Dogwood Dunk winner went to Abusement Park team

Dogwood Dunk winner went to Abusement Park team »Play Video
The event was a fundraiser for Warrior basketball players.
LEWISTON, ID - We had so much going on this past weekend that we had to move a few highlights to Tuesday.

And that included the annual Dogwood Dunk, where teams of three were put on the basketball court to battle for baller supremacy. The beautiful thing about this tournament was in the benefit behind it, in which all proceeds went to the scholarship fund for both the men's and women's teams at Lewis-Clark State College.

As for the big winner of the tournament, the crown went to a team called "Abusement Park." Fantastic name there...L-C men's coach Brandon Rinta may not be scouting, but he sure was enjoying the teams play.

"You see the same people come every year pretty much and they just move on up the ranks and especially with the men's open," said Rinta. "We throw out a hundred dollar prize for the winner and it gets pretty's fun to watch."

In the end, the event raised roughly $3,000 towards scholarships for Warrior basketball players! A big thank you to everyone who came out to watch and play!