PA vs. Maryland All Star Basketball Weekend-March 27-28, 2015
Harrisburg Christian School 2000 Blue Mountain Parkway Harrisburg, PA 17112- Mike Gaffey  717-903-0732  

Friday March 27th Rosters--revisted 3/24/15

Saturday March 28th Rosters -revisted 3/24/15

Maryland Boy's Rosters



   

You must have your acceptance form sent in to be put on a roster. There are still a few spots available. You can call or email Mike Gaffey (MGaffey@shsd.k12.pa.us) to reserve your spot. If you have your local game on one of these dates just request to play on the other day. You can play one day or both days...it is your choice.

 
 

Photos by Danette Barthlomew - to get copies or posters of the photos call  717-979-5322 or go to danette.zenfolio.com

 
 

The Rosters will be posted by March 16th for the 9 different All Star Games! You will be told on the posting what color uniform to bring and what time to arrive for your game at the Harrisburg Christian Athletic Center. The GPS Address for the event is 2000 Blue Mountain Parkway. Each night, one player will be selected from a random drawing to receive a $300.00 scholarship for college! Last year's winners were Anthony Thomas of Lebanon Catholic and Byron McMillan of Takoma Academy in Washington D.C. All Players will play half the game until the last 5 minutes...at that point it is a coach's decision. This is the 38th edition of the All Star Games. This is the largest and longest running event on the East Coast! Finally, you still have until March 16th to take out a page in the program if you have an interest. This year there is another impressive list of players signed on to attend already. The Maryland Boys will once again be coached by Jeremy Snyder who has guided the state of Maryland to a great deal of success over Pennsylvania in recent years. Michael Serpone of North Point and Brad Rideout of North Hagerstown look to turn things around on the ladies side for Maryland as the PA girls scored a game all time record in points last year. Wes Spence of Parkland will guide the PA Girls Friday night and Steve Bechtel of Harrisburg Christian will guide the PA Girls on Saturday. Chris Sherwood of Manheim Central will guide the PA Boys Friday and Vince Rogers of Susquehanna Twp. will guide the PA Boys on Saturday evening trying to right the ship.


 

Senior All Star Games Last Year--2014

Friday Results

Saturday Results
All Saturday scores and box scores on Penn Live

The Maryland Boys won in double overtime, 118-114

Thanks to Penn Live and writers Geoff Morrow and Jeff Reinhart for the work in covering the event last year!!

The Maryland Boys won in double overtime, 118-114
By Geoff Morrow | gmorrow@pennlive.com
on March 30, 2014.

A weekend full of boys' basketball highlights, run by the folks at pahoops.org, was on tap at Harrisburg Christian School. A total of six games were scheduled, with two Friday night and four more Saturday, with girls' basketball all-star events mixed in.

Here are results from the boys' games:  Saturday night, weekend capper, Pennsylvania vs. Maryland

* Maryland 118, Pennsylvania 114 (2OT)

Halftime: Pennsylvania 49-41

PENNSYLVANIA (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Travaun Coad, Wilson 7 6-8 21
* Jordan Dockens, Carlisle 9 0-1 23
* Mike Fox, Red Lion 1 0-0 2
* Scott Gaffey, Harrisburg Christian 0 0-0 0
* Dyllon Hudson-Emory, Bishop McDevitt 5 1-2 12
* Sam Light, Northern Lebanon 6 0-0 12
* Jordan Logan, Oxford 1 2-2 4
* Nick Lorenz, East Juniata 4 2-2 11
* Jason Kuntzelman, Mount Calvary 0 0-0 0
* Mitch Raup, West Shore Christian 1 0-0 2
* Connor Shroyer, Harrisburg Christian 5 0-0 13
* Matt Tamanosky, Cumberland Valley 6 0-0 14
TOTALS 45 11-15 114
3-point goals: Dockens 5, Shroyer 3, Tamanosky 2, Coad, Hudson-Emory, Lorenz.

MARYLAND (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Dawan Bass, Patterson 9 1-2 20
* Nick Bullock, Westminster 1 0-0 2
* Keith Claiborne, Winters Mill 6 0-0 12
* Cedric Hines, Gwynn Park 9 4-4 25
* Issiah Martin, Gwynn Park 4 0-0 8
* Victor McDermott, Woodlawn 11 2-2 28
* Michaud Reyna, Howard 1 0-0 2
* Skyler Schaffer, Westminster 5 1-2 11
* Jon Sims, Dulaney 4 2-8 10
* Joe Stands, Winters Mill 0 0-0 0
TOTALS 50 10-18 118
3-point goals: McDermott 4, Hines 3, Bass.

Game notes: In what was a competitive game throughout, the visitors from Maryland fought back twice to extend the game before winning in the second bonus session. Schaffer's put-back late in regulation forced the first OT, and Hines had a tying layup to extend to a second OT. ... MVPs from the game went to Dockens of Pennsylvania and McDermott of Maryland.


A weekend full of boys' basketball highlights, run by the folks at pahoops.org, was on tap at Harrisburg Christian School. A total of six games were scheduled, with two Friday night and four more Saturday, with girls' basketball all-star events mixed in.

Here are results from the boys' games:

Saturday evening, East Coast North vs. East Coast South

* East Coast South 84, East Coast North 74

Halftime: South 49-32

EAST COAST SOUTH (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Caleb Barwin, Bishop McDevitt 2 0-0 5
* Seth Brewer, Manheim Twp. 4 1-2 10
* Bailey Coder, East Juniata 2 0-0 5
* Seth Daubert, Cedar Crest 2 0-0 4
* Andrew Eudy, Cedar Crest 1 0-0 3
* Jorian Ginnetto, Lebanon 1 0-0 2
* Haaji Michael, Columbia 3 5-6 11
* Jack Shedleski, Lancaster Catholic 1 0-0 3
* Donte Vaughn, Bishop McDevitt 6 0-0 14
* Anthony Wright, Steel-High 4 2-2 10
* Joel Zola, Greencastle-Antrim 5 3-4 17
TOTALS 31 11-14 84
3-point goals: Zola 4, Vaughn 2, Barwin, Brewer, Coder, Eudy, Shedleski.

EAST COAST NORTH (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Cyree Ames, Great Valley 4 0-0 10
* Malik Davis, West Tech (NJ) 3 1-2 8
* Alec Dszparaga, Walt Whitman (Md) 1 0-0 3
* Devon Johnson, Edison (NJ) 1 0-0 2
* Michael Kirkland, Plainfield (NJ) 2 0-0 6
* Christopher Mathis, South Plainfield (NJ) 0 1-2 1
* Blake McGlond, Great Valley 4 1-3 9
* Byron McMillan, Takoma (Md) 1 0-0 3
* Ricky McQuay, Great Valley 2 0-0 4
* George Parrish, West Tech (NJ) 4 0-0 8
* Ethan Ridgeway, Bayard Rustin 4 1-2 9
* Joseph Rogers, Jonathan Dayton (NJ) 4 0-0 10
* Kieran Sullivan, West Tech (NJ) 0 1-4 1
TOTALS 30 5-13 74
3-point goals: Ames 2, Kirkland 2, Rogers 2, Davis, Dszparaga, McMillan.

Game notes: Zola pocketed MVP honors for the victorious South team, while Rogers landed MVP honors for the North. McMillan also won a $300 scholarship.


By Geoff Morrow | gmorrow@pennlive.com
on March 30, 2014 12:10 a.m.
A weekend full of boys' basketball highlights, run by the folks at pahoops.org, was on tap at Harrisburg Christian School. A total of six games were scheduled, with two Friday night and four more Saturday, with girls' basketball all-star events mixed in.

Here are results from the boys' games:

Saturday early evening, East vs. West

* Pennsylvania East 113, Pennsylvania West 103

Halftime: East 49-48

EAST (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Timmy Atkinson, Carlisle 2 0-0 4
* Zach Bryan, Norwin 1 0-0 2
* Tyrae Bryant, Mount Calvary 3 0-0 7
* Mason Gross, Pittston 4 0-0 9
* Nelson Hine, Muhlenberg 5 2-3 13
* Kareem Oden, New Hope Academy 5 7-9 17
* Neftaly Perales, Mount Calvary 3 1-1 7
* Blayde Reich, Lebanon 3 1-2 7
* Joe Robinson, Abington Friends 11 0-0 22
* SteVan Rodriguez, Governor Mifflin 1 3-6 6
* David Sturgis, Mount Calvary 5 0-0 13
* Nick Trish, Hanover 2 0-0 6
TOTALS 45 14-21 113
3-point goals: Sturgis 3, Trish 2, Bryant, Gross, Hine, Rodriguez.

WEST (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Will Bornstein, Blue Mountain 4 2-2 10
* Tyler Constein, Lancaster Mennonite 6 0-0 15
* Juan Davis, North Point (Md) 5 0-0 11
* Manny Gonzalez, Central Dauphin 2 0-0 5
* Ja'wan Marquis Graves, McDonough (Md) 2 2-3 6
* Cameron Koller, Antietam 4 0-0 10
* Damon Kreider, Solanco 6 0-0 13
* Zach Leonard, Solanco 1 0-0 2
* Matthew Manbeck, North Schuylkill 1 2-4 5
* Skyler Panchari, Blue Mountain 3 2-2 8
* Kyle Slane, Blue Mountain 2 0-0 5
* Jake Szczecina, Panther Valley 5 0-0 13
TOTALS 41 8-11 103
3-point goals: Constein 3, Szczecina 3, Koller 2, Davis, Gonzalez, Kreider, Manbeck, Slane.

Game notes: Constein took home MVP honors from the West, while Robinson did likewise for the East.


By Geoff Morrow | gmorrow@pennlive.com
on March 29, 2014 11 p.m.
A weekend full of boys' basketball highlights, run by the folks at pahoops.org, was on tap at Harrisburg Christian School. A total of six games were scheduled, with two Friday night and four more Saturday, with girls' basketball all-star events mixed in.

Here are results from the boys' games:

Saturday afternoon, Mid-Atlantic vs. Tri-State

* Mid-Atlantic 100, Tri-State 78

Halftime: Tri-State 46-42

TRI-STATE (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Nick Burk, Bishop Carroll 8 3-5 19
* Gordon Cable, Juniata Valley 1 1-1 4
* Isaiah McCord, Carbondale 1 0-0 2
* Jermari Murphy, New Hope Academy 3 0-0 8
* Trent Risley, Bucktail 6 3-4 18
* Josh Sanders, Lititz Christian 0 0-0 0
* Cody Schmouder, Liberty 5 0-0 10
* Coby Vinson-Ellis, Renaissance Academy 3 0-0 9
* Corbin Willard, Red Lion Christian 1 0-0 2
* James Wilson, New Hope Academy 3 0-0 6
TOTALS 31 7-10 78
3-point goals: Risley 3, Vinson-Ellis 3, Murphy 2, Cable.

MID-ATLANTIC (Player school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Tariq Bennett, Milton Hershey 5 2-2 14
* Drew Bleigh, Harrisburg Academy 1 0-0 2
* Micah Brown, Penn Manor 3 4-5 10
* Josh Eichelberger, West Shore Christian 0 0-0 0
* Josiah Ginder, Manheim Central 8 0-0 17
* Rameik James, Steel-High 4 0-0 11
* Devon Johnson, Edison (NJ) 5 4-4 14
* Michael Kirkland, Plainfield (NJ) 6 0-0 14
* Christopher Mathis, South Plainfield (NJ) 5 0-0 10
* Ben Rautzahn, Williams Valley 0 1-2 1
* Tyrell Wickersham, Hempfield 3 0-0 7
TOTALS 40 11-13 100
3-point goals: James 3, Bennett 2, Kirkland 2, Ginder, Wickersham.

Game notes: Ginder took MVP honors for the victorious Mid-Atlantic squad, while Risley earned the same for Tri-State.


Gettysburg senior Cami Boehner popped in a game-high 26 in Pennsylvania's 97-77 win over Maryland in the 38th Roundball Showcase. (PennLive photo)
By Jeff Reinhart | jreinhart@pennlive.com
on March 29, 2014 9:54 p.m.
 
Manheim Township's Kaitlyn Van Tash scored all 14 of her points in the second half in PA's win over MD on Saturday. (Paul Chaplin | PennLive)

Gettysburg senior sniper Cami Boehner led all midstate girls’ basketball players in scoring this past season, pumping in 21.4 points per game for the Warriors.

The Bloomsburg recruit and 1,000-point scorer kept up her scoring prowess Saturday in the Pennsylvania vs. Maryland all-star game in the 38th Roundball Showcase at Harrisburg Christian.

Boehner bucketed six 3-pointers and poured in a game-high 26 points, helping PA pick off MD 97-77. She hit four 3s and scored 16 second-half points for PA, which bolted to a 48-36 halftime lead and cruised from there.

Manheim Township’s Kaitlyn Van Tash, a Lebanon Valley College recruit, scored all 14 of her points in the second half, and Megan Smith, who helped West Perry win the District 3-AAA title and make a spirited state-playoff run, added 13 points for PA, which was coached by Harrisburg Christian’s Steve Bechtel.

Harrisburg Christian’s Samantha Krasevic, Susquehannock’s Shannon Druck — a Holy Cross recruit who helped the Warriors reach the District 3-AAA title game as the No. 1 seed — and Manheim Township’s Alex Leslie, a University of Rochester recruit, all scored eight points for PA.

Phil-Mont Christian’s Jana Goodman plucked a team-high 10 rebounds for PA.

Lana Long, from Walkersville, had 11 rebounds and 10 points and her high school teammate, Tyra Hughes, a Navy recruit, hit three treys and scored a team-high 16 points for Maryland.

BOX SCORE

Pennsylvania 97, Maryland 77

PA (97)
Creslyn Van Dyck (Harrisburg Christian) 1 2-2 5, Alex Leslie (Manheim Township) 3 2-2 8, Kaitlyn Van Tash (Manheim Township) 6 1-2 14, Katie Bechtel (Harrisburg Christian) 1 0-0 2, Megan Smith (West Perry) 6 1-3 13, Becky Evans (Pine Grove) 1 4-4 6, Shannon Druck (Susquehannock) 4 0-0 8, Cami Boehner (Gettysburg) 8 4-6 26, Samantha Krasevic (Harrisburg Christian) 4 0-0 8, Jana Goodman (Phil-Mont Christian) 1 5-6 7. TOTALS: 35 19-25 97.

MD (77)
Taylor Barton (Catonsville) 2 4-4 9, Tyra Hughes (Walkersville) 6 1-1 16, Sydney Bolyard (Walkersville) 3 0-0 7, Bailey Bresee (Urbana) 2 0-0 4, Jess Racz (Middletown) 3 0-0 7, Lana Long (Walkersville) 5 0-0 10, Katherine Moore (Tuscarora) 6 0-0 12, Liz Cato (New Life) 3 0-0 8. TOTALS: 31 5-5 77.

PA 48-49—97
MD 36-41—77

3-POINTERS: Boehner (6), Van Tash, Van Dyck; Hughes (3), Cato (2), Racz, Bolyard, Barton.


 

By Geoff Morrow | gmorrow@pennlive.com
on March 29, 2014 10:10 p.m.
 
A weekend full of boys' basketball highlights, run by the folks at pahoops.org, was on tap at Harrisburg Christian School. A total of six games were scheduled, with two Friday night and four more Saturday, with girls' basketball all-star events mixed in.

Here are results from the boys' games:

Friday night, Capital Area vs. Pennsylvania

* Pennsylvania 115, Capital 112 (OT)

Halftime: Capital 50-49
Regulation: 107-107

CAPITAL (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Caleb Barwin, Bishop McDevitt 7 1-1 22
* Ricky Bugg, Hershey 8 1-2 17
* Jordan Dockens, Carlisle 8 2-2 20
* Tyler Fegley, Greenwood 1 0-0 2
* Scott Gaffey, Harrisburg Christian 1 0-0 3
* Manny Gonzalez, Central Dauphin 2 0-0 6
* Adam Harrison, Greenwood 1 0-0 2
* Ryan Naccarato, Lower Dauphin 3 3-4 11
* Connor Shroyer, Harrisburg Christian 4 5-6 15
* Donte Vaughn, Bishop McDevitt 3 1-3 7
* Anthony Wright, Steel-High 3 0-0 7
TOTALS 41 13-18 112
3-point goals: Barwin 7, Dockens 2, Gonzalez 2, Naccarato 2, Shroyer 2, Gaffey, Wright.

PENNSYLVANIA (Player, school FG FTM-FTA PTS)
* Jamie Calloway, Wyoming Valley West 7 0-1 18
* Jaylan Colon, Lebanon Catholic 1 0-0 2
* Alex Frattaroli, Lebanon Catholic 4 2-2 10
* Jason Kuntzelman, Mount Calvary 2 0-0 4
* Nick Lorenz, East Juniata 5 0-0 11
* Keith Mosher, Saucon Valley 4 2-2 13
* Kareem Oden, New Hope Academy 4 11-12 19
* Isaiah Palmer, William Allen 5 4-8 14
* Anthony Pletz, Lebanon Catholic 3 0-0 7
* Sam Smith, Wilson 4 0-0 8
* Anthony Thomas, Lebanon Catholic 4 0-0 9
TOTALS 43 19-25 115
3-point goals: Calloway 4, Mosher 3, Lorenz, Pletz, Thomas.

Game notes: After a pair of 3-pointers by the Capital all-stars in the final 3 seconds of regulation -- including the typing pop from Barwin -- it was Pennsylvania pulling ahead to win in OT, with an alley-oop jam to Palmer sealing the decision. ... Barwin picked up Capital's MVP honors, with Palmer garnering the Pennsylvania honor. Thomas, meanwhile, snagged a $300 scholarship as well.