GALLERY: Weekend on the court
Dru Gimlin, a Quincy High School basketball player who tragically passed away in a car accident in 2003, remains present in Quincy through the Dru Gimlin 3-on-3 tournament.
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Tournament organizer Stephanie Boorman said that this was the first year that the tournament had “more than enough volunteers.”
When some courts were open and without games taking place on them, attendees took the opportunity to get some shots up and practice dunking.
After a well-played game, opposing teams gathered for high fives in a demonstration of sportsmanship.
A player rises up to attempt to block a shot in the post during the Dru Gimlin 3-on-3 tournament.
Eastmont teams had success in the tournament, winning the girls grade 3/4 and 5/6 bracket.
Teams had the opportunity to coordinate their uniforms, and some chose to wear the jerseys of NBA players.
Even the younger competition was harshly competitive, as seen by this young player breaking through a defense.
The tournament featured boys and girls from grades 3-12, along with adults.
Sports Reporter | June 20, 2022 1:00 AM