Big, Little All-City basketball games this week

The Little All-City boys and girls basketball games will kick off the two days of hoops at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night at Redlands Community College. The Oklahoman’s Super 5 Player of the Year, Chauncey Collins of the OKC Storm is expected to participate.
by Scott Wright Published: May 24, 2014
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High school basketball fans will get back-to-back nights of postseason all-star games this week around the metro area.

The Little All-City boys and girls basketball games will kick off the two days of hoops at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night at Redlands Community College. The Oklahoman’s Super 5 Player of the Year, Chauncey Collins of the OKC Storm is expected to participate.

On Thursday, the Big All-City games will be held at Del City High School, starting at 6 p.m. Both the Big All-City boys and girls players of the year, Omega Harris of Putnam City West and Tamara Lee of Edmond Santa Fe, are on the rosters.

Here are the rosters for the games:

Little All-City

West boys — OKC Storm: Chauncey Collins; John Marshall: Malik Foxx; Centennial: Austin Garner; Millwood: Ashford Golden, Michael Mays; Washington: Josh Hardage; Union City: Mason Kane; Cashion: Joe Neece; Okarche: Christopher Rund; Minco: Blake Schneberger.

Coaches: Garrette Mantle, Centennial; Kurt Talbott, OKC Storm

East boys — Destiny Christian: Logan Batley; Lexington: Jake Blanchard; Heritage Hall: Lindsay Deline, Peter LeForce; Star Spencer: Kwa’Von Harding, Ed Stewart; Harrah: Collin Jennings; Douglass: Isaiah Shaputis, Antonio Wilson; Coyle: Ryan Weathers.

Coaches: Kendal Cudjoe, Douglass; Chris Hamilton, Heritage Hall

West girls — Centennial: Travia Bond; Oklahoma Christian Academy: Taylor Estep; Blanchard: Kylie Garrett; Okarche: Madi Grellner, Morgan Vogt; Destiny Christian: Clara McKinney; Union City: Chelsea Rackley; Mount St. Mary: Aimee Rischard; Bridge Creek: Alicia Sandlin.

Coaches: Rory Hamilton, Mount St. Mary; Cheri Myers, Okarche

East girls — Jones: Macy Davis, Teddi Homan; Community Christian: Addison Hall; Harding Prep: Leaunna Hankins; Harrah: Darian Hill; Dale: Brayden Newton; Macomb: Destiny Redmon; Wellston: Lakota Thompson; Heritage Hall: Erika Wakefield.

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by Scott Wright
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A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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