Youngsters participate in Jaycee Hot Shot contest About 25 boys and girls participated in the Vermillion Jaycees' annual Hot Shot basketball skills competition held Feb. 23 at the Vermillion Middle School.
Hot Shot is a timed competition in which each participant has one minute to shoot baskets from five different "hot spots" on the court, each with a different point value. Bonus points are awarded from attempts from each hot spot. The participants with the most points after three rounds is the winner. The winners in each category were:
First � Seth Snoozy, second � Alex Schaack, third � Matthew Stange.
First � Ryan Powell, second � Josh Hanson, third � Jordan Anderson.
First � Annie Carlson, second � Amy Mart, third � Jackie Thomas.
First � Ben Oberle, second � Kyle Mollet, third � Chris Teigen.
The Jaycees thank all participants, parents, and volunteers who made the program successful; also Pizza Hut for their prize donation. The Jaycees' Diamond Skills Baseball competition will be held in May; look for more information.