Youth hoopsters battle in 3-on-3 tournament

Sure Shot, from Toyon, won the Middle School Girls Division. The Sure Shot's are Randi Adams, Madison Clark, Paytin Curran.

Calaveras High School’s Mike Flock Gym hosted the 2018 Mother Lode League Madness 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on April 22. The annual event, which was presented by Calaveras basketball, featured 35 teams competing in six divisions, with boys and girls in grades two through 12.

Teams were from Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne counties, as well as Linden, Stockton and Roseville.

The Youth Division (coed up to fourth grade) was won by the Sonora Lightning (Ry Atkins, Jovan Dockett, Tommy Sutton and Brody Speer).

The Elementary Girls Division (up to sixth grade) was won by the Mudkittens, from Avery (Sophie Bouma, Chase Silva, Makenna Tutthill and Kenzie Bottomly).

Youth hoopsters battle in 3-on-3 tournament

The Mudkittens, from Avery, won the Elementary Girls Division. The Mudkittens are Sophie Bouma, Chase Silva, Makenna Tutthill and Kenzie Bottomly.

The Sonora Fire (Riley Edwards, Roger Edwards, Reid Riddle, Reese Hampton) won the Elementary Boys Division (up to sixth grade).

The Middle School Girls Division (up to eighth grade) was won by Sure Shot, from Toyon (Randi Adams, Madison Clark, Paytin Curran).

The Middle School Boys Division (up to eighth grade) was won by Roseville’s Hotshots Elite (Anthony Gutierrez, Jake Overbay, Chace Furgeson and Jacob Elmer).

Youth hoopsters battle in 3-on-3 tournament

The Tropics, from Calaveras High School, won the High School Boys division. The Tropics are Kaven Orlandi, Griffin Manning, AJ Cardon.

The High School Boys Division (up to 12th grade) was won by Calaveras High’s The Tropics (Kaven Orlandi, Griffin Manning, AJ Cardon).

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