Rosters announced for 2020 LHSCA All-Star Basketball Games

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The Louisiana High School Coaches Association announced Wednesday the rosters for the girls and boys LHSCA All-Star games. The doubleheader is set for Saturday, March 21 at Bossier Parish Community College. The girls game is at 1 p.m. with the boys game to follow at 3.

East Girls
Jerkaila Jordan John Curtis
Diamond Hunter Lee
Demetriona Hookfin Loranger
Kyren Washington Northlake Christian
Kaci Chairs Country Day
Jaycee Hughes Holden
Tasianna Mcdowell Delhi
Kate Thompson Denham Springs
Madison Gill Ponchatoula
Osha Cummings Zachary
Faith Robinson West Monroe
Kiersten Nelson Ursuline
Sadie Williams East Ascension
Di’Jone Flowers Live Oak
Erica Lafayette McKinley
West Girls
Qua Chambers Benton
Raveon Robertson Assumption
Shakahia Warmsley Mansfield
Morgan Payne Red River
Maria Bienvenu St. Mary’s
Destiny Jones Stanley
Rivers Day Hicks
Tamara Johnson Lafayette Christian
Ma’Kaila Lewis Red River
Shaley Charrier Hicks
Brooklyn Fontenot Kinder
KC Sims Byrd
Aniya Turner St. Louis
Kinsley Ashworth Plainview
Jor’dan Shelton Homer
East Boys
Jalen Cook Walker
Melvion Flanagan Peabody
Nick Traylor Wossman
Ladamien Bradford Jonesboro-Hodge
Taveon Anderson Oak Grove
Hunter Strickland Weston
D.J. Morgan Episcopal
Reece Beekman Scotlandville
Tai’Ron Joseph Scotlandville
T.J. Small Brother Martin
Hobert Grayson East Ascension
Kentrell Garnett Catholic
Charquez Owens Ouachita
Elijah Tate Madison Prep
Salle Wilson Dunham
West Boys
Corey Dunning Lafayette
Kenny Hunter Huntington
Donta Bell Bossier
Billy Francis Lafayette Christian
Chance Robinson Lincoln Prep
Garrett Edwards Pitkin
Brandon Mccarthy Grand Isle
Michael Thomas Hamilton Christian
Cody Deen Bossier
Deandre Buggage H.L. Bourgeois
Thomas Howell St. Mary’s
Kendal Coleman Captain Shreve
Keyon Giroir White Castle
Devonte Snow Natchitoches Central
D’Marcus Hall Calvary Baptist
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