Nine Basketball Players from CSZ Jurisdictions Nominated to Play in McDonald's All-American Game
A total of 42 student players from Maryland were nominated, along with hundreds from around the United States, to participate in the game. The list of nominees will eventually get cut down to 48 total participants, 24 boys and 24 girls. Alumni from this historic game includes NBA and WNBA superstarts like Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Maya Moore and Candace Parker.
Clarksburg boys basketball has the largest contingent, placing three members of their team on the list- Andrew Kostecka, Dallas Marshall and Jeffrey McInnis.
Meade High School, the defending MPSSAA 4A state champs, had two players named to the list- Jerrel Elder and Tristan Easton.
The final boy on the list is Jeffrey Powell-Young from Blake High School in Montgomery County.
On the girls side, Aberdeen's Stephanie Jones, who recently eclipsed 1,500 career points scored, was named to the list.
Khepera Stokes from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, which has won four straight MPSSAA regional titles, was also nominated.
The final girl on the list is Arundel's Kennedi Colclough from Anne Arundel County.
CSZ would like to congratulate all the nominees on this tremendous achievement! To see the full list of nominees for both boys and girls, click here!
|January 6th, 2016||By: Wick Eisenberg|