Posted On: 05/5/19 6:05 PM

The first session of the Nike Girls EYBL took place last weekend and two northwest programs took their talents to Virginia to battle with some of the best teams in the country at Boo Williams. Tree of Hope (Seattle, WA) and Team Northwest (Tacoma/West Linn, OR) both sent their 17u and 16u teams. Playing in front of a packed house of college coaches, here's how the two northwest based programs performed!

Tree of Hope:

17u- With the additions of top 3 guard national guard, Hailey Van Lith and 6'8 center, Sela Heide, Tree of Hope (TOH) came into the Boo Williams session with very high hopes. In pool play, TOH got off to a 1-2 start with tough losses against Kentucky Premier and Colorado Premier by a combined 12 points. Their one win over the Philly Belles secured third place out of four in pool play. In the EYBL, based on your pool play record, you get placed into a bracket with teams from the other pools that placed the same. Tree of Hope was placed into the "Silver Bracket" with other third place pool teams and they started to hit their stride by that point. TOH defeated

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