Walnut Grove's Tavia Rowell (left) and Surprise Munie of Vancouver's Britannia Bruins will oppose each other in the Futures portion of the Lower Mainland vs. Fraser Valley girls high school basketball all-star game Tuesday at Burnaby's St. Thomas More Collegiate. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Lower Mainland vs. Fraser Valley: Full rosters for 2018 girls high school all-star games Tuesday at STM

BURNABY — The B.C. high school Lower Mainland vs. Fraser Valley all-star basketball games will be played Tuesday evening at Burnaby’s St. Thomas More Collegiate.

The Futures Games, for players Grade 9-11, tips off at 5:30 p.m., with the seniors game doing likewise at 7:15 p.m.

Here’s a look at the rosters for both teams:



New Westminster Hyacks’ Sarah Forgie (left) and Walnut’s Grove’s Jessica Wisotzki are both back in this season’s Fraser Valley-Lower Mainland girls high school all-star game. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)

Abby Zawada (Richmond-R.A, McMath), Alex Walker (North Vancouver-Carson Graham), Chloe Walton (North Vancouver-Argyle), Devin Strome (New Westminster), Jenelle McComb (North Vancouver-Handsworth), Kirstin Abo (Richmond-McNair), Lucy Guan (Vancouver-Britannia), Malena Mokhovikova (Vancouver-Britannia), Rachel Feenan (Vancouver-Little Flower Academy), Sarah Forgie (New Westminster), Syler MacDonald (Vancouver-Lord Byng), Tanis Metcalfe (North Vancouver-Carson Graham)


Lord Tweedsmuir’s Shelvin Grewal wraps up her high school career representing the Fraser Valley all-stars.(Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)

ROSTER — Natalie Rathler (Langley-Walnut Grove), Sienna Lenz (Abbotsford), Sydney Fetterly (Abbotsford), Sophia Klassen (Sardis), Hailey Counsell (Port Moody-Heritage Woods), Madison Draayers (Abbotsford-Yale), Shaelynn Tolerton (Surrey-Holy Cross), Brooklyn Golt (Langley-Brookswood), Emma Kramer (Surrey-Sullivan Heights), Amanda Pearson (Surrey-Fraser Heights), Shelvin Grewal (Surrey-Lord Tweedsmuir), Harneet Sidhu (Surrey-Lord Tweedsmuir), Sapna Deo (Abbotsford-Yale), Nicole Peters (Abbotsford-MEI), Jaya Bannerman (Chilliwack-G.W. Graham)



Riverside’s Jessica Parker (right) and Argyle’s Camie Ward will both partake in Tuesday’s Futures all-star game. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)

ROSTER — Camie Ward (North Vancouver-Argyle), Emma Stewart-Barnett (Burnaby-St. Thomas More), Gemma Cutler (North Vancouver-St. Thomas Aquinas), Jalynne Huynh (Burnaby Central), Janel Tantengco (Vancouver-Killarney), Jenna Tobias (Whistler), Jessica Clark (North Vancouver-St. Thomas Aquinas), Julia Strigl (North Vancopuver-Handsworth), Kanon Iwachi (New Westminster), Kara Moscovitz (Richmond-Hugh Boyd), Liz Kennedy (Richmond-R.A. McMath), Pietra Kamstra (Whistler), Surprise Munie (Vancouver-Britannia), Yvonna Acimovic (Vancouver-Lord Byng)


Langley’s Christian’s Makenna Gardner plays in Tuesday’s Futures all-star game at STM. (Howard Tsumura photo property of VarsityLetters.ca)

ROSTER — Nikki Cabuco (Coquitlam-Dr. Charles Best), Jayden Gill (Abbotsford-Rick Bateman), Makenna Gardner (Langley Christian), Kyla Smith (Abbotsford-MEI), Jessica Parker (PoCo-Riverside), Sammy Shields (PoCo-Riverside), Jessica Wisotzki (Langley-Walnut Grove), Tavia Rowell (Langley-Walnut Grove), Marin Lenz (Abbotsford), Faith Dut (Surrey-Semiahmoo), Izzy Forsyth (Surrey-Semiahmoo), Grace Killins (Coquitlam-Centennial), Tana Pankratz (Abbotsford-Yale), Emily Instant (Port Moody-Heritage Woods), Deanna Tuchscherer (Chilliwack-G.W. Graham), Aliza Dueck (Chilliwack-G.W. Graham), Jenna Dyck (Langley-Brookswood), Sophia Kramer (Surrey-Sullivan Heights)

(Note — each school was restricted to having no more than three total players between the two divisions)

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