The first-place Elks Hoop Shoot Winners from the city championships held this weekend at the Vern Burton Gym receive tehir trophies. From left, they are Levi Simoneau, 11, from Franklin Elementary School, who shot 18 out of 25 to win the boys 10-11 age group; Logan Wasnock, 8, from Jefferson Elementary, who shot 13 out of 25 to win the boys 8-9 age group; and Lillian Wasnock, 11, from Jefferson Elementary, who shot 10 out of 25 to win the girls 10-11 age group. Second-place winners were James Boyd, 13 out of 25 in the 8-9 age group and Ernest Grimes Jr., 14 out of 25 in the 10-11 age group. The first-place winners will compete in the district championship this Saturday at Vern Burton Gym. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

The first-place Elks Hoop Shoot Winners from the city championships held this weekend at the Vern Burton Gym receive tehir trophies. From left, they are Levi Simoneau, 11, from Franklin Elementary School, who shot 18 out of 25 to win the boys 10-11 age group; Logan Wasnock, 8, from Jefferson Elementary, who shot 13 out of 25 to win the boys 8-9 age group; and Lillian Wasnock, 11, from Jefferson Elementary, who shot 10 out of 25 to win the girls 10-11 age group. Second-place winners were James Boyd, 13 out of 25 in the 8-9 age group and Ernest Grimes Jr., 14 out of 25 in the 10-11 age group. The first-place winners will compete in the district championship this Saturday at Vern Burton Gym. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

YOUTH SPORTS: Elks Hoop Shoot winners

  • By Dave Logan For Peninsula Daily News
  • Wednesday, January 18, 2023 1:30am
  • SportsArea Sports

The first-place Elks Hoop Shoot Winners from the city championships held this weekend at the Vern Burton Gym receive their trophies. From left, they are Levi Simoneau, 11, from Franklin Elementary School, who shot 18 out of 25 to win the boys 10-11 age group; Logan Wasnock, 8, from Jefferson Elementary, who shot 13 out of 25 to win the boys 8-9 age group; and Lillian Wasnock, 11, from Jefferson Elementary, who shot 10 out of 25 to win the girls 10-11 age group.

Second-place winners were James Boyd, 13 out of 25 in the 8-9 age group and Ernest Grimes Jr., 14 out of 25 in the 10-11 age group. The first-place winners will compete in the district championship this Saturday at Vern Burton Gym.

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