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June 6, 2013

Creek, Morrow Invited to Play in Hoops Classic In Quincy

Former SCR-I teammates Jessica Morrow and Megan Creek have been invited to team up once again to play in the McDonald’s Quincy Herald Whig All-Star Classic in Quincy, IL on Saturday.

Scotland County graduates Jessica Morrow and Megan Creek have been invited to represent the Lady Tigers in the 31st Annual McDonald's Quincy Herald-Whig Classic all-star basketball game to be held Saturday in Quincy, IL.

The two SCR-I standouts will join a talented Missouri squad that will take on their counterparts from Illinois in the opener at 5 p.m. at Quincy University's Pepsi Arena.

A trio of Mustangs from Marion County head the Missouri roster. Kaelyn Spratt, Kiette Mundy and Carly Spalding will be joined by fellow guards Ashton Luttrull from Highland, and Evie Miles and Alexis Van Nostrand from Palmyra. Creek and Morrow should see plenting of playing time, as the team's only other post players are Megan Hooper of Palmyra and Courtney Baalman of Canton.

The Illinois roster features Breanne Begeman and Brooklyn Moore of Unity, Torie Conover of Central-Southeastern, Arai'ya Dade and Jordan Fletcher of Quincy High School, Jordan Frericks and Kassidy Gengenbacher of Quincy Notre Dame, Rachel Motley of Western, Maranda Niesen of Liberty-Payson and Shea O'Brien of Pittsfield.

The boys all-star game will follow the girls' contest.

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