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Family, food and fun: A rundown of Sunday’s events as Hoopfest 2018 draws to a close.
Before Josh Heytvelt lost his first game Saturday in the elite men’s division of Hoopfest, the former Gonzaga big man had touched a basketball maybe five times in the last several months.
Stars and Stripes, which features Notre Dame commit Samantha Brunelle, the top-ranked recruit in 2019 recruiting class, won both of its games Saturday, three months after winning a USA Basketball 3-on-3 national title.
Ex-EWU football players Shaq Hill, Stu Stiles and Nick Ellison team up Saturday for Hoopfest.
Hoopfest is an event for all comers, and athletes from second grade to age 77 squared off Saturday in the world’s largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, now in its 29th year.
Thousands of people come downtown this weekend for the largest 3-on-3 street basketball tournament in the world, Saturday and Sunday.
Janelle Bekkering, a former Gonzaga star, brings back an All-Calgary team, including longtime friend Stephanie Price (Lethbridge University) and Kimberly Lee (Waterloo University).
Former Gonzaga standout Nigel Williams-Goss holds clinics for 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Nike Center Court of Hoopfest on Friday, June 29, 2018. The kids were selected from Hoopfest's facebook page among kids who commented on the Nigel link.
A decade before starring at Fresno State and signing a $60 million contact with the Miami Heat, Johnson attended Spokane’s Hamblen, Adams and Sunrise elementary schools as his mother, Jennifer Johnson, worked in aviation resource management at Fairchild Air Force Base.