Local winners competing in districts Saturday

DOWAGIAC — Kyle Frazier, Ashton Maleski, Josh Winchester-Jones, Olivia McIntosh, Bree Behnke and Sienna Potter were winners at the annual Dowagiac Elks Hoop Shoot held in early December.

A total of 22 boys and girls participated in the annual free throw shooting contest.

Each contestant shot 25 free throws with the winning being the person to make the most shots.

The winners will compete this Saturday in the district competition held in St. Joseph.

ELKS HOOP SHOOT

Age division results

Boys 8-9

1. Kyle Frazier, 2. Aiden Martin, 3. Adam Eckman

Boys 10-11

1. Ashton Maleski, 2. Anthony Benitez, 3. Austin Hart and Parker Stout

Boys 12-13

1. Josh Winchester-Jones, 2. Elijah Stout, 3. Seth Sapp and Max Stelmasiak

Girls 8-9

1. Olivia McIntosh

Girls 10-11

1. Bree Behnke, 2. Charleigh Reed, 3. Ava Nate

Girls 12-13

1. Sienna Potter

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