‘Black Vipers’: Winter Basketball League – 5th/6th Grade Champions

The “Black Vipers” recently won the 5/6 grade basketball championship in the Master Sports Open League in Carmel Valley.  They defeated the “Magical Bricks” in the basketball league finals on March 10.  The “Black Vipers” ended up winning the championship game, 69-53, with an explosive high-scoring offense, great ball movement, and aggressive play on both ends of the court.  This game capped a memorable season for a team that finished with a perfect 11-0 record for Head Coach Ben Reed.  Congratulations to the “Black Vipers.”

Back row: Holden Brosnan, Nicholas Salz, Austin Lam, Alex Cabulio; Front row: Justin Lam, Kasen Dickerson, Jake Cabulio, Anthony Bland, Sean Reed.

Related posts:

  1. Carmel Valley 5-6th Grade Summer 2012 Youth Basketball League Champions
  2. Solana Beach Cats – 5th Grade Winter League Champs
  3. Carmel Valley Summer 2012 MYS Open League Basketball League Champs: The Spurs
  4. Undefeated Carmel Valley 7th Grade Basketball Champions 2012
  5. Summer 2013 Carmel Valley Open Basketball League Champs: ‘Just Do It’

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