Winners of ‘Click It’ Tourney announced 08-26-04

PHONE: 961-2305
AUGUST 26, 2004

Photo of 8 & Under Champs
Photo of 9-10 Champs
8 & Under Champs
9-10 Champs
Photo of 11-12 Champs
Photo of 11-12 Girls Champs
11-12 Boys Champs
11-12 Girls Champs
Photo of 13-14 Champs
Photo of Intermediate Girls Champs
13-14 Boys Champs
Intermediate Girls Champs
Photo of High School Champs
Photo of High School Girls Champs
High School Boys Champs
High School Girls Champs


Seventy-nine basketball teams composed of 356 youths aged 6 through 18 competed in the “Click It or Ticket” 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament held from Thursday, August 19, through Sunday, August 22, 2004, at the Papaikou Gymnasium.

In the 8-and-Under Division, Warriors I upended Wahine Warriors 10-3 for the championship. Warriors II finished third.

In the 9-10 Division, Warriors Silver I ran away from Warriors Silver II 9-3 to claim the title. Wahine Warriors finished third.

In the 11-12 Division, Bears 2 ousted Bears Blue 7-5 in the title game. Warriors Blue finished third.

In the 13-14 Division, Stingrays edged Bears Y 12-7 to win the division. Eastside Playaz finished third.

In the Boys High School Division, Waiakea Ballaz defeated Stingrays 20-16 to claim top honors. Take It Outside I finished third.

In the Elementary Girls Division, Kamehameha outplayed Warriors 8-7 for the title. Showtime finished third.

In the Intermediate Girls Division, Door Knobs outlasted Stingrays 14-9 in the finals. Showtime finished third.

In the Girls High School Division, Stingrays claimed the title with a 16-6 win over No Care. Ekolu finished third.

“The goal of the ‘Click It or Ticket’ 3-on-3 Tournament was to increase awareness of the seat belt law requiring youths and teens in the front and back seats to be belted,” said Lieutenant Randy Apele of the Traffic Services Section. “Ultimately it’s about reducing injuries and saving lives.”

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