Elks Hoop Shoot youth advance to state

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  • Place winners in the 8- to 9-year-old division of the district Elks Hoop Shoot, left to right, are Luke McCarthy, first, boys; Kellen Movat, second, boys; Clair Fantozzi, first, girls; and Rylee Taylor, second, girls. McCarthy and Fantozzi qualified for the state Elks Hoop Shoot set for Feb. 2 in Livingston.

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    Place winners in the 10- to 11-year-old division of the district Elks Hoop Shoot, left to right, are Jake McCarthy, second, boys; Isaac Lemere, first, boys; Samantha Rensvold, first, girls; and Gabi Hannum (Thompson Falls), second, girls. Lemere and Rensvold qualified for the state Elks Hoop Shoot set for Feb. 2 in Livingston (Ashley Fox photos/Mineral Independent)

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    Place winners in the 12- to 13-year-old division of the district Elks Hoop Shoot held Jan. 12 in Polson, left to right, Ryan Beagle, first, boys; Conor Toivonen (Superior), second, boys; Taylor McCarthy, second, girls; and Avery Burgess (Noxon), first, girls. Beagle and Burgess qualified for the state Elks Hoop Shoot. Second-place finishers are alternates.

  • Place winners in the 8- to 9-year-old division of the district Elks Hoop Shoot, left to right, are Luke McCarthy, first, boys; Kellen Movat, second, boys; Clair Fantozzi, first, girls; and Rylee Taylor, second, girls. McCarthy and Fantozzi qualified for the state Elks Hoop Shoot set for Feb. 2 in Livingston.

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    Place winners in the 10- to 11-year-old division of the district Elks Hoop Shoot, left to right, are Jake McCarthy, second, boys; Isaac Lemere, first, boys; Samantha Rensvold, first, girls; and Gabi Hannum (Thompson Falls), second, girls. Lemere and Rensvold qualified for the state Elks Hoop Shoot set for Feb. 2 in Livingston (Ashley Fox photos/Mineral Independent)

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    Place winners in the 12- to 13-year-old division of the district Elks Hoop Shoot held Jan. 12 in Polson, left to right, Ryan Beagle, first, boys; Conor Toivonen (Superior), second, boys; Taylor McCarthy, second, girls; and Avery Burgess (Noxon), first, girls. Beagle and Burgess qualified for the state Elks Hoop Shoot. Second-place finishers are alternates.

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