Public League All-Star game rosters announced

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Two games on Saturday at Young will feature a load of stars…

The Boy’s Game 1 North vs South All-Star Game is set for 5:00PM with the Boy’s Dunk Contest to take place immediately after. The Boy’s Game 2 All-Star Game is scheduled for a 7:00PM tip. Below are the rosters for each of the All-Star games.

Boy’s Game 1 Rosters

North

Wilfredo Escobar (Prosser)

Darrell Jones (Taft)

Shelton Jackson (Lane Tech)

Nakeem Floyd (Crane)

Alfredo Ramos (Mather)

Duryea Briscoe (Mather)

Mario Booker (Amundsen)

Victor Hampton (Collins)

Deon Hughes (Collins)

Morris Thomas (Foreman)

Franklin Thompson (Whitney Young)

Delonte Burns (Noble Street Charter)

Mitchell Uribe (Schurz)

South

Maurice Oglesby (Kennedy)

Pawel Kielbasa (Kennedy)

Dwayne Pugh (Tilden)

Jarrell Turner (Corliss)

Terrance Jordan (Brooks)

Illya Glover (Fenger)

Nyvelle Henyard (Longwood)

Antonio Ryan (Harlan)

Willie Jackson (Dunbar)

Roosevelt Wilson (Dunbar)

Reggie Elliott (South Shore)

Jeremy Lee (Bowen)

Boy’s Game 2 Rosters

North

Michael Thompson (Lincoln Park)

Jonathan Montgomery (Lincoln Park)

J.J. Henley (Lincoln Park)

Michael Fakuade (Von Steuben)

Michael Horton, Jr. (Von Steuben)

Darius Fields (Von Steuben)

Dwight McCombs (Whitney Young)

Byron Pickens (Senn)

Brandon McGee (Crane)

Michael Stovall (Marshall)

Sean Scott (Farragut)

Jamil Harris (Foreman)

South

Aaron Johnson (Hubbard)

Jamel Johnson (Englewood)

Eric Burgin (Hope)

Richie Walker (Bogan)

Isiah Martin (Morgan Park)

Keyon Smothers (Washington)

Bryant Orange (Simeon)

Brandon Hall (Simeon)

Darreon Ingram (Curie)

Cordell Fraction (Curie)

Jaquez Williams (Carver)

Antonio Lofton (Carver)

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