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 Lady Raiders Bousman, Warner Perform Well in 2A East-West All-Star Classic

July 23, 2008 - Two recent Shenandoah graduates played well and helped lead the east girls all-star team to a win in the Class 2A game of the East-West All-Star Classic held at the New Castle Fieldhouse Saturday.

The Classic included eight games showcasing recently graduated boys and girls basketball players in each of the four Indiana classes.

Morgan Bousman and Tyla Warner both scored 10 points to lead the East girls to a 67-45 win against the West in the Class 2A game. In the 3A Girls game, Bishop Chatard's Caroline Schutzman led all scorers with 25 points. The East also won that game, 66-53.

In the boys Class 4A game, the West won 88-75, and in the boys 3A game, the West won 81-72.

 

Shining Stars: Broderick Lewis, West, Lafayette Jeff, 18 points; Zach Fields, East, Jennings County, 17 points; Jarrin Forte, East, Warren Central, mental attitude award winner; Alex Sylvester, West, Perry Meridian, 3-point contest winner.

 

Shining Stars: Madison Qualkenbush, East, New Castle, four points; Yasmine Coleman, West, Pike, 22 points; Ronikka Drake, East, Marion, 13 points; Brittany Strohmeyer, West, Mooresville, mental attitude award winner; Coleman, Pike, 3-point contest winner.

 

Shining Stars: John Hart, West, Beech Grove, 19 points, Zach Mershbrock, East, Charleston, 17 points; David Sanders, West, Beech Grove, mental attitude award winner; Tommy Weakley, West, Edgewood, 3-point contest winner.

 

Shining Stars: Caroline Schutzman, East, Bishop Chatard, 25 points; Molly Fox, West, Brown County, 14 points; Emily LaHay, West, Sullivan, mental attitude award winner; Schutzman, 3-point contest winner.

 

Shining Stars: Shane Heidt, West, Clinton Central), 28 points; Justin Yoder, East, Westview, 16 points; Heidt, mental attitude award winner; Nate Wills, East, Elwood, 3-point contest winner.

 

Shining Stars: Morgan Bousman, East, Shenandoah, 10 points; Tyla Warner, East, Shenandoah, 10 points; Amanda Pedro, East, Bishop Luers, 13 points; Hannah Lengel, West, Southwood, 12 points; Lengel, mental attitude award winner; Kayla Skaggs, East, Lapel, 3-point contest winner.

 

Shining Stars: Femi Oluyedun, West, International, 11 points; Dayton Merrell, East, Ft. Wayne Blackhawk, 17 points; Oluyedun, West, International, mental attitude award winner; Zach Adams, East, Tecumseh, 3-point contest winner.

 

Shining Stars: Sharon Jackson, East, Waldron, 18 points; Jacci Martin, West, Eminence, 15 points; Brittany Schoen, East, South Central, 3-point contest winner; Beth Glomb, East, Lanesville, mental attitude award winner.

 

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