Bolingbrook's Tony Smith to Coach in McDonald's All-American Girls Basketball Game

Smith will coach some of the the best female players in the country in the 2013 McDonald's All-American girls basketball game April 3.

Bolingbrook High School Head Girls Basketball Coach Tony Smith has been selected to be head coach in the 2013 McDonald’s All-American girls basketball game.

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The game invites top players from across the country to compete on either the East or West team. Twenty-four high school girls basketball players were chosen; only one, Linnae Harper from Whitney Young, is from Illinois. 

Several lady Raiders, including Ariel Massengale and Morgan Tuck, have played in the annual showcase.

Smith's Lady Raiders have won four state championships and finished second two other times. BHS Athletic Director Rob Rose said he is one of the "most successful high school Basketball coaches in the country."

“Tony’s selection is a testament to the many years of hard work and success he has experienced through the years with his teams,” Rose said.

 The game will be air live on ESPNU on April 3 at 6 p.m.

See the full rosters of the boys and girls McDonald's All-American Games here. 


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