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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 2014 By TONY B. LOWE Champions were crowned in Hogansville during the finals of Troup County Parks and Recreation Youth Basketball Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 15. The Hogansville Recreation Department in fact hosted the entire tournament. Of 31 original teams from two girls and two boys divisions across the county, Hogansville teams earned a spot in each division championship game as finalist. In the opening game, the Hot Shot of Hogansville played host to the Crush of Lagrange in the girls' 8-10 year old division. The Hot Shots handily defeated the Crush by a score of 16 to 4, as they were crowned champions. Kelsey Cotton and Khaila Upshaw, 10 and 4 points, led all scorers. The Cornhuskers of Hogansville played host to the Tar Heels of Lagrange, in the boys 8-10 year old division, in the second game. In one of the most exciting game, the Tar Heels captured the victory and champi- onship by a score of 41 to 34. For the Huskers, Jimmie Dukes and Nazare Rutledge, 15 and 11 points, respec- tively led their team. Jaylon Brown and Chase Williams, 14 and 11, respectively, led the way for the Heels. In the girls' 11-13 years old division, the Bullets Of Hogansville firmly defeated the Impact of Lagrange by a score of 44 to 4 to capture the championship. Leijory Sanders and Aerion Dorsey, 20 and 9 points, respectively, led all scorers. The Bulls of Hogansville upset the Warriors of Lagrange, in the final game of day, by a score of 34 to 30. As the number two seeded Bulls were able to put together a winning game plan to secure the victory and county championship. Leading scorers for the Warriors were Jayivon Snelling and Brandon Smith with 12 and 10 points, respectively. For the Bulls, Antinez Blount and Braelin Mitchell led the way with 14 and 7 points, respectively. Through the morning, the gymnasium was filled to capacity as fans came to sup- port. Don Howell, Director of Troup County Parks and Recreation Commission, and Board member Sarah Jenkins, were on hand to congratulate youth and award trophies to all division champions and runner-ups. "I am proud of all of the kids, volunteer coaches, parents, staff, and supporters, who made our effort a Success", explained Regina Dukes, Recreation Department Supervisor. HOT SHOTS - Markeisha Reeves #1, Sally Terrell #3, Ashari #4, Kelsey Cotton #5, Aaliyah Merman #11, Destiny Sewell #12, Trinity Hill #13, Serenity Hill #14, Tyterria Godwin #15, & Khaila Upshaw #30. Coaches Grey Smith (not pictured) and Kimberly Phillips. BULLS - Jordan Ogletree #2, Antinez Blount #3, Patrick Reeves #4, Zacharis Smith #5, Keyeontavious Sims #10, Braelin Mitchell #12, & Tate Johnson #14. Coaches: (L-R) Arthez Woodruff, John Leslie, & Carlenton Martin. BULLETS - Nakhia Cotton #1, Ashanti "Sgner #3, Marquita Mitchell #4, Leijorey Sanders #5, Oeisha Jenkins #14, Jalexis Fitten #15, Aerion Dorsey #34. 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