Ferris added two more wins on Tuesday and is in the Final Four of the High School Division at the Reebok Big Time. The Saxons are the only team from Washington still playing at the Big Time.
Total Package is 5-0 at the Big Time after winning a pair of Open Division (the top division) bracket-play games Monday at the Big Time. Eastern Washington Elite Red also made the Open Division. They won their bracket opener but were eliminated later Monday. EWE Red finished 3-2.
Friends of Hoop finished pool play 2-1 at the Nike Main Event. They begin bracket play Tuesday. FOH is the two-time defending champion of this event.
Also at the Nike Main Event, Wake, Emerald City Pioneers and Emerald City Chaffey also qualified for the Platinum bracket with FOH.
On Monday Rotary Select won their bracket play opener at the adidas Super-64 against Dallas Slam 17s 80-72. Reggie Moore was MVP again with 23 points.
Monday night Rotary lost to Derek Smith All-Stars 90-82 to finish 4-1. Steffphon Pettigrew lit em up for 44 points.
Ferris and the Lynden both remained unbeaten in bracket play and advanced to the Sweet-16 in the "High School" Division at the Big Time. This division is for strictly high school vice "select" squads.
Seattle Rotary Select I dumped True Players Club Elite 76-59 in their pool play battle of Washington squads. O'Dea junior guard Reggie Moore was named game MVP after scoring 14.
Rotary finished pool play 3-0.
A pair of guards won game MVP honors at the adidas Super-64. Franklin senior guard Venoy Overton scored 22 in Rotary Select's win over Team Philly and added 21 points later in the day as Rotary moved to 2-0 after beating Elite Pro Gray.
5-11 senior Jeremy Juarez of Mount Vernon picked up the MVP tab in True Players Elite's win over Elite Pro Gray.
True Players Elite and Rotary face each other Sunday afternoon.