Top teams battle for 3-on-3 tourney title

The second Street Fair 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded Friday afternoon with a handful of teams walking away with championship honors.

  • Wednesday, August 2, 2017 10:05am
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The Mystery Team (in black), who won the girls 3x3 competition, consisted of Kaylee Cooper, Laney Coons, Kate Tinney, Kyndra Rademacher, Kennedy VanHoof and Berkley Kahne. Photo by Ray Still

The second Street Fair 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded Friday afternoon with a handful of teams walking away with championship honors.

In the boys division, for seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders, will winning squad was Big Binetti Brand. Making up the team were the foursome of Tyler Fedemma, Will Scroeder, John Leonard and Jordan Iacobazzi.

On the girls side – for seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders – it was Mystery Team taking top honors. The squad consisted of Kaylee Cooper, Laney Coons, Kate Tinney, Kyndra Rademacher, Kennedy VanHoof and Berkley Kahne.

The boys winner in the fifth/sixth-grade division was the Sniper Squad. The roster included Kole Carnino, Karson Holt, Wyatt Neu and Noah Putman.

In the third/fourth-grade boys division, the Hornets took the title. Team members were Colton Paulson, Louie Chevalier, Carson Hickle and Ryker Popke.

The second Street Fair 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded Friday afternoon with a handful of teams walking away with championship honors. In the boys division, for seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders, will winning squad was Big Binetti Brand. Making up the team were the foursome of Tyler Fedemma, Will Scroeder, John Leonard and Jordan Iacobazzi. On the […]

The second Street Fair 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded Friday afternoon with a handful of teams walking away with championship honors. In the boys division, for seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders, will winning squad was Big Binetti Brand. Making up the team were the foursome of Tyler Fedemma, Will Scroeder, John Leonard and Jordan Iacobazzi. On the […]

The second Street Fair 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded Friday afternoon with a handful of teams walking away with championship honors. In the boys division, for seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders, will winning squad was Big Binetti Brand. Making up the team were the foursome of Tyler Fedemma, Will Scroeder, John Leonard and Jordan Iacobazzi. On the […]

The second Street Fair 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded Friday afternoon with a handful of teams walking away with championship honors. In the boys division, for seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders, will winning squad was Big Binetti Brand. Making up the team were the foursome of Tyler Fedemma, Will Scroeder, John Leonard and Jordan Iacobazzi. On the […]

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