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    Hampton Roads All Star Classic recap

    Area hoops fans were treated to a postseason snack with the inaugural Hampton Roads All-Star Classic tipping off this past Sunday at Norfolk Christian Upper School. The event, powered by Under Armour and hosted by JARCAM Hoops, featured four, exhilarating contests displaying the immense amount talent in the Hampton Roads area.

    Class of 2022 prospect Dajon Dawson (Ruffner MS) earned MVP honors of the Future Game, leading Team Blue to a thrilling win to open the All-Star Classic. Dawson, who finished with a game-high 24 points, is a crafty guard that can score on all levels.  The 8th grader will definitely be a prospect to watch as he heads to the high school level. 

    Next up was the Rising Stars contest featuring some of the area’s top class of 2020 and 2021 prospects. Maury High School sophomore Clarence Rupert earned the MVP award, leading Team Red with 19 points. Rupert, at 6-foot-5, is a versatile wing that showed the ability to step out to the perimeter and knock down shots during the Rising Stars Game.

    Grassfield senior Reagan Jackson earned her second Most Valuable Player award of the weekend, leading Team Blue over Team Red in the Senior Girls Game. Jackson, a First-Team all-state selection this past season, remains one of the top unsigned class of 2018 prospects in Hampton Roads after averaging 18.3 points, 8.6 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.9 steals during the high school season.  Bethune Cookman signee Camary Harris (Kings Fork) added 13 points for Team Blue.

    In the final contest of the day, Green Run’s Ashley James led Team Red to victory earning MVP honors. James, should pick up some recruiting interest this summer after a strong junior season with the Stallions.

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    Hampton Roads All-Star Classic

    The inaugural Hampton Roads All-Star Classic will take place this Sunday, March 25 at Norfolk Christian Upper School.  The event will feature four, exciting all-star games featuring top talent from the Hampton Roads area.

    Kicking off the Hampton Roads All-Star Classic will be the Futures Game for boys in grades 6-8. Following the Futures Game, spectators will be treated to a Rising Stars contest which will feature freshman and sophomore boys.  A girls contest highlighting class 0f 2018 prospects will precede the JARCAM Showcase game that will headline the event.  The JARCAM Showcase game will be played using a 30-second shot clock, which will help introduce college rules to the graduating seniors. 

    Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. All-day passes will be available for $10.  For more information, email Here’s a look at the full lineup for Sunday’s Hampton Roads All-Star Classic:

    Boys Futures Game, 12:00 p.m.

    Boys Rising Stars Game, 1:30 p.m.

    Senior Girls Game, 3:00 p.m.

    JARCAM Showcase Game, 4:30 p.m

    Hampton Roads All Star Classic

    Also, take a look at a feature story on the Hampton Roads All-Star Classic by WVEC-Channel 13

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