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Maddie Pflum (7th Grade Dallas Eilite) is a 5’10 player who has a bright future with the right work ethic and guidance. Pflum has shown this past weekend that she could do more than just to block shots and rebound the ball. Pflum can knock down the 15ft jump shot, pass well, and bring the ball up the floor. Dallas Elite will only get stronger as she will be a huge contributor for this team’s future success.

Jackson & Collins both make game-winning shots.

Cynia Jackson (7th grade Texas Rise) came through big time when her team needed her most. With 11 seconds left, Jackson brought the ball to use her quickness to move the defender with a pull upshot and wins the game versus Dallas Hurricanes 27-26.

Braden “Brady Collins (6th grade Dallas Hurricanes).

Just like Jackson, Collins steps up big when it was time to make a play. Collins and her Dallas Hurricanes team were trailing against Dallas Elite the entire game. In the 4th quarter within two minutes, the Hurricanes went on a 7-0 run. With a tie ball on hand, Collin went to the rim drawing the foul with 1.6 seconds and making 1 out of 2 free throws to seal a 22-21 over Dallas Elite.

Lighting Has Struck

Lighting Elite (6th-grade boys) is one of those teams that will make it a long day for its opponents. This team plays hard until the last horn sounds off. Coach of this team is Jason Hamm, he’s installed teamwork and effort and its shows on the court. The team was led by Joshua Jimmerson, a small guard who plays a big and makes the right play. Jimerson can play great defence as well as distributing the ball well. His teammate Jalen Snider was also a key component to the success. Snider is a guard who can create his shot and get to the rim any given time.

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