Indiana Miss Basketball Amy Dilk of Carmel headlines the 2018 Indiana girls' All-Stars. Dilk, a Michigan recruit, averaged 17.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 6.7 assists while leading Carmel to a 24-3 record as a senior. She will be joined on the All-Stars by Iowa-bound teammate Tomi Taiwo of Carmel and fellow Michigan-signee Emily Kiser of Noblesville.

Joining them on the girls' squad are Notre Dame-bound and McDonald's All-American Katlyn Gilbert of Heritage Christian, Purdue recruits Cassidy Hardin of Center Grove and Kayana Traylor of Martinsville, Nebraska signee Leigha Brown of DeKalb and Illinois recruit Mackenzie Blazek of Whiteland.

Others on the team are Boston College recruit Jenasae Bishop of East Chicago Central, Indiana State signee Michaela White of Pike, Wright State recruit Angel Baker of Pike, Miami (Ohio) signee Nia Clark of Ben Davis and Evansville recruit Anna Newman of Evansville North.

The 2018 girls' All-Stars will be coached by Pat McKee of Columbus North. He will be assisted by DeAnn Booth of East Noble and Corie West of Avon.

IndyStar Indiana Mr. Basketball Romeo Langford will play his final games as a high school player next week as a member of the 2018 Indiana All-Star team.

Langford, his boys' All-Star teammates and the 2018 Indiana Girls All-Stars will play three games each -- an exhibition against the Indiana Junior All-Stars June 6 at New Albany followed by home-and-home doubleheaders against the Kentucky All-Stars June 8 at Bellarmine University's Knights Hall in Louisville and June 9 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Langford, who finished fourth on Indiana's all-time boys' scoring list with 3,002 points during a high school career that included the 2016 Class 4A state championship, announced April 29 that he will attend Indiana University. He averaged 35.5 points as a senior with a career-high 63 points in a game against Jennings County.

The McDonald's All-American will be joined on the All-Stars roster by fellow IU recruits Robert Phinisee of McCutcheon and Damezi Anderson of South Bend Riley. Complementing them are Purdue-signee Eric Hunter of Tindley, Michigan State-bound Aaron Henry of Ben Davis, Miami (Ohio) recruit Mekhi Lairy of Evansville Bosse, Ball State-bound Jarron Coleman of Cathedral and Indiana State-signee De'Avion Washington of Terre Haute South.

Completing the squad are UT-Chattanooga recruit Kevin Easley of Lawrence North, Duquesne-bound Gavin Bizeau of Plainfield, Southern Indiana signee Chance Coyle of Bloomington South, Sean East of New Albany and Dean Tate of 2018 Class 4A state champ Warren Central.

The 2018 boys' All-Stars will be coached by Jim Shannon of New Albany. He will be assisted by Mike Hall of South Newton and Scott Radeker, the new coach at Northridge who coached last season at Lafayette Jeff.

The Indiana boys hold a 96-43 advantage in their series with Kentucky that began in 1940, one year after the first All-Star team played Indiana state champ Frankfort High School. The Indiana girls have a 48-36 lead in their series with Kentucky that started in 1976.

The 2018 Indiana Junior All-Stars also will play three doubleheaders apiece. They debut on Saturday against the Kentucky Junior All-Stars at Louisville Trinity High School. The Indiana Juniors and Kentucky Juniors square off a second time Sunday at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis. The Indiana Juniors complete their competitions on June 6 against the Indiana Seniors at New Albany.

The Junior All-Star boys and girls each feature four groups -- a Core Group that will play in all three games plus a South Group that will play June 2 against Kentucky, a North Group that will play June 3 against Kentucky and a Central Group that will play June 6 against the Indiana Seniors.

The boys' Core Group features Keion Brooks Jr. of Fort Wayne North, Armaan Franklin of Cathedral, Mason Gillis of New Castle, Trayce Jackson-Davis of Center Grove, Brandon Newman of Valparaisoand Isaiah Thompson of Zionsville. The girls' Core Group includes Jorie Allen of Bedford North Lawrence, Shaila Beeler of Warren Central, Trinity Brady of Lawrence North, Rikki Harris of North Central, Lilly Hatton of North Harrison, Maddie Nolan of Zionsville and Hannah Noveroske of Michigan City.

The boys' South Group includes Cameron Alford of Brownsburg, David Bell of Warren Central, Cobie Barnes of Floyd Central, Jared Hankins of Lawrence North, Alex Hemenway of Castle and Zach Kuhn of Shelbyville. The girls' South Group features Addy Blackwell of Bloomington South, Savaya Brockington of North Central, Kinnidy Garrard of Pike, Makinzi Meurer of North Knox and Grace Waggoner of Vincennes Rivet.

The boys' North Group is comprised of Noah Applegate of Penn, Ali Ali of East Noble, Ethan Brittain-Watts of Culver Academy, Elijah Hales of Westview, Colin Kenney of Marquette Catholic and Craig Young Jr. of Fort Wayne Wayne. The girls' North Group features Sydney Freeman of Central Noble, Tai-Yanna Jackson of East Chicago Central, Morgan Litwiller of Northridge, Riley Ott of LaPorte and Emma Nolan and Sophia Nolan of Marquette Catholic.

The boys' Central Group includes Manuel Brown of Indianapolis Scecina, Luke Bumbalough of New Castle, Connor Jones of Danville, Dawand Jones of Ben Davis, John Michael Mulloy of Carmel and Sam Skaggs of Logansport. The girls' Central Group is comprised of Jordyn Barga of Monroe Central, Cyndi Dodd of Warren Central, Carissa Garcia of Fort Wayne Concordia, Amana Hamilton of Hamilton Southeastern, Sylare Starks of Homestead and Cameron Tabor of New Castle.

Matt English of Beech Grove is the head coach of the Junior Boys. He is assisted by Scott McClelland of Morristown and Rob Yoder of Westview. Debbie Guckenberger of Brownsburg is head coach of the Junior Girls. She is assisted by Stacy E. Mitchell of Warren Central and Jason Simpson of Greensburg.

The senior boys and the senior girls coincidentally both lead their respective Junior rivals 37-10 in games that began in 1996. The Junior games against Kentucky revive a series that was last played in 2014. The Indiana Junior girls lead Kentucky 6-0 and the Indiana Junior boys are up 5-1 in two-game events played in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

The information below is about tickets for the Indiana-Kentucky All-Star basketball games in 2018.
The Indiana Junior All-Stars, boys and girls, will play two doubleheaders against the Kentucky Junior All-Stars. Those games will be Saturday, June 2 at Louisville Trinity High School and Sunday, June 3 at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis. The girls' game will begin at 2 p.m. each day, with the boys' game to follow. Admission is $6 per person on Sunday.

The Indiana All-Stars (seniors) will play the Indiana Junior All-Stars in one exhibition doubleheader. That will beJune 6 at New Albany High School. The girls' game will begin at 6 p.m., and the boys' game will follow. Admission is $6 per person.

The Indiana All-Stars (seniors) will play the Kentucky All-Stars (seniors) in home-and-home doubleheaders. Those will be Friday, June 8 at Bellarmine University's Knights Hall in Louisville and Saturday, June 9 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

The girls' game will begin at 6 p.m. on June 8 at Bellarmine, with the boys' game to follow. Tickets on June 8 are $15. Go to to purchase tickets online in advance.

The girls' game will begin at 5 p.m. on June 9 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, with the boys' game to follow. Tickets are priced at $100, $22, $18 or $7. Tickets may be purchased at the BLF Box Office, any TicketMaster outlet, cal 317-239-5151 or visit