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South Carolina All Stars In Search Of A Championship - Feb 14, 2016


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Derrall
Beason
The South Carolina All-Stars after five seasons in Greenville, SC and having played in the UMBL, TRBL, and now the ECBL seem to have things coming together going into its second season in the ECBL. The team is now ran by Derrell Beason (6'0''-PG) and Justin Houser (6'9''-F), two players who played for former owner/coach Larry Davis, who decided to step away from the team at the completion of the 2015 season.

Last season Beason was a ECBL All-Star. Before joining the SC All-Stars last season he had led the Palmetto Flight to the conference championship in the TRBL as a player/coach in their first season.

This season Beason will again hold both roles while also being co-General Manager with Houser as they're looking to build on last season success and try to advance to the ECBL Championship on June 25. The team played their first five seasons at Greenville First Baptist Church, but with the addition of the SC Upstate Redhawks to the Greenville area the team decided it was a great time to move the team to Spartanburg where most of the players are from.

The All-Stars will play their home games in 2016 at Cleveland Chapel Baptist Church and will feature former all-league players Omar Sanders (6'7''-F-90, college: S.Carolina St.), Darryl Evans (6'0''-G-87, college: Furman), along with Beason.

Learn more about the South Carolina All-Stars on the team website http://www.hometeamsonline.com/teams/?u=SCALLSTARS and follow the team on Twitter at @SCAll_Stars   




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