South Jersey Boys Basketball Doubleheader slated for Sunday

by Marc Narducci | Mar 13, 2024
South Jersey Boys Basketball Doubleheader slated for Sunday
On March 17, many of the best senior basketball players will meet for the annual Albert J. Carino Girls Basketball Club of South Jersey All-Star game at Rutgers Camden. There will be an eighth grade All-Star game at 1 p.m., followed by the high school contest at 3.

The high school game will have players from Olympic and Burlington County Conferences against a team from the Cape Atlantic League, Colonial Conference and Tri-County Conference.

At press time, here are the players who have confirmed to play in the high school All-Star game.

 

Burlington-Olympic:

Coach: Nick Powell, Medford Tech

Andrew DeCosta, Bordentown
Benn Manns, Cherry Hill West
Jahaan Green, Camden Eastside
Amir Bailey, Highland
Tre Powell, Medford Tech

 

Cape-Colonial-Tri-County:
Coach: Rich Bolds, Timber Creek

Ryan Johnston, Audubon
Tomas Money Jr., Collingswood
Chase Ambrosius, Delsea
Charles Graves, Glassboro
Nate Rohlfing, Haddonfield
Azzir Smith-Bey, Hammonton
Tajamir Brown, Lindenwold
Macky Bonner, Lower Cape May
Khakon Foster, Millville
Dykan Schlatter, Ocean City
Khakon Foster, Pitman
Anthony Farmer, Salem
Aami Anderson, Timber Creek
Junior Hans, Wildwood

 

Here is the eighth-grade All-Star lineup:

White Team:

Head Coach: Robert DePersia II

Robert Crawford, St. Rose of Lima
Dominic Hasegawa, William Allen Middle School
Brody Mustaro; Gloucester Catholic
Marty Small, Pennsylvania Ave School
Andrew Godfrey, Ocean City Middle
Connor Farrow, Collingswood Middle
Christopher Lee, Easthampton Community
Sahid Chambers, Winslow Middle
Juan Encarnacion, Uptown School Complex
Shaun Hammond, Anne Mullen Middle
Jarred Barnes II, Champion Baptist Academy
Jamieson Young, Rosa International Middle
Amir Sapp, Anne Mullen Middle
Ryan Gallagher, Rohrer Middle
Ethan Miller, Haddonfield Middle

 

Blue Team:
Head Coach:
Robert Ridarelli

Reis Rhea, Haddonfield Middle
Jaden Leon, Burlington Township Middle
Ryder Lacey, Beck Middle
Tyson Walker-Forman, Williamstown Middle
Caleb Kassekert, Bunker Hill Middle
Tyree Thorp, Lamberton Middle
Luke Maransky, St. Augustine Prep
Isaiah Thatcher, Rohrer Middle

Takai Tanner Hobein Middle
Joshua Williams, Burlington Township Middle
Chris Mitchell Jr., Winslow Middle
Tamir Rhett, Winslow Middle
Griffin Fair, Lamberton Middle
Evan Cardamone, Berlin Community
Davis Walker, DeMasi Middle

 

What is great about this event is that there are a number of players who have not committed to a college. This game usually attracts several college coaches, so it gives the youngsters one last chance for some great exposure.

In addition, the eighth grade All-Star game allows fans to see many of the players they will be following in high school.

The Carino Club has for decades done an excellent job promoting basketball in South Jersey and this All-Star doubleheader has been an annual tradition that gives most of the seniors one last chance to represent their high school in an exemplary fashion, while for many, getting some needed exposure in front of college coaches. 


Author: Marc Narducci

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