The University of Saint Francis, host site for the Nancy Rehm Border Wars, has announced the full schedule and rosters for this year’s event. The annual games will take place on Sunday, April 28.
Tryouts took place on April 17 before the rosters were announced on April 18.
Headlining the boys team will be Outside the Huddle Player of the Year Frankie Davidson of Blackhawk Christian and OTH All-Area player Brent Cox of East Noble. They will be joined by Wayne’s Timon Kinnie, Cameron Starks and Shawn Ferrell, Bishop Dwenger’s Matt Kochanski and Hayden Smithey, Angola’s Jack Hilyard, Bluffton’s Johnathan Irwin, Homestead’s Zac Bradtmiller and Trent Loomis, Central Noble’s Ridley Zolman and New Haven’s Chyron Primas and Demarea Dial.
Blackhawk Christian coach Marc Davidson will again lead Indiana against their opponents from Ohio.
The opposing Ohio team features three future Division I players in Caden Kiekamp (Ball State), Isaac Elsasser (Bowling Green) and Javin Etzler (Miami of Ohio).
The Indiana girls team will be coached by Karl Grau, who has led Bluffton to back to back Sectional titles.
The girls team will be led by Outside the Huddle Player of the Year Grace Hunter of Bellmont as well as OTH All-Area players Sydney Freeman of Central Noble and Sylare Starks of Homestead. Joining those three will be Warsaw’s Maddie Ryman, Norwell’s Aubrey Dunnuck, Homestead’s Julia Huey, Haley Swing and Liv Seifert, Tippecanoe Valley’s Sophie Bussard and Northrop’s Treva Datcher.
Four future Division I players await as part of team Ohio: Jala Johnson (Loyola-Chicago), Erin Kaufman (Toledo), Ashley Schroeder (Ohio State) and Danielle Lange (Wright State).
The games at Saint Francis’ Hutzell Center will include future Cougars in Smithey and Dunnuck. The girls game will start at 2 p.m. on April 28 with the boys tipoff just after 4:20. A dunk contest will take place between games. At halftime of the girls game, the boys will participate in a three point contest with the girls three point contest happening at halftime of the boys game.