The 2014 Carolinas All Star Basketball Classic with Paris Kea and Jeremy Harris from Page HS and coach Darlene Joyner(Northwest Guilford), plus Burnett(SA), Nieters(BG), both Jones(WF) and Flomo(NF)

Posted by Andy Durham on February 23, 2014 at 4:08 pm under High School | 4 Comments to Read

*****from the North Carolina Coaches Association*****

The North Carolina rosters for the 2014 Carolinas All Star Basketball Classic have been released.

In its 17th year, the all-star game, which features some of the top seniors from North Carolina against their counterparts in South Carolina, will be held Saturday, Mar. 22, at Socastee High, in Socastee, S.C. The girls game will tip off at 6:30 p.m., followed by the boys.

The Slam Dunk and 3-Point Contest will be held at 7:00 p.m., on Friday, Mar. 21, at Myrtle Beach High School, in Myrtle Beach, SC.(Jeremy Harris, from Page HS, should be one of the early favorites in the Slam Dunk contest.)


North Carolina Women

Darlene Joyner – Northwest Guilford HS -Head Coach
Tracie Taylor –Seventy First HS – Assistant Coach

Akela Branch – Albemarle HS
Shaylen Burnett – Southern Alamance HS
Rachel Camp – East Rutherford HS
Jamie Cherry – West Craven HS
Ace Easter – Bandys HS
Jazmine Jones – West Forsyth HS
Jessica Jones – West Forsyth HS

Paris Kea – Page HS
Kiara Leslie – Holly Springs HS
Cameron Nieters – Bishop McGuinness HS

North Carolina Men

Mike Absher – Davie County HS – Head Coach
Steve Robinson – Wallace-Rose Hill HS – Assistant Coach

Connor Burchfield – Concord HS
Aaron Carver – Northeastern HS
Gary Clark – Clayton HS
Ricky Council – Northern Durham HS
Gabe DeVoe – Shelby HS
John Emezie – Marvin Ridge HS
Kedrick Flomo – North Forsyth HS
Jeremy Harris – Page HS
C J Jackson – Olympic HS
Michael Williams – C B Aycock HS

  • nc vs sc said,

    This is obviously just open to public school kids based on the players selected. Unlike the annual football games between NC and SC, this basketball game favors SC each year because NC has a lot more good basketball players that attend private schools than our little sister state to the south SC. I wonder what are the records NC vs SC for both the girls and boys. NC should never lose to SC in anything in sports.

  • BballGuru said,

    Chalk one up for the kids that decided to stay at home (public). Sacrifices are made when you attend private schools and recognition by your state is one of them. To each his own, both have merit. By the way our squads look good, NC baby!!!

  • Terry said,

    Congratulations to the sqad. But how do you make an Allstar team when you are averaging around 6 points a game?

  • who said,

    who is averaging 6 pts a game? if that is true then, that is crazy!