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2019 IndyStar Indiana Boys All-Stars named

2019 IndyStar Indiana Boys All-Stars named

13 players, 2 honorary players selected for the squad that will face Kentucky in June

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April 9, 2019                                             IBCA Director of Special Projects

Fifteen players have been selected for the 2019 IndyStar Indiana Boys All-Stars, it was announced Tuesday (April 9).
Thirteen of the chosen group will play three games in June — one exhibition game against the Indiana Junior All-Stars as well as home-and-home contests against the Kentucky All-Stars. Two of the players are being honored as All-Stars, but injuries will prevent them from participating in the games.

The 2019 Indiana Boys All-Stars, listed alphabetically, are: Ali Ali of East Noble, Cobie Barnes of Floyd Central, Jesse Bingham of Warren Central, Ethan Brittain-Watts of Culver Academy, Luke Bumbalouogh of New Castle, Armaan Franklin of Cathedral, Mason Gillis of New Castle, Alex Hemenway of Castle, Trayce Jackson-Davis of Center Grove, Dawand Jones of Ben Davis, Jake LaRavia of Lawrence Central, John Michael Mulloy of Carmel, Brandon Newman of Valparaiso, Isaiah Thompson of Zionsville and Jalen Windham of Ben Davis.

Ali and Gillis are honorary selections and will not play in the games because of injuries.

The head coach for the 2019 Boys All-Stars will be Criss Beyers, who recently stepped down as coach at Warren Central to accept the coaching job at Franklin Central. He will be assisted by Aaron Garrett of Batesville and Dave Milausnic of Lake Central.

The 2019 IndyStar Indiana Mr. Basketball will be announced from within the group of All-Stars listed above at The Star’s Indiana Sports Awards program on May 5 at Clowes Memorial Hall in Indianapolis.

The Junior-Senior exhibition game is set for June 5 at a site to be announced. The first game against Kentucky will be June 7 at Bellarmine University’s Knights Hall in Louisville. The final game against Kentucky will be June 8 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

All three dates will be doubleheaders with the IndyStar Indiana Girls All-Stars.

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