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Basketball Tournament Winners Announced

Ocean City Girls Champs

By Press Release

The winners of Greater Cape May Elks/Tom Beheler Youth Basketball Tournament were announced after a full two days of basketball in Lower Township.
The basketball tournament draws boys and girls teams from organizations throughout southern New Jersey to play in one of the area’s largest holiday tournaments. The tournament was set up in memory of Tom Beheler, who operated the Sports ‘n’ Stuff store in Cape May, and who died from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The tournament was initiated by Beheler’s wife, Charlotte, and John Herman, who was his best friend. Herman noted that part of proceeds of the tournament go to the ALS foundation. 
Cosponsored by the Greater Cape May Elks Lodge 2839 and the Lower Township Recreation Department, the tournament provided the opportunity for teams to play at least two tournament games – a first round game followed by either a bracket consolation game or a championship game. Winners of each bracket competed for a tournament championship.
The championship winners included: Galloway Township 3rd and 4th grade boys, Ocean City 3rd and 4th grade girls, Galloway Township  5th and 6th grade boys, Galloway Township 5th and 6th grade girls, Egg Harbor Township 7th and 8th grade boys and Upper Township 7th and 8th grade girls.
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