This combination photo shows all five division-winning teams from the recent 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament at Thunder Mountain High School. (Upper left) Team 7, (upper right) Hoopsters, (lower left) 3 Amigos; (lower center) Lucky Ladies and (lower right) 3 of a Kind. (Courtesy Photos)

3v3 Tournament crowns division winners

Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball and Hooprats recently hosted the 13th annual 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament.

There were five divisions —high school girls, boys 11th grade and older, boys ninth and 10th grades, boys 7th and 8th grades and boys and girls sixth and eighth grade.

Winning teams included: Hoopsters, Gwen Nizich, Izzy Waters, Skylar Tuckwood and Layla Tokuoka (high school girls division); Team 7, Samuel Lockhart, Krishna Sanguni, James Polasky and TJ Guevarra (boys 11th grade and older); 3 of a Kind , Gavin Gerrin, Joren Gasga and Ahmir Parker (boys ninth and 10th grades); 3 Amigos, Wrenz Del Rosario, Aaron Lzo and Logan Fellman (boys 7th and 8th grades) and Lucky Ladies, Blythe Lockhart, June Froxel and Bergen Erickson (boys and girls sixth and eighth grade).

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This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team Team 7, featuring Samuel Lockhart, Krishna Sanguni, James Polasky and TJ Guevarra. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team Team 7, featuring Samuel Lockhart, Krishna Sanguni, James Polasky and TJ Guevarra. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team 3 Amigos, featuring Wrenz Del Rosario, Aaron Lzo and Logan Fellman. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team 3 Amigos, featuring Wrenz Del Rosario, Aaron Lzo and Logan Fellman. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team 3 of a Kind , featuring Gavin Gerrin, Joren Gasga and Ahmir Parker. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team 3 of a Kind , featuring Gavin Gerrin, Joren Gasga and Ahmir Parker. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team, Lucky Ladies, featuring Blythe Lockhart, June Froxel and Bergen Erickson. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament division-winning team, Lucky Ladies, featuring Blythe Lockhart, June Froxel and Bergen Erickson. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament high school girls division-winning team Hoopsters, featuring Gwen Nizich, Izzy Waters, Skylar Tuckwood and Layla Tokuoka. (Courtesy Photo)

This photo shows 3v3 Pre-Season Tournament high school girls division-winning team Hoopsters, featuring Gwen Nizich, Izzy Waters, Skylar Tuckwood and Layla Tokuoka. (Courtesy Photo)

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