Local players selected for M.A.C All-Star Basketball Games
Meridian, Miss. (WTOK) - The high school basketball season may be over, but there are still all-star games taking place in the Magnolia State.
The annual North/South All-Star games put on by the Mississippi Association of Coaches are set for Saturday in Clinton at A.E. Wood Coliseum.
Here are local athletes that were selected to compete in Saturday’s contests:
Meridian guard Debreasha Powe - Classes 4-6A Girls South Team
Quitman forward Dacia Bostic - Classes 4-6A Girls South Team
Wayne County guard Kynijza Lampley - Classes 4-6A Girls South Team
Choctaw Central guard Carly Keats - Classes 4-6A Girls North Team
Choctaw Central forward Kyla Farmer - Classes 4-6A Girls North Team
Neshoba Central guard/forward Hama’ya Fielder - Classes 4-6A Girls North Team
Bay Springs guard/forward Alexus Nixon - Classes 1-3A Girls South Team
Wayne County forward Lamont Lacey - Classes 4-6A Boys South Team
West Lauderdale forward Parker Henry - Classes 4-6A Boys North Team
Southeast Lauderdale guard Eli Walker - Classes 1-3A Boys South Team
Enterprise guard Derryon Gray - Classes 1-3A Boys South Team
Bay Springs guard Chad Jones - Classes 1-3A Boys South Team
Bay Springs guard Tremayne Wheaton - Classes 1-3A Boys South Team
Neshoba Central girls coach Jason Broom was selected as one of the coaches for the Classes 4-6A Girls North Team. Bay Springs boys coach Corey Mackey was chosen as one of the coaches for the Classes 1-3A Boys South Team.
For more matchup times and more information about the all-star game, click here.
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