Coshocton Elks BPO 376 hoop shoot winners named

| December 15, 2014

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Elks Lodge BPO 376 held the annual hoop shoot at Coshocton High School on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 14 with a nice group of youngsters participating. While the numbers were down from last year due to several other youth oriented sports events happening in the community, the youth that participated were enthusiastic.

Boys and girls competed separately and shot a total of 25 foul shots in two groups of 10 and 15. Coshocton varsity girls basketball coach Paul Bowman organized the event with local Elks members who volunteered their services to record shots, retrieve rebounds and give encouragement to the youth.

The first place winners in each age category will move on the next level of competition.

Local Elks members said they were impressed with the youth that participated and wished them well in the next round.

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