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Chelan High School to spotlight senior talent in annual NCW Senior Game

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CHELAN—The NCW Senior Game, a showcase event for District 6 All-League senior high school basketball players, will be held at Chelan High School on Sunday, March 10. The event, which is not sanctioned by the WIAA, will feature separate games for girls and boys, starting at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., respectively.

Admission fees are $8 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. This year's event will honor NCW Coaches of the Year from various divisions. The games promise to deliver entertaining basketball action while supporting the AAU Youth Basketball Program in the Valley.



Senior Girl Participants:

Brianna Talley, Cashmere; Katie Piepel, Cashmere; Alex Goetz, Okanogan; Aleena Lafferty, Okanogan; Jaylo Bello, Tonasket; Alyssa Larsen, Tonasket; Jaycie Richey, Tonasket; Cylia St. Pierre, Lake Roosevelt; Shyanne Marchand, Lake Roosevelt; Carly Neddo, Lake Roosevelt; Jasmine Garcia, Waterville/Mansfield; Olivia McCrady, Soap Lake; Shannon Bell, Entiat; Jordan Long, Entiat; Arabelle Finch, Chelan; Alessa Soto, Ephrata; Molly Evenson, Ephrata.

Senior Boy Participants:

Julian Ibarra, Quincy; Aiden Bews, Quincy; Chase Marchand, Lake Roosevelt; Brandon Pino, Lake Roosevelt; Isaac Wilson, Chelan; Ryan Rainville, Chelan; Brady Wulf, Brewster; Kyler Mitchell, Liberty Bell; Jade Ramon, Tonasket; Trey Landdeck, Soap Lake; Pavlo Stoya, Soap Lake; Jonah Robertson, Moses Lake Christian; Landon Baker, Cashmere; Xavier Devereaux, Omak; Andy Hobson, Eastmont; Ishmael Mireles, Pateros; Marshall Mires, Waterville/Mansfield; Armando Baltazar, Waterville/Mansfield; Zane McMillan, Wilson Creek.

This year’s game will feature NCW Coaches of the Year. This includes:

  • Pat Loftus, CTL Girls Coach of the Year, Cashmere
  • Korrie Bourn, Central Washington 2B Girls Coach of The Year, Liberty Bell
  • Scott Bierlink, CTL Boys Coach of the Year, Quincy
  • Ed Wolfe, Central Washington 2B Boys Coach of the Year, Lake Roosevelt

Gates open at 1:30 on Sunday. If you enjoy basketball, this should prove to be a very entertaining sporting event that benefits youth basketball.

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