GDBL Week 10 ReviewPosted On: Feb 13, 2017 Tags:
Some quick reminders before we get to the weekend review of gameplay:
1. Spring Try-out registration is available for the U13G team. Check out the website by clicking on the big blue button down the page.
2. Jamboree Basketball next week. We will be playing against a number of Brooks teams next week in our annual community league Jamboree. Game time and details will follow. This is always a fun Sunday and the gym gets PACKED!
3. After the spring break we will have one last weekend (March 5) with the final games of the season. At this time Awards will be handed out. Each team will have a Best Teammate, Best Hustle and Most Improved Award winner. There will be an opportunity for parents to take pictures at the end of the ceremony.
4. March 5th schedule. - Red vs Green and Blue vs Purple in the early games. Then the Awards ceremony, followed by the championship game of Orange vs Black.
On to the game recaps
Four games on Sunday as the Play-offs hit hard in the Grover Dental Basketball League on February 12th.The first games featured the Kilimanjaros up against the Andes. Kate Benning (Player of the Game) led the Kilimanjaros on the strength of her ball handling as they won 51-32. Abigail Kongolo played hard but was unable to stem the onrushing Kilimanjaros, even tho she got the player of the game award for her team.
Aaron Small won the Player of the Game award for his fellow Himalayas as they overcame the Matterhorns 43-39. The Matterhorns were led by their player of the game Lawrence Banto.
The second stanza held no surprises as the Olympus overcame an inspiring effort from the Himalayas. Evan Morrisons 10 4th quarter points earned him Player of the Game honours while Hayden King received the same accolades from his team.
The most exciting game of the weekend was the Pyrenees last gasp victory over the Kilimanjaros 40-38. Megan Brown played with great energy all game and took home the Player of the Game award while Jeremiah Mondonko's enthusiasm helped him win the corresponding award for the Pyrenees.
Two weeks left. Get your belts on! Its gonna be fun.
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