Youth basketball stars shine at Mother Lode Madness Tournament

Bret Harte Ballers (Ryan McDaniel, Ryder Foust, Noah Wright and Wyatt Tiscornia).

Calaveras High School’s Mike Flock Gym hosted the 2019 Mother Lode Madness 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, which took place Aug. 11. Boy and girl participants ranged in ages from youth to high school.

The individual division winners were: youth boys – Motherlode Miners (Carson Gilliam, Owen Holly, Jordan Hulsebosch); elementary girls – Future Ballers (Bailey Eltringham, Lexie McDaniel, Maddie Kane); middle school boys – Bret Harte Ballers (Ryan McDaniel, Ryder Foust, Noah Wright and Wyatt Tiscornia); middle school girls – Mudd Kittens (Sophie Bouma, Chase Silva and Makenna Tutthill); high school boys – The Crew (Conor Arnold, Logan Sewell, Devon Dye and Shawn Mantz); and high school girls – Little League (Madison Clark, Bailie Clark and Brooke Nordahl).The best team name went to the elementary girls’ team of Hoops I Did It Again.

The next event will be the Tip-Off Classic Middle School Tournament, set for Sept. 14-15, which will feature seventh-and eighth-grade girls’ basketball. The boys’ tournament will be Dec. 14-15. Another Mother Lode Madness 3-on-3 tournament will likely be held in early April.

Youth basketball stars shine at Mother Lode Madness Tournament

The Crew (Conor Arnold, Logan Sewell, Devon Dye and Shawn Mantz).

Youth basketball stars shine at Mother Lode Madness Tournament

Little League (Madison Clark, Bailie Clark and Brooke Nordahl).

Youth basketball stars shine at Mother Lode Madness Tournament

Mudd Kittens (Sophie Bouma, Chase Silva and Makenna Tutthill)

Youth basketball stars shine at Mother Lode Madness Tournament

Motherlode Miners (Carson Gilliam, Owen Holly, Jordan Hulsebosch)

Youth basketball stars shine at Mother Lode Madness Tournament

Future Ballers (Bailey Eltringham, Lexie McDaniel, Maddie Kane

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