Diocesan Junior Roundball Classic slated this weekend at Seton-La Salle High School gym
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The 2013 Pittsburgh Diocesan Junior Roundball Classic, consisting of four boys' eighth-grade all-star basketball teams, will be held from Friday to Sunday at the Seton-La Salle High School gym.
The matchups are as follows:
• Friday — South vs. West (6 p.m.); North vs. East (7:30 p.m.)
• Saturday — North vs. South (1 p.m.); East vs. West (2:30 p.m.)
• Sunday — South vs. East (1 p.m.); North vs. West (2:30 p.m.)
Players on each of the four regional all-star teams are:
SOUTH — Matt Thelk, Kellan Gustine, Joey Shulik, Michael Swanson, Nick Krugh, Mike Cortese, David Johnston, Nolan Abbiatici, Mitchell King, Anthony Pampena, Nathan Deitrick, Josh Gardner.
NORTH — Seth Welch, Ryan Hunt, Conner Haberman, Christian Fedko, Nicholas Poilucci, Kevin Haberman, Ben Perdziola, Alex Bianco, Jack Profozich, Sean Colosimo, Adam Taschner, Clay Myers, Tony Patsy.
EAST — Thomas Quinlan, Kistofer Olander, Thomas O'Connor, Michael Truxell, Matt Iannuzzi, Michael Butler, Tyler Elwood, Jack Reilly, Joey Gatti, Jaron Clark, Josh Revak, Gabe Gluscic, Antonio Cheathom, Neil Hartnett, Steve Votodian.
WEST — Julian Bonds, Walter Bonds, Dom Davis, Matt Schnarre, Eli Loncar, Andrew Musial, Nathan Ratliff, Josh Furman, Josh Moon, Jimmy Hurley, A.J. Jancosca, David Snyder.
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