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Indian Hills Nets Most Wins at Basketball Tourney

About 300 Canyons middle school students starred in a March Madness-styled basketball tournament, with Indian Hills athletes netting half the competition’s first-place trophies.

The 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, held March 15-17, 2011 at Jordan High School, is part of Canyons School District’s Middle School Intramural Athletics Program. The program, which premiered in 2009 with a 2-mile cross country race at Eastmont Middle School and has grown to include chess and Ultimate Frisbee, aims to promote healthy lifestyles and gauge interest for future competitive sports programs. First- through fourth-place winners are awarded trophies and medals; all participants receive ribbons.

The 2011 Middle School 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament winners are:

Seventh-Grade Boys
First Place: Crescent View #1
Second Place: Crescent View #2
Third Place: Eastmont #1
Fourth Place: Mount Jordan #1

Seventh-Grade Girls
First Place: Indian Hills #3
Second Place: Butler #2
Third Place: Eastmont #1
Fourth Place: Union #1

Eighth-Grade Boys
First Place: Indian Hills #1
Second Place: Albion #1
Third Place: Indian Hills #2
Fourth Place: Eastmont #1

Eighth-Grade Girls
First Place: Albion #1
Second Place: Indian Hills #1
Third Place: Union #1
Fourth Place: Midvale #1

Ninth-Grade Boys
First Place: Indian Hills #1
Second Place: Albion #1
Third Place: Mount Jordan #1
Fourth Place: Butler #2

Ninth-Grade Girls
First Place: Indian Hills #1
Second Place: Indian Hills #2
Third Place: Indian Hills #3
Fourth Place: Albion #1

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