2022 Indiana Basketball

The Original “Indiana Class All-Star Games”

Established in 2005.

Date and Location


Date: April 9th, 2022
Game Times: Girls-10:00 A.M., Girls-12:00 NOON, Boys-2:00 P.M.
Admission: $5.00 (for all games)
Location: Daleville Jr/Sr High School, 8400 S Bronco Dr, Daleville, IN 47334
Director: Coach Mike Walker BS MA – (765) 635-6360 or coach.mikewalker@comcast.net

NOTICE: Players are asked to report to their coaches 30 minutes before game time to receive their commemorative All-Star jersey. Players are asked to wear black game shorts. A team photo will be taken and posted on this page.


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2022 Game Recaps


2022 Summaries of PostYourT All-Star Basketball Games on April 9

By DAVE RISLEY, PostYourT S.I.D.

The 2022 PostYourT All-Star Basketball Games were held Saturday, April 9 at Daleville High School. Three games were played – two girls games and one boys game.
First Girls game: BLUE 77, Red 53

The Red jumped out to an early 11-4 lead before the Blue got going and scored seven straight points to deadlock the contest at 11-all. The Blue eventually pulled out to a lead and stretched its advantage to 39-27 at halftime.

Olivia Nickerson tallied 15 points and Addison Bowsman 10 to lead the Blue in the first 20 minutes, while Jesse Neace scored 12 points, all on three-pointers, to keep the Red within shouting distance.

The Red rallied at the beginning of the second half, outscoring the Blue 22-14 to pull to within 53-49 on a pair of Neace treys, sandwiched around a Bowsman bucket for the Blue.

But the Red had fired its last thunderbolt, as the Blue went on a 24-4 run to close out the 77-53 victory.

RED team: Melanie Leonard and Jesse Neace from Hobart; Halle Shelt of Park Tudor; Hannah Stahl from Brownstown Central; Briley Munchel of Rushville; and Shameel Clervaine (school not specified). Coaches: Brandon Hanshew from Liberty Christian and Josh Fathauer of Anderson Prep Academy.

BLUE team: Mallory Barrow and Amya Mayes from Bloomington North; Addison Bowsman and Olivia Nickerson of Twin Lakes; Nasiya Gause from Lake Station Edison; Carley Higgins of Paoli; and Kennedy Hayden of John Glenn. Coach: Terry West from Maconaquah.

Blue 77, Red 53

RED (53)

Stahl 2 0-0 5, Clervaine 3 1-3 7, Munchel 1 2-2 4, Shelt 4 1-1 12, Leonard 1 1-2 3, Neace 7 1-4 22. Totals: 18 6-12 53.

BLUE (77)

Nickerson 9 0-0 23, Bowsman 8 1-1 20, Higgins 2 1-2 5, Hayden 6 0-0 13, Barrow 1 0-0 3, Gause 3 2-3 8, Mayes 2 0-0 5. Totals: 31 4-6 77.

Red 27;26;-;53

Blue;39;38;-;77

3-point goals – Red 11 (Neace 7, Shelt 3, Stahl), Blue 11 (Nickerson 5, Bowsman 3, Hayden, Barrow, Mayes).


Second Girls game: RED 70, Blue 30

The Red took control of this contest almost from the very beginning, jumping out to a 20-8 advantage. The two teams played rather evenly for the remainder of the first half, and the Red held a 33-19 lead at intermission.

The game got away from the Blue early in the second half, as the Red tallied the first 18 points to zoom to a 51-19 advantage. The Red outscored the Blue 19-11 the rest of the way for the 70-30 win.

One interesting tidbit about this game was that the Red hit only one three-pointer during the entire 40 minutes compared to five for the Blue, but tallied 30 baskets closer to the hoop.

RED team: Jediaha Ricketts and Ajacia Griffith from Purdue Poly; Talia Harris and Alycia Triplett of Fishers; Quinn Kelly from Greenwood; Tori Eldridge of Goshen; and Maddie McSurley from New Prairie. Coach: Lauren Botaw from Fishers.

BLUE team: Nevaeh McWilliams and Rylan Byars from Rock Creek Academy; Jenna Peelman and Kieran Groover of Rising Sun; Zhamarie Broadnax and Amber Callender from Purdue Poly; Cara Clark of Edgewood; and Sydney Sierota from Silver Creek. Coach: Christina Callender from Purdue Poly.

Red 70, Blue 30

RED (70)

Griffith 6 2-3 14, Triplett 6 3-5 15, Ricketts 1 0-0 2, Harris 5 1-2 11, Eldridge 5 0-0 11, McSurley 4 0-2 8, Kelly 4 1-1 9. Totals: 31 7-13 70.

BLUE (30)

Sierota 2 1-2 6, Broadnax 0 0-0 0, Byars 0 0-0 0, Callender 0 0-0 0, Clark 1 0-0 3, Peelman 4 0-0 9, Groover 3 0-2 7, McWilliams 2 0-1 5. Totals: 12 1-5 30.

Red 33;37;-;70

Blue;19;11;-;30

3-point goals – Red 1 (Eldridge), Blue 5 (Sierota, Clark, Peelman, Groover, McWilliams).


Boys game: RED 89, Blue 85

This contest was the closest one of the day and wasn’t decided until the final seconds.

There were multiple ties in the first half, including 17-17 and 21-21 until the Blue outscored the Red 10-5 to grab a 31-26 advantage. The Blue held a slight lead the rest of the initial period, and led 41-39 at intermission.

Red Coach Ashley Fouch must have said something inspiring to her troops during the five-minute halftime break, as the Red outscored the Blue 16-3 early in the second 25-minute half to zoom into a 55-44 lead.

The Blue then outscored the Red 11-3 to pull to within 58-55 before the Red went on a 15-3 run to grab the largest lead of the game for either side, 15 points, at 73-58.

The Blue outscored the Red 14-6 to pull back to within 79-72 with 3:30 remaining in the contest. After the Red went up 81-73, a furious late Blue rally, spurred by a full-court press, pulled it to within 85-82.

After a Red turnover, the Blue’s Robert Fitch was fouled attempting a three-pointer with six seconds left in the game. Fitch sank all three free throws for an 85-85 tie, and the game looked as if it were headed for sudden-death overtime.

However, the Red’s Cam Leisure was fouled attempting a shot from behind the arc with 1.6 seconds remaining and canned the first two charity tosses for an 87-85 Red advantage.

Leisure missed the third freebie, but the Red’s James Long rebounded the ball and put it back into the basket at the buzzer to account for the final four-point margin of victory, 89-85.

Both teams exhibited well-balanced scoring, as they each had five players finish with double figures in points.

RED team: Cam Leisure, Meryck Adams, and Dylan Scott from Daleville; Connor McNab and Patrick Schott of Perry Meridian; James Long and Simeon James from Purdue Poly; Logan Rohrer of Lawrenceburg; and Joseph Burke from Randolph Southern. Coach: Ashley Fouch from Daleville.

BLUE team: Quorbin McDavid, Quentin McDavid, and Antony Carty from Randolph Southern; Dakota Walters and Jeter Edwards of Greensburg; Hayden Hornocker and Lincoln Fathauer from Anderson Prep Academy; Robert Fitch of Lewis Cass; Xzander Hammonds from Edgewood; and Santanna Williams of Evansville Christian. Coach: Josh Fathauer from Anderson Prep Academy.

Red 89, Blue 85

RED (89)

Long 6 0-0 14, Leisure 2 2-3 7, James 6 0-2 12, Scott 3 1-2 7, McNab 3 0-0 8, Burke 4 3-5 11, Adams 3 1-2 10, Rohrer 3 0-3 7, Schott 6 0-0 13. Totals: 36 7-17 89.

BLUE (85)

Hammonds 2 0-0 4, Fitch 4 3-3 12, Fathauer 3 0-0 9, Quen. McDavid 4 0-0 11, Quor. McDavid 0 0-0 0, Carty 5 1-2 12, Hornocker 2 0-0 5, Edwards 5 1-1 12, Walters 3 8-11 14, Williams 2 0-0 6. Totals: 30 13-17 85.

Red 39;50;-;89

Blue;41;44;-;85

3-point goals – Red 10 (Adams 3, Long 2, McNab 2, Leisure, Rohrer, Schott), Blue 12 (Fathauer 3, Quen. McDavid 3, Williams 2, Fitch, Carty, Hornocker, Edwards).

2021 Team Rosters


GAME ONE: Girls – 10:00 A.M.

Red Team
Halle Shelt, Park Tudor – G
Madison Jobe, Purdue Poly (E.) – G
Lailah Hadley, Purdue Poly (E.) – PG
Hannah Stahl, Brownstown Cent. – G
Melanie Leonard, Hobart – F/P
Jesse Neace, Hobart – G
Briley Munchel, Rushville – PG
Emma Ortiz, Hobart – SG
Blue Team
Mallory Barrow, Bloomington N. – F
Ava Reitmeyer, Bloomington N. – PG
Amya Mayes, Bloomington N. – F/C
Addison Bowsman, Twin Lakes – PG
Olivia Nickerson, Twin Lakes – G
Nasiya Gause, Lake Station – SG
Carley Higgins, Paoli – G/F
Kennedy Hayden, John Glenn – PG

GAME TWO: Girls – 12:00 NOON

Red Team
Jediaha Ricketts, Purdue Poly (E) – G
Quinn Kelly, Greenwood – F
Talia Harris, Fishers – PG
Alycia Triplett, Fishers – F
Tori Eldridge, Goshen – G/F
Maddie McSurley, New Prairie – F
Ajacia Griffith, Purdue Poly – GF
Blue Team
Nevaeh McWilliams, Rock Creek – GF
Rylan Byars, Rock Creek – G
Cara Clark, Edgewood – G
Jenna Peelman, Rising Sun – F
Kieran Groover, Rising Sun – W
Zhamarie Broadnax, Purdue Poly SB – PG
Amber Callender, Purdue Poly SB – PG
Sydney Sierota, Silver Creek – G

GAME THREE: Boys – 2:00 P.M.

Red Team
Cam Leisure, Daleville – PG
Connor McNab, Perry Meridian – F
Patrick Schott, Perry Meridian – P/F
Logan Rohrer, Lawrenceburg – PG
James Long, Purdue Poly (E) – G
Christian Perkins, Purdue Poly (E) – F
Simeon James, Purdue Poly – PG
Meryck Adams, Daleville – G
Luke Saylor, Heritage – G
Joseph Burke, Randolph Southern – G
Dylan Scott, Daleville – G
Blue Team
Robert Fitch, Lewis Cass – PG
Dakota Walters, Greensburg – F
Jeter Edwards, Greensburg – G/F
Quorbin McDavid, Randolph Southern – G
Quentin McDavid, Randolph Southern – G
Santanna Williams, Evansville Christian – G
Hayden Hornocker, Anderson Prep – F
Xzander Hammonds, Edgewood – PG
Lincoln Fathauer, Anderson Prep – G
Jarrett Turner, Edinburgh – G
Antony Carty, Randolph Southern – F
Carter Abshear, Randolph Southern – F

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