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CEDAR RAPIDS — After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eastern Iowa All-Star Games prep basketball event has returned and will be conducted Wednesday night at Kirkwood Community College’s Johnson Hall.
The event is a girl-boy doubleheader that begins at 6 p.m., ladies first. Admission is $8.
The North girls’ team consists of Jesup’s Amanda Treptow, East Buchanan’s Lauren Donlea, Bellevue’s Mariah Hueneke, Denver’s Reese Johnson, Springville’s Lauren Wilson, Central City’s Sara Reid, Center Point-Urbana’s Ryley Goebel, Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Morgan Brandt, Cedar Rapids Washington’s Hannah Stuelke and Nashua-Plainfield’s Breanna Hackman.
Stuelke, a University of Iowa signee, recently was named Miss Iowa Basketball.
On the South girls’ team is Allison Meadows of DeWitt Central, Shanae Wetering of Montezuma, Megan Harrell of Burlington Notre Dame, Eviyon Richardson of Iowa City High, Macy Daufeldt of West Liberty, Abby Wolter of Keokuk, Kaylee Corbin of Louisa-Muscatine, Taylor Veach of DeWitt Central, Hallie Mohr of Mediapolis and Kelsey Drake of Wilton.
In the boys’ game, the North squad consists of Jayden Mackie of Aplington-Parkersburg, Jaxson Young of Linn-Mar, Trey Campbell of Cedar Falls, Andreas Williams of Cedar Rapids Jefferson, Carson Lienau of Jesup, Austin Hilmer of North Linn, Caylor Hoffer of Denver, Michael Kascel of Independence, Gunner Meyer of Wapsie Valley and Cameron Fens of Dubuque Hempstead.
The South squad is Ryan Dolphin of Pleasant Valley, Noah Mack of Davenport Assumption, Ben Swails of Clear Creek-Amana, Dayton Davis of Fort Madison, Maddox Griffin of Wapello, Peter Moe of Iowa City West, Jamari Newson of Iowa City High, Carter Harmsen of Mid-Prairie, Kaden Hall of English Valleys and Shawn Gilbert of DeWitt Central.
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