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Providence Day to host all-star basketball game

Providence Day School will host the 2015 N.C. Private School All-Star Basketball Game on March 7. In last year’s boys’ game, Davon Bell, left, of Northside Christian drives against Ashley Williams Greenfield.
Providence Day School will host the 2015 N.C. Private School All-Star Basketball Game on March 7. In last year’s boys’ game, Davon Bell, left, of Northside Christian drives against Ashley Williams Greenfield. tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com

Providence Day School will host the 2015 N.C. Private School All-Star Basketball Game on March 7.

The game will feature some of the best private-school boys’ and girls’ basketball players in the state and will be broadcast by Time Warner Cable Sports Channel.

The girls’ game will start at 1 p.m. in the Mosack Athletic Center, and the boys’ game will follow at 2:30 p.m. Admission will be $7 for adults, $5 for students and children younger than 8 are admitted free.

Players and coaches also will participate in a community-service project in Charlotte on March 6.

Charlotte-area boys’ players selected for the game are: Lysander Bracey and Rayjon Tucker (Northside Christian), Nemanja Djorovic (Cannon School), Kenny Hairston (Davidson Day), Ebuka Izundu (Victory Christian), Adam Koziol and Derek McKnight (Gaston Day), Charles Minlend Jr. and Matthew Wheet (Concord First Assembly), Trey Phills (Charlotte Christian) and Chaston Raye (Providence Day).

Local girls’ players selected are: Kenya Smith (Davidson Day), Amanda Dobner (Hickory Grove), Dani Brown (Providence Day), Sarah Thomsen (Carmel Christian), Cydne Pennington (Charlotte Latin), Remesha Bennett and Raven Mobley (Concord First Assembly) and Caroline Dennehy (Charlotte Christian).

Corey Inscoe

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