6 advance to Elks District Hoop Shoot


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Eight- and nine-year olds, left to right, Joseph Moore, Jackson Earley, Addison McCulley, Bella Mahanes.

Eight- and nine-year olds, left to right, Joseph Moore, Jackson Earley, Addison McCulley, Bella Mahanes.


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Ten- and 11-year olds, left to right, Brady Mullins, Gunnar Martin, Addison Martin and Lila Theetge.


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Twelve- and 13-year olds, left to right, Michael Browning, Jace Pittser, Leah Binau and Naveah Nance.


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Six winners were crowned local winners in the Wilmington Elks 797 annual Hoop Shoot competition.

The winners advance to the district Hoop Shoot Jan 18. at Wilmington College’s Fred Raizk Arena.

The winners were:

• 8-9-year-old girls: Addison McCulley

• 8-9-year-old boys: Jackson Earley

• 10-11-year-old girls: Addison Martin

• 10-11-year-old boys: Gunnar Martin

• 12-13-year-old girls: Leah Binau

• 12-13-year-old boys: Jace Pittser

Runnersup were Bella Mahanes in the 8-9 girls age group and Joseph Moore in the 8-9 boys; Lila Theetge in the 10-11 girls and Brady Mullins in the 10-11 boys; and Naveah Nance in the 12-13 girls and Michael Browning in the 12-13 boys.

Eight- and nine-year olds, left to right, Joseph Moore, Jackson Earley, Addison McCulley, Bella Mahanes.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_Elks_89yearolds.jpgEight- and nine-year olds, left to right, Joseph Moore, Jackson Earley, Addison McCulley, Bella Mahanes. Courtesy Photo

Ten- and 11-year olds, left to right, Brady Mullins, Gunnar Martin, Addison Martin and Lila Theetge.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_Elks_1011yearolds.jpgTen- and 11-year olds, left to right, Brady Mullins, Gunnar Martin, Addison Martin and Lila Theetge. Courtesy Photo

Twelve- and 13-year olds, left to right, Michael Browning, Jace Pittser, Leah Binau and Naveah Nance.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_Elks_1213yearolds.jpgTwelve- and 13-year olds, left to right, Michael Browning, Jace Pittser, Leah Binau and Naveah Nance. Courtesy Photo

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