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The Kentucky-Indiana All-Star Game will feature the best boys and girls basketball players in the United States

The best high school basketball seniors from Kentucky and Indiana will face off this weekend. It is billed as the nation’s oldest continuous all-star game. For four years, these high school basketball players have thrived on the court, and this weekend a few of them will close that chapter of their lives with Kentucky-Indiana. Star game. The annual All-Star Game has several local connections this year. On the boys’ side, it includes Ballard graduate Keno Hayden, Darien Lewis of Fern Creek, Andrew Mason of Bardstown and Oldham County graduate Sam Powell. Also from Indiana, former Silver Creek guard Brandon Northern is on the roster. The girls also have some familiar faces. Former Bullitt East star and future Bellarmine Knight Gracie Merkle has a chance to play before heading to Louisville for college. Joining her locally is Riley Neal of North Oldham, Sacred Heart and future WKU Hilltopper Josie Gilvin and Jaliyah Cotton of Bardstown. Indiana, also from Silver Creek, Kynidi Mason-Striverson is also set to play. special weekend while al thus representing their respective schools once again. Games are Friday at the Owensboro Athletic Center and Saturday at Southport High School in Indianapolis.

The best high school basketball seniors from Kentucky and Indiana will face off this weekend.

It is billed as the nation’s oldest continuous all-star game.

For four years these high school basketball players have thrived on the court, and this weekend a few of them will close that chapter of their lives with the Kentucky-Indiana All-Star Game.

The annual All-Star Game has several local connections this year.

On the boys side, it includes Ballard graduate Keno Hayden, Fern Creek graduate Darien Lewis, Bardstown graduate Andrew Mason and Oldham County graduate Sam Powell.

Also from Indiana, former Silver Creek guard Brandon Northern is on the list.

The girls also have some familiar faces.

Former Bullitt East star and future Bellarmine Knight Gracie Merkle has a chance to play before heading to Louisville for college.

Joining her locally are Riley Neal from North Oldham, Sacred Heart and future WKU Hilltopper Josie Gilvin and Jaliyah Cotton from Bardstown.

From Indiana, also from Silver Creek, Kynidi Mason-Striverson is also expected to play.

The players hope to make this weekend special while once again representing their respective schools.

Games are Friday at the Owensboro Athletic Center and Saturday at Southport High School in Indianapolis.