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Area athletes to play in the 47th annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic

Area athletes to play in the 47th annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic

Eastern Oklahoma State College will host the 47th annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic presented by Bravado Wireless on May 28-29 in Wilburton. High school athletes, who were selected by area coaches, will compete for either the North or South teams in softball, baseball and basketball.

 

The Kiamichi All-Star Classic will begin Tuesday, May 28 with girls' basketball at 6 p.m. followed by boys' basketball at 8 p.m. in the C.C. Dunlap Field House. The softball game is set for Thursday, May 30 at 5:30 p.m., while the baseball game will take place at 6 p.m.

 

Bravado Wireless is the lead sponsor of this year's All-Star Classic and will provide a livestream of all four games. Visit bravadoTV.com to livestream the games from your computer, phone or tablet. The games will also be streamed to Bravado Wireless's official Facebook and YouTube pages.

 

The girls' basketball teams will be coached by Staci Simeroth of Wetumka for the North, and Josh Fields of Whitesboro for the South. The North boys' basketball team will be coached by Jeff Oliver of Eufaula, and the South boys' basketball team will be coached by Ryan Woolsey of Broken Bow.

 

The North softball team will be coached by MikeWomack of Howe, while the South softball team will be coached by Billy Karr of Whitesboro. The North baseball team will be led by Jason Edwards of Sallisaw Central, while the South will be led by Bryan Cartwright of Whitesboro.

 

Athletes selected to play in the 2019 Kiamichi All-Star Classic include:

 

North Girls Basketball

Hannah Baker – Poteau

Hannah Boyett – Muldrow

Destiny Cain – Roland

Hanna Carpenter – Kinta

Madison Chambers – Muldrow

Shakyrah Gladness – Pocola

Cambry Hokit – Porum

Breanna Jaggars – Wetumka

Macayla Needham – Eufaula

Jalei Oglesby – Howe

 

South Girls Basketball

Kenzie Brown – Smithville

Elissa Chick – Stringtown

Kamryn Gentry – Broken Bow

Ashton Hanebrink – Whitesboro

Kayleigh Hunter – Red Oak

Alissa Kindred – Tushka

Lizzie Lamay – Whitesboro

Brittany Miller – Caddo

Cheyenne Tyler – Clayton

Sydnee Wood – Clayton

 

North Boys Basketball

John Bailey – Eufaula

Dillon Cheater – Sallisaw Central

Matthew Fry – Oktaha

Hayden Hall – Howe

Kyson Hardaway – Poteau

Caleb Humphries – Stigler

Zak Lerblance – McAlester

Josh Lynch – Kinta

Tylor Perry – Spiro

Chase Pyeatt – Roland

Brayden Ray – Kinta

Connor Tackett – Panama

 

South Boys Basketball

Garrett Addington – Clayton

 

C.J. Briley – Wright City

Will Forris – Savanna

Houton Greggs – Hugo

Easton James – Hartshorne

Jace Jordan – Broken Bow

Kyle McAlester – Wilburton

Quinton Owens – Broken Bow

Bobby Rose – Whitesboro

Aaron Taylor – Rock Creek

Brackus Williams – Moyers

Nate Winter – Stringtown

 

North Softball

Aubrey Akin – Gore

Dache Benge – Pocola

Ashley Brown – Stuart

Cecily Crawford – Stuart

Loren Ford-Rogers – Howe

Shakyrah Gladness – Pocola

Callie Hambrick – Poteau

Sienna Hooser – Stuart

Paige Hughes – Muldrow

Ericka Jenkins – Muldrow

Lauren Leak – Crowder

Jalei Oglesby – Howe

Emily Smith – Stuart

Lylah Warren – McCurtain

Kiley Watkins – Crowder

 

 

 

South Softball

Sydney Browning – Valliant

Jules Callaham – Broken Bow

Taylor Chambers – Tushka

Brooke Crawford – Caddo

Kamryn Gentry – Broken Bow

Kayleigh Hunter – Red Oak

Taylie Jamison – Calera

Alyssa Kindred – Tushka

Lizzie Lamay – Whitesboro

Elaina McCarn – Clayton

Kasi Jo Noah – Battiest

Gabi Reneau – Clayton

Shelby Sharrock – Broken Bow

Hannah Sorrells – Rattan

Aspen Tuck – Wright City

 

North Baseball

Braden Cepeda – Wister

Carson Cheek – Poteau

Clay Cross – Poteau

Casey Foreman – Warner

Kordell Jiles – Sallisaw Central

Alton Jones – McAlester

Tatum Loman – Pocola

Jaden Riss – Pocola

Brock Rodden – Oktaha

Jaxon Rodriguez – McAlester

Jon Schaffer – Oktaha

Trevor Sockey – Howe

Tyler Sockey – Howe

Connor Tackett – Panama

Tanner Thompson – Panama

Chance Timms – Panama

Robbie Waldron – McAlester

Caden Walker – Checotah

 

South Baseball

Ethan Adams – Whitesboro

Reece Bankston – Rattan

Connor Basterache – Wright City

Brenton Beck – Atoka

C.J. Briley – Wright City

Darrin Brown – Tushka

Austin Cambert – Coalgate

Hagen Earls – Red Oak

Brady Evans – Wright City

Wyatt Gardner – Kiowa

Coby Grimsley – Atoka

Easton James – Hartshorne

Seth Jones – Valliant

Tucker Lamay – Whitesboro

Zack Maynard - Calera

Joyal Savage – Silo

Cache Stone – Kiowa

Dylan Turner – Silo