Hoops Fest 21 raised $5,880 to help defray the medical costs for the family of Ayza Qamar.
Ayza has Down’s Syndrome and Hirschsprung’s disease. The annual charity event was held March 30 at Hylton High School and was sponsored by Battlefield Ford, Prince William Today and InsideNoVa.com.
Two-year-old Ayza is the daughter of Sofhia Qamar, a Hylton High School social studies teacher.
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Hoops Fest brings together the area’s top boys and girls basketball players to compete in the 3-point shootout, the two-ball competition and the slam dunk.
Woodbridge’s Ibrahim Kamara won the dunk contest, while Battlefield swept the other three competitions. Ahlia Moone won the girls 3-point title, Vernon Kirby won the boys 3-point title and Taylor Baltimore and Brayden Gault won the two-ball championship.
In 21 years, Hoops Fest has raised $154,027 helping families in Prince William County.