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Shaw and Farmer to play for SC in Carolinas All Star Classic

Two local players will play for South Carolina in high school basketball's version of the Shrine Bowl. Hartsville guard Jaylen Shaw and North Myrtle Beach's India Farmer will play for the Palmetto State against North Carolina's All-Stars on March 23rd at Socastee High School.

Shaw is averaging 23 points and 9 assists a game for the Red Foxes. Shaw hit the game winning basket in Hartsville's 64-62 win over Darlington on Saturday night at the Florence Civic Center to get his team to the 3A state championship game for a second straight year. The defending state champs take on Eastside at 7pm on Saturday night in Columbia. Shaw was a verbal commitment to High Point, but has re-opened his recruiting and is hearing from major Division I programs including South Carolina and Clemson.


Farmer was a 3A all-state pick for the Lady Chiefs. She had two and a half steals and nearly three blocked shots a contest during her senior season in Little River, under head coach Jude Hunt. India scored more than 1-thousand points in her high school career, and helped North Myrtle Beach go 3 rounds in the State Playoffs and is a member of the 2013 WPDE All-Hoop Zone team.


South Carolina Boys Roster

Head Coach: Mark Huff (Gaffney)

Assistant: Zach Norris




Matthew Howard
AC Flora
Guard


Charlendez Brooks
Byrnes
Center


Justin Dotson
Daniel
Guard


Davaris McGowens
Eastside
Forward


Jaylen Shaw
Hartsville
Point Guard


Tre Smith
Hillcrest
Guard


Justin McKie
Irmo
Guard


Eric Hopkins
Keenan
Guard


Tashombe Riley
Orangeburg-Wilkinson
Guard


Jaylen Reid
Rock Hill
Forward



South Carolina Girls Roster

Head Coach: Mickey Hunter (Wando)

Assistant: Tim Wood




Naomi Moore
CE Murray
Point Guard


Kenya Olley
Dorman
Forward


Alaina Coates
Dutch Fork

Center





Ashley Fields
Goose Creek
Guard


Rochelle Brophy
JL Mann
Center


Angel McGowan
JL Mann
Guard


Keira Robinson
Keenan
Guard


Kentra Washington
Mauldin
Guard


India Farmer
North Myrtle Beach
Guard


Alexis Dillard
Wade Hampton
Forward


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