Courtesy photo The Olympic Avalanche Black eighth-grade girls’ team celebrate winning the Warehouse Holiday Hoops title. From left, rear are assistant coach Krissy Marvelle, Emilia Long, Maggie Ruddell, Madison Cooke, Jada Cargo and Myra Walker. From left, bottom, are manager Khloe Stanard, Hannah Reetz, Camille Stensgard and Jaida Wood.

Courtesy photo The Olympic Avalanche Black eighth-grade girls’ team celebrate winning the Warehouse Holiday Hoops title. From left, rear are assistant coach Krissy Marvelle, Emilia Long, Maggie Ruddell, Madison Cooke, Jada Cargo and Myra Walker. From left, bottom, are manager Khloe Stanard, Hannah Reetz, Camille Stensgard and Jaida Wood.

YOUTH HOOPS: Olympia Avalanche Black wins Warehouse Holiday Hoops tourney

The Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES — Next Door Gastropub’s Olympic Avalanche Black eighth-grade girls went 4-0 and captured their division title at the Warehouse Holiday Hoops tournament in Port Angeles this weekend. It was their 14th championship.

In its first game, Olympic Avalanche Black beat the Sequim Wolves 63-21. Emilia Long scored 17, Hannah Reetz scored 16 and Jaida Wood 11. The girls won their second game over Chimacum 59-9, led by Wood with 14, Long with 12, and Reetz and Madison Cooke with 11 each.

The girls went 3-0 in the semifinal by beating the Peninsula Threat 35-18. Camille Stensgard and Long each scored 9, while Wood had seven points and eight rebounds.

In the finals, Olympic Avalanche Black won by beating Olympic Avalanche White 57-28. Long had 18 points, while Stensgard had 16 and Reetz 11.

The final standings for the tournament were:

Warehouse Holiday Hoops tournament

Girls fifth grade

South Kitsap Elite-Judd, first; South Kitsap Elite-DeFevers, second; Port Angeles Dominators, third; Sequim Lady Wolves, fourth

Championship game: S.K. Elite-Judd 17, S.K. Elite-DeFevers 4.

Girls sixth grade

Northwest Thunder (Tacoma), first; Cedarcrest Select (Duvall), second; Sequim Lady Wolves, third; Port Angeles Apex, fourth.

Championship: Northwest Thumder 39, Cedarcrest 16

Girls eighth grade

Olympic Avalanche Black, first; Olympic Avalanche White, second; Port Angeles Threat, third; South Kitsap Elite, third; Sequim Wolves, fourth; Chimacum Cowgirls, fifth

Championship: Olympic Avalanche Black 57, Olympic Avalanche White 22

Boys fourth grade

Blaine Borderites, first; South Kitsap Elite, second; Forks Thunder, third; Port Angeles Green, fourth, Port Angeles White, fifth.

Championship game: Blaine 33, S.K. Elite 25

Boys fifth grade

Bellingham Basketball Academy, first; Blaine Borderites, second; Port Angeles White, third; Sequim Wolves, fourth; South Kitsap Elite, fifth; Port Angeles Green, sixth.

Championship game: Bellingham Basketball Academy 38, Blaine 35

Boys sixth grade

South Kitsap Elite, first; Sequim Wolves, second; Blaine Borderites, third; Port Angeles Green, fourth; Port Angeles White, fifth.

Championship game: S.K. Elite 49, Sequim Wolves 37

Boys seventh grade

Blaine Borderites, first; Port Angeles White, second; Forks Thunder, third; Drive Gold (Poulsbo), fourth; S.K. Elite, fifth; Drive White, sixth; Sequim Wolves, seventh; Port Angeles Green, eighth.

Championship game: Blaine 49, Port Angeles White 44

Boys eighth-grade Purple Division

Drive Blue, first; Drive Red, second; Blaine Borderites, third; Port Angeles White, fourth; Sequim Wolves, fifth; Neah Bay, sixth; Port Angeles White, seventh.

Championship game: Drive Blue 52, Drive Red 50

Dave Logan/for the Peninsula Daily News Wyatt Hall of the Port Angeles eighth-grade boys’ team drives to the basket against the Drive.

Dave Logan/for the Peninsula Daily News Wyatt Hall of the Port Angeles eighth-grade boys’ team drives to the basket against the Drive.

Dave Logan/for the Peninsula Daily News Port Angeles Park and Rec Dept held its annual Holiday Hoops tournament on Saturday and Sunday in the Port Angeles High School gym and at Stevens Gym. More than 40 teams participated with girls and boys from fourth through eighth grades playing. Dru Clark of the Port Angeles eighth-grade boys’ team looks to drive around defenders from the Drive, a team from Poulsbo.

Dave Logan/for the Peninsula Daily News Port Angeles Park and Rec Dept held its annual Holiday Hoops tournament on Saturday and Sunday in the Port Angeles High School gym and at Stevens Gym. More than 40 teams participated with girls and boys from fourth through eighth grades playing. Dru Clark of the Port Angeles eighth-grade boys’ team looks to drive around defenders from the Drive, a team from Poulsbo.

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