KNOX, Pa. – Keystone’s Austin Ion and Moniteau’s Alazia Greaves won the 32-point shooting contests at the 17th annual Clarion County YMCA Sportsmanship 1 All-Star games Saturday at Keystone High School.
(Cover photo of Alaiza Greaves of Moniteau (left) and Austin Ion of Keystone with game chairman Norb Baschnagel. Photo by Paul Burdick. Check out more of Burdick’s work here)
Ion edged Moniteau’s Lake Pry, 25-24, to win the boys’ title, which was held at halftime of the girls’ game, while Greaves topped Northern Potter’s Gracie Hamilton, 21-20, to take home the girls’ title at halftime of the boys’ game.
The four finalist advanced to the championship round during preliminary competition held prior to the girls’ game.
The 32-competition consists of 16 or 17 shots with different points awarded for each shot with a maximum score of 32.
Each competitor takes five 3-pointers, 5 pull-up jumpers and 5 layups before proceeding to the free-throw line to take a 1-and-1. If the first shot of the 1-and-1 is made the competitor gets a second shot. The 3-pointers are worth three points, the jumpers are worth two and layups and free throws one each. The 3-pointers and jumpers must be taken from pre-determined specific locations on the floor.