South Florida Elite took care of business in the 11th grade division to win the Slamfest championship. They began the weekend against the Florida Mavericks and won in dominating fashion 81-38. They followed it up with another lopsided win over EBA 91-28. They got put directly into the semis after they posted a 2-0 mark in pool play. They took on the Cobras in the semis to start things off. They defeated the Cobras 52-25 to move into the championship game against the Wellington Wolves. This game was blow out as South Florida Elite ran away with the title, 94-65.
Ball4Lyfe United came out as the victors of the 6th grade division of Slamfest. They blew out South Florida Elite 61-9 to begin the tournament. They ended pool play with a 52-40 win over Team Mamba. Their 2-0 record put them in the semis of bracket play. They were then matched up against Miami Impact, who they defeated 59-47. The championship game was a great one as Ball4Lyfe squeaked by Team Mamba 39-38 to defeat them for the second time over weekend and for the title.
The Condors came out as champions of the 12th grade at Slamfest. They faced some tough competition in pool play but got to face off against the Kings to decide on the 12th grade championship. They defeated the Kings 73-62 to be crowned champions.
Congratulations to the Wellington Wolves on a perfect en route to the Slamfest title. They started the weekend off with a close game against the Lady Jaguars of South Florida, coming out on top 69-66. That was followed by a huge win over Key Largo Islanders 72-34. They rounded out pool play against their own friends, Wellington Wolves 10th grade, where they won that one 37-29. In the championship game, the Lady Jaguars of South Florida would try and avenge their earlier loss to the Wolves, but the Wolves were not going to let that happen. They closed out the tournament for a dominant 6
The Kings were the champions of the silver bracket in 9th grade at Slamfest. After having a tough go in pool play, the Kings looked to bounce back in bracket play with their first game against the Condors. They defeated the Condors 52-47 to move into the championship game. They were matched up against the South Florida Spartans to decide the champion. They defeated the Spartans 53-30.
Ball4Lyfe United were crowned champions of the 4th grade gold division at Slamfest. They started the weekend off with lopsided victory over Stampede, 71-11. That was followed up by another huge over SOH Elite, 47-15. They were then defeated by GSD Elite 40-36. In the semis of bracket play they defeated Team Edition 40-35 to move onto the finals and avenge their earlier loss to GSD Elite. And that is actually what they did as they defeated GSD Elite 40-31 to win the title.
Both the Treasure Coast Titans and Team Venom cruised through pool play, blowing teams out by nearly 20 points a game. Their outstanding play carried over to bracket play as well. Both teams seemed unstoppable until they met one another. The championship game was truly a nail biter but there can only be one winner. The Treasure Coast Titans pulled out a narrow win with a final score of 52-51.
The KT Warriors suffered a 2-point loss against HG Elite in their very first pool play game. They bounced back with an impressive 77-40 win over FTL. They ended pool play strong with a 59-48 victory over Florida Breeze. The Warriors met HG Elite again, but this time for the championship. After another hard fought game, the KT Warriors were victorious with a final score of 48-46.
Both teams were playing up a division and struggled a bit in pool play. When the two faced off for the 4th grade championship Savage Elite was victorious with a final score of 40-21.
Impact Academy were champions in the high school girls division at the Sarasota Xplosion Shootout. They started their title run with an undefeated pool play with wins over IMG White 54-29, MICS Lady Wolfpack 45-23 and N3XT 50-12. This earned them a spot in the championship with a familiar foe, IMG White. The championship game ended the same as it had before with Impact Academy topping IMG White 39-25.