Upper Cape vs. Lower Cape in high school all star basketball Sunday

Best of the Cape & Islands' girls and boys plus shooting contest with prizes

Get ready for an action-packed afternoon Sunday, March 16 when the best of the Cape & Islands' high school basketball players meet on the Hyannis Youth and Community Center court.  It's Upper Cape vs. Lower Cape All Star Girls at 2:15 p.m., followed by the All Star Boys at 4:30 p.m. See the team rosters below.

In between the full court presses and shots from the foul line, there will be half-time shooting contests with prizes for players and fans.

Tickets are only $8 for adults, $4 for seniors and students and free for kids under 5.

Charter school, tech school, public school and private school kids will mix it up on the court Sunday. Tickets are available at the event.

This will be the second year the All Star games are played at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center. Prior to the move in 2013, the games were played at Barnstable High School. For more than two decades the event has been coordinated by Mr. Al Faria.

The Hyannis Youth and Community Center plays host to several exciting sporting and community event each year. For a complete schedule of activities and upcoming events, visit the HYCC website here. The Hyannis Youth and Community Center is at 141 Bassett Lane in Hyannis, 508-790-6345.

Upper Cape Girls led by Coach Tom Morrissey

  • Bourne High Senior Stacie Tonello
  • Falmouth High Junior Jenny Dicecco
  • Sandwich High Junior Meagan Reardon
  • Mashpee High Senior Summer Fiero
  • Bourne High Senior Shelby Corsano
  • Falmouth High Sophomore Taylor Miller
  • Falmouth Academy Senior Eliza Vanvoorhis
  • Upper Cape Regional Tech Junior Krystle DiBon
  • Upper Cape Regional Tech Freshman Amber Dibo
  • Sandwich High Junior Kasey Noonan
  • Bourne High Senior Chelsie Doucette
  • Bourne High Senior Amanda Pomeroy
  • Bourne High Senior Brie Girouard
  • Barnstable High Senior Colleen Kenny

Lower Cape Girls led by Coach Eric Whiteley

  •  Nantucket Senior MacKenzie Holdgate
  • Pope John Paul Junior Haylee Whiteley
  • Pope John Paul Freshman Kaia Whiteley
  • Nauset Regional High Senior Carolyn Brooks
  • Monomoy Regional High Sophomore Madison Kelly
  • Monomoy Regional High Freshman Geia Alverio
  • Sturgis East Junior Meagan Fitzgerald
  • Martha's Vineyard High Freshman Erin Hill
  • Pope John Paul Senior Alana Cotto
  • Nantucket High Sophomore Katie Fox
  • Cape Cod Regional Tech High Sophomore Shaleka Taylor
  • Martha's Vineyard High Junior Kat Debettencourt
  • Martha's Vineyard High Senior Taija Browne
  • Nauset Regional High Senior Jenny Leyton
  • Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High Senior Briann McGee

Upper Cape Boys led by Coach Mike Kennedy

  • Bourne High Freshman Jacob Ashworth
  • Mashpee High Senior Kevin Frye
  • Upper Cape Regional Tech Junior Rally Wheaton
  • Sandwich High Senior Joey Downes
  • Sandwich High Senior John Stanton
  • Sturgis West Senior Deikana Cunningham
  • Falmouth Academy Junior Rob Elders
  • Barnstable High Junior Elijah Baptiste
  • Cape Cod Academy Junior Johnny Hatem
  • Falmouth High Junior Ryan Johnson
  • Cape Cod Academy Freshman Kyle Ryder
  • Falmouth High Senior Chase Soares
  • Barnstable High Senior Derek Estes
  • Falmouth High Senior Erik Demers
     

Lower Cape Boys led by Coach Martin Beco

  • Nantucket High Senior Will Ferreira
  • Nantucket High Senior Diego Meritus
  • Cape Cod Regional Tech High Junior Jackson
  • Martha's Vineyard High Senior Deshawn James
  • Sturgis East Senior Luke Chevalier
  • Pope John Paul Senior Ben Gibson
  • Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High Senior Spencer Tyler
  • Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High Senior L.K. Metz
  • Monomoy Regional High Senior Evan Fergeron
  • Nauset Regional High Junior Razz Green
  • Sturgis East Junior Jacob Tobey
  • Nantucket High Junior Kyle Andrew Irving
  • Pope John Paul Sophomore Nick Casseta
  • Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High Senior Ken Dorr

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