B.C.D. 3v3 Slam Dunk

Published 8:50 am Monday, April 24, 2017

Photos by Kendra Peek/kendra.peek@amnews.com

About 200 people turned out for the first B.C.D. 3v3 event at Centre College. The event featured a three-on-three basketball tournament, followed by a community conversation and food. 

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The winners of the 3-on-3 basketball tournament portion of the B.C.D. 3v3 event at Centre College on Saturday were: taking first, Hagen Tyler, Jarrod Harrington, and Micah Satterly of Danville; taking second, Jason Hardin, Gary Smith, James Osborne, and Jacody Tyler of Danville; taking third, Sean Tyree, Patrick Barnes, and Brandon Tyree of Harrodsburg.

Winners of the tournament were: taking first, Hagen Tyler, Jarrod Harrington and Micah Satterly of Danville; taking second, Jason Hardin, Gary Smith, James Osborne and Jacody Tyler of Danville; taking third, Sean Tyree, Patrick Barnes and Brandon Tyree of Harrodsburg.

Money was donated in their honor to the charity of their choice.

During the conversation piece, Centre College students and community members discussed issues facing the groups, and how to break down the barriers that exist in the Centre, Danville and Boyle County communities.

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Colin Turner takes a shot during a game of the B.C.D. 3v3 event at Centre College on Saturday. About 200 people came to the event, which featured a basketball tournament, inflatables, a community conversation and a meal.

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Centre College students and community members spoke about issues between the two communities at the B.C.D. 3v3 event at Centre College.

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Hari Persic, one of the organizers of the B.C.D. 3v3 event, explains the community forum to people at tables after the basketball tournament was over.

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Aiden Raines prepares to jump as Javen Johnson climbs the ladder on an inflatable at the B.C.D. 3v3 Event at Centre College on Saturday.