TSN Announces Rosters for Expanded 2019 BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN BASKETBALL GAMES, March 31

— March 6, 2019

– The 2019 BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN BASKETBALL GAMES rosters collectively feature 48 of Canada’s top high school boys and girls basketball players, including top NCAA prospects Faith Dut (Florida), Makayla Ennis (Virginia Tech), Brynn Masikewich (UCLA), Emanuel Miller (Virginia Tech), Jahcobi Neath (Wake Forest), Merissah Russell (Louisville), and Tyrese Samuel (Seton Hall) –
– This year’s expanded event features the first-ever BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME –

TORONTO (March 6, 2019) – As revealed last night in halftime of the Toronto Raptors’ game vs. the Houston Rockets, TSN announced the rosters for the fifth annual BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN BASKETBALL GAMES, airing Sunday, March 31. More information on Canada’s showcase event featuring the country’s top high school basketball players can be found at BioSteelAllCanadian.com. The first-ever BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME streams live at 3 p.m. ET on TSN.ca and the TSN app. TSN then showcases both games back-to-back, with the BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN BOYS BASKETBALL GAME airing live at 7:30 p.m. ET on TSN4 and TSN5, TSN.ca, and the TSN app, followed immediately by a primetime encore of the BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME on TSN4. The roster for the inaugural BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME features the following players:  
Maggie Besselink Holy Cross Catholic SS / 2020 Ontario
Kiandra Brown E.S. St. Laurent / 2020 Québec
Jessica Clarke St. Thomas Aquinas / 2020 British Columbia
Rebecca Demeke Crestwood Prep / 2020 Ontario
Micah Dennis Capital Courts Academy / 2019 Ontario
Kayla Drummond Crestwood Prep / 2020 Ontario
Faith Dut Semiahmoo SS / 2019 / Florida British Columbia
Aaliyah Edwards Crestwood Prep / 2020 Ontario
Yvonne Ejim Bishop Carrol HS / 2020 Alberta
Makayla Ennis Lincoln Prep / 2019 / Virginia Tech Ontario
Ahrianna Grizzle Bill Crothers SS / 2019 Ontario
Latasha Lattimore Crestwood Prep / 2021 Ontario
Roxane Makolo Dawson College / 2019 Québec
Sammie Martin Southwest Academy / 2019 / Northeastern Ontario
Brynn Masikewich Lincoln Prep / 2019 / UCLA Alberta
Olivia Morgan-Cherchas South Kamloops Secondary / 2019 / UBC British Columbia
Donna Ntambue College Montmorency / 2019 Québec
Mide Oriyomi Kings Christian Collegiate / 2019 / Northeastern Ontario
Merissah Russell Capital Courts Academy / 2020 / Louisville Ontario
Sarah Te-Biasu Niagara Prep / 2020 Québec
Deanna Tuchscherer GW Graham SS / 2019 / UFC British Columbia
Aerial Wilson TRC Academy / 2019 / Memphis Ontario
Shayeann Day-Wilson Crestwood Prep / 2021 Ontario
Callie Wright Bill Crothers SS / 2020 Ontario
Additionally, Laeticia Amihere (King’s Christian) and Mackenzie Smith (King's-Edgehill) were selected to the game but are unable to participate due to injury. The roster for the BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN BOYS BASKETBALL GAME features the following players:  
Keeshawn Barthelemy Thornlea SS Prep / 2020 Québec
Jaden Bediako Ridley College / 2019 / Santa Clara Ontario
Joel Brown Brewster Academy / 2019 / California Ontario
Marsei Caston Potter’s House / 2019 Ontario
Nicholas Ongenda Southwest Christian / 2019 / Western Kentucky Ontario
Josh Hemmings The Lawrenceville School / 2020 Ontario
Sammy Hunter BC Christian Academy / 2019 / Ole Miss British Columbia
Keon Ambrose-Hylton Andrew Osborne HS / 2020 Ontario
Joe Jones Orangeville Prep / 2019 Ontario
Ben Krikke Jasper Place HS / 2020 Alberta
Karim Mane Vanier College / 2020 Québec
Cashius McNeilly Thornlea SS Prep / 2020 Ontario
Emanuel Miller Golden State Prep / 2019 / Virginia Tech Ontario
Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe Orangeville Prep / 2020 Ontario
Rahmir Moore RISE Prep / 2019 Ontario
Jahcobi Neath Crestwood Prep / 2019 / Wake Forest Ontario
Addison Patterson Bella Vista Prep / 2020 Ontario
Sabry Philip TRC Academy / 2019 / San Diego State Alberta
Victor Radocaj Thornlea SS Prep / 2020 British Columbia
Luka Sakota King’s Christian Collegiate / 2019 / Harvard Ontario
Tyrese Samuel Orangeville Prep / 2019 / Seton Hall Québec
Jevonnie Scott Orangeville Prep / 2019 / South Plains Ontario
Taryn Todd Findlay Prep / 2020 Ontario
Miguel Tomley RISE Prep / 2019 / Santa Clara British Columbia
 ** MEDIA NOTE: For accreditation to the 2019 BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN BASKETBALL GAMES, please click here to fill out the accreditation form, or visit BioSteelAllCanadian.com ** All of the athletes selected to the rosters of the BIOSTEEL ALL CANADIAN BASKETBALL GAMES have played eminent roles in top-level basketball programs, from AAU to representing Canada on the international stage. Additional information regarding the selection process is available through the event’s official website.

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