ANDERSON — The Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic did everything it could to highlight the state’s high school basketball standouts of the past, present and future.
The two-day event held last weekend at Anderson University’s O.C. Lewis Gymnasium showcased players classified as Graduated Seniors, Futures or Juniors. Futures games consisted of players that had just finished either their freshman or sophomore seasons. There were four games each day with the boys playing Friday and the girls on Saturday. There were two juniors games each day.
Lapel, with boys players Griffin Craig and Bode Judge, and Pendleton Heights, with Kaycie Warfel and Whitney Warfel were among the program’s represented.
On Friday, recent Lapel grad Craig played in the Graduated Seniors game. Judge played in the Futures game.
On Saturday, Kaycie Warfel played in the Futures game. Whitney Warfel played in one of the two Juniors games.
Craig played in the classic’s most unique game as only 11 players showed up to participate. He was on Team Red, which had just five players. They were defeated 140-102. Craig had 16 points, including four 3-pointers and eight assists.
In the Futures Game, Judge played on Team Red, which lost to Team White 96-90. Judge had four points and two rebounds.
On Saturday, Kaycie Warfel had seven points, four rebounds and three steals for Team White in a 66-50 loss to Team Red.
In the final game of the classic on Saturday night, Whitney Warfel had eight points and six rebounds in a 68-57 victory for Team 2 White.