Former Bellevue High School standout Broc Terry played in the Texas 6-Man Coaches Association boys’ all-star basketball game on Saturday.
Terry scored two points as the East suffered a 68-63 loss to the West at D.L. Ligon Coliseum on the Midwestern State University campus in Wichita Falls.
The District 1A-21 most valuable player also helped the East with three steals and one assist during his playing time.
The East has not defeated West since 2007, when the all-star game took place in Lubbock.
East’s Brady Chamberlain made a layup to forge a 60-all tie with 1 minute, 57 seconds left to play, but the West canned eight free throws to prevail.
Carlos Espino, from state Conference 1A champion Texline, tallied 15 points and converted three 3-pointers to claim most valuable player honors.
Brady Chamberlain paced the East with 16 points.
This marked the second straight year Bellevue was represented in the all-star game, with Brandt Cassetty playing 2014.
Broc Terry, a former Bellevue High School standout, received a participation medal for playing in the Texas 6-Man Coaches Association all-star boys’ basketball game. He swiped three steals for the East. (News photo by Eric Viccaro)