Wonju YKK Basketball스포츠토토 Class dominated the national 3×3 competition in the elementary and middle school divisions.
Assist For You (Assist For Youth) project, which is underway for the development of youth basketball in Korea from 2022. Wonju YKK Basketball Class, which is working on this project, achieved remarkable results at the KBA 3×3 Korea Tour 2023 2nd Inje Competition, which ended on the 14th.
Since 2018, Wonju YKK has made its name known by achieving top grades in national 3×3 competitions such as KXO and Korea Tour. Despite being non-elected, Wonju YKK has grown into a nationally recognized basketball class, with players advancing to elite athletes through their performance in the 3×3 competition every year.
However, Wonju YKK, which briefly faltered last year as key players went to higher schools, succeeded in rebounding again.
The stage was the KBA 3×3 Korea Tour 2023 2nd Inje Tournament, which opened on the 13th and ended on the 14th.
Wonju YKK, who competed in the elementary, middle, and high school divisions of this tournament and hoped to dominate all categories, achieved good results by winning the elementary and middle school divisions and placing third in the high school division.
Wonju YKK won the championship undefeated in the elementary school where Lee Do-hyun, Kim Chan-yeop, Kim Ho-yeon, and Kim Dong-ha participated. Wonju YKK, which boasted an overwhelming performance by defeating Suwon KT 21-4 in the preliminaries, defeated Skill Rebound 12-8 in the finals and stood at the top of the elementary school division.
In the middle school division, where 14 teams competed fiercely from the preliminaries, two Wonju YKK A (Park Si-woong, Park Gun-ah, Kim Ji-hoon, Lee Kyu-bin) and Wonju YKK B (Song Jae-ma, Jeong Jae-hwan, Lee Seo-joon, Kim Seung-taek) participated.
Unlike the elementary school, which won the championship by all wins, Wonju YKK A and Wonju YKK B, who won 2 wins and 1 loss in the preliminary round, ironically faced each other in the quarterfinals. unfolded
Wonju YKK Team A won in the quarterfinals, where a family fight unfolded, and Wonju YKK Team A, riding on momentum, won the middle school division championship by beating Goyang TOP and ATB consecutively.
In particular, in the final against ATB, which has recently emerged as a strong team, they conceded 4 runs in a row at the beginning of the game, showing their potential to score 7 points in a row right after starting the game anxiously, and decorated the final stage with a 16-9 victory.
High school Wonju YKK, who had hoped to win amidst the hype of their younger siblings, was caught 12-15 by Goyang TOP in the semifinals and stayed in 3rd place.
Director Won Gu-yeon of the YKK Basketball Class in Wonju said, “The children have suffered a lot. Last year, they couldn’t participate in the competition much, but this year seems to have started well. I will do my best to show a good image on the KXO Seoul tour.”
Meanwhile, Kim Ho-yeon, who played a big role in the finals, was selected as the elementary MVP of this tournament, and Park Si-woong was selected as the middle school MVP. Assist For Youth is a project that assists to spread youth basketball by joining forces with youth basketball classes across the country from 2022. Inquiries about joining the Up For You Project can be made through the official Instagram account (@assist_for_youth).