The Basketball Tasmania Tri Series finished up its southern leg with teen talent from all three regions on full display.
With a trip to under-14 nationals on the line this series, the North-West boys' side asserted its dominance on the South and North squads.
In the girls' under-14s, the South showed no mercy, winning all four of their matches.
The under-18 Northern boys' side, featuring the talents of young star like Lachlan Brewer, started on an off note to the tune of a 17-point loss to South boys' white.
Brewer continued to show his balling quality, with JackJumpers head coach Scott Roth scouting talent at the series.
The teen basketball prodigy tallied 43 points for the North and boasted the highest average points on the weekend in 21.5 per game.
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Things did not go so smoothly for the under-18 North girls, however.
The squad received a notable 78-point shellacking at the hands of North-West black, with Charli Kay (27pts) looking brutal from downtown, shooting five threes.
In the under-16s first divisions, the Northern boys red squad managed to win two of their three games, buoyed by solid performances from Oliver Baldock (37pts) and Josh Vimpany (34pts).
However, it was the North-West boys black who dominated the weekend, winning all three of their games.
In a loaded under-16 girls' firsts division, North girls white (0-3) and red (1-2) struggled against their North-West and Southern counterparts.
Basketball Tasmania executive officer Chris McCoy said the weekend was loaded with high-talent competition across all age groups and regions. The Tri Series will venture North-West at the beginning of May.