The fifth annual Mary Korbey 3v3 basketball tournament was held Sunday, drawing a record 68 teams for a day of fun and competition at Hopkinton High School and Hopkinton Middle School.
The event honors Mary Beth (Marquedant) Korbey, who passed away in July 2015 after a courageous battle with cancer. Korbey was a basketball standout at Hopkinton High School who went on to play at UMass. She returned and raised her family here, while becoming a beloved youth sports coach and real estate agent.
Funds raised from the tournament fund the Mary Korbey Scholarship, presented annually to a Hopkinton student.
In the Grade 3/4 girls division, the winning team was the MBNA Hillers: Alexandra Tighe, Norah Reilly, Maddy Jones and Brooke Elliott.
In the Grade 5 girls division, the championship squad was America Runs on Dunking: Allie Lydon, Emily Fitzgibbons, Kylie Pray and Naeva Benning.
In the Grade 6 girls division, the winners were Wyatt’s Warriors: Murphy Chatten-Guerette, Brooklyn Bearfield, Ireland Resteghini, Brooke Merrill and Shannon Sullivan.
The Grade 7/8 girls champion was the Fire Ballers: Ava Carrell, Jehen Fortunat, Alicia Stone, SeSe Atchinson and Chloe Barnatt.
In the Grade 3/4 boys division, the title went to the Hoopsters: Nate Pantera, Jack Pantera, Dylan Medeiros and Michael Mathot.
In the Grade 5 boys division, the winning team was Nothin’ But Net: Maddox Paparazzo, Gavin Orloff, Dylan Niemi and Finn Thaisz.
In the Grade 6 boys division, the championship was won by And 1: Patrick Reilly, Jackson Balster, Michael Tighe, Rocco Yurewicz and Jaedon Bouffard.
In the Grade 7 boys division, the top team was PB&Jellying: Max Incutto, Hugh Desmond, Connor Nguyen and Ryan Dorfman.
In the Grade 8 boys division, the title went to Big 3: Rocco Spinelli, Michael Sullivan and Lucas Hodne.
The Adult division championship was won by Bus Drivers: James Marquedant, Craig Sager, Ryan Hamilton and Matt Griffin.
The Senior division crown belonged to Still Got It???: Rob Robledo, Stephen Cho, Tom Chatten, Taylor Blinn and Josh Deisenroth.