‘Super 7’ are 3rd/4th grade champions in the Spring Basketball League

Super 7 Basketball team

Back row (L-R): Co-Coach Sajani Patel, Andy Kim, Tejan Patel, Caden Francke, Brian Hanson, Alex Cabulio, Co-Coach Shilpa Patel. Front row: Satish Patel, Ethan Chang.

On June 9, “Super 7” beat the Aztecs 35-24 to win the Master Sports 2014 Spring Basketball Open League championship for third/fourth grade.

Under the leadership of co-coaches and sisters Sajani and Shilpa Patel, Super 7 learned early on that the key to victory was working as a team and focusing on the fundamentals.

Made up of boys ages 8, 9 and 10 from the Rancho Peñasquitos, Carmel Valley and Sorrento Valley area, this team has been together for only one season but exhibited great chemistry on and off the court.

“Super 7” lived up to its name with every one of the seven players contributing points and rebounds to seal the victory over the Aztecs.

The championship game was close the entire first half, with Super 7 gaining a slight lead at halftime, 15-14.  About midway through the second half, “Super 7” broke the game open and never looked back.

The championship game capped a fantastic season for the team with a final record of 7-1. The fact that every member of the team scored in this game is what makes this team “Super.” Congratulations to “Super 7!”

Related posts:

  1. Super 7 wins in 3rd/4th grade open league
  2. Summer 2013 Carmel Valley Open Basketball League Champs: ‘Just Do It’
  3. ‘Black Vipers’: Winter Basketball League – 5th/6th Grade Champions
  4. Carmel Valley 5-6th Grade Summer 2012 Youth Basketball League Champions
  5. Falcons Elite 5th Grade Gold Team Sol League Champions

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