Local teams hit the Superior Hoop Shoot target

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  • During the Superior Hoop Shoot the Clark Fork Mountain Cats girls teams won, with the 6th grade girls in first place (white uniforms) and 5th graders in second place (maroon uniforms). (Photo courtesy of Jeff Schultz)

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    The 7/8 grade Clark Fork Mountain Cats girls placed second during the Superior Hoop Shoot held April 7 and 8 in Superior. (Photo courtesy of Jeff Schultz)

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    The Clark Fork Mountain Cats girls grades 3 and 4 played during the Superior Hoop Shoot last weekend. (Photo courtesy of Superior Hoop Shoot)

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    The Clark Fork Mountain Cats boys 5/6 grade team placed first during the Superior Hoop Shoot last weekend. (Photo courtesy of Superior Hoop Shoot)

  • During the Superior Hoop Shoot the Clark Fork Mountain Cats girls teams won, with the 6th grade girls in first place (white uniforms) and 5th graders in second place (maroon uniforms). (Photo courtesy of Jeff Schultz)

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    The 7/8 grade Clark Fork Mountain Cats girls placed second during the Superior Hoop Shoot held April 7 and 8 in Superior. (Photo courtesy of Jeff Schultz)

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    The Clark Fork Mountain Cats girls grades 3 and 4 played during the Superior Hoop Shoot last weekend. (Photo courtesy of Superior Hoop Shoot)

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    The Clark Fork Mountain Cats boys 5/6 grade team placed first during the Superior Hoop Shoot last weekend. (Photo courtesy of Superior Hoop Shoot)

Elementary students from all over the are descended on Superior last weekend to participate in the Superior Hoop Shoot. There were 31 teams made up of boys and girls from grades five through eight who met up on the courts in the high school and elementary school gyms to shoot-it- out. Teams were grades 3/4; 5/6; and 7/8.

Superior/Alberton Clark Fork Mountain Cat teams hit the mark during the tournament which was held on April 7 and 8, where first place slots were filled by the 6th grade girls and the 5/6 grade boys teams. Rounding out second place were the 7/8 grade girls team, the 5th grade girls, and the 3/4 grade boys according to Jeff Schultz who helped to organize the event.

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