North Carolina Coaches Association Lists Coaches for 2015 Games

        GREENSBORO—The North Carolina Coaches Association has announced its list of coaches for its annual East-West all-star games, played in conjunction with the North Carolina Coaches Association clinic each July.

         In men’s basketball, Larry Edwards of Southeast Halifax will serve as the East head coach, assisted by D.H. Conley’s Rob Maloney.  David Rhoney of Clyde Erwin will be the head coach of the West, assisted by Graham’s Mike Williams.

         The East head coach for the women’s basketball all-star game is Durham Hillside’s Ovester Grays, with Clayton’s Marion Lee assisting.   Randy Joines of Bunker Hill will serve as the head coach for the West squad with Deborah Jones of Greensboro Page the assistant coach.

         Richmond Senior’s Bennie Howard has been named head coach of the East team for the men’s soccer match, while Seth Davis of Forbush will lead the West.  The women’s soccer game will pit East head coach Amy Green of the Durham School of the Arts against David Smith of Cornelius Hough of the West.

         In the football all-star game, Jimmy Williams of West Johnston will be the East head coach.  His staff will include Michael Hobgood (South Granville)
, Clarence Inscore (Millbrook), Tim Laspada (Swansboro), Chris Lee (Louisburg)
and Rodney Quick (Scotland County)

         The West head coach will be Mike Newsome of Kannapolis A.L. Brown.   His coaching staff includes Josh Brooks (Franklin), Steven Davis (Greensboro Dudley)
, Kevin Gillespie (Greensboro Page), Joey Robinson (Mountain Heritage)
and Robert “Spider” Thompson (Statesville).

         The NCCA also selects the head coaches for the annual North Carolina-South Carolina all-star basketball games, pitting top players from the two states. Chris East of Raleigh Millbrook will serve as the head coach of the North Carolina women’s team, assisted by Asheboro’s Terry Allmon.  Ricky Edwards of North Duplin will head the North Carolina men’s staff, with the assistant coach Al Andrew of Albemarle.