Prep notes: Roundball shootout set for Sunday

All-Star basketball series will be at Prairie High School

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Basketball season is not over yet.

The Les Schwab Tires Roundball Shootout, featuring some of the top senior talent from Southwest Washington, is Sunday at Prairie High School.

The girls game will tip-off at 4 p.m., with a 3-point shooting contest at halftime. After the girls game, the slam dunk contest will precede the boys game. The boys will hold their 3-point contest at halftime of their game.

Tickets are available at Prairie beginning at 3 p.m. Cost is $5, $3 for senior citizens, and $2 for students with identification.

The girls game will feature five state champions.

Delaney Keser of Class 4A champion Skyview will be on the White All-Stars, while Storm teammates Brooke Bowen and Katie Swanson will be with the Blue All-Stars.

Kelsey Asplund of 3A champion Prairie is on the White team, while Falcon teammate Andrea Smith will suit up for the Blue squad.

The Columbian’s All-Region girls player of the year Heather Corral is injured and will not play, but she is listed on the all-star roster.

The boys All-Region player of the year, Jordan Chatman of Union, also will not participate. Although he is listed on the roster. Same with Union teammate Tanner Nelson. The Titans finished third in the Class 4A tournament earlier this month.

Local athletes headed to Northwest Christian -- Two Vancouver high school athletes have signed letters of intent to play sports at Northwest Christian University in Eugene, Ore.

Union’s Parker Bonife has signed to play softball at Northwest Christian. Bonife was an all-4A Greater St. Helens League infielder for the Titans last season. She is also an All-Region bowler at Union.

Also, Evergreen boys soccer player Madison Van Zwol has signed to play men’s soccer for the Beacons.