Posted On: 12/6/21 10:00 AM

The Wild West Shootout took place Thursday, December 2nd through Saturday, December 4th. Hosted by Tournament Director Cecelia Tennert, the event is held to raise money for the Sierra Kids Foundation, a Reno based Non-Profit organization that supplements the efforts of three Northern Nevada programs that work directly with families and young children with Autism. The tournament featured high school teams from Northern California, Las Vegas, and Reno, with the Championship being taken home by Prephoops Nevada #1 Ranked 5A Bishop Gorman. The event featured quality point guard play. In this article, we take a look at the top Floor Generals from the event. 

Jayden Teat Jayden Teat 5'10" | CG Jesuit | 2023 State 6’1 Jesuit 2023 - When asked what his best skill was, Teat wasted no time answering "Leadership". I concur. He played with the poise and savvy of an experienced veteran. The PG was charged with handling the ball against pressure, as well as scoring for his team. In a hard-fought semifinal game against Vacaville, the junior guard closed the game out, making his last 6 from the line. 

Jordan Morency Jordan Morency 6'3" | PG Bishop Manogue | 2023 State NV 6’3 Bishop Manogue 2023 - I thought Morency played well on both sides of the ball. He displayed the ability

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