David Logan/For the Peninsula Daily News                                The two day Tip-Off Basketball Tourney was held this weekend at the PAHS gym and Roosevelt gym. Twenty-six girls and boys’ teams in grades 6th through 8th participated with teams coming from as far as Marysville and Tumwater. Port Angeles Park and Rec sponsored the tournament. Josiah Long of the 6th-grade Port Angeles team drives around a Tumwater opponent. The Port Angeles team went on to win the game 28-19 on Sunday morning.

David Logan/For the Peninsula Daily News The two day Tip-Off Basketball Tourney was held this weekend at the PAHS gym and Roosevelt gym. Twenty-six girls and boys’ teams in grades 6th through 8th participated with teams coming from as far as Marysville and Tumwater. Port Angeles Park and Rec sponsored the tournament. Josiah Long of the 6th-grade Port Angeles team drives around a Tumwater opponent. The Port Angeles team went on to win the game 28-19 on Sunday morning.

YOUTH SPORTS: More than 20 teams compete at Tipoff Tourney in Port Angeles

By the Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Parks and Rec Tipoff Tournament was held this past weekend with more than 20 teams from northwestern Washington participating.

Boys

DRIVE, from Poulsbo, won the Boys’ 6th-Grade Blue Division by beating 90Ten/Pascal from Olympia 57-31. The Sequim Wolves finished third while the Port Angeles Green Sixers were fourth, 90Ten/Marris fifth, Port Angeles White Sixers sixth, Port Angeles White Fivers seventh and Port Angeles Green Fivers eighth.

Port Angeles White won the Boys’ 7th-Grade Division. They beat the Forks Thunder 42-37 for the title. 90Ten was third, Port Angeles Green fourth and Sequim Wolves fifth.

The Boys’ 8th-Grade Division was won by NBA (Northsound Basketball Academy of Arlington), which beat 90Ten 55-42. The Sequim Wolves were third, the Marysville SWAT fourth and Port Angeles fifth.

Girls

The North Kitsap Elite won the Girls 6th-Grade Division by beating 90Ten 22-19. The Port Angeles Apex was third.

In the Girls 8th-Grade Division, the Port Angeles Threat beat the Sequim Lady Wolves 39-35 for the championship. Olympic Avalanche White third while Mount Baker was fourth and the Port Angeles Hazard fifth.

David Logan/For the Peninsula Daily News                                Tyler Hunter of the 6th-grade Port Angeles team drives past Eric Gyekis from Tumwater.

David Logan/For the Peninsula Daily News Tyler Hunter of the 6th-grade Port Angeles team drives past Eric Gyekis from Tumwater.

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