Carino Club all-star game rosters set

Timber Creek’s Maurice Murray will play in annual Carino Club senior all-star game March 25 at Rutgers-Camden.

The rosters have been set for the annual Carino Club senior all-star boys’ basketball game, scheduled for March 25 at Rutgers-Camden.

In a twist, Timber Creek seniors Maurice Murray and Isaiah Sanders will play on opposing teams, as Murray will represent the White team and Sanders the Blue team.

Here is the Blue team roster, coached by Frank Rago of Clayton and assisted by Scott McCracken of Wildwood and Ron Myers of Pitman:

Mahir Yilmaz, Clayton

Pat Holden, Lower Cape May

Isaiah Sanders, Timber Creek

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Isaiah Sanders of Timber Creek with dunk vs. Paul VI.

Drew Gallagher, Holy Spirit

Divine Anderson, Pleasantville

Jaden Wallace, Collingswood

Kyion Flanders, Wildwood

Caleb Fields, Wildwood Catholic

Dante Masino, Highland

Luke Castagna, Pitman

Ray Bethea Jr., Atlantic City

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Atlantic City’s Ray Bethea Jr. goes to the basket against Eastern’s Troy Edwards and Andrew Heck.

Jawan Roane, Penns Grove

Tysheim Perkins, Winslow Twp.

Marlon Hargis, St. Augustine

Here is the White team roster, coached by Andrew Canzanese of Triton and assisted by Harold Little of Sterling, Eric Cassidy of Cherokee and Tim Looby of Triton:

Jared Latane, Haddon Heights

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Jared Latane became Haddon Heights all-time leading scorer during playoff win over Pleasantville.

Jesse Barbera, Eastern

Jacquay Mendez, Bordentown

Kadian Dawkins, Rancocas Valley

Chris Roe, Sterling

Troy Edwards, Eastern

Corey Greer, Camden

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Camden’s Corey Greer was MVP of Play-by-Play Classic after the Panthers stunned Westtown, Pa.

Jabril Enmond, Florence

Peyton Vostenak, Bishop Eustace

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Bishop Eustace Prep’s Peyton Vostenak battles for rebound with Paul VI’s Hartnel Haye.

Andrew Sims, Lenape

D’Andre Thurmond, Burlington City

Maurice Murray, Timber Creek

Jalen Collins, Triton

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Triton’s Jalen Collins battles for rebound in playoff game at Seneca.

Myles Thompson, Camden

Tymere Bennett, Cherokee




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