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.

Related posts:

  1. Canyon Crest Academy wins 2012 North County Academic League Championship
  2. Undefeated Carmel Valley 7th Grade Basketball Champions 2012
  3. Carmel Valley Winter 2012 5th and 6th Grades Boys Division Champions
  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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