Glacier’s Gulick at All-Star Hoop Series

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Glacier High School’s Kali Gulick is one of 10 girls on the Montana roster for the 23rd annual Midland Roundtable Montana-Wyoming All-Star Basketball Series this weekend.

The first game will be played Friday at 5:30 p.m. at Alterowitz Gymnasium on the campus at Montana State Billings.

The second game is Saturday, also at 5:30 p.m., at Sheridan College in Sheridan, Wyoming.

The boys all-star games follow both days at 7:30 p.m.

Gulick, a 6-foot-2 center, scored 160 points for the Wolfpack her senior season (2018-19), which averaged out to 8.9 per game.

She also led the team in rebounding with 116 (6.4) and averaged one blocked shot per game.

She scored a season high 14 points three times — versus Bozeman, Polson and Flathead.

She was 68 of 196 shooting (35 percent). from the field.

Gulick, who tallied 188 points her junior season, finished with 506 total. She was named to the Western AA Conference second team her final season.

Gulick has signed with Montana State Billings to play basketball starting 2019-20.

Rosters

Montana Boys All-Stars

Ryan Simpson, Bozeman; Jesse Owens, Billings West; Blake Thelen, Great Falls; Chrishon Dixon, Billings Central; Michael Haverfield, Dillon; Sam Gray, Billings Central; Jaden Graham, Lewistown; Sayer Patton, Choteau; Caleb Bellach, Manhattan Christian; Brody Grebe, Melstone. Head coach: Steve Keller, University of Providence.

Montana Girls All-Stars

TyLee Manuel, Billings West; TyRaa Manuel, Billings West; Shayla Montague, Billings West; Kali Gulick, Glacier; Sydney Sheridan, Helena Capital; Kyle Olsen, Three Forks; Danielle Zahn, Florence; Mackenzie Dethman, Froid-Medicine Lake; Lillian Gopher, Box Elder; Alyssia Vanderberg, Arlee. Head coach: Wes Keller, Rocky Mountain College.

Wyoming Boys All-Stars

Tristan Bower, Sheridan; Trase Olson, Campbell County; Davion McAdam, Casper Kelly Walsh; Elijah Leyva, Cody; Erik Oliver, Cheyenne East; Treyton Paxton, Riverton; Danny Gosar, Pinedale; Lain Mitchelson, Farson-Eden; Colton Larson, Thunder Basin; Jaren Fritz, Glenrock. Head coach: Cody Ball, Sheridan College.

Wyoming Girls All-Stars

Aubrie Stenerson, Powell; Abby Greer, Gillette Thunder Basin; Kendall Wright, Greybull; Maddie Miller, Gillette Thunder Basin; Noelle Peterson, Encampment; Emma Jarvis, Campbell County; Hailey Anderson, Southeast; Alexandria Trosper, Wyoming Indian; Kammie Ragsdale, Pine Bluffs; Jennifer Aadland, Laramie. Head coach: Ryan Davis, Sheridan College.

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