Prime Events All Star Saturday will be held at the Ocean City Intermediate School on Saturday with top seniors from the Cape-Atlantic League facing off in the final two basketball games of four that celebrate the present and future of the CAL.
The games are being played at the Intermediate School because the high school was not available on Saturday.
The two high school games, starting at 3:30pm, will match the best CAL seniors. The all star teams were selected based on the all star voting of the league’s coaches.
In the Heist Agency Dixie Howell Memorial Boys Game, Wildwood Catholic’s Dave DeWeese and St. Augustine’s Paul Rodio will coach one team, Atlantic City’s Gene Allen and Pleasantville’s Butcfh Warner will coach the other.
In the Wonderland Pier Girls Game, Mainland’s Scott Betson and Atlantic City’s Jason Lantz will coach one team, Ocean City’s Paul Baruffi and Millville’s Jason Kessler will coach the other.
The coaches are determined by which teams go the furthest in the CAL Tournament.
At halftime of the girls game there will be a three-point shooting contest. Before the boys game, the boys will compete in a three-point shootout. Then, at halftime of the boys game, the girls and boys three-point champions will go head-to-head.
The three-point contests are the Beth Hartman Memorial Shootouts and each winner will receive a college scholarship from the Hartman family.
During the two high school games, the 24th annual Boo Pergament Memorial Awards will be presented to the CAL’s most improved players, co-sponsored by William Schoppy Inc. and the Ocean City PBA.
The day starts at noon with two games featuring middle school girls and boys from the CAL area against teams from Camden County. At halftime of each midle school game there will be a foul-shooting contest.
Complete rosters are available online at PrimeEvents.net.
The MVP in the high school boys game will receive the Dave Lewis Memorial MVP Award.
Sponsors for the event include the City of Ocean City, Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, Thomas H. Heist Insurance, the Ocean City PBA, Ocean City Free Public Library, Cape May County officials, Ocean City Aquatic & Fitness Center and the Ocean City FMBA.
Admission is $6 for the day with portions of the proceeds going to the Edythe T. Selvagn Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Results and records from previous All Star Saturdays and other CAL all star basketball events back into the 1980s are also available at PrimeEvents.net.
The rosters, below, are subject to change by game time.
0-Divine Anderson (Pleasantville)
1-Flash Morgan (Atlantic City)
2-Reece Miller (Holy Spirit)
3-Nazim Derry (Atlantic City)
4-Ramon Rodriguez (Atlantic City)
5-Drew Gallagher (Holy Spirit)
11-Duncan Scandin (Mainland)
13-Sam LaMonaca (Holy Spirit)
14-Ray Abbott (Cape May Tech)
23-Jovany Perdomo (Egg Harbor Township)
11-Jaylen Busby (Oakcrest)
12-Patrick Holden (Lower Cape May)
13-Tom Jamison (Ocean City)
15-Matt Capozzoli (Wildwood Catholic)
21-Kendall Blount (St. Joseph)
23-Justin Busby (Oakcrest)
24-Travis Stoll (St. Augustine)
25-Jahvon Royster (Atlantic Tech)
33-Jake McQuarrie (Ocean City)
55-Khamar Matthews (Lower Cape May)
2-Diamond Rivera (Millville)
3-Kilie Wyers (Ocean City)
4-India Parker (Millville)
11-Savannah Witmer (Atlantic Tech)
15-Mickey Baker (Ocean City)
21-Kamryn Englert (Holy Spirit)
22-Liana Fiore (Egg Harbor Township)
23-Alexis Harrison (Millville)
24-Alyssa Reed (Egg Harbor Township)
34-Regina Lamken (Holy Spirit)
1-Francesca Geromini (Mainland)
2-Tori Harris (Our Lady of Mercy)
4-Sarah Tomasello (Cedar Creek)
5-Kadinah Harris-Hood (Atlantic City)
10-Genesis Vazquez (Vineland)
12-Gabby Boggs (Mainland)
23-Georgia Schoen (Mainland)
24-Danielle DeRitis (Cape May Tech)
42-Jazzy Duverglas (Cedar Creek)