The Kansas Basketball Coaches Association will hold its 2019 KBCA All-Star Basketball Game on Monday June 22 at Maybee Arena on the campus of Kansas Wesleyan University at 6 p.m. with the boy’s game at 8:15.

Abilene senior Hannah Willey has been selected to represent Abilene High School and will be a member of the Blue Team. The Blue Team will be coached Kevin Bordewick of Topeka-Washburn Rural, Kody Kasselman of Garden Plain and Kyle Porter of Hoyt-Royal Valley.

Willey, who will attend Washburn University and play basketball, will be joined by Addyson Emmons of Leon-Bluestem, Britney Ho of Bishop Carroll, Carly Bachelor of Washburn Rural, Cathy Farmer of St. Mary’s Colgan, Gina Ballesteros of Ulysses, Halie Jones from Maize, KayCee Miller of Golden Plains, Lauren Danahy of Garden Plain, Macy Doebele of Hanover, Madison Haney of Ulysses and Mary Broxterman of Royal Valley.

Rural Vista senior Lauren Campuzano will be a member of the White Team coached by Rick Hetzel of St. Thomas Aquinas and Pat Stiles of Central Plains.

Chapman’s Izek Jackson has been selected to play in the boys KBCA All-Star Game on the same night. Jackson will be a member of the Blue Team coached by Jesse Herrmann of Andover Central and Ed Fritz from Blue Valley Northwest.

Contact Ron Preston at sports@abilene-rc.com.

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