The shooting causes the famous Lynn basketball game to be cancelled

Lane’s long-standing tradition of basketball has been canceled after a shooting occurred during the event in Massachusetts, and Lane police said the shooting occurred at about 10:40 p.m. Friday outside Thurgood Marshall Prep, where Shaw City is located. The classics were happening, and neighbors told Dana Bucci of NewsCenter 5 they heard at least three gunshots coming from the Marshall Middle School parking lot, and video from a nearby surveillance camera shows dozens of people running into the street around the time of the shooting. Shot, but police said a car was shot. The woman who was driving that car sustained minor injuries when it hit a shattered glass. No arrests were made at this time. Basketball Tournament, “Lynn Mayor Jared Nicholson” said in a statement issued on Saturday, Nicholson said in his statement that the organizers of the Show City Classic “have decided that the revised schedule for the tournaments is impractical and decided to cancel the rest of the event.” The mayor said, “We are disappointed.” Great because this has happened and the consequences including the loss of a beloved tournament, we must continue to put everyone’s safety first.” “We greatly appreciate the long-time commitment and leadership of the tournament organizers. We also feel for those who were affected by last night’s traumatic events.” This year’s Show City Classic was the 30th edition of the tournament. The tournament was originally scheduled to take place at Marian Gardens basketball courts, but the event was moved indoors at Marshall Middle School due to the weather Hot and humid, Nicholson said the shooting is under investigation by Lane and state police.

Lynn’s long-standing tradition, the basketball tournament has been canceled after a shooting broke out during the event in Massachusetts.

Lane Police said the shooting occurred at about 10:40 p.m. Friday outside Thurgood Marshall Prep School, where the Show City Classic was being held.

Neighbors told Dana Bucci of NewsCenter 5 they heard at least three gunshots coming from the Marshall Middle School parking lot.

Video from a nearby surveillance camera shows dozens of people running into the street around the time of the shooting.

No one was hurt by a bullet, but police said a car was hit by fire. The woman who was driving the car sustained minor injuries when it hit the shattered glass.

No arrests were made at this time.

“We are relieved that no one was seriously injured last night, but we are deeply disappointed by the violence that occurred at the basketball tournament yesterday,” Lane Mayor Jared Nicholson said in a statement released Saturday.

In his statement, Nicholson said the organizers of the Classic Boot decided the revised schedule for the tournaments was impractical and decided to cancel the rest of the event.

“While we are deeply disappointed that this has happened and the consequences, including the loss of a beloved championship, we must continue to put everyone’s safety first,” the mayor said. “We greatly appreciate the long-standing commitment and leadership of the tournament organizers. We also feel for those who were affected by the traumatic events of last night.”

This year’s Show City Classic was the 30th edition of the tournament. The tournament was originally scheduled to take place at Marian Gardens basketball courts, but the event was moved indoors at Marshall Middle School due to the hot and humid weather.

Nicholson said the shooting is under investigation by Lane and state police.

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