More Than a Game Charity All-Star Game (copy)

While finishing her freshman year at Wisconsin, Camp Hill grad Diamond Bragg is bringing back her More Than a Game Charity All-Star Game for the second year.

With three days days until her second charity showcase event, former Camp Hill standout Diamond Bragg unveiled her boys and girls basketball rosters for the “More Than a Game” Charity All-Star Game.

The Wisconsin freshman guard released four teams of 32 total players Monday morning ahead of the second annual all-star game, which will feature senior athletes from around District 3.

The headliners include Lancaster Catholic wing Kiki Jefferson (James Madison) and Lower Dauphin’s Luke Hedrick, and it will once again include several Sentinel-area seniors.

Trinity has three representatives this year across both games, headlined by the Division I-bound front court pair of Kassidy Ingram (Jacksonville University) and Sunshine McCrae (North Carolina-Wilmington). On the boys side is forward Patrick Walker, who helped the Shamrocks make the PIAA Class 3A championship game in March.

Rounding out the girls local contingent is Cedar Cliff point guard Ashley Hoagland, and Camp Hill shooting guard Sheridan Reid and forward/center Passion Bragg. Those three join forces on Team UTZ, which will face Team AETNA with Ingram and McCrae.

On the boys teams, Carlisle point guard Howie Rankine joins Walker on Team UPMC.

The game will be held Thursday at Harrisburg Area Community College’s Evans PE Center. The girls game begins at 6, with the boys game expected to start at 7:30. Doors open at 5, and tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students with a school ID and senior citizens.

The complete rosters:

Girls, Team UTZ

Ashley Hoagland, Cedar Cliff

Peyton Jaquis, Lancaster Catholic

Briana Seltzer, Reading

Sheridan Reid, Camp Hill

Kiki Jefferson, Lancaster Catholic

Bradi Zumbrum, Delone Catholic

Dajahnae Brannon, Harrisburg

Passion Bragg, Camp Hill

Hetta Saatman, Linden Hall

Girls, Team AETNA

Dee McCormick, Delone Catholic

Olivia Fasick, Bishop McDevitt

Marena Lonardi, Elizabethtown

Treasure George, Bishop McDevitt

Amber High, Lancaster Mennonite

Grace Day, Lower Dauphin

Kassidy Ingram, Trinity

Sunshine McCrae, Trinity

Boys, Team UPMC

Howie Rankine, Carlisle

Rynell Gantt Jr., Harrisburg

Naeem Cross, Milton Hershey

Larry Locker, Elizabethtown

Patrick Walker, Trinity

Luke Hedrick, Lower Dauphin

Andrew Williams, Lancaster Country Day

Elijah Sutton, Dover

Boys, Team Crabtree Rohrbaugh

Tyler Crespo, Manheim Township

Lorencz Jean-Baptiste, Kutztown

Marquise McClean, York High

Clovis Gallen Jr., York High

Daniel Colter, Reading

Logan Collins, Littlestown

Brian McKenzie, McCaskey

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