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CBH-Cornbelt all-star basketball game scheduled for Tuesday

ALEXANDRIA -- The annual all-star game between the Custer Battlefield Highway and Cornbelt conferences will be held Tuesday in Alexandria. The games feature senior boys and girls basketball players from schools in both conferences and will be pla...

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ALEXANDRIA - The annual all-star game between the Custer Battlefield Highway and Cornbelt conferences will be held Tuesday in Alexandria.

The games feature senior boys and girls basketball players from schools in both conferences and will be played at Hanson High School. The girls contest will start at 5:30 p.m., followed by the boys at 7 p.m.

Coaches from Dakota Wesleyan University and Mount Marty College will coach the respective teams. The list of participants is listed below.

Girls

Cornbelt Conference:

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Freeman: Erika Sage; Howard: Bailey Rudebusch, Macy Erickson, Sara Borgers, Cayla Koepsell and Martina Albrecht; Bridgewater-Emery: Kadra Kayser; Canistota: Kalli Ortman; Hanson: Ashley Moe, Hannah Marquardt

Custer Battlefield Highway Conference:

Ethan: Amanda Miller, Ellie Hohn, Janae Gustafson, Kacey Bartscher; Sanborn Central/Woonsocket: Myah Selland, Kayla Olson, Maddie Vermeulen; Mt. Vernon/Plankinton: Stephanie Faulhaber; Kimball/White Lake: Whitney Hinker, Brooklyn Donald, Nikki Reuland

Boys

Cornbelt Conference:

Bridgewater-Emery: Sam Arend, Colton Plagmann, Cade Schmitt; Hanson: Thomas Arend; Canistota: Cole Anderson, Jacob White Lance; Menno: Dom Lehr, Jacob Hertz; Howard: Connor Hamilton

Custer Battlefield Highway Conference:

Mount Vernon/Plankinton: Devin Rihanek, Cody Muilenburg, Taylen Trisco, Hayden Schmidt; Corsica-Stickney: Clayton Menning, Hunter Johnson, Josh Moser, Kyle Menning; Sanborn Central/Woonsocket: Wyatt Feistner, Logan Feistner; Kimball/White Lake: Josh Taylor; Mitchell Christian: Zach Bosworth

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