'Hoops for a Cure' rosters announced
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The 19th annual “Hoops for a Cure” is a who's who of WPIAL basketball.
The event will start at 3 p.m. on April 26 at Chartiers Valley with a game between the Class A and AA girls. The boys Class A and AA game will tip at 4:30 and will be followed at 6 p.m. with a showdown between the AAA and AAAA girls. The nightcap will be a contest between the AAA and AAAA boys.
The yearly event is held to benefit the Nathan S. Arenson Fund for Pancreatic Cancer Research. The fund has raised more than $1.2 million to date.
Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children over 3. Children under 3 will be admitted free of charge. Raffles tickets are being sold with a grand prize of two tickets to the quarterfinals of the US Open Tennis Championships in New York.
Other prizes include tickets to other sporting events and autographed sports memorabilia.
Door prizes will be rewarded to patrons who have a winning admission ticket.
Visit www.hoopsforacure.com for more information.
The follow are the rosters for the all-star teams.
Elijah Minnie, Lincoln Park
Ryan Skovranko, Lincoln Park
Justice Rawlins, Monessen
Domonic Robb, North Catholic
Kendall Paige, OLSH
Cameron Johnson, OLSH
Keenan Hockton, Sewickley Academy
Luk Vith, Sewickley Academy
Kevin Fischer, Vincentian Academy
Nick Miller, Western Beaver
Eric Gallupe, Avonworth
Dan Stratton, Beaver Falls
Kodie Hanley, Chartiers-Houston
Miles Williamson, Chartiers-Houston
Bill Hipp, Greensburg CC
Brian Graytok, Greensburg CC
Miles Sunder, Jeanette
Dale Clancy, Seton-La Salle
Levi Masua, Seton-La Salle
Malik White, Seton-La Salle
Dupree Jenkins, Washington
Matt Kline, Central Valley
Tony Gates, Central Valley
Jerrad Tuite, Chartiers Valley
Jaquan Davidson, Elizabeth Forward
Owen Nearhoff, Mars
Dustin Sleva, Montour
Alan Smith, Steel Valley
Charles Scharbo, Thomas Jefferson
Zack Talley, Thomas Jefferson
Jordan Pratt, Uniontown
Josh Krafeynski, Bethel Park
Matt Renzi, Franklin Regional
Colin Luther, Hampton
Ryan Luther, Hampton
Anthony Richardson, New Castle
Drew Allen, New Castle
Malik Hooker, New Castle
D.J. Porter, Obama
Patrick Sprouls, Pittsburgh CC
Jordan Conn, Upper St. Clair
Kenna Drazich, Avella
Nikki Arbanas, Hickory
Holly Grober, Hickory
Lexi Arkwright, Mercer
Kristen Jackson, Quigley Catholic
Nicole Pero, Serra Catholic
Megan Sieg, Serra Catholic
Mallorie Heinle, St. Joseph
Allie Bartosewizy, Vincentian Academy
Madison Raber, West Greene
Class AA/City League
Sierra Fordham, Allderdice
Mackenzie Mayernik, Avonworth
Johnie Olkosky, Bishop Canevin
Laura McGowan, Brentwood
Mia Woytovich, Charleroi
Addy Knetzer, Chartiers-Houston
Rachel Bellhy, Fort Cherry
Jenna Lucas, Fort Cherry
Joanne Barlamas, Freedom
Monique Redman, Jeannette
Naje Gibson, Seton-La Salle
Yacine Diop, Seton-La Salle
Kiana Law, Central Valley
Seairra Barrett, Central Valley
Natalie Fekula, Elizabeth Forward
Angelina Starr, Franklin
Karly Mellinger, Greensburg Salem
Shaniya Rivers, Hopewell
Kari Steuter, Hopewell
Maryssa Agurs, Keystone Oaks
Emily Knepshield, Kittaning
Amirah Moore, Moon
Halie Torris, South Park
Alexis Yanief, Thomas Jefferson
Ciara Patterson, West Mifflin
Taylor Thomas, West Mifflin
Megan Marecic, Bethel Park
Harper Zimmer, Bethel Park
Olivia Lorusso, Canon-McMillan
Jenna Devinney, Chartiers Valley
Kristen McGeough, Chartiers Valley
Lauren Herron, Chartiers Valley
Erin Mathis, Fox Chapel
Jada Epps, Gateway
Monica Burns, Hempfield
Christine Ehland, Mt. Lebanon
Margie McCaffery, Mt. Lebanon
Abbie Trzeciak, Seneca Valley
Carly Harris, Shaler
Krista Pietropola, Plum
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