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Subway All-Star Basketball Game Friday, March 9

Subway High School All-Star Basketball 
Pensacola Sports Association’s Annual Game Scheduled for Friday, March 9

The Pensacola Sports Association announced today the rosters for the 2012 Subway High School All-Star Basketball Game Presented by the Andrews Institute.  The 2nd annual all-star game is scheduled for Friday, March 9 at Pensacola State College in Escambia County. Beginning at 6 p.m. the women will take the court with the men playing shortly after the women’s game.

This year’s game features some of the best seniors from Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties (East) playing against the seniors from Escambia County (West).   Head coaches for this year’s event include Jarrod Denmon from Gulf Breeze High School for the East Girls and Hank Hulett from Milton High School for the East Boys.  Dorethea Hunter from West Florida High School is the head coach for the West Girls team and DeWayne Louis from Washington High School is the head coach for the West Boys.

Tickets to the game are only $8.  Fans are encouraged to bring canned good items to donate to the Manna Food Pantry to get a discount on game admission.  Additionally, $1 of every ticket will go toward the Dr. Alec Kessler Scholarship Foundation.  Dr. Kessler played for the University of Georgia and the Miami Heat before becoming a surgeon at the Andrews Institute.  He passed away in 2007 from a heart attack.  The scholarship winners will be announced at the all-star banquet.

In addition to the two all-star games, the girls teams will compete in a 3-point shooting contest and the men will show off their leaping skills in a slam dunk contest during their respective half-times.

Fan events will include the Academy Sports + Outdoors Fan Contest in which four lucky fans will have the opportunity to win up to $200 each in Academy Sports + Outdoors gift cards.

Rosters for the 2012 Subway High School All-Star Soccer Game are below. Final game day rosters are subject to change.

West Girls:  I’eshia Adams, Allie Plummer, Mary Grace Salinas from Catholic, Taylor Byrd from Northview, Eva Stevens, Jasmine Baldwin, Katie Clark from Tate, Cilmary Hatcher, Kiarra Watts, Cori Snow from West Florida, Kyla Muhammad, Pershawna Williams from Pensacola, Teadra Jones, Megan Briske from Washington, Jenna Weidert, Bethany Roberts from Pensacola Christian Academy, Taron Bright, Megan Lyn, Micala Kirn from Pace.

West Boys: Tom Andrews from Pensacola Christian Academy, Devante’ Riley, Fletcher Forte, Shane Sanders from Pensacola, Michael Burkhard, Chase Wilson from Catholic, David Hawkins, Cole Fountain, Shaquille Purifoy, Joshaun Bryant from Pine Forest, Devante Pope, Keaynon Gulley, Dominic McCrear, Braxton griffin, Joshua Byrd from Washington, Tristan Rudolph, Shanton Bonner from Escambia Charter, Zach Barrow from Northview, Charles Conner, John Kelly from East Hill.

East Girls:  Kaylynn Chappell, Jameisa Madison, Tontora Stith, Erica Hedmount from Crestview, Ashley Levesque from Niceville, Emily Troell, Marionna Pride from Fort Walton Beach, Brittany West, Alexis Cheeks, Jessinda Skinner from Choctaw, Cierrah Jackson, Abrea Johnson, Kasandra Gilley, Virginia French from Milton, Maggie Mims from Gulf Breeze, Morgan Jones, Danni Mayhair from Baker.

East Boys:  Haylen Washington, Ryan Novacic from Milton, Gavin Richardson from Central, Chris Taylor, Jordan Bennett, Donocan President from Gulf Breeze, Tyler Armstrong, Jerrod Stephens from Pace, Anthony Hawthrone, Jonathan Brassell, Mikal Rodgers from Choctaw, Danny Spicer from Baker, Justin Cline, Antryun Coleman from Crestview, Kyle Koszuta, Shane Horton, Iain Persaud from Niceville, Todd Laney from Jay, Rece Drake from Fort Walton, Dylan Dunford from Baker.

For more information, please call the Pensacola Sports Association at 434-2800 or visit .

About the Pensacola Sports Association (PSA) – The PSA is one of the oldest sports associations/commissions in the United States, beginning in 1954.  Today the PSA manages or assists in numerous events a year throughout the Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa county areas.  Events include a high school all-star series, flag football, 5K-15K runs, marathons, triathlons, bicycle races, collegiate national championships, and annual awards and scholarships banquets to name a few.  The PSA is dedicated to building a better community through sports.


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