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THS seniors make SHUKC All-Star rosters

March 12, 2013

Tonganoxie High seniors Jenny Whitledge, Madee Walker and John Lean will get to represent the Chieftains one more time on the hardwood when they play in the 2013 SHUKC All-Star game March 29 at Kansas City Kansas Community College.

The inaugural event, which will pit seniors from the Kaw Valley League against seniors from the Kansas City-Atchison League, will take place March 29 at Kansas City Kansas Community College. Whitledge and Walker led the THS girls to their first state appearance since 2007, while Lean helped the boys reach the sub-state semifinals on their home floor.

Whitledge will start for the KVL girls team, while Walker and Lean were selected as reserves in their respective games. Both THS girls selections will also participate in a three-point contest. The boys will also have a three-point contest, as well as a dunk contest.

KCAL girls roster: Madison Sanders (Atchison), Alyson Weber (Atchison), Janicka Burgess (Sumner), Taj Brimmer (Sumner), Jamie Redic (Sumner), Nya Scott (Schlagle), Tia Campbell (Schlagle), Chelse Hooks (Washington), Aa'Kelia Wells (Washington), Ramat Abasishe (Washington).

KVL girls roster: Anna Deegan (Bonner Springs), Haley Hoffine (Bonner Springs), Jenny Whitledge (Tonganoxie), Tanner Tripp (Mill Valley), Stephanie Lichtenauer (Mill Valley), Madee Walker (Tonganoxie), Jamie Johnson (Basehor-Linwood), Conner Shriver (Piper), McKenna Mortell (Turner), Morgan Bromell (Lansing).

KCAL boys roster: Deandre King (Washington), David Patton II (Schlagle), Mike Carson (Harmon), Jajuan Taylor (Harman), Alex Garvin (Sumner), Tyson Downing (Atchison), Calvin Johnson (Wyandotte), Kameron Allen (Washington), James Jappa (Washington), Houston Shackelford (Schlagle).

KVL boys roster: Nathan Stacy (Mill Valley), Roy Clayter (Lansing), Clay Young (Lansing), Calvin Johnson (Piper), Tyrone Jennings (Piper), Matt Ogilvie (Basehor-Linwood), Steve Gramblin (Bishop Ward), Logan Terrell (Bonner Springs), John Lean (Tonganoxie).


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