North Hagerstown High School will be flooded with Franklin-Fulton talent this weekend in the 12th annual Buffalo Wild Wings Roundball Classic.
Nine area seniors were selected to play in the all-star showcase event, which allows players a chance to perform in front of college scouts. According to the event website, it is the largest high school basketball all-star showcase on the East Coast.
Waynesboro earned the area's largest representation with four athletes earning spots.
For the boys, Evan Hine, Cameron Keck and Mitch Neterer will all represent the Indians on the boys Mason Dixon Elite game on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. The Mason Dixon team will also feature Chambersburg's Cole Christian, Greencastle-Antrim's Casey Hoover and Southern Fulton's Dylan Gordon. The boys will face off against the Antietam All-Stars, which includes top players from Washington County, Md.
The girls Civil War Elite game will be played at 11 a.m., and will feature Cat Weber, of Waynesboro, along with Southern Fulton's Olivia Mottern and McConnellsburg's Bronwyne Mellott. The Mason Dixon girls team plays Potomac Valley All-Stars, also comprised of top players from Washington County, Md.
For more information about the event, visit www.roundballclassicevent.com.