Coaches for the 2020 East-West All-Star Games selected

GREENSBORO – The coaching staffs for the 2020 N.C.C.A. East-West All-Star Games and the North Carolina – South Carolina, Carolinas Classic Basketball Game have been selected.  The East-West games will be played next July in Greensboro, and the Carolinas Classic is tentatively scheduled to be played in Wilmington in March.



Ayden-Grifton head coach Paul Cornwell has been selected as the head coach for the East All-Stars.  His staff will include Russell Dove of South Columbus, Ryan Gieselman of Kinston, Jake Thomas of Cape Fear, Steven Wright of Cardinal Gibbons, and Greg Williams of Richmond County.


Doug Robertson of Thomasville has been named as the West All-Stars head coach.  His staff includes Clint Bland of East Rutherford, David Devine of Burns, Nick Eddins of Crest, Wayne Hicks of St. Stephens, and Chuck Cannon of Wilkes Central.


The East All-Star’s men’s coach will be Tim Healy of Cardinal Gibbons while Charles J. Niessner of Monroe’s Central Academy of Technology Arts will head up the West All-Stars.

On the women’s side, Isaac Rancour of Pine Forest will coach the East All-Star ladies, while Shea Bridges of Hibriten coaches the West All-Star team.


Eric Davis of Laney will be the head coach of the East All-Star men’s hoops squad with Riverside Martin’s Bobby Williams serving as the assistant coach.

Statesville’s Sonny Schofield will be the head coach of the West All-Star’s with Bill Chambers of Northern Guilford serving as the assistant coach.

On the ladies side, Don Mooring of South Lenoir will be the head coach of the East All-Star’s with Andrew Gurley of Croatan serving as the assistant, while West Caldwell’s Brad Mangun will coach the West All-Star women, assisted by Amy Sarratt of Southern Alamance.


Myers Park coach Barbara Nelson has been selected as the head women’s coach while Jamie Willoughby of Tarboro will serve as the assistant coach.  In men’s action, Brad LeVine of East Rutherford will be the men’s head coach and will be assisted by Chris Cherry of South Central.

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