Photos: Hoops in honor

Sixth grade Norris School students pose for a photo after competing in the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton.

Sixth grade Norris School students pose for a photo after competing in the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

From left, Magic Knights players Olivia Athas, Aliana Almodovar, Yami Perez and Grace Sherman pose for a team photo after winning the seventh and eighth grade girls championship during the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton.

From left, Magic Knights players Olivia Athas, Aliana Almodovar, Yami Perez and Grace Sherman pose for a team photo after winning the seventh and eighth grade girls championship during the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Four Purple Pandas player Faith Stanisewski takes a shot while playing against the St. Pats team during the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton. Hundreds gathered for the tournament to celebrate the legacy of 8-year-old Maddie Schmidt, who died from a rare brain cancer on New Year’s Eve in 2022.

Four Purple Pandas player Faith Stanisewski takes a shot while playing against the St. Pats team during the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton. Hundreds gathered for the tournament to celebrate the legacy of 8-year-old Maddie Schmidt, who died from a rare brain cancer on New Year’s Eve in 2022. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

The championship trophy for the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton. Hundreds gathered for the tournament to celebrate the legacy of 8-year-old Maddie Schmidt, who died from a rare brain cancer.

The championship trophy for the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton. Hundreds gathered for the tournament to celebrate the legacy of 8-year-old Maddie Schmidt, who died from a rare brain cancer. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

One of the championship medals for the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton.

One of the championship medals for the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Hundreds gathered for the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship and celebrate the legacy of 8-year-old Maddie Schmidt, who died from a rare brain cancer in 2022.

Hundreds gathered for the second annual Magic for Maddie 3v3 Basketball Tournament on Saturday at the William E. Norris School in Southampton to benefit the Maddie Schmidt Memorial Scholarship and celebrate the legacy of 8-year-old Maddie Schmidt, who died from a rare brain cancer in 2022. STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Published: 03-24-2024 11:50 AM

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