Rosters Selected For New CABC High School Fall Basketball League

Friday, September 6, 2013

Over 90 players were at a tryout for the new CABC High School Fall Basketball League.

There are over 28 area schools represented.

The opening games will be next Thursday at CSAS at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Here are the rosters: 

North Carolina    

Amedeo Giussani

Matt Clendenon

Chase Janow

Eddie Hitchcock

QD Cox

Zach Jenkins

Hank Norton

Kolbi Suttles

Malik McConnell

Jarek Boyd 

Coach Blaine Brewer

Michigan State             

 Tyler Bird

Clint Bell

Alex Watkins

Dqwan Hardwick

Devante Jones

Jordan Atkins

Brandon Lewis

Teron Hayes

Jeremiah Nason

Colby Arendale

Coach Nick Fike

Old Dominion                    

 Abdulhakim Ado

Ezekial Balogan

Vilius Nauseda

Alec Rattanaxay

Daniel Oliver

Dylan Frechette

Nathaniel Collins

Caleb Storey

Preston Pickett

Matt Harveston

Coach Jonathon Adams

Vandy                  

 Blake McCloud

Eric Hale

Cody Sanders

Jaylon Gaines

Josh Fikkert

Aaron Jones

Brandon McQueen

Chandler Abbott

Justice Almeda

Zach Dean

Coach David Helton

Duke                                   

 Austin Walker

 Justus McMillan

Jalen Smith

Stefon Jackson

 Riley Dempsey

Sam Lupas

Spencer King

Triston Spradling

Joshua Carter

Brandon Houston

Coach Chris Edge

Chattanooga                      

 Silas Adheke

 Stefan Roknic

 Laurynas Vaitkus

 Jordan Long

 Jermichael Pool

 Rodney Benford

 Darius Graves

 Nick Moore

 Sam Allison

 Griffin Palmer

Coach Zach Ferrell

 


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