Tournament Results

The Wellington Wolves were the champs of the 7th grade division at Slamfest.  They started things off with a 61-47 win over the Riviera Beach Chargers.  They capped off pool play with a 61-30 win over Stampede.  This put them into bracket play where they started off against the Jupiter Jaguars.  The Wolves were all business as they defeated the Jaguars 67-22 to move into the championship against Miami Impact.  Miami Impact gave the Wolves a run for their money but Wellington closed it out 45-41 to win the championship.

Both teams had a rough pool play.  They met for the championship and the Bay City Ballers were crowned champion with a final score of 66-50.

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The girls of the Wellington Wolves were the champs of Slamfest.  They opened up the tournament playing up a grade against Miami Lady Ballers.  They showed that they can play on all levels as they defeated Miami Lady Ballers 27-22.  They then defeated the Hollywood Eagles 49-21 to advance straight to the championship game.  They faced the Hollywood Eagles again and continued their domination by defeating the Eagles by a score of 39-12.

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The Broward Sharks were the silver bracket champs in the 10th grade division at Slamfest.  After going 1-1 with a win over Blue Storm 43-41, they moved into the silver bracket.  They started it off with a 62-52 win over the Wellington Wolves.  In the championship game they took care of business against Stampede, 77-61.

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SOH Elite took home the championship in the 5th grade division at Slamfest.  They started the weekend off with a 45-32 victory over Team Edition.  That was followed up by a 1 point win over the Jupiter Jaguars, 40-39, to go undefeated in pool play.  They began bracket play in the semis with a 44-39 win over Stampede to move into the championship against Coral Springs Explosion.  The won in dominating fashion by a score of 56-30.  

The Port Charlotte Pirates cruised through pool play and bracket play.  Their only close game was in the semifinals where the won by 4.  In the championship game, the Port Charlotte Pirates beat the Palm City Suns 67-34.

10th grade champs

Team Swoop went perfect on the weekend en route to a Slamfest Title.  They kicked off the weekend with a 49-44 victory of South Florida Elite.  They handled Stampede in their next game 57-31, putting themselves in to bracket play.  They opened up bracket play with a 52-40 win over Klutch Elite.  In the semis they defeated Team B in a close game, 56-51.  In the championship game against Treasure Coast Titans they won by the narrowest of margins, 66-65.  

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Congratulations to the South Florida Spartans on winning the 9th grade Slamfest championship.  They opened up the weekend with a 43-37 victory over the Jupiter Jaguars.  They followed it up with another victory, a close one over the Wellington Wolves 57-56.  They then suffered a one point loss to Miami Impact.  Their 2-1 mark and point differential put them into the championship game against the Wellington Wolves.  They took care of business in the championship game defeating the Wolves 56-43.

Rock United were the champs of the silver bracket in the 8th grade division at Slamfest.  After going 2-1 in pool play with a 67-24 win over the Condors and a 43-39 win over Nike Team Florida,  Rock United lost on tie breaker criteria to move into the silver bracket.  They posted a 51-34 win over Miami Impact to move into the championship game against Magic City.  They dominated Magic City 62-32 to win the silver bracket championship.  

Nike Team Florida came out on top in the 8th grade division at Slamfest.  They began the weekend with a 65-60 victory of the Miami Knights.  They were then defeated by Rock United 39-43.  They bounced back with a 57-24 win over the Condors.  In bracket play they began with a 62-41 win over Stampede to move into the championship against St. Andrews Cardinals.  Nike Team Florida took care of business as they won 63-52.  

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