Roundball Shootout all-star games set for Sunday at Clark College

Some of the best senior basketball players will be featured in girls and boys events

VANCOUVER — Some of the best of the best seniors from Southwest Washington high school basketball will get one more chance to play in front of the home crowd Sunday.

The Les Schwab Tires Roundball Shootout, now it its 23rd year, will be held at Clark College. The event, organized by Shoot 360, will include a 3-point shooting contest in between the girls and boys all-star games.

Taylor Mills of La Center is one of four Wildcats selected for the 2018 Les Schwab Tires Roundball Shootout. The event, put on by Shoot 360, is a showcase for Southwest Washington senior basketball players, featuring girls and boys games. The event is Sunday at Clark College. Photo by Mike Schultz
Taylor Mills of La Center is one of four Wildcats selected for the 2018 Les Schwab Tires Roundball Shootout. The event, put on by Shoot 360, is a showcase for Southwest Washington senior basketball players, featuring girls and boys games. The event is Sunday at Clark College. Photo by Mike Schultz

The girls game will start at 5 p.m. with the boys game starting at approximately 7:15 p.m. Cost is $6 for adults, $3 for students.

For those wishing for a longer basketball experience, the Roundball Shootout also has all-star games for middle school players. The girls game is at 1 p.m. and the boys at 3 p.m.

Among the stars for the high school seniors, Class 4A Greater St. Helens League co-Player of the Year Tyler Combs of Union is expected to play. He will be teammates with league rival Samaad Hector of Skyview, who had the best week of his career at the state tournament.

Tyler Combs of Union is on the roster for Sunday’s Les Schwab Tires Roundball Shootout. The all-star games, put on by Shoot 360, feature some of the best seniors basketball players, boys and girls, from Southwest Washington. The high school games start at 5 p.m. Sunday at Clark College. Photo by Mike Schultz
Tyler Combs of Union is on the roster for Sunday’s Les Schwab Tires Roundball Shootout. The all-star games, put on by Shoot 360, feature some of the best seniors basketball players, boys and girls, from Southwest Washington. The high school games start at 5 p.m. Sunday at Clark College. Photo by Mike Schultz

On the other boys squad, Jacob Hjort of Columbia River, the 2A GSHL co-Player of the Year, is on the roster.

In the girls game, the four La Center seniors — Whitley Seter, Bethany Whitten, Molly Edwards, and Taylor Mills — all are penciled in to be teammates again in the all-star game. Courtney Clemmer, the 4A GSHL Player of the Year, is on that squad.

Payton Wangler of Hockinson, a 1,000-point career scorer and a skilled defensive player, is one of the marquee names on the other all-star roster.

Rosters for high school games

(Rosters subject to change; Some might not play due to injury)

Girls game, 5 p.m.

Red jerseys:

Jordyn Wilds, Camas
Payton Wangler, Hockinson
Dana Glovick, Woodland
McKenna Flanagan, Woodland
Nicole Christensen, Skyview
Sally Houk, Skyview
Courtney Clemmer, Camas

Black jerseys:

Whitley Seter, La Center
Bethany Whitten, La Center
Molly Edwards, La Center
Emeline Akengue, Battle Ground
Courtney Cranston, Union
Taylor Mills, La Center

Boys game, 7:15 p.m.

Red jerseys:

Dante Heitschmidt, Prairie
Eric Ryapolov, Hudson’s Bay
Jacob Hjort, Columbia River
Jeremy Harju, Evergreen
Nasseen Gutierrez, Columbia River
Jason Franklin Jr., Union
Demareya Gipson, Hudson’s Bay

Black jerseys:

Quadrese Teague, Hudson’s Bay
Tyler Combs, Union
Ben Cooke, Camas
Brock Schoene, Evergreen
Moses McEwen, Washougal
Samaad Hector, Skyview
Mason Waite, Columbia River
Tre Carlisle, Camas

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