The OHSAA state boys championship was decided over the weekend and Flyin To The Hoop was well represented again. After placing 10 players on the all-state team and 1 coach of the year (Hamilton's Coach Allen), FTTH left it's mark on the championships as well.
The staff at Flyin To The Hoop would like to
congratulate Ottawa-Glandorf High School for their DII championship. OG
defeated Northmont High School at this years FTTH and will be returning next
year to take on host team Vandalia Butler.
Congratulations also go out to
Hamilton High School. Hamilton defeated Springfield South High School in
the 2004 FTTH a preview of their regional final game). Hamilton will be
returning next year playing in a national bracket.
FTTH is proud of both
those teams and we hope that playing in our event may have helped you prepare
for the tournament atmosphere in Columbus.
FLYING TO THE HOOP AND THE STATE FINALS
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