Results of Dixie Howell Classic Games


2019 - Team DeWeese 104, Team Rodio 95 (in Ocean City) box score
Dave Lewis Memorial MVP winner Jordan Sweeney of Egg Harbor Township scored 24 points on 12 for 18 shooting and grabbed 17 rebounds. Vineland's D.J. Campbell scored 29 points, had 14 rebounds and made 5 assists. For Team Rodio, Andrew Delaney of St. Augustine scored 24 points and had 5 assists. Jake LaMonaca of Holy Spirit had 22 points and 3 steals.

2018 - Team DeWeese 110, Team Allen 106 (in Ocean City Intermediate) box score
Dave Lewis Memorial MVP winner Mat Capozzoli of Wildwood Catholic made good use of his 20 minutes - he scored 32 points on 8 for 14 shooting, 3 of 6 three-pointers and 13 of 13 from the foul line. He also had 13 rebounds. Oakcrest's Jaylen Busby made 9 of 12 shots for 19 points along with 13 rebounds. For Team Allen, Nazim Derry of Atlantic City scored 27 points, grabbed 13 boards, made six assists and four steals. Flash Morgan of Atlantic City had 18 points and four steals.

2017 - Team Allen 93, Team Rodio 91 OT (in Ocean City) box score
Team Allen rallied from a 21-point deficit. Dave Lewis MVP Ron Gaskins of St. Joseph scored 19 points including a bucket at the buzzer in the fourth quarter with an offensive rebound and the only two points in the one-minute overtime. Absegami's Brian Townsel scored 17, Atlantic City's Zione Montague had 13 points and 12 rebounds and Andrew Donoghue of Ocean City scored 13, had 8 rebounds and blocked 3 shots. J.D. DiRenzo of St. Joseph had 16 rebounds. For Team Rodio, Pleasantville's Malik Morgan scored 19, Middle Township's Jalen Hudgins had 18 points and 4 blocks, Mainland's Brandon Savitch scored 14 and both Austin Kennedy and Walt Harvey from St. Augustine each scored 13. Harvey set a new all star game record with 9 assists.

2016 - Team Allen 109, Team Rodio 79 (in Ocean City) box score
Ashyion Centeno of Atlantic City, who won the Dave Lewis Memorial MVP Award, scored 20 points including a pair of three-pointers. Absegamiís Vinnie Nelson added 17 points, Christian Estrada of Egg Harbor Township scored 15, Ahmad Biggins of Atlantic City scored 14 and Atlantic Cityís Lamar Thomas added 13. Connor Laverty of Ocean City led Team Rodio with 18 points. Noah Gillian of Ocean City added 10.

2015 - Team Rodio 101, Team Gillespie 90 (in Ocean City) box score
Cha'Quan Hargrose of Pleasantville had 22 points, 6 three-pointers, 8 rebounds and 3 assists for Team Rodio to win the Dave Lewis Memorial MVP Award. Ty'Trel Stubbs (Bridgeton) added 17 points & 8 boards and B.J. Mitchell (St. Joseph) had 16 points. Jordan Taylor (Holy Spirit) scored 24 points and had 11 rebounds for Team Gillespie with Matt Sommers (Holy Spirit) getting 16 points, 7 rebounds & 4 assists.

2014 - Team Allen 85, Team DeWeese 69 (in Ocean City) box score
Brian Seward of St. Augustine had 13 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals and 4 assists for Team Allen to win the Dave Lewis Memorial MVP Award. Dennis White (Atlantic City) added 16 points and Jeremiah Bland (Middle Township) had 11 points. Jordan Robertson (Wildwood Catholic) and Lou Savage (Pleasantville each scored 14 points for Team DeWeese.

2013 - Team Feraco 99, Team Allen 96 2OT (in Ocean City) box score
Khari Harley of Egg Harbor Township had 18 points, nine rebounds and two assists for Team Feraco to win the Dave Lewis Memorial MVP Award. Dave Sullivan (St. Augustine) added 19 points, Blake Rossell (St. Augustine) had 16 points and 14 rebounds and Darrell Shelton (Middle Township) had 13 points and record-setting six steals. Dayshawn Reynolds (Atlantic City) scored 25 points on 11 for 22 shooting and Paul Moore (Holy Spirit) had 15 points.

2012 - Team Allen 94, Team Feraco 91 (in Ocean City Intermediate) box score
Pleasantville's Michael Black, the MVP, scored 32 points, making 9 of 14 three-pointers. Pleasantville's Shawn Wilson and Kashawn Dunston of Atlantic City each scored 15 points. Brent Slotoroff (St. Augustine) had 26 points for Team Feraco and added 10 rebounds. Oakcrest's Avery Walker added 20 points with Austin Johnson (St. Augustine) scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 boards.

2011 - National 100, American 96 (in Ocean City) box score
Pleasantville's Armin Cain, the MVP, scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, making 11 of 21 shots. Middle Township's Marcus Harmon and Holy Spirit's Asmar Williams each scored 24 points. Justin Knight (Oakcrest) had 19 points for the American with Lower Cape May's Brandon Pascucci getting 18 and Dalton Sterling of Vineland scoring 17 and grabbing 13 boards.

2010 - American 81, National 77 (in Ocean City) box score
Millville's Khalil Wallace, the MVP, scored 5 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, made 5 steals and had 7 assists. Atlantic City's Muji McBride had 14 points and 13 rebounds, Oakcrest's Terrance Witcher and Derrick Gattis of Millville each had 11 points. Malcolm Fentress (Bridgeton) had 13 points for the National with Middle Township's Andrew Matthews and Aaron Freeman of Cape May Tech each scoring 11.

2009 - National 75, American 59 (in Ocean City) box score
Holy Spirit's Preston Smith, the MVP, scored 15 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and made 5 steals (tying the record for steals). Lower Cape May's Mike Pittman scored 13 points, Wildwood Catholic's Julian Miller added 10 and Dom Fiorentino of Cape May Tech had 6 points, 13 rebounds and 3 blocked shots. Bill Giberson (St. Augustine) had 14 points and 8 boards for the American with EHT's Jordan Chambers scoring 11.

2008 - National 101, American 95 OT (in Ocean City) box score
St. Augustine's Josh Thompson, the MVP, scored 25 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and blocked 3 shots. Klev Exantus and Nate Evans (both of Pleasantville) scored the first 7 points of overtime. Pat Kelly (Wildwood Catholic) added 16 points with Exantus and Evans each getting 13. Darius Melton (Buena) had 11 boards and Norman White (St. Joseph) 10. Travis Washington (Hammonton) hit a 3-pointer at the 4th quarter buzzer to send the game into overtime. Khalif Toombs (Atlantic City) and Jarell Lecator (Vineland) each scored 16 with Toomba adding 5 assists. Washington added 13 points and Matt Haddix (Vineland) grabbed 13 rebounds.

2007 - American 95, National 79 (in Ocean City) box score
Atlantic City's Darnell Davis, the MVP, dominated inside, grabbing 12 offensive rebounds among his 18 and scoring 22 points on 10-for-16 shooting. John White (Atlantic City) had 21 points and 4 steals, Trey Severs (Ocean City) scored 15 and Manny Valentin (Absegami) 15. Tim Bramble (Buena) had 15 points on record 7-for-7 shooting for the Nationals. Mike Forrow (Middle Township) added 14 and Mike Fountas (Buena) scored 10.

2006 - American 87, National 76 (in Ocean City) box score
Atlantic City's Lawrence Owens scored seven of his game-high 21 points in the final five minutes to earn MVP honors. Charles Johnson (Lower Cape May) had 17 points & five assists with Adam Care (Mainland) adding 14 points & six rebounds. Holy Spirit's John Oliver led the Nationals with 19 points. Bridgeton's Lee Frazier had seven points, nine rebounds & four steals.

2005 - National 77, American 71 (in Ocean City) box score
St. Joseph's Aaron Spellman, the game's MVP, hit 4 three-pointers and led the National with 14 points. Erick Krwawecz (St. Augustine) added 13 points with Mark McGonigal (Holy Spirit) getting 6 assists. Atlantic City's Mark Crumble led the American with 16 points.

2004 - American 76, National 68 (in Ventnor) box score
Oakcrest's Matt Byrnes, the game's MVP, led the American Conference with 18 points, 11 rebounds and 2 assists. Dan Cappelluti of Mainland had 17 points, 4 steals and 4 assists, tying a record by making five three-pointers. Mainland's Chris Sindoni had 10 points and 11 rebounds. Kyle Wakefield of Middle Township paced the National with 14 points. Vince Brooks had 9 points and 8 rebounds. The American team came from behind with a 28-18 fourth quarter.

2003 - American 85, National 83 (in Ventnor) box score
Absegami's Lamar Wright, the game's MVP, led the American Conference with 18 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 4 assists. Terrence Woodson of Oakcrest had 16 points and 8 boards, EHT's Bruce Davenport had 14 points and Lower Cape May's Matt Betz added 11. Holy Spirit's Joe Alexander paced the National with 16 points and 13 rebounds. The American team built a 10-point lead with two minutes left and held off a National rally.

2002 - National 82, American 80 (in Wildwood) box score
Holy Spirit's Henry White, the game's MVP, led the National Conference with 24 points and 6 rebounds. Scott Greenman of St. Augustine had 22 points, including 4 three-pointers, and Rob Underwood of Cape May Tech added 11 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists. Oakcrest's Lance Williams had 14 points and 3 assists for the American team, which had three shots to tie the game in the final 20 seconds.

2001 - no game
2000 - no game
1999 - no game

1998 - American 98, National 95 (in Ocean City)
Lamus Rhett of Bridgeton scored 36 points, making 16 of 26 shots, grabbed 14 rebounds and made 3 steals to be named the game's MVP, despite playing for the losing team. The Middle Township combo of Jeff Lilliston and Mike Reed each added 16. There were seven players in double figures for the American, led by Atlantic City's Pete Hunter, Oakcrest's Josh Rhames and Absegami's Jim Miller with 12 each. Miller grabbed 16 rebounds.

1997 - National 125, American 121 (in Ocean City)
St. Augustine Prep's Mike Kouser, the game's MVP, had 16 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists for the National Conference. Jim McQuillen of Wildwood led all scorers with 21 for the National. James Jones of Cumberland led the American with 14. Zack Hibbs of Vineland added 13.

1996 - American 108, National 105 (in Ocean City)
Kevin Wilkins of Atlantic City, the game's MVP, had 21 points, hitting 9 of 10 shots, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked 2 shots for the American Conference. Ocean City's Mike Ludwig added 13 points, hitting 4 of 7 three-pointers. Jim Greczek of St. Augustine Prep had 15 for the National.

1995 - National 116, American 112 (in Ocean City)
The National Conference almost let a 19-point lead get away before winning by four. MVP Jason O'Neil of Middle Township had 16 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists for the winners. Patrick Davenport of Pleasantville added 15 and Hammonton's Mike LaGuardia 12. Atlantic City's LaMarr Johnson led the American with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Mainland's Joe Bucci also had 15 points.

1994 - American 120, National 108 (in Ocean City)
The game featured two of the great individual performances in the all star game's history - and they were on the same team. Egg Harbor Township's Ivary Israel, the game's MVP, had 34 points, 5 steals and 4 assists for the American Conference. Jomo Lyles Belton of Atlantic City added 30 to the American total. Pleasantville's Herb White had 19, Wildwood Catholic's Trevor Sawyer 16 and St. Augustine Prep's Jason Yoder 14 for the National.

1993 - American 116, National 113 (in Vineland)
Holy Spirit's Brian Pruitt, the game's MVP, led the American Conference with 19 points. John Jones of Vineland added 13. Robert Scott and Rahim Cherry, both of Pleasantville, paced the National scoring with 18 apiece.

1992 - National 123, American 112 (in Vineland)
Bridgeton's Dwayne Robinson, the game's MVP, led the National Conference with 27 points, including four three-pointers. Bob Hennessy of St. Augustine Prep added 14. J.D. Asselta of Ocean City scored 25 for the Americans with OC's Bill Farina scoring 16, including a trio of three-pointers.

1991 - American 120, National 100 (in Absecon)
Atlantic City's Jamal "Doc" Homesley, the game's MVP, led the American Conference with 23 points. George Sutor of Atlantic City added 13 and Derrick Yeoman of Ocean City had 12 points and eight assists. Mike Emory of Wildwood scored 18 for the Nationals with Chris Carideo of St. Augustine Prep getting 15.

1990 - American 122, National 105 (in Vineland)
Cumberland's Mike Burden had 23 points and 13 rebounds to lead the American Conference. Linwood Mosley of Cumberland added 15 points. James Inman of Pleasantville, the game's MVP, scored 36 for the Nationals and grabbed 17 rebounds. Leon Roberson of Pleasantville added 24 points and grabbed nine boards.

1989 - American 122, National 107 (in Vineland)
Holy Spirit's Chris Stoll, the game's MVP, had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the American Conference. Terry Parker of Cumberland led the scoring with 18 points. Andy Poznek of St. Joseph led the Nationals with 16 points.