The boys had their senior all star game Saturday evening. Six of the 15 players on the team were from Pulaski County.

 

The boys had their senior all star game Saturday evening. Six of the 15 players on the team were from Pulaski County.

The Crocker Lions were represented by Adam Shockley, Ethyn Boorom, and Logan Wright. The Laquey Hornets were represented by Willie Lunsford. The Waynesville Tigers were represented by Caleb Barnes and David Adams.

The other players on the South Central team were Ryan Terry and Landen Callahan represented the Newburg Wolves while Josh Pritchett of the Rolla Bulldogs. The Pacific Indians were represented by Trey Boyer and Cameron Vanleer. The St James Tigers had Ivan Fuhring and Ryan Harlan in the game. Keyton Knamiller represented the School of the Osage Indians. The Steelville Cardinals had Garrett Becker represent them in the game.

The St Louis All Stars were able to win the game 101-78. They were led in the game by Cam Williams from Hazelwood Central with 23 points. Brandon Fredericks of Confluence Academy was not far behind with 20 points. Jhaylen Covington-Berry from Hazelwood Central scored 17 points in the win. Leon Perry from Confluence Academy added 16 points of his own. Dre Clay from Kirkwood scored 11 points to round out the double digit scores in the win.

Darrian McBride from Hazelwood East scored six points in the win. Brenden Boyd from Lafayette and Jake Hampton from Fort Zumwalt West both scored three points while Austin Thompson from Mary Institute Country Day scored two points in the big win.

The South Central Team was led by Prichett with 24 points in the loss. Vanleer was second in scoring with nine points in the game. Shockley and Barnes scored eight points each in the tough game.

Boyer added five points in the loss to the St. Louis group. Boorom, Callahan, KnaMiller, and Harlan all scored four points in the game. Becker and Fuhring both scored three points in the game. Lunsford added two points of his own off free throws in the matchup.

Boorom signs with Mount mary College in South Dakota on Friday at Crocker High School. Austin Thompson signed with Berkshire Prep earlier this year.