Several junior varsity basketball teams from around the area were in Walker Saturday for the inaugural Wolves JV Tournament.
The first game tipped off at 9 a.m. and the final one ended after 7 p.m.
Of the 11 teams competing in three divisions, the Wolves beat both East Central and Mahnomen-Wauben to win the Blue Division.
In the Silver Division, Cass Lake-Bena beat both Bagley and Pequot Lakes, while Perham handled Clearbrook-Gonvick and Grand Rapids for the Black Division title.
WHA then faced East Central first and cruised to a 51-30 win.
Carson Strosahl finished with 23 points. Brad Stenger scored eight, Kenseth Taylor tossed in seven, Kia Ashmore scored four and Logan Watts drained a three-pointer.
Scoring two points were Drew Deegan, Adam Smith and Enrique Fineday.
The Wolves faced Mahnomen-Waubun next and overcame a first-half deficit to win 63-55.
Ashmore led the way with 19 points and Strosahl scored 14.
Both Fineday and Taylor scored nine, Adam Smith had seven points, Watts drained a three-pointer, Stenger made three free throws and Eli Pfeiffer scored one points.
Cass Lake-Bena trounced Pequot Lakes 70-40 in the Silver Division, with Nevis easily beating Bagley to take third.
In the Black Division, Perham edged Grand Rapids 44-38 for the championship, with Pine River-Backus beating Clearbrook-Gonvick by one point.