The Shore Girls Basketball Coaches Association has announced the rosters for their 2022-23 Senior All-Star Game which will be played on March 30 at Red Bank Catholic High School (6:30pm).  The game will serve as a fundraiser for Fullfill (formally the FoodBank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties) with admission $5 for adults and $3 for students, seniors and veterans.  The SGBCA will also award three $500 scholarships to student-athletes at the game.

There will be an MVP for each team with awards provided by Elite Sports Physical Therapy and RYPT.  The Shore Sports Network is the media partner for the game and Kevin Williams will serve as the announcer.

There will also be a 3-point shooting contest at halftime.  Special thanks to officials Tara Byrnes, Mary Stallworth and Melissa Alston for volunteering their time.

NORTH ALL-STARS

Coaches:  Shannon Coyle, Long Branch      Justin McGhee, Middletown North

#1       Casey Prior, RBC

#2       Molly Kelly, RBC

#3       Alexandra Loucopoulos, Holmdel

#4       Erica Stolker, Holmdel

#5       Kerry DeStefano, Howell

#6       Jill DeSio, Trinity Hall

#7       Amanda Castro, Marlboro

#8       Aimee Tanglao, Midd. North

#9       Amanda Paterno, Midd. South

#10     Julia Corsentino, RFH

#11     Mya Hepburn, Long Branch

#12     Sarah Hughes, Ranney

#13     Sarah Moran, Colts Neck

#14     Ellie Hendrickson, H. Hudson

#15     Madison Fernandez, Keansburg

#16     Sydney Commesso, Trinity Hall

#17     Josie Munson, RBR

#18     Dylan Cahill, RFH

#19     Emma Carmen, RBC

#20     Ashley Sofilkanich, SJV

#21     Michaela Hubbard, SJV


SOUTH ALL-STARS

Coaches:       Vicki Gillen, TR North        Will Wishart, Shore

#1       Madison Bjorndahl, Point Boro

#2       Kami Turnbach, Point Beach

#3       Layla Marotta, Brick Memorial

#4       Hayley Tighe, Brick Memorial

#5       Chloe Messer, Jackson Mem.

#6       Taylor Maire, TR East

#7       Arlianna Torres, TR North

#8       Riley Coltenback, Central Reg.

#9       Kelsey DiMichele, Central Reg.

#10     Rylee Drahos, Shore

#11     Gabby Ross, Donovan Cath.

#12     Rylyn Orlando, Manasquan

#14     Julia Whesper, St. Rose

#15     Rosie Scognamiglio, St. Rose

#16     Zoie Maffei, Jackson Mem.

#17     Kamile Makselyte, Jackson Mem.

#18     Julia Grodzicki, TR North

#19     Cara McCoy, Barnegat

#20     Jada Clayton, Point Beach

#21     Nicole Kuhl, Brick

#22     Riley Mahan, Lacey

#23     Ari Broughton, Jackson Liberty


SENIOR ALL-STARS UNABLE TO PARTICIPATE

Alyson Amadruto, Monmouth

Janie Bachman, SJV

Zoe Brooks, SJV

Maggie Cavanaugh, St. Rose

Cara Cribben, TR South

Briana Delaney, SJV

Erica DiSimone, Marlboro

Maxine Erlanger, Wall

Natalie Rey, Pinelands

Emma Wagner, TR South

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