Christianna Kelley, Atholton

Annalise Clark, Hammond

Ashlyn McInerney, Hammond

Taylor Addison, Howard

Madison Burris, Howard

Madison Eich, Howard

Courtney Furr, Howard

Deonna Jones, Howard

Juli Hancock, Reservoir

Jada Parker, Reservoir

Nia Powell, Reservoir


Octavia Florent, Chapelgate

Jess Foster, Glenelg

Kendall Howze, Glenelg

Kellie Johnson, Glenelg

Kiana Williams, Long Reach

Carolyn Foreman, Marriotts Ridge

Hope Morath, Marriotts Ridge

Julia Altman, River Hill

Sarah Dawit, River Hill

Elesha Jackson, River Hill

Mona King, River Hill

Mia McCormick, River Hill



Ryan Davis, Glenelg

Garrett Mills, Glenelg

Dragan Hornatko, Glenelg Country

Caidon Owen, Glenelg Country

Robert Gordon, Hammond

Luke Ingersoll, Marriotts Ridge

Robert Burgess, Oakland Mills

Harrison Greggs, Oakland Mills

Mister Hairston, Oakland Mills

Luke Champion, River Hill

Dylan Daniels, River Hill

Jacob Krause, River Hill

Jaden Martin, River Hill

George Hunter, Wilde Lake

Prophelando Joseph, Wilde Lake

Gerald Van Tassel, Wilde Lake


Micah Carey, Atholton

Corey Eudell, Centennial

Hayden Ford, Centennial

Andrew Hohmann, Centennial

Sean Taylor, Centennial

Blake Hatcher, Chapelgate

Jalen Morant, Chapelgate

Brandon Wise, Chapelgate

Andrew Blanco, Howard

Tyri Davis, Long Reach

Josh Jones, Long Reach

Alex Nazaire, Mt. Hebron

Bouraima Diarra, Reservoir

Donye Moore, Reservoir

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