Friday, March 30, 2012

Young cagers earn season hardware

BCRD winter basketball

The Green Hornets hold their trophies after winning the grade 3-4 tournament. Bottom row, from left, Treyton Mittelstadt, Emma Pietsch, Donna Loayza, Anneka Thompson and Airey Jones. Back row with coach Trent Jones, from left, Ramsey Marquis, Peyton Wise, Brandon Loayza, Boone Scherer, Zach Younger, Eli Trevino and Anthony Corrales. Courtesy photos

Grades 5-7 winner Team Ketchum holds its hardware with coach Matt Newhouse (in back). Front row, from left, Jackson Swenke, Ramiro Godoy-Talavera, Toby Molter, Nile Prabowo and Jack Keating. Back, from left, Levi Newhouse, Frances Ortiz, Danny Valadez, Pierce Lundt and Blaine Lundt.

The Blaine County Recreation District's youth basketball season wrapped up on Thursday, March 22 at the Community Campus gym, Hailey.

The season started Jan. 11 and finished with the tournaments held March 7-22.

In the tournament championship game of the grade 3-4 program, the Green Hornets, coached by Trent Jones, defeated the Black Mambas, coached by Steve Barckholtz, by a score of 25-17.

The winner of the grade 5-7 program was Team Ketchum, coached by Matt Newhouse, by a 26-21 count over Team Blue, coached by Steve Moore.

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