NBIAA Final 12

NBIAA All-Stars Named For Game Sunday in Port City

The New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association’s boys’ all-star game will be held Sunday at University of New Brunswick at Saint John.

The provincial all-star gathering is a staple for the Sunday after the Final 12 championships.

Coaches from across the province selected players on a voting system from the AAA, AA and A levels.

Boys named to the all-star squad from AAA include Rasheed Ali from Saint John High Greyhounds, Bryce Corless from Kennebecasis Valley High Crusaders of Quispamsis, Minwoo Park and Sterling Simpson of Fredericton High Black Kats, Brett Speedy of Fredericton’s Leo Hayes High Lions, Chris Cameron-Kogler and Marc Hofer of Moncton High Purple Knights, Aram Currie of Riverview High Royals, James French from Moncton’s Bernice MacNaughton High Highlanders and Ian Watters of Miramichi Valley High Pulamoo.

The AA representatives are Abrhym Hill and Blake Oakes of Florenceville-Bristol’s Carleton North High Stars, Matthew Baker of Rothesay High Red Hawks, Blair Hawkins from St.George’s Fundy High Mariners, Brennan Cook of Woodstock High Thunder, Zach Boudreau of Sackville’s Tantramar Regional High Titans, Christien Dickson and Jayden McIntyre of Miramichi’s James M. Hill High Tommies, Jared Eagles of Salisbury’s JMA Armstrong High Cougars and Cameron Robichaud of Bathurst High Phantoms.

The A players earning all-star accolades include Dawson Boon of McAdam High Warriors, Brett Curtis and Thomas Drummond of Harvey High Lakers, Ethan Drost from Fredericton Christian Academy Eagles, Noah McCarthy from the John Caldwell School Golden Knights of Grand Falls, Colin Carr of Petitcodiac Regional High Panthers, Remi LeBlanc from Moncton’s Carrefour Beausoleil, Daniel Richard of Blackville School Eagles, Tim Weichmann from Cambridge Narrows School Huskies and Connor White-Richard from Minto High Tigers.

Corless and Curtis have both committed to the University of Prince Edward Island Panthers for 2017-18.

On the girls side, members from the AAA level include Reese Baxendale and Lauren Fleming from the Sussex Regional High Sonics, Rachel Farwell of the Kennebecasis Valley High Crusaders, Megan Stewart from the Saint John High Greyhounds, Lucina Beaumont of the Fredericton High Black Kats, Melanie Belong from Moncton’s Bernice MacNaughton High Highlanders, Bailey Black and Kassidy Hamilton of the Miramichi Valley High Pulamoo and Abby Lacey and Grace LeBlanc of Riverview High Royals.

The AA all-star talent has Florenceville-Bristol’s Carleton North High Stars duo Emily Briggs and Katie McAfee joining Claire Ayotte of Perth-Andover’s Southern Victoria High Vikings, Cara Babcock of the St. Stephen High Spartans, Sandy Saunders from Woodstock High Thunder, Miramichi’s James M. Hill High Tommies’ teammates Jillian LeGresley and Lauren Bushey, Samantha Arthurs from Salisbury’s JMA Armstrong High Cougars and Ashley Sherwood from Sackville’s Tantramar Regional High Titans.

The A representatives include Allie McCarthy and Olivia McClure from John Caldwell School Golden Knights in Grand Falls, Kathryn Brown and Madison McLaughlin of the Grand Manan Community School Breakers, Gracie Grieve from Harvey High Lakers, Kaylee Fullerton and Sarah McFarlane from Stanley High Blue Devils, Alyssa Campbell and Hannah Morrissey of Hillsborough’s Caledonia High Tigers and Emily McLaughlin of the Moncton Christian Academy Eagles.

Baxendale and Fleming will suit up for U Sports Atlantic University Sport’s University of Prince Edward Island Panthers next season. Stewart has committed to Ontario University Athletics York University Lions of Toronto and Farwell will return to Canada Basketball’s under-19 training camp next month in Toronto.

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