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---TripleDouble NEW PROGRAMS---

In Progress:
==>SF Asian Division One (No Limits) and Asian D3 - 6'2 and under REC.
@ MLK Middle School - 350 Girard St, SF.

D1: 11AM/12PM/1PM/2PM
D3: 3PM/4PM/5PM/6PM/7PM

==>SF Open (no limits)
==>SF Open 6'2 and under (Rec)

Contact BoogieEvents@gmail.com for more info!

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- ALL PLAYERS must wear matching jerseys. If you don't have matching jersey TOPS at the least, you will get penalized each game. Even thinking of penalizing each quarter to show how serious we are about having a good looking product.
- ALL PLAYERS must fill out roster profiles for better stat tracking
Contact Brian at BoogieEvents@gmail.com or 415 819 8333 for more info!
*** To qualify as Asian you must be 50%. If you are less then 50% you are considered an import player.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

CHAMPIONS have been crowned!



PayProTec (61) v. Jumpmen (55)

The Battle of the titans, as the defending champion PayProTec goes up against an upstart Jumpmen team. Jumpmen was able to get out to an early advantage by leading after the first half, 33-32. J & J security, James Maldonado and Joerdan DeGuzman each supplied 10 first half points to pace Jumpmen. The second half of the game brought out the defense! Battling for every loose ball, each team knowing this was the championship...leaving it all on the floor. PayProTec had the look of a champion! Moe, led the way with game highs of 16pts & 9rebs (ending his streak of double-doubles at 7) and Jason Rockwell contributed 13pts. Sean Caiola (the MVP) scored the final 6pts of the game, all from the free throw line, to seal the victory and gave PayProTec back-to-back titles!

Moe 16p 9r
Jason Rockwell 13p 7r 1a 1s
Joerdan DeGuzman 15p 3r 2a 3s
James Maldonado 10p 6r 1s
Strokers (55) v. The Fam (44)

The D2 championship game brought #3 seeded Strokers versus #4 seed The Fam! Both teams came off upsets to meet in the here in the finals. The Fam were worthy opponents, but they didn't have the shooting prowess that they had come to get used to during their four game winning streak! Mid-season pickup James Soy did not have the touch he normally has. He had a rough shooting day (3-19 from the field, 0-11 from beyond the arc). Jason Tejano had 13p and 7r in a losing effort. The Strokers jumped out to a 34-17 lead at the half, behind Ray's 13 first half points (15 for the game). Ray was voted the MVP of the championship game! Behind the leadership of Lloyd Aguirre throughout the season, the Strokers team will be the team to beat next season as they defend their title!

Ray 15p 7r
Cam 6p 7t 3a 1s
Jason Tejano 13p 7r 1b
James Soy 14p 5r 4a