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Division winners each received a champion T-shirt and a $20 gift certificate

PMG PHOTO: DEREK WILEY - Wilsonville's Grace Wilson drives to the basket during the Canby Rotary Nothing-But-Net 3-on-3 basketball tournament Saturday at Wait Park.

More than 100 teams competed in the Canby Rotary Nothing-But-Net basketball tournament Saturday at Wait Park.

The 3-on-3 double elimination tournament included youth and adult girls and boys teams from all over the Willamette Valley.

Division winners each received a champion T-shirt and a $20 gift certificate. Second-place winners each received a $10 gift certificate.

Winners

Female 8-9

First place: Rip City Hot Shots (Mt. Angel)

Second place: KKRP in Canby

Female 10-11

First place: Aftershock (Oregon City)

Second place: The Hot Shots (Oregon City)

Female 12-13

First place: Alley-Oops (Oregon City)

Second place: Limited Edition (Canby)

Female 14-15

First place: S.K.B. (Keizer)

Second place: Layup Ladies (Canby)

Male 8-9

First place: Little Ballers (Canby)

Second place: Hangry Hoopers (Canby)

Male 10-11 One

First place: The Fearless Four (Canby)

Second place: SWISH (Canby)

Male 10-11 Two

First place: To be determined 8 (Canby)

Second place: The G-Force (Canby)

PMG PHOTO: DEREK WILEY - Wilsonville's Gary Withrope drives to the goal Saturday morning at Wait Park in Canby.

Male 12-13 One

First place: NM (Aurora)

Second place: OC Pioneers (Oregon City)

Male 12-13 Two

First place: Columbia (Aurora)

Second place: Flat Earth All-Stars (Canby)

Male 14-15

First place: WNBA (Canby)

Second place: The Tri-Hards (Canby)

Male 16-18

First place: Dunkaholics (Canby)

Second place: Kreme Team (Gresham)

Male 19-25

First place: TMT (Woodburn)

Second place: Bellaye Ruskie (Woodburn)

Male 25-30

First place: Dirty Mike and the Boys (Independence)

Second place: Clarios Hot Boyz (Salem)

Male 30-plus

First place: Old School Counts (Wilsonville)

Second place: Braced Up (Salem)


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