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Great Bend, Ellinwood host 41 teams in six divisions in MAYB tournament

Dalton Miller of the Barton Blazers puts up a shot in the paint against Hutchinson Junior Celtics.

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Mid America Youth Basketball was developed to give boys and girls a chance to improve their skills in a competitive environment.
On Saturday, that competitive environment came to Great Bend. The Great Bend/Ellinwood MAYB Tournament opened with pool play on Saturday and ends with bracket play today.
“This is our third year doing it,” MAYB tournament director Jeremiah Petrocci said. “We have more than 40 teams this year. Last year, we had 22 teams, so that’s quite a jump. I think teams are liking what we’re doing here.”
The tournament boasts six divisions spread out over four ...

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