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List of Kentucky boys' all-stars who will play Indiana

Dominique Hawkins snipped a piece of the net after Madison Central won the 2013 Sweet Sixteen state tournament. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Dominique Hawkins snipped a piece of the net after Madison Central won the 2013 Sweet Sixteen state tournament. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

Madison Central's Dominique Hawkins, Mr. Basketball, heads the roster of Kentucky All-Stars who will play Indiana this year.

Hawkins will wear the No. 1 jersey when the boys from the Bluegrass play the Hoosier all-stars on June 14 in Freedom Hall in Louisville, and June 15 in Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Ken-Jah Bosley, Hawkins' teammate who hit the game-winning three-pointer in the state finals against Ballard, also made the team.

Jack Whitman of Lexington Catholic is also on the roster, as are Montgomery County teammates Omar Prewitt and Tyler Jones.

Allen Feldhaus Jr. of state champion Madison Central will coach the Kentucky boys.


All-Stars

Dominique Hawkins, Madison Central

Ken-Jah Bosley, Madison Central

Devonte Grundy, Bardstown

Darryl Hicks, Trinity

Stuart Jackson, Central

Tyler Jones, Montgomery Co.

Ray Kasongo, Pikeville

Jordan Majors, Hopkinsville

Omar Prewitt, Montgomery Co.

Rusty Troutman, Bullitt East

Jack Whitman, Lexington Catholic

Derek Willis, Bullitt East

junior all-stars

Nineteen players were chosen to represent Kentucky in the junior all-star games against Indiana on June 7-8. Mason County's Chris O'Hearn will coach the Kentucky juniors.

Brent Bach, Augusta

Darion Burns, Fleming Co.

Christen Cunningham, Henry Clay

Jackson Davis, Lafayette

Tre Edwards, Hopkinsville

Trent Gilbert, Scott County

Jordan Green, Henry Clay

Trey Grundy, Henry Clay

Shane Hall, Johnson Central

LaMontray Harris, PRP

Brandon Hatton, Dixie Heights

D'Angelo Hunter, PRP

Trey Ivory, Trinity

Justin Johnson, Perry Central

Kelan Martin, Ballard

Jaelin Sanford, Moore

Robert Shaw, St. Xavier

Hunter Shelton, Apollo

Quentin Snider, Ballard

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