The Armadillo’s had a very busy weekend; all 17 teams were in action. Our 14 boys teams participated in the Warriors “Spring Break Out”, while our 3 girls teams competed in the Zero Gravity “Spring Slam”.
Our third grade team breezed into the championship game Sunday morning with a 2-0 record. They ran into a tough Boston Warriors team and lost by 3. A great game and a great effort by the young Armadillo’s, Coach Clark has them playing with confidence and energy. Third Grade seen below...
Perhaps our most impressive performance of the weekend was seen at the 4th grade level. Team Gershon and Team Sullivan advanced to Sunday’s championship round with a 4-0 record. Team Sullivan came up with a win to take home the championship while Team Gershon ran into a very tough team and was defeated. Great effort by both groups: CONGRATS.
In their ASA coaching debut the Father / Son Lansbury team did very well advancing to the championship round with a 2-0 record. They ran into a very skilled and tough opponent and lost a well-fought battle.
In other action the 9th
grade teams played late into the day Sunday both coming up a bit short in their championship games. Coach Forest and English did a great job leading our teams against some of the best competition in the State.
10th grade Adam Mikula getting to the rack and 9th grader J.P Knight making the extra pass.
Our girl’s teams had a very competitive weekend. Our 6th
grade team gained some very valuable experience in their first tournament action. Coach Totten’s 7th
grade team went 2-0 winning both games by double digits. This is a talented group of girls who play great team ball.