Boys and Girls Club Basketball Star Standouts

For week ending Feb. 22

Boys 3rd/4th Grade Division

Jake Hayes

Jake Hayes,  9, is a fourth-grader at Barnett Elementary. He loves to be outside playing all sports: baseball, basketball, soccer, skiing/snowboarding, and swimming. This is his first season of basketball. He has played soccer since he was 2 and is in his fourth year of baseball.

Girls 3rd/4th/5th Grade Division

Victoria Martinez

Victoria Martinez, 11, is a fifth-grader at Hanson Elementary. Her favorite subjects in school are math and reading. This is her second season of basketball. Her favorite thing to do when not playing basketball is drawing.

Boys 5th/6th Grade Division

Hunter Pietila

Hunter Pietila, 11, is in sixth grade at Ramona Community School. He is very athletic and plays multiple sports including baseball, soccer, cross country running and basketball. This is his fourth season of basketball. He dreams of making it big in the NBA.

Girls 6th/7th/8th Grade Division

Jessica vanTol

Jessica vanTol,  11, is a sixth-grader at Mountain View Academy. This is Jessica’s fifth year of playing basketball. If Jessica isn’t playing basketball, she loves spending time at her family’s dairy farm, raising pigs for 4-H or riding her horse Angel.

Boys 7th/8th Grade Division

Tyler Johnson

Tyler Johnson, 12, is in seventh grade at Olive Peirce. Tyler loves spending time with his four brothers and with his friends. His favorite things to do are riding his motorcycle or bike, wake-boarding, and playing basketball. He also enjoys soccer and football. This is his seventh season playing basketball.

For more, see ww.leaguelineup.com/ramonahoops.

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