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The 20th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Basketball Classic was held March 19th at the Pelham Civic Complex in Pelham, Alabama.

You can watch the archived video of the girls and boys games on this page:

The Alabama boys squad, selected by the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association's Basketball All-Star Committee, selected Class 1A state tournament MVP Damien Carr to the 15-member team along with other state tournament MVPs Neiko Hunter of Greene County (3A), Ralph Floyd of Ramsay (4A) and Josh Langford of Lee-Huntsville (5A).

Also named to the boys squad is University of Virginia early signee K.T. Harrell of Brewbaker Tech of Montgomery.

Coaches for the Alabama squad are Ramsay's Kelly Cheatham and Greene County's Rodney Wesley. Cheatham's Rams went 24-8 and beat Brewbaker Tech in the finals to claim the Class 4A championship earlier this month in Birmingham. Wesley led Greene County's Tigers to a 23-7 record and the Class 3A state championship with a win over Madison Academy in the finals.

Coaching the Alabama girls team will be Reggie Ware of Midfield and Herbert Blackmon of J.F. Shields. Ware's Lady Patriots (18-13) won the Class 4A title for the fourth consecutive year. Blackmon's Lady Panthers won the Class 1A crown while finishing the season at 29-0 as the AHSAA's only undefeated team in 2009-10.

Three girls named to the Alabama all-star squad earned MVP awards at last week's Final 48 tourney—Guards KaTia May of Sumter County (3A), Jazmine Saxton of Fairfield (5A) and Meghan Dunn of Hoover (6A)—and led their respective teams to state championships. 
               
Also named to the squad was Courtney Strain of Woodland, an Auburn signee who finished her prep career with 5,283 points as the AHSAA's all-time scoring leader.

The complete rosters include:               

ALABAMA GIRLS ROSTER

G-Megham Dunn, Hoover

F-Miranda Liles, Brooks

G-KaTia May,Sumter County

C-Shanece McKinney, LeFlore

F-Mekena Randall, Bob Jones

F-Erin Reynolds, Russellville

C-Destiny Samuels,Ramsay

G-Jazmine Saxton,Fairfield

C-Tiffany Stephens, Bessemer City

G-Courtney Strain,Woodland

F-Tyrese Tanner,Hoover

G-Brittany Young,Midfield 

COACHES

Reggie Ware,Midfield

Herbert Blackmon, J.F.Shields

Brenda Mayes,Muscle Shoals (Administrative) 

ALABAMA BOYS ROSTER

c-Brandon Battle, R.C. Hatch

G-QuaShawn Carpenter,Greene County

G-Damien Carr,Edward Bell

F-Coty Clarke,Pinson Valley

G-Ralph Floyd,Ramsay

G-Keylon Harrell,Brewbaker Tech

F-Neiko Hunter,Greene County

F-Quintarius Hutchinson,Anniston

F-Kendal Jennings,Sparkman

F-Josh Langford,Lee-Huntsville

G-Terrance Smith,Russellville

G-Ralston Turner,Muscle Shoals 

COACHES

Kelly Cheatham,Ramsay

Rodney Wesley,Greene County

Jaime Lee,Decatur (Administrative) 

 

ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI CLASSIC YEAR-BY YEAR HISTORY

   
               

GIRLS 

             

Year 

Winner 

Score 

Loser 

Score 

Site 

   

2009

Alabama

81

Mississippi

73

Pelham CC

 

2008

Alabama

89

Mississippi

86 OT

Pelham CC

 

2007

Alabama

90

Mississippi

65

Pelham CC

 

2006

Mississippi

89

Alabama

80

Pelham CC

 

2005

Mississippi

101

Alabama

83

Pelham CC

 

2004

Alabama

114

Mississippi

78

Pelham CC

 

2003

Mississippi

95

Alabama

82

Pelham CC

 

2002

Alabama

76

Mississippi

71

Miss. College, Clinton

2001

Alabama

87

Mississippi

76

North Alabama, Florence

2000

Mississippi

87

Alabama

82

Holmes JUCO, Goodman, Ms.

1999

Alabama

95

Mississippi

85

North Alabama, Florence

1998

Alabama

105

Mississippi

84

Miss. College, Clinton

1997

Alabama

60

Mississippi

54

North Alabama, Florence

1996

Mississippi

88

Alabama

72

Miss. College, Clinton

1995

Alabama

80

Mississippi

77

North Alabama, Florence

1994

Mississippi

92

Alabama

84

Miss. College, Clinton

1993

Alabama

73

Mississippi

66

North Alabama, Florence

1992

Mississippi

74

Alabama

61

Miss. College, Clinton

1991

Mississippi

82

Alabama

66

North Alabama, Florence

Series record: Alabama, 11 wins; Mississippi, 8 wins. 

     
               

BOYS

             

Year

Winner

Score

Loser

Score

Site

   

2009

Alabama

78

Mississippi

74

Pelham CC

 

2008

Alabama

101

Mississippi

99

Pelham CC

 

2007

Mississippi

118

Alabama

113

Pelham CC

 

2006

Mississippi

94

Alabama

87

Pelham CC

 

2005

Alabama

84

Mississippi

79

Pelham CC

 

2004

Alabama

87

Mississippi

86

Pelham CC

 

2003

Mississippi

82

Alabama

80

Pelham CC

 

2002

Mississippi

98

Alabama

67

Miss. College, Clinton

2001

Mississippi

87

Mississippi

83

North Alabama, Florence

2000

Alabama

90

Alabama

82

Miss. College, Clinton

1999

Alabama

95

Mississippi

68

North Alabama, Florence

1998

Alabama

111

Mississippi

76

Miss. College, Clinton

1997

Alabama

110

Mississippi

91

North Alabama, Florence

1996

Mississippi

105

Alabama

97

Miss. College, Clinton

1995

Alabama

85

Mississippi

69

North Alabama, Florence

1994

Mississippi

123

Alabama

111

Miss. College, Clinton

1993

Mississippi

82

Alabama

75

North Alabama, Florence

1992

Mississippi

73

Alabama

71

Miss. College, Clinton

1991

Alabama

103

Mississippi

62

North Alabama, Florence

Series record: Alabama, 10 wins, Mississippi, 9 wins.

     
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