Spalding Nominated to Play in McDonald’s All-American Games

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Spalding Nominated to Play in McDonald’s All-American Games

Local McDonald's owner/operator Perry Krause presented Trinity senior Raymond Spalding with a nomination to play in the annual McDonald's All-American Games.  Spalding was the only male basketball player from Kentucky to receive this honor.

Local McDonald's owner/operator Perry Krause presented Trinity senior Raymond Spalding with a nomination to play in the annual McDonald's All-American Games. Spalding was the only male basketball player from Kentucky to receive this honor.

photo by Sean Steer

Local McDonald's owner/operator Perry Krause presented Trinity senior Raymond Spalding with a nomination to play in the annual McDonald's All-American Games. Spalding was the only male basketball player from Kentucky to receive this honor.

photo by Sean Steer

photo by Sean Steer

Local McDonald's owner/operator Perry Krause presented Trinity senior Raymond Spalding with a nomination to play in the annual McDonald's All-American Games. Spalding was the only male basketball player from Kentucky to receive this honor.

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Trinity senior Raymond Spalding was nominated to play in the 2015 McDonald’s All-American Games. Spalding was the only male high school basketball player from Kentucky nominated.

McDonald’s will name the final roster of 24 boys and 24 girls who will be selected to play in the 2015 Games during the McDonald’s All-American Games Selection Show on ESPNU, airing Jan. 28 at 6:00 p.m. EST.

The 38th Annual Boys Game will tip off on Apr. 1 at 9:00 p.m. from Chicago’s United Center and will be broadcast on ESPN.

Net proceeds from the Games benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities. The Games have raised more than $11 million for RMHC since their inception in 1978.

 

 

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