Local Hoopsters Help Raise $20,000 For Charity

Anthony Greene, 2014 graduate of North Quincy High School and a star basketball for the Red Raiders, throws down a dunk at Saturday's charity basketball event at University Sports Complex in Hanover. The charity event raised $20,000 for brain cancer research at both Children’s Hospital in Boston as well as the Dr. Curry Research Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital. The event also featured endurance shooting for boys and girls high school basketball players. Competing from Quincy were Drew Myers (Quincy High School), Efthim Butka (NQHS) and Jack

Anthony Green, 2014 graduate of North Quincy High School and a star basketball for the Red Raiders, throws down a dunk at Saturday’s charity basketball event at University Sports Complex in Hanover. The charity event raised $20,000 for brain cancer research at both Children’s Hospital in Boston as well as the Dr. Curry Research Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital. Besides the dunk competition, The “Shot for Life Challenge” also featured endurance shooting for boys and girls high school basketball players. Competing from Quincy were Drew Myers (Quincy High School), Efthim Butka (NQHS) and Jack Loughnane (Boston College High School.) Green finished third in the dunk competition. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

The dunk competition at Saturday's "Shot For Life" basketball challenge at University Sports Complex in Hanover was won by Nick George of Rockland, a junior at Cardinal Spellman High School. Here George jumps over a teammate before a dunking the ball. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

The dunk competition at Saturday’s “Shot For Life” basketball challenge at University Sports Complex in Hanover was won by Nick George of Rockland, a junior at Cardinal Spellman High School. Here George jumps over a teammate before slam dunking the ball. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

 

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