Tournament Results

16U Elite Warriors 46, Savannah Hawks 43

The Elite Warriors used a second half surge to take down the Savannah Hawks in the 16U division championship game. Resiliency would be the word to describe the Elite Warriors squad. Trailing by eight in the first half, Avery McGarity led the charge with three second quarter 3-pointers to pull his squad back in front. 

The second half was a back-and-forth affair as the Hawks’ Jacquan Kearse and Dontavian Leach kept pace with Elite Warriors’ duo of Titus Brown and Micah Roebuck. 

9U: EOTO 33, ATL Blue Chip 27

EOTO Elite GA beat Team ATL Blue Chip 33-27 to win the 9 and under division of the Georgia Cup III tournament on Sunday. 

Bryce Fraley scored 8 points mainly off of inside baskets. Chase Walker also added 7 points through his ability to push the offensive tempo in transition. EOTO thrived on the defensive side of the ball and produced numerous scoring droughts from the opposition.

10U: Atlanta Celtics 2026 60, Triple Double 32 

Atlanta Celtics 2026 beat Team Triple Double 60-32 to win the 10 and under division of the Georgia Cup III tournament on Sunday. 

Triston Excel-McDonald scored 20 points with his points coming off drives in addition several made three pointers. Kayden Allen also added 17 points and had success from three point range along with drives in transition. The Atlanta Celtics displayed efficient pacing and athleticism throughout the course of the game.

The Riviera Beach Chargers went home as champions this past weekend in the 8th grade division at the Florida Girls State Qualifier.  They started things off with a 35-29 win over South Florida Fast Break.  They then defeated Bad Girls 47-38.  They ended pool play with a demoralizing loss to MSC Jr. Allstars, 13-46.  Their 2-1 pool play record earned them a spot in the championship with a chance at redemption against MSC Jr. Allstars.  They took the opportunity at hand and defeated the MSC Jr. Allstars 49-41 to take home the championship.

Congratulations to the Jupiter Jaguars on winning the Florida Girls State Qualifier.  They kicked off the weekend with a 37-34 victory over the Hurricanes.  They followed it up with a commanding 51-29 win over Flight Time.  They then capped off pool play with a 38-35 victory over South Florida Fastbreak.  Their 3-0 mark in pool play placed them into the championship with a rematch against the Hurricanes. This game went almost the same as it did before, with the Jaguars pulling out the win by a score of 46-43.

11U Nike Cy-fair elite academy played some really good basketball and and there team defense and ball movement gave them the edge to win the championship.

12U champions Loyalty 1st

This division was very competitive and most of the games was decided by 1 point. The top team out of Alabama showed they are elite by winning the championship. They made a lot of 3 pointers every game and it was just to much for the opposing team.

10U champions LA Bucks

The LA Bucks played some good basketball and was able to win the championship. They put pressure against there on the other teams and was able to win another championship.

champs

Congratulations to Skills Center Elite on their 9th grade championship at Think Pink.  They kicked of their championship run with a 68-52 win over the Tampa Bayhawks.  They closed out pool play with a close win over Bay Area Hoops Elite 45-37.  In bracket play, they started off in the semis against the St. Paul Stars, who they defeated 60-36 to move into the championship.  This set up a match up with Top Flight Elite to decide who the champions were.  Skills Center Elite rolled through to defeat Top Flight Elite 84-59.

Wolfpack brought home the title at Think Pink in the 8th grade division.  They started their weekend off not how they expected to with a 44-34 defeat to the Tampa Aces.  They bounced back with a 40-25 win over St. Pete Heatwave.  This put them into bracket play where they started off with a 45-18 win over High Hoops to move them into the semis.  They took care of business in the semis against Space Coast Fury, 57-27.  This put them into the finals against the Tampa Aces with a chance at redemption.  They got their revenge as they defeated the Tampa Aces 47-41 to win the championship.

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