13 area players, 3 coaches in OVAC star games

Boys’ and girls’ hoops contests April 7, in Ohio
Submitted to The Dominion Post
Morgantown High girls’ basketball coach Adam Henkins will have six local players on the team he helps coach in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference (OVAC) all-star game.
MHS boys’ coach Tom Yester and Clay-Battelle coach Josh Kisner will have seven area standouts on their West Virginia squad that will take on Ohio.
The games are scheduled for April 7, with the girls playing at 3 p.m. and the boys at 5:30 p.m. The games will be held at the Fitness Center at Ohio University Eastern, in St. Clairsville, Ohio.
The roster for the state girls’ team:
Emily Puskarich, Wheeling Park; Nicolette Sellitti, Madonna; Kayla Boggs, University; Caroline Colombo, Morgantown; MaKayla Wilkins, Clay-Battelle ; Haley Robb, Wheeling Park; Breann Dean, Clay-Battelle; Colleen Mc-Cormick, Wheeling Central; Kylie Howard, John Marshall; Shelva Burns, Weir; Leah Taylor, Morgantown; Emily Bucon, Wheeling Central; Neely Benline, Cameron; Kristin Lewicki, John Marshall; and Hayley Harrison, University.
John Marshall’s Mark McCormick will also coach the girls.
The boys’ team:
Darren Heintzman, Tyler; Cody Triplett, Trinity; Travis Tomer, University; Mark Walker, Cameron; Eric Johnson, Brooke; Anthony Ghiardi, Trinity; S. Dean Marshall, Morgantown; Cody Howell, Oak Glen; Nathan Adrian, Morgantown; Austin Agnew, Morgantown; Doug Dennis, Parkersburg South; Evan Magers, John Marshall; Logan Opyoke, Clay-Battelle; Brandon Wallace, Wheeling Central; Mark Winters, Magnolia; Wes Mitchem, Parkersburg South; and Hunter Wallace, Brooke.