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NL's Porter invited to pair of all-star games

Published March 12. 2013 4:00AM

New London's Keith Porter had been invited to play in a pair of senior all-star basketball games.

The 6-foot-2 Porter, who earned MVP honors after leading the Whalers to the Eastern Connecticut Conference tournament title, will play for a team of Class LL/L all-stars in the Connecticut High School Coaches' Associaton All-Star Festival on March 20 at Maloney High School in Meriden.

He has also been selected to a group of Connecticut all-stars who will play a team of New Jersey scholastic stars in the Jewish Community Center Schoolboy Classic on April 14 at the JCC in Bridgeport at 3 p.m.

Cane Broome of St. Thomas More has also been invited to play.

In the CHSCA game, Porter will play for Team Charter Oak. He will play against East Lyme's Wade McNamara, who is a member of Team Constitution.

The first game of the CHSCA doubleader at 6:15 p.m. features the Class S/M all-stars. Ledyard's Thomas Whipple will play for the Team Pequot team which will be coached by Old Lyme's Kirk Kaczor.

- Day Staff Reports

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