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Simpson University to Host North State All-Star Basketball Games

More than 50 athletes from throughout northern California were nominated by athletic directors and coaches to play in the All-Star games.

Posted: Mar 12, 2018 3:31 PM
Updated: Mar 13, 2018 10:40 AM

Redding Calif.  Simpson University will be hosting the Redding Breakfast Lions Club’s 23rd annual boys and girls high school All-Star basketball games.

The Redding Breakfast Lyon’s Club began the tournament in 1996 as a way to promote sports and activity for youth in the community.

More than 50 athletes from throughout northern California will participate in the event.

This year 28 boys and 30 girls are playing, and they are divided into 2 teams each North and South.

Area high school athletic directors and coaches nominate players for the All-Star teams. A Lions Club committee sorts through the nominations and works with the volunteer coaches to form the teams.

The teams will be guided by four volunteer coaches from north state schools. The teams will be coached by Josh Hamilton from Trinity High School, Kurt Wilkens from Corning High School, Mark Stephans from University Preparatory School, and Nathan Emerson from Central Valley High School.

The girls will play at 4 p.m. and the boys will play at 6 p.m.

During half-time of each game there will be a 3-point shootout among parents of the team members.

Proceeds from the food sales will go to the Special Olympics of Northern California.

Girls North (Coach Nathan Emerson, Central Valley)

Gabriela Gonzalez, Tulelake

Hannah Apple, Central Valley

Jaycie Sundstrom, Central Valley

Dara Gawman, Trinity

Grace Woods, Shasta

Samantha Flores, Tulelake

Terra Crawford, Yreka

Cate Walton, Shasta

Alex McIntosh, Trinity

Mattea Wilson, Modoc

Breana Buker, Etna

Savanna Reynolds, Weed

Ashley Cox, Yreka

Caitlin Bennett, Etna

Daniella Macias, Butte Valley

Girls South (Coach Mark Stephens, U-Prep)

Livi Lindsey, Redding Christian

Joelyn Stirton, West Valley

Lauren Anspach, U-Prep

Madison Offield, Happy Camp

Yaneesa Velasquez, Orland

Jaycie Provence, Redding Christian

Elter Bright, Corning

Madison Hampton, Lassen

Emily Stone, Happy Camp

Aly Burke, Enterprise

Mary Phan, Enterprise

Rachel Rogers, Los Molinos

Thalia Stephens, Orland

Cameron Douglas, West Valley

Justyse Cooper, Enterprise

Madison Corder, Fall River

Boys North (Coach Josh Hamilton, Trinity High)

Harley Williams, Weed

Brian Harper, Trinity

Glen Alvarez, Tulelake

Tanner Bidwell, Big Valley

Tanner Smith, Modoc

Simer Singh, Shasta

Anthony Gore, Mount Shasta

Thurman Knowles, Foothill

Josh Theofanides, Etna

Marcus Williamson, Trinity

Jonny Cruz, Foothill

Levi Voorhees, Shasta

Truman Skoy, Shasta

Weston Boese, Tulelake

Anthony Peppars, Modoc

Boys South (Coach Kurt Wilkens, Corning)

Haydon Maderios, Redding Christian

Alex Russell, Los Molinos

Zac Thompson, Fall River

Brayden Hutchens, Red Bluff

Phillip Dinius, Redding Christian

Andrew Mills, U-Prep

Brandon Strobel, Hayfork

Austin Mishoe, Corning

Robee Knoch, Fall River

Noah Zoppi, Corning

Brandon Hoag, Corning

Chris Phipps, Burney

Corey Busta, Corning

Tyler Hafner, Enterprise

Will Dobson, Enterprise

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