Senior all-star games at Caribou March 1

8 years ago

    CARIBOU, Maine — The Aroostook Senior All-Star Basketball Games will be played March 1 at Caribou High School. Team members were selected recently by a committee appointed by the Aroostook League made up of school administrators and media members.

Playing for one of the girls’ teams are Laura Sturgeon of Ashland, Karli Levesque of Central Aroostook, Jenna Boucher of Caribou, Kim Stoddard of East Grand/GHCA, Taylor Churchill, Kayla Giberson, Teresa Maynard and Chelsey Pelkey, all of Fort Fairfield; and Molly Cunningham and Courtney Stevens, both of Katahdin.
The other girls’ team includes Blake Bradley of Easton, Natalie Hill of Houlton, Jackie Peers of LCS/MSSM, Alexis Levesque of Madawaska, Olivia Hudson, Regan Nelson and Taylor Williams, all of Presque Isle; Grace Braley and Emmy Churchill, both of Washburn; and Rhylee Wright of Wisdom. Kate Condon of Houlton, who is injured and cannot play, was an honorary selection.
Making up one of the boys’ squads are Dustin Pryor of Central Aroostook, Gabe Massey, Donovan Savage and Ricky Sheldon, all of Caribou; Logan Halvorson and Drew Sotomayor, both of Easton; Josh Ricker of Fort Fairfield, Jimmy Buzzell of Hodgdon, Joseph Canwell of Van Buren and Chance Gervais of Wisdom.
The other boys’ team members are Ryan Chasse and Brandon Theriault, both of Fort Kent; Garrett Ring of Houlton, Tyson Porter of Katahdin, Craig Gendreau of Madawaska, Connor Murchison and Kyle Rider, both of Presque Isle; and Noah Caron, Brandon Cropley and Jarrett Olson, all of Washburn.
The girls’ game will tip off at 5:30 p.m., with the boys’ game set to begin at 7 p.m. An admission fee will be charged and concessions will be available.