Nine teams emerge victorious from Suring’s 3-on-3 tournament

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The Average Joes team of, from left, Aubrey DeBauch, Dani McQuillan, Karissa Schaal and Sheridan Flauger placed first in the girls grade 9-10 division at the Suring 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on March 30. (Contributed photo)

Sixty teams across nine divisions competed in the Ninth Annual Suring 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on March 30, with a winning team from each division.

There were four girls divisions and five boys divisions.

The Big Ballers team from Oneida and Black Creek took first in the grade 3-4 division. Monique Martinez, Aubrey House, Addesin Smith and Bailey Nieland formed the winning team.

The grade 5-6 division winner was the Wild Things team from Oconto. Natalie Schlueter, Jaelin Kumhala, Rylie Shallow and Madilyn Thomson made up the team.

In the girls grade 7-8 division, the Raiders team of Madeline Christenson, Allie Jarock, Taylor Olson and Ella Wiese took first. The team was from Pulaski.

The quartet of Sheridan Flauger, Aubrey Debauch, Dani McQuillan and Karissa Schaal formed the Average Joes team that took first in the grade 9-10 division. The athletes were from Gillett and Pulaski.

On the boys side, the Bonduel Fourth Grade team of Quinn Wesenberg, Carter Moesch, Aiden Hillsberg and Jack Zernicke took first.

In the boys grade 5-6 division, the Red Raiders team from Pulaski took first. Nathan Jossie, Joey Mijal, Tate Gerth and Dixson Holewinski formed the team.

West De Pere’s quartet of Drew Van Oss, Andrew Baumgart, Amari Allen and Caleb Neuens won the grade 7-8 division.

In the boys grade 9-10 division, the Nothin’ But Bricks team of Adam Haines, Preston Wusterbarth, Eian Baumann and Noah Nosgovite came in first. Players were from Lena, Oconto and Crivitz.

The Showtime Ballers team of Mitchell Stegeman, Cole Long, Logan Krause and Caleb Lally won the boys grade 11-12 division. Athletes were from Suring and Gillett.