The Layla Bryan Memorial Georgetown, Texas SPA tournament played host to 32 teams with eight champions crowned.
The April 20-23 event had participants in the 65, 70 Gold, 75 Plus, 80 Plus, 60 AA/AAA, 50 AAA, 50 Platinum, and 55/60 plus, AAA and Major brackets
The largest group faced off in the 70 Gold bracket with San Antonio Legends beating Hendricks Sports 26-19, 27-11 and Texas Legends 26-20 to win the title.
Hendricks finished second followed by Oakies, Austin Merchants, Texas Greyhounds and Still.
Houston Classics captured the 65 Plus title beating second place Texas Rattlers 12-4, 27-11 and the third place
Texas Legends 26-20. Centex was the fourth team in the bracket.
Hill Contracting with wins over the runner-up Texas Greyhounds 26-14, 21-12 and Alamo City finished on top in the 75 plus group.
Team Classics lost 15-19 to the Kansas City Antiques 16-19 in their first game but bounced back to win the next two 26-14, 24-18 for the 80 Plus championship. The Texas Greyhounds were third.
The 60 AA/AAA went to Texas Thunder who beat second place Texas Rangers 23-19 and Dallas Spurs 25-14.
ETX lost to Bullets 21-13 in their first game but rallied to beat them 20-13 and 18-10 for the 50 AAA title.
The 50 Platinum crown went to the Texas Mavericks with two wins (35-27, 30-23) over runner-up Legends of Texas and a 37-17 victory over Texas Rock 55.Others in the group were Texas Vets and Mixed Breed.
The 55/60 Plus AAA and Major combination bracket saw Smith Mason, Dudley downing second place Gonzales Insulation 32-10, Crossfire 30-15 and Texas Rampage 22-7 for the crown.
"This tournament continues to grow," SPA president Ridge Hooks said. "Last year we had 28 teams and we get bigger each year. This was Layla's tournament and teams attend to show their respect and honor her memory. We all miss her."