Rock, paper, Hammer!

The San Diego Hammers battled against Rancho Renegades of Downey in the third annual West Coast Regional Finals at Canyon Crest Academy Jan. 10 and 11. Above, the Hammers’ Spencer Hopp tries to shoot past the blocks of the Renegades as Dana Mathewson and Matt Golembeski look on. The tournament was sponsored by the San Diego Adapted Sports Foundation and the Del Mar-Solana Beach Sunrise Rotary.

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