2014 All-Star Games
Hotels for the events HERE
Direct all All Star inquiries to
Game Director: Coach Mike Gaffey -- 717-903-0732
|NCAA Rules--Seniors can only play in two all-star games, but they can play in as many shootouts as they want. Shootouts do not count as all-star games.|
boys pictured here won the 2012 Sat
Many of the top senior basketball players participated in the Pennsylvania Hoops Roundball Showcase, a series of all-star games held in 2011 at Middletown High School. The event featured nine games spread over a two-night span on Friday and Saturday. The weekend's final contest -- and perhaps its most anticipated one -- was a matchup of boys' all-stars from Pennsylvania and Maryland. The PA team featured four local Division I commits: Dallastown's Four McGlynn, William Penn's Kelvin Parker and Eastern York's Austin Tillotson and Andrew Nicholas. McGlynn scored a team-high 17 points, while the other three all also reached double figures in scoring in Pennsylvania's eventual 117-104 loss..
- Dallastown's Ford Reinalda and Cori Ebersole scored 18 and 14 points, respectively, for the East all-stars in a 96-87 loss to the West
- Kennard-Dale forward Brandon Mitchell piled up 26 points to lead the Mid-Atlantic boys during a 99-91 to the East Coast all-stars.
- York Catholic star Kady Schrann scored a team-high 12 points to lead the Pennsylvania girls' all-stars over Maryland, 83-79
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Pharoah Vaughn from the All Star Committee presents a copy of the game program to Central Dauphin's Alyssa Thomas, the Gatorade National Player of the Year who went to Maryland on a D-1 scholarship and was named ACC Rookie of the Year in her first year
The 2011 Games HERE
The 2010 Games HERE
The 2007 Games HERE
The 2006 Games HERE
The 2005 Games HERE
The 2004 Games HERE
The 2002 Games HERE
The 2001 Games HERE
The 2000 Games HERE
The 1999 Games HERE
The 1998 Games
The Roundball Showcase All-Star Games were started by Bill Gaffey after
the 1976-77 season. The first game was played at Bishop McDevitt High
Pennsylvania-Maryland series started in 1992.
They were organized by Mike Gaffey and Tom Hendershot. The first
game was played at Hersheypark Arena,
Pennsylvania defeated Maryland 128-93.
Pennsylvania was led by Rashaan Carlton (Penn State), Zeffy Penn
(Villanova), Matt Walker (Mt. St. Marys), Robert Tate ( Minnesota
Most Points in a game, player: Pierre Johnson (Duval, MD) 42, 1999.
Most Points in a game, team: Maryland 145, 2001.
Most 3 point goals in a game: Brian Lindsay (Gettysburg) 6, 1996. --------- PA/MD Games History HERE
|NCAA rules allow senior players to participate in only two all-star games The two game limit for all-star games was inspired by an incident that involved a 7' player from a Washington, D.C. high school around 1980. He played in seven all-star games in his senior year and never returned to high school to complete his education and earn his diploma. He just traveled from all-star game to all-star game being given sneakers, travel bags, uniforms, air travel, food, and hotel rooms. At that time, the top all-star games like the Dapper Dan Roundball Game in Pittsburgh flew all-star participants along their coach to the game site and provided the player and the coach with hotel and food (three meals a day) from Tuesday until the game on Friday. Players received sneakers, uniforms, practice gear and special treatment and then were flown home on Saturday. If you were a young kid, how would seven weeks of that appeal to you? Don't offer this deal to your mother, she might be gone for seven weeks!||
|To place a page in the game program, go HERE||
A previous dunk contest.
More all-star information:
1-You will need proof of
medical coverage to participate.
3-2007 All-Star video highlights HERE
4-NCAA Certified Information HERE
5-Do you want to be featured on a page in the All Star Program? All-Star Program Page Information
6-Hotels for the event HERE
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These games were played in Tracey Hall at Bishop McDevitt High School on Market Street in Harrisburg, PA
1991- GIRLS- WEST 77-EAST 76.
HIGH scorers: Jen Nelson,Cedar Crest 19, Becky Timmims,
BOYS-EAST 129-WEST 121. HIGH scorers: Brian Pearl, York Catholic26(E), Dan Buie, Harrisburh High 29(W). Three-point field goals: 5 - JenNelson (record), 3 - Brad Weaver (Susquehannock).
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1989- GIRLS- EAST
80-WEST 77(overtime). High scorers: RuthWoltman,
Lower Daulphin16(E), Robyn Bostick, Trinity 20(W).
BOYS - EAST 144-WEST 124. High scorers: Ed Plakans, Manheim Twp.26(E), Jason Stoner, Cumberland Valley 18(W). Three-point field goals: Eightplayers had one three-point goal. History Channel : Trinity HighSchool was honored with two of its players being named game MVP's. RobynBostick was named MVP in the Girls game, while Kevin Bekeljia was namedMVP in the boys game. Pat Gahr, then the coach at Clearfield High Schoolcame in to lead the East to the win(he now coaches at Cedar Cliff).
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1988- GIRLS- WEST
88-EAST 82. High scorers: Tamika
Howard,Harrisburg 16(E), Wendy Davis, Daniel Boone 16(E).
BOYS- WEST 112, EAST 107. High scorers: Jon Raab, Eastern York 23(W),Jack Hurd, Warwick24(E).
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1987- GIRLS- EAST85,
WEST 59. High scorers: Chantel Tremitere,York
H.S. 22(E). Theresa Bream, Carlise 14(W).
BOYS- WEST 110, EAST 103. High scorers: Dujuann Greene, HarrisburgHigh School29(E), Sean Muto, Mechanicsburg 25(W). History Channel::Greene who went to Farleigh-Dickinson University also won the slam dunkcontest.
West 59. High scorers: Tracey
Spencer,Steelton-Highspire14(E), Besty Witman, Hanover 10(W).
BOYS- East 79, West 76. High scorers: Gary Ressel, Lancaster McCaskey22(E), Perry Owens, Carlisle 16(W). History Channel:: This was thefirst game to use the three point shot arc in the Central Pennsylvania area.The line was taped on the floor special for the all-star game. The gamewas played at Bishop McDevitt's Tracey Hall. The 3-point rule was includedfive years later by the P.I.A.A. for Pennsylvania basketball. Ken McMurray(Redland) won the slam dunk contest.
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Channel::JaneGoudy came to all-star game as the
two time Palmyra Girls Basketball MVP,but her twin sister Jill earned All-Star
MVP honors. The Goudy twins playedfor the East team. Jill has also served as the
MVP co-ordinator for RoundballAll-Star Games.
48.High scorer: Sheil Long, Annville-Cleona 16(E), Dawn O'Kane,Bishop
McDevitt 16(E). BOYS-WEST 128, EAST 121.High scorer: Jim Rowe,Cedar Cliff
20(W), Greg Manning, Steelton-Highspire 25(E). History Channel:Two local
coaches were players in the first all-star game. Ken Richter (Hershey)now the
coach at CD East played for the East team, and Jim Rowe (Cedar Cliff)now the
coach at Bishop McDevitt led the West team with 20 points and wastabbed the MVP.
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