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All Star Game Team Roster Information

1st Annual Nard Hollins Charity Challenge
Date: Saturday, June 23, 2012
Southside High School


Game 1 (1:00pm-2:00pm) Always 100 Teams

Official: Candance and Ralph

1. Savannah Jones
2. Aliyah Jones
3. Makena Hurse
4. Niomi Dube’
5. Mary J Kneubuhler
6. Kamya Finan
7. TaNiece Chapman
8. Alaya Chapman
9. Khiala Judy
10. Paig Motycka
11. ShaBrayia Sime
12. Shamari Jackson
13. Darshana Nathan
14. Toni Starks
15. Anika Hoffer


Game 2 (2:10pm-3:10pm) 4th and 6th all star game

Official: Candace and Ralph

TEAM Southside

Coaches: Neil Collins, Austyn Payce and Bessie Jenkins

Neil Collins -The father of three sons, Jamaree, Neil Jr. and Isaiah Collins, a graduate of North Side High School . He went on to obtain his degree and played basketball and football at Earlham College . He presently has his master degree and is now a school teacher.

Austyn Payce - A 2 year captain for Elmhurst High School , he is a former walk on at IPFW and current coach at Northside.

Bessie Jenkins - Played four years at the University of Saint Francis , she graduated with a Social work degree and is now an assistant Varsity coach at Carroll high school. She also coach pre-K and kindergarteners at the YMCA.

1. Brayden Epps 4th Grade – Croninger
2. Tristan Thainon 6th Grade – Carroll
3. Naylon Thompson 4th Grade – Towles Academy
4. Elijah Wimby 4th Grade – Lindley
5. Sidney Curry 5th Grade – Fairfield
6. Mikale Stephens 5th Grade – Fairfield
7. Jordan Moore 4th Grade – Holy Cross
8. Evan Bennett 4th Grade – Glenwood
9. Jaydon Bostice 6th Grade – Johnwood Academy
10. Jalen Royal 6th Grade – Jefferson
11. Adanis Suttle 5th Grade – St Paul
12. Jalen Causey 4th Grade – Holy Cross
13. Ajilon Reese 2nd Grade – North Wayne Elementary
14. Adrian Reese 5th Grade – Eagle Creek
15. Adarius Reese 5th Grade – Eagle Creek
16. Quincy Miles Jr. 4th Grade – Maplewood

TEAM Northside

Coach: Brandon “Hugs” Underwood, Isaiah “Zeke” Malone, and Anthony Brewer

Brandon “Hugs” Underwood - A graduate of Northside High School He starting football player for 3 years and all conference offensive linemen. He attended college at Grand Rapids College .

Isaiah “Zeke” MaloneA graduate of Northside High School . He started 3-years on the football team and he is the father of 10. He attended Grand Rapids College where he played football.

Anthony Brewer - A 4-year varsity player at North Side High School . He coached for 5 years at Concordia, 4 years with Spiece, and 3 years as an Assistant Director of Boys Basketball at Spiece.

1. Keion Brooks 5th Grade – Prince Chapman
2. Deonte Craig 4th Grade – Croninger
3. Owen Potosky 6th Grade – St. Charles
4. Nicholas Thompson 2nd Grade – Towles
5. Keidrik Wyatt4th Grade – Croninger
6. Austin Jordan 4th Grade – Croninger
7. Jalen Blackmon 3rd – Grade
8. Matt Kochanski 6th Grade – St Charles
9. Marcalin Hairston 6th Grade – Memorial Park
10. Jaydon Walker 6th Grade – Memorial Park
11. Lashon Bright 5th Grade – St. John
12. Anthony Ammon Phillips 6th Grade – Miami
13. Jared Frey 3rd Grade – Deer Ridge
14. Dominick Raines 4th Grade – Weisser Park
15. C.J. Clark 6th Grade – Blackhawk
16. Dion Goodwell 6th Grade – Carroll
17. Elijah Fincher 4th grade


Game 3 (3:20pm-4:20pm) 9th and 10th grade girls

Officials: Katie, Candace, and Jeff

TEAM Macedonia

Coach: Jamika Banks and Maria Marchesano

Jamika Banks – Graduated from Northrop High School in 2005. She is Northrop’s 6th All- Time Leading Scorer and 4th All Time Rebounder. Throughout her years, she was selected for several awards but is most proud to have been nominated as Top 40 Senior in the State of Indiana (averaging roughly 20pts 10rbs). Banks received an Athletic Scholarship to Tennessee State University . 2 years later she transferred to University of Saint Francis and broke the record for most rebounds in a single game. She graduated on Honors with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and Child Welfare. In 2010, Banks played in the WBCBL for Chicago Lady Steam. In 2011, she played for Australia and was nominated as an All-Star and became the leading rebounder in the country averaging 14.9 rbs/game. Immediately following this season, she left for Puerto Rico having a game high 25 pts 10 rbs.

Maria Marchesano – The present head coach for the women’s basketball team for Urbana University in Urbana , Ohio . She graduated from Elmhurst High School, and later attended Butler University. She was two time team captain and freshman female athlete of the year. She later went on to play professionally in Italy were she signed three professional contracts in the Italian Federation

1. Chelsea Rogers – Bishop Luers 9
2. Maria Moore – South Side 9
3. Kindell Fincher – Canterbury 10
4. Najah King – Northrop 10
5. Taylor Sparks – Concordia 10
6. Nevada Jones – Northrop 10
7. Whitney Jennings – Logansport 10
8. Courtney Smith – Concordia 10
9. Brittni Clopton – South Side 10
10. Deja Wimby – Snider 9
11. Aubrey Wright – Columbia City 9
12. Jaymee Wolfe – East Noble 9
13. Lakyn Gulley – South Side 10
14. Aliah Sweary – Northrop 10

TEAM Mexico

Coach: Maria Marchesano, Bessie Jenkins, and Roy Mack

Maria Marchesano – The present head coach for the women’s basketball team for Urbana University in Urbana , Ohio . She graduated from Elmhurst High School, and later attended Butler University. She was two time team captain and freshman female athlete of the year. She later went on to play professionally in Italy were she signed three professional contracts in the Italian Federation.

Roy Mack - Started his basketball career at Mansfield Senior High School . After a productive career in high school he went on to Lakeland Community College where he averaged 10pts n 6rebs per game. After that he transferred to Clark State College where he averaged 24pts 5rebs 5asst per game. After college he played pro ball with the Grand Rapids Flight, Lansing Capitals, USA all-stars and the Cleveland travel pro team. Last venture was a trip to Switzerland to be a staff member of the Wilson Swiss basketball camp. Now the CEO of Brolic Elite(LLC) a clothing company that will supply affordable athletic wear to the people.

Top 9th And 10th Grades From Indianapolis


Game 4 (4:30pm-5:30pm) 7th and 8th grade boys

Officials: Charles and Jeff

Team Turkey

Coach: John Williamson, Anthony Brewer, and Kevin Melson

John Williamson – Formerly an National Juco All-American at Cincinnati State where he avg. 27ppg and 11 rebounds from there transferring to the University of Cincinnati, with professional stints in Poland, Sweden, France and the Philippines.  Williamson also played for Honka in Finland as well as the well known VTB League.

Kevin Melson – A native of Detroit , Michigan . He is a former basketball player at Schoolcraft Junior College and transferred to Wright State University. He has played in the CBA for a team called Great Lakes Storm. He played for Asheville Altitude, Dakota Lightning, Kansas City Knights, in the Dominic Republic, Argentina, Germany, Belgium, and Italy.

1. Reggie Tharp – St. Paul 8th
2. Caleb Swanigan – Woodside 8th
3. Justes King – St. Paul 8th
4. Diamond Townses – Paul Harding 7th
5. Jailon Parrish – Lane 8th
6. Chase Fierstos – Manchester 8th
7. Cameron Newhouse – Woodside 8th
8. Korey Joyner – St. Paul 8th
9. Bijay Stephens – Jefferson 8th
10. Jordan Walker – North Central 8th
11. Richard Robertson – IV Jefferson 7th
12. Justin Frey – Woodside 7th
13. Amaun Clark – Blackhawk 7th
14. Shaundre Moore – Miami 7th
15. Daniel Reyer Howe – St. Charles 7th

Team Germany

Coach: Thomas Kelley, Malcolm Andrews and Roy Mack

Thomas Kelly – Was born in Grand Rapids , Michigan . He is a former basketball player at Michigan State University . He has played for various teams in Hungary, Austria, and Turkey. He presently plays guard in Hungary.

Malcolm Andrews – A graduate of West High School. He was a first team all city and honorable mention all state in Cincinnati. After attending Wright State for basketball, he transferred to Walsh where he received Bachelors degree in sociology.

Roy Mack
- Started his basketball career at Mansfield Senior High School . After a productive career in high school he went on to Lakeland Community College where he averaged 10pts n 6rebs per game. After that he transferred to Clark State College where he averaged 24pts 5rebs 5asst per game. After college he played pro ball with the Grand Rapids Flight, Lansing Capitals, USA all-stars and the Cleveland travel pro team. Last venture was a trip to Switzerland to be a staff member of the Wilson Swiss basketball camp. Now the CEO of Brolic Elite(LLC) a clothing company that will supply affordable athletic wear to the people.

1. Vijay Blackmon – Canterbury 8th
2. Paxton Bergdoll – St. Paul 8th
3. Jagger Epps – Blackhawk 8th
4. J. J Foster – Blackhawk 7th
5. Rashaad Stukes – Woodside 8th
6. Jordan Hopkins – Blackhawk 8th
7. Romeo Morris – Memorial Park 8th
8. Raymond Walker III – Jefferson 8th
9. Damonn Burns – Crispus Attucks 8th
10. Juan Quarels – St. Paul 7th
11. Elijah Jett – Miami 8th
12. Auston Robertson – Miami 8th
13. Ammaad Sims – Lakeside 8th
13. Nick Scott – Jefferson 8th
15. James Oldham – Miami 8th
TEAM Southside 16. Jordan Banks – Northwood 8th


Game 5 (5:40pm-6:40pm) 11th and 12th grade girls

Officials: Katie, Charles, Jeff

TEAM Hungary

Coach: James Banks
Indianapolis Top 11th and 12th Grade

TEAM France

Coach: David Goodwell Coach Tiffany Gooden

David Goodwell - Team elite girls basketball AAU coach Basketball skills trainer for Vernard Hollins Always 100 Camp South Side High school girls basketball Asst. coach David brings intensity and builds confidence in the young people that he works with. He has worked with some of the best skills trainers in the world. Micha Lancaster, Gannon Baker, and Jason Otter. David demonstrates every drill on the court. He is just a high energy guy that loves working with kids.

Tiffany Gooden – A graduate of Snider High School and later graduated from Iowa University. She was a professional basketball player in the ABL. When her pro career ended, Gooden embarked on a new career as an attorney. Gooden currently practices law as a partner in the firm of Hall & Gooden LLP in Fort Wayne. The News-Sentinel recently named Gooden 41st among the Top 50 athletes of northeast Indiana.The Journal Gazette presents the Tiffany Gooden award annually to the most outstanding high school basketball player in Fort Wayne ‘s Summit Athletic Conference (SAC).

1. Jill Morrison – Winchester 11
2. Ariana Simmons – South Side 11
3. Bailey Farley – Canterbury 11
4. Dejoyah Johnson – South Side 11
5. Meredith Shipman – Snider 11
6. Lynnia Noel – South Side 11
7. Jennifer Crawford – Warsaw 11
8. Carmen Lowe – Homestead 12
9. Lindsay Baker – Warsaw 11
10. Rosie Lewis – Wayne 12
11. Aaliya Gaines – Canterbury 11
12. Bryanna Moore – Snider 11
13. Bridgette Perry – Roncali 11
14. Taylor Seiss – Leo 11
15. Paige Wright – Northrop 12


Game 6 (6:50pm-7:50pm) High school boys

Officials: Mike, Katie, and Charles

TEAM 1 Switzerland

Coach: Don Hollins, Kevin Melson, and Gwenetta Lewis

Don Hollins – Don attended Concordia High School and Paulding High School graduating in 1977 where he excelled in football and basketball, after high school Donald attended Alabama A&M University on a basketball scholarship finishing in 1981 While attending college Donald pledged Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Donald also served in the US Army for multiple years. Donald has worked multiple years in supervision and is currently the Shipping & Receiving Supervisor at American Mitsuba in Monroeville Indiana.  Donald has one daughter Krista Hollins of Indianapolis, In and one grandson Jordan.

Gwenetta Lewis – Completed her Bachelors of Science degree from Indiana Institute of Technology, Gwennetta later Verizon and accepted a leadership position within Waste Management.  Gwennetta managed a team of 19 Sales Representatives while pursuing her Masters in Business Administration for 2 years. Gwennetta graduated with her Masters in 2009. In January 2011 Gwennetta opened Legends Sports Bar & Grill located in Indianapolis Indiana.

Dasan Wood -

1. Grant Sinn – Canterbury 10th
2. Thomas Starks – Concordia 11
3. Marq Rogers – Concordia 11
4. Seth Coate – Homestead 11
5. Jabar Ray – New Haven 11
6. V. J. Beechem – New Haven 11
7. Ronald Mitchell – Lucas Wayne 12
8. Nick Gamble – Homestead 11
9. Devin Jones – South Side 11
10. Ryan Gross – Concordia 11
11. Lacy Curry – New Haven 11
12. Zachery Terrell – Homestead 12
13. Kendan Lewis – Wayne 12
14. Indiana Thainon – Carroll 11
15. Trent Vanhorn – Canterbury 11

TEAM 2 Austria

Coach: Keith Edmonds and Kenneth Lowe

EV
Biggs

1. Chris Niemeyer – Wayne 12
2. Bryson Scott – Northrop 11
3. Rapheal Davis – La Lumiere (Purdue University) 12
4. Eric Hairston – Southside 11
5. Domonique Gleason – Southside 11
6. Kyle Sovine – New Haven 12
7. Quilyn Upshaw – Northside 12
8. Justin Mitchell – Wayne 10
9. Brenton Scott – Northrop 11
10. Nathan Scheumann – Heritage 11
11. Domonique Gleason – Southside 11
12. Donovan Clark – Southside 10
13. AJ Busche – Leo 11



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