Alexander (62) – Arcement (56)


ARCEMENT – Probably our worst shooting game of the year. Live and die by the three and it got us today. Team Alexander played well – knew most of the scoring would be done by Alexander and Butcher, but they got enough help scoring with Taylor Murphy out with an injury to get the win. Didn’t help that I tried to catch an Alexander fastball with my right thumb. Judging by how my thumb feels typing this, his right arm looks to be in midseason softball form. Nelson picked us up in this one scoring 35 to lead the way. Pecue pitched in with 4 threes too and played great on defense guarding Alexander. But a lot of misses from deep by all of us likely did us in. Still only lost by 6 so can’t complain.  Perfect get-right game next week against team Pearce and his lowest scoring team in the league. If we shoot like we did today, we may only win by 10.


ALEXANDER – No Write Up so see above


Hebert (49) – Sumner (77)


No write up from either.  Luckily I saw enough of this to say Team Sumner is solid.  Lipari still go it, you have to guard Desselle, Roussel will be in the open league for years to come and Hawkins is still Hawkins.  Sumner doesn’t even start on this team.  Yikes.


Albin (52) – Faircloth (49)


ALBIN – This game started off slow with both teams struggling to make a shot in the first quarter, ending in a whopping 6-10 score, advantage TA. TF came out in the second quarter hitting a few tough shots, and ended up tying the score at half 24-24. This would be the same result in the second half, with both teams finishing at 47-47, resulting in Overtime. In OT, 2 huge buckets by May and Aillet gave Big Mac a shot to seal the game with a clutch FT to get the Win. Entertaining game overall.


** May also had 2 blocks on BRAAS Legend, Patton Brantley.


42 – No write up



Navarre (65) – Tuqan (68)


NAVARRE – Bye week hurt us more than we thought.

We had success most of the game scoring on drives to the goal but couldn’t manage to make any outside shots.


Blake and Randy played great defense on Haf. Anytime you can hold him to under 20 pts you should win.  We forgot about Matt Allen who hit a ton of 3’s in a short amount of time to take the lead.

We fought back late in the 4th and had a chance to send it to overtime but I botched the FT’s.


Haf – No write up but he was all smiles at Walk On’s.



Troullier (56) – Varnado (45)


VARNADO – The late game was a bit of a slugfest. Team Varnado was down two starters but kept the game close the entire time. Myles Buuck and Kevin Tate stepped up big with several clutch shots. However, we challenged team Toullier with a 2-3 zone and they answered with threes from multiple team mates. Will Varnado again kept up his monster season of blocks with shutting down Pat one knee Walker’s attempt at a baby hook. Walker did get his revenge with an old man trick of making me travel at mid court.  At the end of the day Team Varnado, being short handed, was not able to keep up with the 3-point fire power from the bad guys.


Troullier – No write up