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GAME ON: St. Andrews Star Selected for McDonald’s All American Team

Friday, February 11, 2011

 

If you were in Keaney gym last Sunday afternoon you saw Michael Carter-Williams drop 39 points on Maine Central Institute in 36 minutes. Run, don't walk and try and catch him play at St. Andrews before he heads off to Syracuse. The McDonald's All-American Team was named and right there on the list was Micheal.McDonald’s unveiled the official rosters for the 34th annual games will be played on March 30 at the famed United Center in Chicago, Ill. The 2011 McDonald’s All American Boys Team features consensus No. 1 prospect Austin Rivers (Winter
Park High School – Winter Park, Fla.), son of 1980 McDonald’s All American “Doc” Rivers.

 

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