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Kendrick Fountain and Juwoyn Lyles of Holly Springs participated in the all-star contest. Fountain has signed with Itawamba Community College and Lyles with Rust College.

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Micah Powers of Potts Camp was selected Player of the Game in the recent all-star game played at Itawamba Community College. Powers has signed with Blue Mountain.

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Camee Faulkner of Holly Springs was named the Offensive Player of the Game. She is pictured with Andre Jones, head coach of the Lady Hawks.

Locals participate in all-star games

Marshall County was well represented in the NEMBCA All-Star Basketball Games.

The games, coordinated by the Northeast Mississippi Basketball Coaches Associa­tion, were played at Itawam­ba Community College’s Davis Event Center in Fulton.

Holly Springs’ Kendrick Fountain and Juwoyn Lyles played on different teams in the 3A-4A-5A-6A all-star contest – Fountain for the Red and Lyles for the Blue.

The Red team won the exciting, close contest by an 84-83 final.

Fountain was two of two from the field for four points, and he also grabbed two rebounds and had a steal.

Lyles was three of three from the field and also added a free throw for seven points. He pulled down three rebounds and had two blocked shots.

Fountain has signed with ICC and Lyles with Rust College.

In the 1A-2A boys all-star game, the Blue team picked up a one-point win over the Red, 63-62.

Micah Powers of Potts Camp, a member of the Red team, received Player of the Game recognition.

Powers has signed with Blue Mountain College.

The Red claimed a 53-38 win over the Blue in the 3A-4A-5A-6A girls all-star game.

Camee Faulkner of Holly Springs scored 13 points for the Red team in the big victory and was named Offensive Player of the Game.

In the 1A-2A girls all-star contest, the Red rolled past the Blue 66-37.

Destinee Hannah of Potts Camp played for the Blue and had five rebounds.

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