The Times file photo // Former Carmel star, 2018 Indiana Miss Basketball and future Michigan Wolverine Amy Dilk highlights the girls roster of the Hoosiers’ Reunion All-Star Classic.
The Times file photo // Former Carmel star, 2018 Indiana Miss Basketball and future Michigan Wolverine Amy Dilk highlights the girls roster of the Hoosiers’ Reunion All-Star Classic.
Knightstown’s Historic Hoosier Gym, movie home of the "Hoosiers" Hickory Huskers, is again the site of the Hoosiers' Reunion All-Star Classic.

The 13th annual girls and boys doubleheader will take place June 1.

The girls game starts at 6 p.m., with the boys game following at 8 p.m. The boys' coaches are Daniel Cox, of New Castle, and Jerry Hoover of Blackford. Coaching the girls' teams are Julie Shelton, Mt. Vernon (Fortville) and Tod Windlan, who was dismissed as Carmel’s girls varsity coach in April.

The evening is highlighted by 2018 Indiana Miss Basketball Amy Dilk (17.8 ppg), of Carmel, who will attend the University of Michigan. There are nine other girls who will participate on who were also selected as 2018 Indiana All-Stars: Emily Kiser (21.1), Noblesville (Michigan); Tomi Taiwo (16.4), Carmel (Iowa); Angel Baker (21.7), Pike (Wright State); Mackenzie Blazek (18.4), Whiteland (Illinois); Nia Clark (16.2), Ben Davis (Miami, OH); Katlyn Gilbert (18.5), Heritage Christian (Notre Dame); Cassidy Hardin (17.3), Center Grove (Purdue); Kayana Traylor (21.4), Martinsville (Purdue); Michaela White (15), Pike (Indiana State).

Four other players who are committed to NCAA Division I Universities will also participate: Blake Smith, Carmel (Ball State); Asia Strong, South Bend Riley (Bradley); Breanna Boles, Lapel (Indiana State); and Courtney Krol, Chesterton (DePaul).

The Boys’ game, the second of this Hoosiers' Reunion All-Star Classic doubleheader, features two future Indiana Hoosiers— Damezi Anderson (19.1 ppg), South Bend Riley and Robert Phinisee (29.4), McCutcheon. They are joined by a half dozen more 2018 Indiana All-Stars: Gavin Bizeau (22), Plainfield (Duquesne); Jarron Coleman (17.2), Indianapolis Cathedral (Ball State); Kevin Easley (19), Lawrence North (Tennessee Chattanooga); Mekhi Lairy (26.2), Evansville Bosse (Miami, OH); De'Avion Washington (20.7), Terre Haute South (Indiana State); and Dean Tate of 2018 AAAA State Champion Warren Central.

Five more boys are headed to NCAA Division I Colleges. Two were members of 2017 IHSAA State Champion teams— Jamal Harris of AAA Indianapolis Crispus Attucks (New Orleans) and Landon Weins of Frankton (Morehead State). The other three are Deandre Gholston, Gary 21st Century (Kent State), Jack Hansen, Guerin Catholic (IUPUI) and Myja White, Brebeuf Jesuit (Miami, OH).

Along with Tate, three others were 2018 IHSAA State Champions— Caleb Middlesworth of AA Oak Hill plus Hayden Langkabel and Eli Streeval of Class A Morristown. Cole Jenkins was a 2018 AAAA Runner-up with Carmel.

To purchase tickets (there are only 600 seats - all reserved) call 317-925-8200 or 765-465-2569 or e-mail hoosierbbllmag@att.net.