UConn trio set for McDonald's game
Three players targeted for Connecticut will lead the West team in the McDonald's All-American high school girls' game March 30 in Chicago.
Brianna Banks from Newnan, Ga., Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis from Anaheim, Calif., and Kiah Stokes from Marion, Iowa, are all on the West roster. They are joined by two Stanford recruits -- Amber Orrange from Houston and Bonnie Samuelson from Huntington Beach, Calif.
The East team includes Tennessee-bound Cierra Burdick from Matthews, N.C., and Ariel Massengale from Bolingbrook, Ill. Two Duke recruits -- Amber Henson from Tampa, Fla., and Elizabeth Williams from Virginia Beach, Va., are also playing for the East.
East: Cierra Burdick, Briyona Canty, Temi Fagbenle, Bria Goss, Sarah Hammond, Amber Henson, Betnijah Laney, Samantha Logic, Allyson Malott, Ariel Massengale, Bria Smith, Elizabeth Williams. Head coach: Mary Coyle Klinger, Somerset, N.J.
West: Brianna Banks, Ariya Crook-Williams, Krystal Forthan, Reshanda Gray, Justine Hartman, Morgan Jones, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Amber Orrange, Cassie Peoples, Bonnie Samuelson, Kiah Stokes, Alexyz Vaioletama. Head coach: Dorothy Gaters, Chicago, Ill.
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