(04/01/2005)
Parkersburg, WV - The Battle Against Cystic Fibrosis rages on with the 4th annual West Virginia vs. Ohio Basketball Classic tonight at Parkersburg South High School.

All proceeds from the game benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

The Girls contest will tip-off at 6 p.m. During halftime of the girls game, the Boys Skill Competitions will take place: slam dunk, 3-point shooting, and free-throw shooting. After the girls game is completed, the River Valley Skippers will perform.

Players on the West Virginia Girls roster coached by Scott Stephens (Parkersburg South) and Kent Yoho (Tyler Consolidated) are: Katie Blatt (5'-8" Guard, Magnolia); Erica Elliott (5'-9" Forward, Paden City); Michelle Cobb (6'-1" Center, Parkersburg); Stephany Windland (5'-9" Forward, Parkersburg Catholic); Michelle Molinari (5'-7" Forward, Parkersburg South); Rachel Wolfe (5'-7" Forward, Parkersburg South); Jill Stephens (6'-3" Center, Parkersburg South); Cara Waybright (5'-4" Guard, Ripley); Maggie Hager (5'-7" Guard/Forward, Ripley); Vanessa Ridgway (5'-9" Forward, Ritchie County); Shandi White (5'-8" Guard, Roane County); Lyncee Perkey (5'-10" Forward, Tyler Consolidated); Lacey Mills (5'-8" Forward, Wirt County).

Player on the Ohio Girls roster coached by Rick Edwards (Reedsville Eastern) and Rick Isaly (Hanibal River) are: Jamie Ankrom (5'-8" Guard, Beallsville); Whitney Blackburn (5'-6" Guard, Belpre); Shawna Mincks (5'-3" Point Guard, Belpre); Madison Stephens (5'-9" Forward, Belpre); Brittni Borrero (5'-9" Forward, Buckey Trail); Shanna Swan (5'-3" Point Guard, Hannibal River); Katy Nau (5'-9" Forward, Marietta); Gretchen Pawloski (5'-8" Guard, Marietta); Morgan Weber (5'-8" Guard, Reedsville Eastern); Jen Hayman (5'-7" Forward, Reedsville Eastern); Summer Baumgard (5'-11" Guard, Warren); Miranda Tompkins (5'-5" Guard, Warren); Lacey Holbert (5'-5" Guard, Warren).

The boys basketball game will tip-off at approximately 8 p.m.. During halftime of the boys game, the Girls Skills Competitions will take place: 3-point shooting and free-throw shooting.

Players on the West Virginia Boys roster coached by Clyde Brewer (Parkersburg) and Fred King (Paden City) are: Jake Perkins (6'-3" Forward, Calhoun County); Nathan Tallman (6'-5" Center, Magnolia); Cory Hammel (6'-0" Guard, Paden City); Anthony Sapp (6'-3" Forward, Paden City); Chris Strcula (6'-0" Guard, Parkersburg); Sean Michael (6'-4" Forward, Parkersburg); Anthony Smith (6'-7" Forward/Center, Parkersburg); Nate Black (6'-0" Guard, Parkersburg Catholic); Austin McGee (6'-4" Forward, Parkersburg South); Reece Holtz (6'-3" Forward, Parkersburg South); Tyler Bush (6'-2" Forward, Parkersburg South); Luke Parsons (5'-10" Point Guard, Ripley); Austin Jones (6'-0" Guard, Ritchie County); Jonas Phares (5'-11" Guard, Wirt County); Jarred Watson (6'-2" Forward, Wirt County).

Players on the Ohio Boys roster coached by Tom Evans (Morgan County) and Joe Butcher (Federal Hocking) are: Casey Tolzda (5'-11" Guard, Beallsville); Jeff Mendenhall (6'-0" Guard, Fort Frye); Cody Hornsby (5'-11" Guard, Federal Hocking); Ian Butcher (6'-0" Guard, Federal Hocking); Daun Lutes (6'-6" Center, Frontier); Jeremy Stimpert (6'-0" Guard, Hannibal River); Ben Howlett (6'-0" Guard, Marietta); Carl Wolfe, Jr. (6'-2" Guard, Meigs); Tyler Graham (5'-10" Guard, Monroe Central); Brian Southall (6'-4" Forward, Morgan County); Sam Lahmers (6'-6" Center, Morgan County); Adam Dillard (5'-9" Point Guard, Eastern); Josh Beebe (6'-0" Guard, Warren); Carson Leach (6'-2" Forward, Warren); Jered Mitchem (6'-0" Forward, Warren).

For more information about the game, contact Bill Camp at 304-483-8922.


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