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Husky Men's Basketball

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May 31, 2010 at 11:05 PM

Final Word on Rip The Cut Tourney

The Boxley brothers of Seamus, Dan and Mike led a Mountlake Terrace team that repeated as champions and won the Rip The Cut tournament on Monday at Garfield High School.
In the title game, the Boxley brothers’ squad toppled a team that featured former Washington player Donald Watts and former Seattle University guard Chris Gweth.
“We love playing in this tournament, just competing and getting a chance to play against Jamal (Crawford) and all of these guys,” Seamus Boxley said. “It’s awesome. And then to win, that’s what we’re here for. We’re here to compete and we’re for real.”
Boxley, a 6-foot-7, 225-pound forward, starred at Mountlake Terrace High before playing at Portland State where he was the Big Sky Player of the Year as a senior. He spent a year in the NBA Developmental League in Tulsa before playing last season in Holland.
The Rip The Cut tourney is the first of a handful of Seattle-area pro-am games, featuring former UW players. Organizers for the Adonai Hood Classic (July 10-11 at Garfield High) are working to get the tournament NCAA sanctioned, which would allow current college players to compete.

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