Team Nap-Town battled adversity Sunday by winning three games in one day to capture its first YMCA A-League title. With only five players available on Championship Sunday, Nap-Town, the five seed, fought through the top-seeded State Farm Team and heavy favorite Shirrell in the championship game. Nap-Town had a balanced attack with four of their players scoring in double figures, leading them to a 92-84 win against Shirrell. Blake Sutton led all scorers with 38 points while Jake Ash added 24 for Shirrell.
Team Nap-Town’s team members are Tom Wenning, Blake Sutton, Dustin Wagner, Ethan Wagner, Randy Hodges, Jayson Purdy and Spencer Purdy.
After Mo-Town was defeated during the regular season by Mosier a week earlier, you could see that Captain Jeremie Keithly and his team wanted revenge. After defeating MVR Cars in the semi-final, they took on the top-seeded Team Mosier in the Championship.
Up two points at the half, Mo-Town pulled away in the second half and won a close battle 68-64.
Jeremie Keithly finished with a game high 28 points.
Mo-Town’s team members are Jeremie Keithly, Shane Smith, Cody Shannon, Stephen L, Trey Mills, Randy Davis, Breck
For anyone who is looking to join a team or would be interested in playing, please see below or contact, Mark Lantz by calling (812) 663-9622. The current league began June 8.
As preparation gets under way for the summer session’s leagues and classes, we would like to encourage any male or female, member or non-member to stop by the Y.M.C.A. and get more information on how to sign up for the Adult Basketball League or other Adult/Youth sports. We currently have registration going on for Sports Camps, Summer Youth Basketball League, Lego Camps, and Summer Day Camp. Any companies looking to sponsor teams are also encouraged to contact the Y.M.C.A. for more information regarding the leagues.
In addition, The Decatur County Family Y.M.C.A. also hosts Wednesday night open gym basketball from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. This is a great way to keep your basketball game sharp as well as finding a team for Sunday’s Adult Basketball League.
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