Carmel Valley Summer 2012 MYS Open League Basketball League Champs: The Spurs

Back row: Coach Rob Jenkins; Middle row: Will Pasco, Luke Pisacane, Trevan Martin, Alex Jenkins; Front row: David Sands-Weinstein, Alex Cabulio (filling in for brother), Gavin Christie, William Zhang. Not pictured: Jake Cabulio

Last week the Spurs won the 3rd/4th grade championship game in the Master Your Sports Open League Basketball Playoff Tournament in Carmel Valley.  They defeated the Rebels 32-29 in an extremely close semi-final game (in overtime) to advance to the finals.  In the championship game, they played the legendary “Pony Power” team.  This was a rematch of the 2012 Spring League championship game where Pony Power defeated the Spurs. After falling behind 12-4 in the first 10 minutes of the game, the Spurs fought back to take a small lead at half-time, 17-16.  In the 2nd half, the Spurs pulled ahead with some great jump shots and layups and never looked back, finally winning the game 44-29.  The Spurs effort included a fast break offense along with a relentless defense.  The win capped a memorable season for the Spurs team.

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  4. JV Falcons basketball captures St. Augustine title
  5. Carmel Valley Winter 2011 Open third- and fourth-grade boys division champions

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