Adult basketball season wraps; five champs crowned
The Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District has just completed its Winter Adult Basketball leagues with championships in five different leagues. Fifteen full court teams and 12 35 and Older three on three teams participated.Full court “A” leagueThe Full Court “A” title went to Mountain Hardware, which posted a 7-1 record during the regular season and beat the Gunners 50-48 in the first round of the playoffs. In the championship game Mt. Hardware edged Treat Box Bakery 49-48 on a free throw with no time left for the win. The championship Mt. Hardware team consisted of; Steve Colburn, Jeff Kenney, Jon Lowe, Angelo Tenorio, Matt Colburn and Christian Campanile.Full court “B” leagueIn the Full Court “B” league, Brooker T & the MG’s edged Calvary Chapel 46-44 to win the title. Brooker T went 6-1 during the regular season and beat the Azteca’s 30-28 in one of the semi-final games. Calvary Chapel was 5-2 during the regular season and beat the H2O’s 44-40 in the other semi-final.Brooker T and the MG’s were; Brook Russon, Brad Summers, Mike Jones, Greg Mann, Jim Borghello, Dan Evans, Daryl Nauman and Bill Carollo.Three on three “A”Schmier’s Jewelers posted a 26-4 record to win the 35 and Older three on three “A” league. Schmier’s beat second place Stone’s Tire three games to none on the final night to win the league.Tom Raeo, Mike Rhea, Mike Grant, Steve Charlton, Ray Salazar and Don Coppock were Schmier’s Jewelers.Three on three “B”Wurst/Waters battled to a 16-16 record to win the “B” 35 and Older league. They edged Tahoe Forest Hospital two games to one on the final night to take the title. Pal Wurst, Dave Waters, Ken Newman, Oscar Aguliar, Terry Cordell and Angelo Tenorio made up the championship team.Three on three “C”The final crown went to the Dunking Dinosaurs in the 35 and Older “C” league.The Dinosaurs cruised to a 29-1 record, 14 games ahead of second place Truckee Automotive.The Dinosaurs were; John Reedy, Greg Mihevc, Jerry Hurst and Mike Babb.Sierra Sun E-mail: email@example.comVisitors Guide | News | Diversions | Marketplace | Weather | CommunityCopyright, tahoe.com. Materials contained within this site maynot be used without permission.About tahoe.com…
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