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ShoWare basketball tournament in Kent draws 160 teams

Dunkan Nguyen, right, of the Young Cougs pushes by Cooper Campbell of the Mini Viks to put up a lay-up Sunday during the ShoWare Shootout. The Young Cougs took first place in the third grade age group. - CHARLES CORTES, Kent Reporter
Dunkan Nguyen, right, of the Young Cougs pushes by Cooper Campbell of the Mini Viks to put up a lay-up Sunday during the ShoWare Shootout. The Young Cougs took first place in the third grade age group.
— image credit: CHARLES CORTES, Kent Reporter

Basketball players of all ages filled up temporary courts at the ShoWare Center parking lot on Saturday and Sunday in Kent.

A total of 160 teams in 19 divisions competed in the third annual ShoWare Shootout 3-on-3 basketball tournament presented by Allied Waste. That's up slightly from the 156 teams that competed in 2011.

The tournament featured divisions for men, women, boys, girls and offered a wheelchair division. Teams paid an entry fee of $75. The fee included a guarantee of four games, a T-­Shirt and extra T-­shirt if your team wins the championship game of the division.

2012 ShoWare Shootout Winners:

3rd Grade Boys - Young Cougs

4th Grade Boys - Lil Chocolate Wontons

5th Grade Boys - Sno Valley Dawgs

6th Grade Boys - Wolverines

7th Grade Boys - Team Swag

8th Grade Boys - Chop City

9th Grade Boys - YMCA Late Nite

High School Boys - AHS Trojans

Adult Men Rec #1 - PSB

Adult Men Rec #2 - Yak to Tac

5th Grade Girls    - Put It Up

6th Grade Girls    - Game Time Swag

7th Grade Girls    - Da’ Zags

8th Grade Girls    - Game Changers

High School Girls - Hoopaholics

Adult Co-ed - Torn Ligaments

Wheelchair - Strictly Business

Women’s Rec - Fury

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