Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District winter champions announced
Full Court Basketball League Champions
Heavy Equipment beat Tahoe Riverfront Realty, 62-51, to win the district’s Full Court Basketball League. If you want to get in on the basketball action our winter/spring league is underway. Registration is open now. Looking for more basketball? Join us for lunch time basketball every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11 p.m. in the Community Recreation Center Gym. Drop-in is $5 per player. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Pond Hockey League
Burger Me beat Zero Pucks Given, 6-4, to win the Truckee-Donner Recreation & Park District “B” League Pond Hockey title. Burger Me advanced to the finals after defeating Dirty Dave’s, 11-10. Burger Me topped five other hockey clubs to win the league. The Truckee Pond Hockey returns in November 2018.
Adult Broomball League
Balls Deep repeated as the Broomball Champions beating the Blue Coyote Ski Bunnies, 5-0, to win the Truckee Broomball title. Mike Montalbano scored three goals in the semi-finals and added a goal in the finals to lead Balls Deep. Time to start training for the winter 2018-19 season.
Futsal A League Champions
The FC Bulls beat Twinkle Toes, 13-8, to win the “A” League Futsal title. Registration is open now for the winter/spring league. Games have begun. Cost is $5 per player. Email email@example.com for more info.
Futsal B League Champions
Haymakers won the Futsal “B” League beating RKT Construction, 19-7, in the final. “B” League Futsal registration is open now. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Games are underway.
Volleyball A League Champions
Milk-N-Cookies beat Los Chuperamigos to win the TDRPD Fall “A” League Volleyball title. Our winter/spring volleyball league is now underway.
Volleyball B League Champions
The Family defeated Tahoe Dave’s in the finals of the Fall Volleyball “B” League. The Family beat out seven other teams to win the title.
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