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Local Student Athlete Named to 2013 FCA All-Star Basketball Squad
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 • Posted February 28, 2013

Margaret Lemke has been chosen as part of the ladies’ basketball squad to participate in the 14th annual Big Country Chevy Dealers Fellowship of Christian Athletes All Star Festival. She was one of the over 200 area student athletes selected for the games that benefit the Big Country Area Office of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Representing approximately 50 area schools, the rosters for the North and South squads were announced at a Press Conference on Sunday, February 17, 2013, at the Beltway Park Baptist Church in Abilene, TX. Margaret will be playing for the south ladies basketball team.

These All-Stars were nominated by their head coaches for the games, which features schools from an approximate 100 mile radius of Abilene cover 36 counties.

Representatives from Class A through 5A make up the squads. Basketball players and cheerleaders will report for two-a-day workouts in Brownwood on Tuesday, June 4th while the football and volleyball squads and their cheerleaders will report on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 in Abilene. There will be lots of activities that they will be involved in during that time and they will all be honored at an Induction Banquet on April 21st at the Abilene Civic Center.

The All-Star Festival will be played in two cities this year. The basketball games will be played in Brownwood at the Brownwood Coliseum on Thursday, June 6th at 6 pm for ladies and 8 pm for men. The Volleyball and Football games will be played in Abilene on Saturday, June 8th with the volleyball at noon in Mood Coliseum on the Abilene Christian University campus and the Mryle Greathouse All-Star Classic football game will be played at 7pm at Shotwell Stadium.

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