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Wednesday / July 8.
  • Sharette Dixon Classic Rosters Loaded With Talent

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    The Sharette Dixon Classic is slated for Saturday, Oct. 22 at Gauchos Gym in The Bronx and is once again loaded with talent from the New York/New Jersey area.

    This annual event is being organized in memory of Sharette Dixon, the wife of Kimani Young and mother of Kamaal Young (14), Khaliq Young (12) and Salimah Young (10). Proceeds from the event will support a family education fund that has been established for the three children.

    The Underclass game tips at 6 p.m., with the Upperclass Game set for 8.



    Coaches: Bud Pollard, Rahme Anderson

    0 – Isaiah Washington, St. Raymond’s (MINNESOTA)

    1 – Jose Alvarado, Christ the King (GEORGIA TECH)

    2 – Markquis Nowell, Bishop Loughlin

    3 – Saquan Singleton, Monsignor Scanlan

    4 – Dallas Watson, St. Raymond’s

    5 – Keith Williams, Bishop Loughlin (CINCINNATI)

    6 – Donald Cannon-Flories, Lincoln

    7 – Omar Silverio, St. Raymond’s

    8 – Sidney Wilson, Brewster Academy

    9 – Hameir Wright, Albany Academy

    10 – Moses Brown, Archbishop Molloy

    11 – Khalid Moore, Archbishop Molloy

    12 – Greg Calixte , Mount Vernon



    Coaches: Reggie Carter, Jamal Slappy

    0 – Leondre Washington, Roselle Catholic

    1 – Nate Pierre-Louis, Roselle Catholic (TEMPLE)

    2 – Jahvon Quinerly, Hudson Catholic

    3 – Jalen Carey, Immaculate Conception

    4 – Jamir Harris. Patrick School (MINNESOTA)

    5 – Ja’Quaye James, Teaneck

    6 – Louis King, Hudson Catholic

    7 – Atiba Taylor, Hackensack

    8 – Justin Minaya, Old Tappan

    9 – Naz Reid, Roselle Catholic

    10 – Luther Muhammad, Hudson Catholic

    11 – Justin Winston, Immaculate Conception

    12 – Nick Richards, Patrick School



    Coaches: Corey Edwards, Dave Gates

    1 – John Wilson, Lincoln

    2 – Joe Toussaint, Cardinal Hayes

    3 – R.J. Davis, Archbishop Stepinac

    4 – Posh Alexander, Our Saviour Lutheran

    5 – Isaiah Amazan, Xaverian

    10 – Cole Anthony, Archbishop Molloy

    11 – Kareem May, South Shore

    12 – Ryan Myers, Christ the King

    13 – Damarco Watson, St. Raymond’s

    14 – Bryce Wills, Iona Prep

    15 – Richard Springs – Bishop Loughlin

    23 – Max Lorca, Northfield Mount Hermon

    32 – Kofi Cockburn, Christ the King



    Coaches: Mike Rice, Vincent Johnson

    1 – Noah Farrakhan, St. Benedict’s

    2 – Al-Amir Dawes, The Patrick School

    3 – Rajon Figures, Immaculate Conception

    4 – Jalen Gaffney, Lawrenceville

    5 – Precious Achiwua, St. Benedict’s

    10 – Bryan Antoine, Ranney

    11 – Scottie Lewis, Ranney

    12 – Quaran MacPherson, The Patrick School

    13 – Paul Mulcahy, Gill St. Bernard’s

    14 – CJ Wilcher, St. Benedict’s

    15 – Jabri Abdur Rahim, Seton Hall Prep

    23 – Isah Mohammed, St. Benedict’s

    32 – Elijah Everett, DePaul Catholic

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.