High school basketball: Boys all-star games this Saturday at West Jordan
WEST JORDAN — A bit later than normal, the Utah High School Coaches Association will hold its annual senior all-star basketball games at West Jordan High School this Saturday.
The games are traditionally held three to four weeks earlier, but the NCAA Tournament at EnergySolutions Arena last month and then varying school district spring breaks forced the coaches to push their games back several weeks.
This year, a fourth game was added to the all-star festivities, with the first game beginning at noon and the last at 6 p.m. Three of the four games are inter-classification all-star games.
The games will begin with the 1A All-Stars vs. 2A All-Stars at noon. The 3A All-Star Game at 2 p.m. will pit players from Regions 9 and 10 against players from Regions 11 and 12.
The 4A All-Star Game will tip off at 4 p.m., with players from Regions 5 and 6 squaring off against teams from Regions 7 and 8.
In the nightcap 5A All-Star Game, players from Regions 1 and 3 will face players from Regions 2 and 4.
The following are the rosters for all eight teams, as determined by the coaches. On most teams, several first-choice players had conflicts and couldn’t participate, so alternates were added to the rosters.
5A All-Star teams
Regions 1 and 3 — Darius Maluia, Copper Hills; Cole Halley, Davis; Diante Mitchell, Syracuse; RJ Beard, Alta; Travis Devashrayee, Brighton; Zach Bernardo, Brighton; Brandon Pasker, Jordan; Parker Brown, West Jordan; Chandler Smith, Jordan.
Regions 2 and 4 — Christian Wells, American Fork; Blake Cleveringa, Lehi; Stephan Holm, Riverton; Jarom Tye, Viewmont; Brandon Davies, Hunter; McKay Richins, Viewmont; Bryce Stone, Riverton; Holani Olive, West; Arob Mandang, Granger.
4A All-Star teams
Regions 5 and 6 — Jalen Moore, Sky View; Jordan Larsen, Logan; Tyler Bate, Box Elder; David Divver, Highland; Tyler Crosbie, Mountain Crest; Skyler Farnes, Woods Cross; Parker Van Dyke, East; Hayden Grant, Woods Cross; David Hadley, Roy.
Regions 7 and 8 — Zach Hunsaker, Orem; Bradley Kitchen, Springville; Jaren Jones, Olympus; Coulson Hardy, Olympus; Nate Aland, Murray; Dax Raymond, Timpview; Zavon Jackson, Westlake; Alejandro Llamas, Salem Hills; Z. Arima, Herriman.
3A All-Star teams
Regions 9 and 10 — Joe Cremer, Judge; Terrell Young, Judge; Cooper Ballsteadt, Wasatch; Stephen Merrell, Union; Jona Wood, Union; Mike Hourigan, Cedar; Chandler Gines, Snow Canyon; Kallan Webster, Snow Canyon; Damson Coronado (Cedar); Chris Johnson (Wasatch)
Regions 11 and 12 — Cameron Skinner, Morgan; Wade Miller, Bear River; Kody King, Bear River; Spencer Smith, Ogden; Tyler Woodruff, Tooele; Sterling Brandley, Ben Lomond; Josh Hardin, Ben Lomond; Ty Henry, Spanish Fork; Kaleb Wright, Payson; Cameron Money, Spanish Fork.
2A All-Star team
1A All-Star team
Braxton Syrett, Bryce Valley; Tyler Dalton, Piute; Duce Namazi, Layton Christian; Hunter Mecham, Bryce Valley; Dalan Bennett, Panguitch; Travis Green, Tintic; McKade Nielsen, Duchesne; Colby Spencer, Valley; Kaden Moon, Duchesne; Josh Hanberg, Duchesne.
James Edward is Deseret News prep editor and Real Salt Lake beat writer.
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