Everything to know about Sunday's ASG


Nash Central's Robbi Allen, left, checks the clock during last year's Tri-Counties All-Star Basketball Game at Rocky Mount High School. The game was rebranded this year as the Eastern North Carolina All-Star Game, and takes place Sunday at Northern Nash High School.


Telegram Reports

Saturday, March 23, 2019

The second annual Eastern North Carolina All-Star Games, featuring some of the best boys and girls basketball players from nine counties in Eastern N.C., tip off on Sunday. 

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the two games. 

Where: Northern Nash High School

How much: Tickets are $10. Children five years and under are free. 

When: Sunday. The girls’ game tips at 4:30 p.m. while the boys’ game tips after that, at 6 p.m. At halftime of the boys’ game, there will be a dunk contest for select boys from both team’s rosters. 

Who: Northern Nash’s Henry Drake and Rocky Mount Prep’s Jolly Manning will be the two coaches for the boys’ game. Nash Central’s Terri Cash and Wilson Hunt’s Tiffany Parks will coach the two girls’ teams. 

Local girls playing for Team Cash: A’Nya Bobbitt, Northern Nash; Jada Morris, Rocky Mount High.

Local girls playing for Team Parks: Kayla Mitchell, Northern Nash; Ro’Quielia Tillery, Northern Nash; Mya Pittman, Rocky Mount High.

Local boys playing for Team Drake: Chris High, Nash Central; Trevor Batchelor, Rocky Mount Prep; Davontae Wiggins, Northern Nash; Joseph Cherry-Blue, Northern Nash; Artavious Allen, Southern Nash; Tybiaus Harrison, Rocky Mount High; Omar Richardson, Nash Central.

Local boys playing for Team Manning: Avante’ Simmons, Nash Central; Sam Benton, Rocky Mount Prep; Sam Page, Northern Nash; Darquez Flowers, Northern Nash; Terrance Collins, SouthWest Edgecombe; Zataeveun Knight, Rocky Mount High.