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AURORA | For a debut, the A-Town All-Stars Girls Basketball Game made quite an impression. The inaugural assembly of 20 of the top girls basketball players from across Aurora during the recently completed season — presented by the Aurora Sentinel — entertained down to the final seconds March 18 at Cherokee Trail High School.

AURORA | After an outstanding debut in 2016, the A-Town All-Star Game is back to feature the best in Aurora boys prep basketball, including players from newly-crowned Class 5A state champion Eaglecrest. At least one player from all 11 of the city’s Class 5A/4A programs is included in the selection of 20 players that will take part in the game, which is scheduled for approximately 4:30 p.m. — following the debut of the A-Town All-Star Girls Game — on Saturday, March 18 at Cherokee Trail High School.

AURORA | Overland senior Nick Holmes has been unexpectedly cleared to play with the Trailblazers boys basketball team. Holmes was diagnosed with a treatable form of bone cancer prior to the season, which meant he would have to sit out the year to avoid injury. But a second biopsy revealed he had a non-cancerous condition instead and so he was cleared medically. Watch his reaction and what he feels is ahead for him and his team for the rest of the season. (Video by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

After a star-studded debut following the outstanding 2015-16 boys basketball season, the A-Town All-Star Game game is set to return, this time featuring a girls All Stars game as well. This season’s all-star game is scheduled at Cherokee Trail High School for the afternoon of Saturday, March 18

GREENWOOD VILLAGE | Full replay of the A-Town Game of the Week prep football contest — Overland vs. Smoky Hill — played on Oct. 21, 2016, at Stutler Bowl. The Trailblazers posted a 42-24 win over the Buffaloes to claim the Wagon Wheel traveling trophy. Replay brought to you courtesy of the Aurora Sentinel and StreamItSports.

Click below to watch the A-Town Game of the Week for Week 8 of the 2016 prep football season between Overland (1-6) vs. Smoky Hill (0-6) — who will play for custody of the Wagon Wheel traveling trophy — scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at Stutler Bowl. The game is live streamed to you free of charge by The Aurora Sentinel and StreamItSports.