LEBANON – The talents of Tippecanoe Valley’s Anne Secrest and Warsaw’s Kyle Mangas helped their respective rosters Thursday in the Indiana All-Star Games held at Lebanon High School.
Mangas, part of the Indiana Junior All-Stars, helped his club upset the Indiana Senior All-Stars 103-90. Mangas played 18 minutes and recorded four points, six rebounds and one block. The junior boys took a 47-35 lead in the first half and maintained the shoot-out pace in the second half to pull off the win.
The Junior All-Stars had five players record double-figure scoring, led by Southport’s Paul Scruggs with 17 points, who added eight rebounds, six assists, two blocks and two steals. Malik Williams (FW Snider) and Tyler Smith (Northeastern) tallied 15 points and Kris Wilkes (North Central) and Jack Nunge (Castle) each scored 14 points.
CJ Walker (Arsenal Tech) led the seniors with 18 points and Indiana Mr. Basketball Kyle Guy (Lawrence Central) had 17 points and five boards.
In the girls game, the Indiana Senior All-Stars had no trouble in disposing of the Junior All-Stars 119-67. Secrest played the most minutes (21) of anyone on the junior roster, finishing with six points on 3-5 shooting. The Valley star added four rebounds but did foul out of the game.
Madison Wise (Greenfield-Central) had 14 points and Rachel McLimore (Covenant Christian) chipped in 11 points and six steals for the Junior All-Stars.
As usual, Jackie Young was providing plenty of scoring. The Miss Basketball paced the Senior All-Stars with 21 points to go with 14 rebounds, five assists, two blocks and two steals. Lindsay Corsaro (Roncalli) finished with 21 points, Tyasha Harris (Heritage Christian) added 12 points and 11 boards, and Kristen Spolyar (Lebanon) dropped in 13 points.
The Senior All-Stars ran out to a 62-21 lead at the half and held the juniors to just 25 percent (24-98) shooting in the contest.