Senior guard Nicholas Crankshaw, sometimes dubbed the "Human Stat Sheet" for his all-around ability, has been selected to play in the Orange County All-Star Game at 7 p.m. March 21 at Irvine Valley College. The event is being organizes by Open Gym Premier.
The 6-4, 195 pounder averaged 11 points, seven rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocked shots per game during the 2014-15 season, and consistently flirted with triple double performances.
In addition to Crankshaw, the foillowing players were selected to play in the game: Nick Anderson, Jarrett Brodbeck, Esperanza; Tyler Burch, Westminster; Legend Demps, El Modena; Canyon; A.J. Garrity, Edison; C.J. Hankins, Orange Lutheran; Aaron Harris, Trabuco Hills; Brae Ivey, Edison; Jack Kaub, Los Alamitos; Reed Nakakihara, Foothill; Daniel Neff, Marina; Kevin Olsen, Villa Park; Riley O'Hern, Foothill; Nick Pallas, Tesoro; LaVette Parker, Mater Dei; Eric Patton, Foothill; Rex Pflueger, Mater Dei; Rogers Printup, Orange Lutheran; Josh Rodriguez, Sonora; Eric Rwahire, Saddleback Valley Christian; T.J. Shorts, Tustin; Brandon Smith, Godinez; and Trevor Treinen, Servite.
Eddier Courtemarche of Los Alamitos will coach the south team, and John Morris of Servite will coach the north.