Bringing the ball home


Teams from both out of state and in-state dominated the courts of First Avenue and Court Street in Gallipolis last weekend with 165 teams attending the annual Hoops Project. Each team had a maximum of six players each, with only three players from each allowed on the court at any given time during a game. As of press time, final results were not available. See Page A4 for more photos from the weekend’s tourney.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Teams from both out of state and in-state dominated the courts of First Avenue and Court Street in Gallipolis last weekend with 165 teams attending the annual Hoops Project. Each team had a maximum of six players each, with only three players from each allowed on the court at any given time during a game. As of press time, final results were not available. See Page A4 for more photos from the weekend’s tourney.

Teams from both out of state and in-state dominated the courts of First Avenue and Court Street in Gallipolis last weekend with 165 teams attending the annual Hoops Project. Each team had a maximum of six players each, with only three players from each allowed on the court at any given time during a game. As of press time, final results were not available. See Page A4 for more photos from the weekend’s tourney.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0381-1-.jpgTeams from both out of state and in-state dominated the courts of First Avenue and Court Street in Gallipolis last weekend with 165 teams attending the annual Hoops Project. Each team had a maximum of six players each, with only three players from each allowed on the court at any given time during a game. As of press time, final results were not available. See Page A4 for more photos from the weekend’s tourney. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune
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