CITY/COUNTY SENIOR BASKETBALL ALL-STAR GAME

When: Friday, 6 p.m.

Where: Poly (girls) and Dunbar (boys)

GIRLS

Baltimore County

1 - Trine’ Bracey, Woodlawn, guard

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2 - Korai Bowen, Pikesville, guard

3 - Maniya Simon, Eastern Tech, guard

10 - Brooke Parker, Carver A&T, center

11 - Morgan Erhardt, Dulaney, forward

21 - Molly Shelley, Sparrows Point, forward

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22 - Tatyanna Stevens, Lansdowne, forward

23 - Sarah Szalcyk, Dulaney, guard

31 - Ryanne Coleman, Carver A&T, forward

32 - Serafina Stubbs, Owings Mills, forward

41 - Jayda Mayles, Pikesville, guard

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42 - Leslie Howe, Towson, guard

43 - Lauren Orner, Hereford, guard

51 - Leah Vacin, Catonsville, guard

Coach: Michael Dukes, Pikesville

After helping Pikesville to a third straight Class 1A title last weekend at the University of Maryland, Jayda Mayles (44) will suit up for Baltimore County Friday evening for City/County girls match at Poly. (Scott Serio for The Baltimore Banner)

Baltimore City

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1 - Unique Santiago, Carver Vo-Tech, guard

2 - Taylor Addison, Poly, guard

10 - Trinity Massenburg, Poly, forward/center

21 - Lorissa Mitchell, Lake Clifton/REACH, forward

23 - Cindy Pastora, Digital Harbor, forward/guard

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31 - Riley Holliday, Poly, forward

32 - Brianna Johnson, Poly, guard

41 - Zion McCoy, Digital Harbor, guard

42 - Kallique Goodie, Carver Vo-Tech, center

51 - Treasure Scott, Digital Harbor, center

Coach: Kendall Peace-Able, Poly

Poly's Trinity Massenburg (10) pulls down a rebound against Howard in last weekend's Class 3A state final at the University of Maryland. The George Mason University-bound post will play for Baltimore City Friday evening at Poly. (Steve Ruark for The Baltimore Banner)

BOYS

Baltimore County

1 - Donald Brown, Dundalk, guard

2 - Lance Porter, Randallstown, guard

3 - Caron Smith, Parkville, guard

10 - Kole Beaman, Western Tech, guard

11 - Eric Zhang, Dulaney, guard

21 - Arrington Greenfield, New Town, guard

22 - Cole Harshman, Catonsville,

23 - Angelo Harris, Lansdowne,

31 - Blake Neverdon, Pikesville

32 - James Thompson, Chesapeake-Baltimore County, forward

41 - Jayden Baker, Loch Raven, forward

42 - Cam Sparrow, New Town, guard/forward

43 - Stefan Mackanja, Perry Hall, forward

50 - Patrick Wynne, Dulaney, center

51 - Favor Okigweh, Parkville, center

Coach: Derek Wise, New Town

Caron Smith (5) goes to the basket for a lay up for Parkville during last weekend's Class 4A state boys basketball title game at the University of Maryland. Smith, who helped the Knights capture their first state title, will play for Baltimore County in the annual City/County Senior All-Star basketball game at Dunbar Friday. (Terrance Williams for The Baltimore Banner)

Baltimore City

1 - Marcus Green, Dunbar, guard

2 - Camerin Horton, City, forward

3 - Kyree Smith, City, guard

10 - Diquan Green, Carver Vo-Tech, guard

11 - Christian Smith, Edmondson, guard

21 - Elijah Smith, Mervo, guard

22 - Daniel Parsons, City, guard/forward

23 - Quinton Monroe, Lake Clifton, guard/forward

31 - Juelz Costello, Benjamin Franklin, guard

41 - Christian Hilton-Bey, Carver Vo-Tech, forward

42 - Zammari Dorsey, Lake Clifton, guard

43 - Kenneth Estep, Poly, forward/guard

50 - Jalian Robinson, Mervo, center/forward

51 - Jabrecho Dacosta, Forest Park, center

Coach: Omarr Smith, City

Lake Clifton's Quentin Monroe puts up a shot over Dunbar's Gary Suite during Friday's Baltimore City boys basketball contest. Monroe scored 27 points as the No. 5 Lakers topped the 13th-ranked Poets, 68-34, in East Baltimore.
Lake Clifton's Quentin Monroe puts up a shot over Dunbar's Gary Suite during Friday's Baltimore City boys basketball contest. Monroe scored 27 points as the No. 5 Lakers topped the 13th-ranked Poets, 68-34, in East Baltimore. (Jimmy Fields Sr.)