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March 4, 2013

Mustangs repeat as champs

5 champions crowned as Biddy-Buddy Tournament comes to a close



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Also winning titles were: Tug Valley Southern Express (fourth grade), West Virginia Ice (fifth grade), SWV Future (sixth grade) and West Virginia Ice (seventh grade).

The 42nd annual tournament will be played March 7-9, 2014.

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Biddy-Buddy Tournament

Here are final results from the 41st annual Biddy-Buddy All-Star Tournament, which concluded Sunday in Beckley:

Fourth Grade

Champions: Tug Valley Southern Express

Runners-up: Chesapeake Panthers

Third place: WV Elite

Fourth place: Wayne Pioneers

Fifth place: Buffalo Bison

Sixth place: Beckley Red

All-tournament: Nate Ball, Jorden Ellison (BB); Zan Hill, Austin Underwood (BR); Ayden Ince, Todd Duncan (WVE); Cole Kiley, Haley Wallace (WP); Andrew Bentley, Trent Dearth (CP)

Division MVP: Tug Valley team

Fifth Grade

Champions: WV Ice

Runners-up: NSBC Rampage

Third place: Logan All-Stars

Fourth place: East Warriors

Fifth place: WV Generals

Sixth place: Huntington Red

All-tournament: Bailey Adkins, Issac Ross (HR); Luke LeRose, Tommy Williams (WVG); McQuad Canada, Kaimyn Anderson (EW); David Early, Drew Hatfield (LAS); Mike Maumbo, Kayden Metheny (NSBC); Kavlin Parris, Isaiah Rivers (WVI)

Division MVP: Isaiah Rivers, WV Ice

Sixth Grade

Champions: SWV Future

Runners-up: WV Midland

Third place: WV Ice

Fourth place: Huntington White

Fifth place: Morgantown Omega Bump

Sixth place: Wayne Pioneers

All-tournament: Brad Cremeans, Braxton Wallace (WP); Nick Malone, Tanner Kennedy (MOB); Tres Amaker, Derrick Blevins (WVI); Trey Chapman, Griffin Adkins (WVM); Micah Hancock, Hunter Fansler (SWV)

Division MVP: Logan Cook, SWV Future

Seventh Grade

Champions: WV Ice

Runners-up: WV Renegades

Third place: Southern Express

Fourth place: Tri-State Express

Fifth place: WV Wildcats

Sixth place: Spring Valley

All-tournament: Damien McBride, Derek Johnson (SV); Anthony Pittman, Ryan Thomas (WVW); Thomas Price, Jayden Hayes (TSE); Bryce Radford, Tye Walton (WVI); Shane Jenkins, Travis Cook (WVR)

Division MVP: Dontá Hopkins, WV Ice

Eighth Grade

Champions: M.A.T.T.S. Mustangs

Runners-up: WV Generals

Third place: Tri-State Express 1

Fourth place: Rising Stars

Fifth place: Tri-State Express 2

Sixth place: Raleigh County Hype

All-tournament: Kendall Reynolds, Deondre Murphy (TSE2); Kurtten Brown, Dorian Ethridge (RS); John Dawson, Keith Clemons (TSE1); Collin Miller, Michael Karl (MM); Tarek Payne, Tamon Scruggs (WVG)

Division MVP: Timmy Dalton, M.A.T.T.S. Mustangs

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