Tournament a net-swishing success

  • Jan. 23, 2012 10:00 a.m.

Submitted by Assistant Coach David Mclean–The second annual George M. Dawson 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament was held over the past weekend with net-swishing success. Fifteen teams participated this year with Round Robin games on Friday and a double knock out schedule on Saturday. Over the two days of rim-rattling tournament competition, there were many games for the crowd and the players to enjoy. GMD girls and guys teams would like to thank everyone who attended, played and volunteered to make it a righteous slam dunk this year. The winners for our 2012 tourney were: Female Division: Chantel White, Hazel Smith, Latisha Setso and Jade Smith.Jr. Male Division: Cole Cross, Nolan O’Brien, Jesse Barnes, Grant MoodySr. Male Division: Mister Marks, Jordan Williams, Anthony Davis, Mike Russ.Howaa for your support, GMD Thunder and Grads.

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