Local Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) travel basketball team Buckeye Storm recently competed in the United States Basketball Association (USBA) National Tournament, where the group of seventh graders from all around Scioto County finished in seventh place, out of the 69 teams competing. Pictured are (standing) Ryan Benjamin, Kyle sexton, JJ Truitt, (kneeling) Dylan Ellis, Tanner Voiers, Isaac Little, Jacob Crabtree, (sitting) Brady Voiers, Mathew Miller and Aaron Jolly, (Not pictured) Trevor Mault.


Local Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) travel basketball team Buckeye Storm recently competed in the United States Basketball Association (USBA) National Tournament, where the group of seventh graders from all around Scioto County finished in seventh place, out of the 69 teams competing. Pictured are (standing) Ryan Benjamin, Kyle sexton, JJ Truitt, (kneeling) Dylan Ellis, Tanner Voiers, Isaac Little, Jacob Crabtree, (sitting) Brady Voiers, Mathew Miller and Aaron Jolly, (Not pictured) Trevor Mault.

Local Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) travel basketball team Buckeye Storm recently competed in the United States Basketball Association (USBA) National Tournament, where the group of seventh graders from all around Scioto County finished in seventh place, out of the 69 teams competing. Pictured are (standing) Ryan Benjamin, Kyle sexton, JJ Truitt, (kneeling) Dylan Ellis, Tanner Voiers, Isaac Little, Jacob Crabtree, (sitting) Brady Voiers, Mathew Miller and Aaron Jolly, (Not pictured) Trevor Mault.
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_IMG_0530.jpgLocal Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) travel basketball team Buckeye Storm recently competed in the United States Basketball Association (USBA) National Tournament, where the group of seventh graders from all around Scioto County finished in seventh place, out of the 69 teams competing. Pictured are (standing) Ryan Benjamin, Kyle sexton, JJ Truitt, (kneeling) Dylan Ellis, Tanner Voiers, Isaac Little, Jacob Crabtree, (sitting) Brady Voiers, Mathew Miller and Aaron Jolly, (Not pictured) Trevor Mault.
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