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Playoff Schedule


November 9 is the final week of regular season then we get into playoffs on November 16.  

NOTE: Anyone who has not paid, CAN NOT participate in the playoffs (subs, etc.) Sub players can work with me to figure out an agreeable payment.  If players have only played half the season, they can pay half the fee, etc.

Highest seeds get to choose game time on 11/16.  

Tie Breakers:

1. Head to Head (between ALL tied teams)

2. Point differential

3. Coin toss

Playoff format is as follows:

November 16
  CT 1 CT 2 CT 3 Ryan
6:00 IVY Quarter Final BE Quarter Final ACC Quarter Final  
7:00 IVY Quarter Final BE Quarter Final ACC Quarter Final  
8:00 IVY Quarter Final BE Quarter Final ACC Quarter Final NBA SEMI
9:00 IVY Quarter Final BE Quarter Final ACC Quarter Final NBA SEMI



November 23
  CT 1 CT 2 CT 3
6:00 IVY Semi   IVY Semi
7:00 BE Semi IVY Final BE Semi
8:00 ACC Semi BE Final ACC Semi
9:00 ACC Final   NBA Final





The Rest of the Season Schedule Posted


The remainder of the regular season schedule is posted under the SCHEDULES tab to the left.  Playoffs will begin November 16.  ALL teams will make the playoffs and games times will be scheduled at the request of the highest seed. In other words, the #1 seed in each division chooses when they want to play, then #2, then #3, etc.

All divisions will play their final games on November 23




Some players have had difficulty Registering and Paying using Community Pass.  

I have compiled some instructions which I hope will help:


Remember that even after you create a LOG IN and USERNAME you still need to REGISTER for MENS BASKETBALL through Adult Education






Rosters and Schedule posted for 9/14/15

We plan to play 3 weeks in the Divisions posted and we will make adjustments as necessary if teams are placed in the wrong division...hoping for NO BLOWOUTS (no fun for anyone). 



There are some games at the RYAN school at 8:00 & 9:00 each week.  I will rotate those games among all divisions







NBA Champs

NBA Champs - SPRING 2015

Team #2 BLACK


The NBA wrapped up league play with Semi-Finals and the championship game on Monday, June 8.


Team #1 RED - 68

Team #5 GRAY - 58

Gray led most of the way until RED stepped up the "D".  Trailing 46-58, RED went on a 22-0 run to close out the game and win 68-58 and advance to the finals.  RED boasted 3 players in double figures with a balanced scoring attack.  Ben Huntington was tough in a losing effort with 24.


Team #2 BLACK - 74

Team #8 GREEN - 40

BLACK took advantage of a depleted GREEN squad, who's core group is ballin' in Singapore (see SEA Update).  Too much Gore as Joe and Mike combined for 41.  Matt Bibo poured in another 21


Championship Game

Team #2 BLACK - 79

Team #1 RED - 69

RED couldn't pull off another comeback, although they made it close down the stretch after trailing by as many as 20.  Gore bros had big games with 26 for Joe and 27 for Mike.  Mark Mastrullo played a nice all around game with 21 points on 5 threes.




Big East Champs - SPRING 2015

Team #17 GOLD

Team #17 GOLD pulled out a close win in Monday's Big East Title contest over Team #19 LIGHT BLUE.  After a slow start, GOLD led 18-14 at half, the teams heated up in the second stanza.  Matt Bennett got it going from behind the arc with 4 second half three pointers to go along with 17 points.  Derek McGaffigan followed that up with 15.  Mike Cheevers led the Light Blue's balanced scoring with 19.  

Team #17 GOLD - 47

Team #19 LIGHT BLUE - 42


ACC Champs

ACC Champs - Spring 2015

Team #16 Light Blue

L to R: Mike Ormord, Darryl Caffee, Mike Burns, Adrian Mendosa, Josh Hubbard, James Ezigue, Mark Ormord, Dom Mondi

Monday's ACC Final pitted Team #10 - RED vs Team #16 LIGHT BLUE.  The game was close the whole way with 6 lead changes and 4 ties (I just made that up...but it was close).  Red led 34-27 at half, but Light Blue came back with 7 second half three-pointers.  Light Blue eventually pulled away behind several DEEP second half treys from Dom Mondi (29 points) and Darryl Caffee (15).  Dan Hatem led the scoring for RED with 22 points on 7 threes.

Team #16 Light Blue - 67

Team #10 Red - 60 



Team #23 - GREEN

Front Row Kneeling: Joel Skaaland (can't believe they made the Big Guy kneel), Eric Rennel, Brian Sullivan

Back Row: Jeff Daigle, Kevin Carlson, Eric Ryder, Ivan DeLeon, Jack McDonough, Tim Broderick

Ivy League semi-finals and finals were fun and competitive on Monday, June 8.


#30 Brown - 48

#27 Gold - 32

This one was closer then the final score would indicate; a 2-5 point game most of the way, with Brown pulling away at the end.  Andrew Ahern led all scorers with 20 for Brown and Dan Desmond was scrappy as ever and led Gold with 8.


#23 Green - 53

#28 Maroon - 38

The Cinderella story of the Maroon team ended as midnight came early for the team that was winless in the regular season, but upset the #1 seed in the opening week of playoffs.  Green's balanced attacked featured all 9 players entering the scoring column which proved too much for Maroon, which was led by John Walker's impressive 18 points.



#23 Green - 37

#30 Brown - 35

The fatigue factor played a bit of a role in this one as both teams were coming off semi-final matchups, so we had a bit of a slow start...but the finish made up for that.  Trailing most of the second half, Brown took a 1 point lead on a banked 3 pointer by Andrew Ahern with about 30 seconds to play (yes, he DID call it off glass!).  However, Jack McDonough was fouled with 10 seconds to go and stepped to the line needing to make a one and one for the tie.  As cool as the other side of the pillow, Jack buried 2 to take the lead, and then (read this in Johnny Most voice) "McDonough stole the ball!!!" to ice the W and the Championship.  Congrats to Green on a nice season.

Light Blue Goes Gangsta

ACC Champs Light Blue tryin to look BA....

but somehow just look bored or distracted!!  Nice try though fellas

League Members go "BIG TIME" in International Event

May 20, 2015

Congrats and Best Wishes to Will, Dom, Pek & Soap, from our NBA Division's Green Team, as they compete at the SouthEast Asia Games in Singapore from June 5-16.  

Bring home some hardware, Gentlemen!

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