Osage boys and Eldon girls win CRA Invitational

The California boys rec. basketball team faced Osage in the championship game of the California Recreation Association (CRA) Sixth Grade Invitational Saturday afternoon, where the Pintos lost 37-15 to finish the tourney in second place. Members of the team, front row, from left, are Nyson Moore, Liam Glenn, Peyton Peters, Rhett Kiesling and Bobby Bryant; back row, Coach Landon Porter, Cory Friedmeyer, Jacob Adams, Jacob Wolken, Campbell Gray and Jonathan Pardoe. Matt Hurt and Dawson Cooper were not present.

The California boys rec. basketball team faced Osage in the championship game of the California Recreation Association (CRA) Sixth Grade Invitational Saturday afternoon, where the Pintos lost 37-15 to finish the tourney in second place. Members of the team, front row, from left, are Nyson Moore, Liam Glenn, Peyton Peters, Rhett Kiesling and Bobby Bryant; back row, Coach Landon Porter, Cory Friedmeyer, Jacob Adams, Jacob Wolken, Campbell Gray and Jonathan Pardoe. Matt Hurt and Dawson Cooper were not present. Photo by April Arnett.

The California Recreation Association Sixth Grade Basketball Invitational was held last week (Feb. 6-11) at California Middle School, where the Eldon girls and Osage boys ultimately won the tourney championships.

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California's Jacob Adams (5), at left, scores two points during the championship game against Osage Saturday at the California Recreation Association Sixth Grade Invitational at the middle school.

In the girls' division, Eldon defeated Tipton 35-19 for the title Saturday. Jamestown defeated Ashland 29-17 in the contest for third place and Versailles defeated St. Peter and Paul 23-15 in the contest for seventh place. Osage won the consolation game against California 25-9.

For more of this story check out the Feb. 15 issue of the California Democrat.

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