Albin 43

Aillet 53



Team Alliet came to week 6 with a game plan and stuck to it. They had defensive play calls, out of bounds plays, and offensive sets that were the difference throughout the game. Their 3 big guards gave Team Albin something they have not seen all year(due to the amount of game film the commissioner has access to). Team Alliet held a small lead the entire game and kept fresh legs on Team Albin’s ball handlers forcing the others to make shots. The game was chippy, and emotions were high…After tearing his ACL, Nick Morel went back into the game. We asked him why???? His response was “I just wanted to help the Team any way possible” And that is the mindset Team Albin will play out the rest of the season with! Speedy recovery NMO!!



Another dominant defensive performance and balanced attack for Team Aillet. Back and forth battle throughout the game. Team Aillet would eventually pull away and win by 10 against a good Team Albin.


*Prayers for Nic Morel as he suffered a serious knee injury during this game.


Haf 89

Allen 72



Team Haf overcomes the devastating news of Tim George’s season ending knee injury to hang 89 on Team Allen in a 89-72 shootout.

Offensively Haf found his range and put on a 30 spot with Brantley also pouring in 20 and Tim Roussel adding another 17.  The role players all did their job with everyone scoring on the night.  Offensively there was great ball movement, screens and great hustle to loose balls – all leading to more and more scoring.  Treglia again had an undetermined amount of rebounds on the night.

Defense – who cares.  We will worry about that come playoff time.


*Matt Allen remains 0-season on sending in write ups. Considering asking Ted Sumner for commentary on these games each week.


Fogle 67

Hebert 51



3pm game v. depleted team Kyle with PWalker 2.0 replacement Coogan, Hawk, Matt Brown, and KP. We finally shot the hell out of the ball frustrating the Team Hebert 2-3 or 2-1-2 zone and attacked inside when able.  Overall, a great team effort sparked by Pecue and D Sumner, led as always by Wilson.  If Pistol Pete Menckavich continues to play under control we are looking solid.  Key contributions from Pitre and Buuck as instant offense. Again, I think we are a tough out. 2-4 but +13 in point differential so far.  3 difficult ones left to get our game legs under us . . . credit to Team Hebert for fighting like hell despite what i would consider on off night shooting by an incredibly talented group.


*TH continues it’s streak of only having 5 people show up.


Varnado 73

Faircloth 65


*HUNTER. GEISMAN. 37 points. WOW. Heck of an effort in the loss for TF.


Walker 68

Arcement 56


*Pres gets the W despite giving up 30 to Randy Guillaume.


Leading Scorers:

  1. Jason Wells – 24.0
  2. Kyle Hebert – 23.5
  3. Randy Guillaume – 23.0

Top 3 Teams:

  1. Albin – 5-1
  2. Aillet – 4-1
  3. Varnado – 4-2

Top Scoring Teams:

  1. Haf – 66.2 ppg
  2. Albin – 64.7 ppg
  3. Faircloth – 63.4 ppg