Division I recruits Wilson, Walker-Kimbrough highlight Roundball Classic rosters
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Division I recruits highlight Roundball Classic rosters
Montour's Devin Wilson and Hopewell's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough are among the WPIAL all-stars scheduled to play Saturday in the Roundball Classic at Geneva College.
The event's four games feature mostly WPIAL and City League seniors, with a few players from other districts added. Tickets cost $8 and cover all four games.
Girls from Class A and AA will play at 2 p.m., followed by Class AAA facing AAAA at 4 p.m. In the first boys game at 6 p.m., the Class AA all-stars will face a team that combines WPIAL Class A, City League and two out-of-district players.
In the 8 p.m. finale, the Class AAA boys face Class AAAA.
Along with Virginia Tech recruit Wilson and Maryland recruit Walker-Kimbrough, the 111 players who comprise the rosters include 13 other all-state players.
— Chris Harlan
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