11-12 Boys

Winter 2018-2019  -  Basketball - Youth

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Regular Season Standings
TeamWinLossPCTAPA
Phoenix 801.00020.00
Lakers 530.62520.13
Celtics 440.50027.25
Hawks 260.25025.38
Warriors 170.12523.50
PCT = Winning PercentageAPA = Average Points Against

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Home team listed first
Away team listed second

Regular Season Schedule & Results
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Week 1
  • Sat
    Court 2
    The Warriors and Phoenix opened up the 11/12 boys season with an exciting game that the Phoenix were able to come away with 20-18. The Phoenix had a big lead to start off the game, but the Warriors didn't give up and stormed back to make it close. The Phoenix scoring was led by: Blake (13 points), Dalen (5 points), and Ross (2 points). The Warriors scoring output came from: Griffin (7 points), Luke (2 points), and Trevor (1 point).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    Hawks
    11
    Lakers
    37
    The Lakers opened up their season with a 37-11 win over the Hawks Saturday afternoon. Skyler was the leading scorer for the Lakers with 24 points. Titus (6 points), Bryce (4 points), and Dawson (3 points) also pitched in for the Lakers. The Hawks were led by Gabe (5 points), JR (3 points), and Nate (3 points).
Week 2
  • Thu
    Court 2
    The Lakers are now 2-0 on the season after defeating the Warriors 21-10 Thursday evening. Skylar had another big game for his Lakers team, leading all scorers with 11 points. Titus (4 points), Dawson (4 points), and Bryce (2 points) also had good games on the offensive end, but it was the Lakers defense that helped lead them to victory. The Warriors were led on the offensive end of the floor by: Trevor (4 points), Griffin (3 points), and Aiden (3 points).
  • Thu
    Court 2
    Celtics
    28
    Hawks
    17
    The Celtics started their season off on the right foot with a big 28-17 win over the Hawks Thursday night. The Celtics moved the ball around well to manufacture points on the offensive end, and their leading scorers in the game were: Logan (9 points), Chaz (9 points), Langston (6 points), Kaleb (2 points), and Isaac (2 points). The Hawks leading scorers in the game were: Junior (5 points), Keegan (5 points), Nathaniel (3 points), Gabriel (2 points), and Will (2 points).
Week 3
  • Tue
    Court 2
    The Celtics managed a good comeback Tuesday evening to move to 2-0 on the season after defeating the Warriors 27-24. Chaz (11 points), Eli (6 points), Cole (6 points), and Logan (4 points) shared the ball well on offense to help their team secure the win. The Warriors had 6 different players score in the game vs the Celtics, including: Trevor (6 points), Brayden (6 points), Griffin (4 points), Aidan (4 points), Roland (3 points), and Ross (1 point).
  • Tue
    Court 2
    Phoenix
    26
    Lakers
    18
    The Phoenix came to play Tuesday night as they were able to beat the previously undefeated Lakers 26-18. Dalen Belcher had a huge game for his Phoenix team leading all scorers in the game with 14 points. Blake (5 points), Ayson (4 points), River (2 points), and Ross (1 point) also pitched in on offense for the Phoenix. The Lakers scoring came from: Skylar (9 points), Bryce (4 points), Paul (3 points), and Isaac (2 points).
  • Sat
    Court 1
    Hawks
    15
    Phoenix
    23
    The Phoenix are now on a 3 game win streak after defeating the Hawks 23-15 Saturday afternoon. Dalen (11 points), Blake (9 points), Ayson (2 points), and Ross (1 point) combined to lead the Phoenix offense Saturday. The Hawks leading scorers in the game were: Keegan (6 points), Junior (5 points), Gabriel (3 points), and Will (1 point).
Week 4
  • Thu

    Christmas Break

Week 6
  • Thu
    Court 2
    The Celtics and Phoenix matched up in both team's first game back from Christmas Break, and the Phoenix were able to hold on to get the victory 21-19 to take sole 1st place in the 11/12 boys division. The Phoenix moved the ball around well on offense with 5 different players getting in on the scoring action led by: Dalen (9 points), Blake (6 points), River (2 points), Corbin (2 points), and Ayson (2 points). The Celtics offense came from: Eli (7 points), Chaz (5 points), Logan (5 points), and Langston (2 points).
  • Thu
    Court 2
    Hawks
    21
    The Hawks and Warriors battled back and forth in their game Thursday night with the Hawks making a few clutch plays down the stretch to get the victory, 21-16. 5 different players were able to score in the game Thursday night, led by: Gabriel (9 points), Will (4 points), Zayne (3 points), Nathaniel (3 points), and Keegan (2 points). The Warriors also had 5 players to score in the game, led by: Aiden (6 points), Braden (4 points), Trevor (3 points), Saylor (2 points), and Griffin (1 point).
  • Sat
    Court 1
    Lakers
    28
    Celtics
    29
    The Celtics were able to bounce back from their first loss of the season Saturday afternoon, defeating a very tough Lakers team 29-28 in a nail biter. Chaz Pate had a huge afternoon on offense for his Celtics team leading all scorers in the game with 14 points. Langston (10 points) and Eli (5 points) also played big down the stretch for the Celtics on offense. The Lakers scoring came from: Skylar (8 points), Bryce (8 points), Dawson (8 points), Joshua (2 points), and Paul (2 points).
Week 7
  • Thu
    Court 2
    The Phoenix outlasted another nail biter of a game Thursday night, defeating a scrappy Warriors team, 25-21 to remain unbeaten on the season. Dalen had a huge game for his Phoenix team, leading all scorers in the game with 12 points. Blake (7 points), Ross (4 points), and River (2 points) also had big games to help their team secure the win. The Warriors were led on the offensive end by: Griffin (11 points), Trevor (7 points), Saylor (3 points), and Aidan (2 points).
  • Thu
    Court 2
    Lakers
    20
    Hawks
    16
    The Lakers and Hawks fought tooth and nail Thursday night to get a victory, and the Lakers were able to outlast the Hawks to secure the win, 20-16. The Lakers leading scorers in the game were: Bryce (11 points), Dawson (5 points), Joshua (2 points), and Paul (2 points). The Hawks leading scorers were: Gabriel (8 points), Keegan (3 points), Dagoberto (2 points), Zayne (2 points), and Nathaniel (1 point).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    Hawks
    21
    Celtics
    23
    The Celtics won their fourth game of the season Saturday as they defeated the Hawks in a close back and forth ball game. Chaz (9 points), Eli (8 points), Cole (4 points), and Langston (2 points) all helped out big time on offense to help lead their team to their fourth win of the year. The Hawks leading scorers in the game were: Gabriel (8 points), William (6 points), Keegan (4 points), and Dagoberto (3 points).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    The Lakers won their fourth game of the season Saturday morning as they defeated the Warriors 23-10. Paul (11 points), Dawson (5 points), Titus (4 points), and Bryce (3 points) combined to lead the Lakers offense to a big win. For the Warriors, Griffin (5 points), Aidan (3 points), and Saylor (2 points) led their team on offense.
Week 8
  • Tue
    Court 1
    The Warriors earned their first win of the season Tuesday night in upset fashion as they took down the Celtics in overtime 29-27. The Warriors made some clutch shots down the stretch to help get the victory, led by: Brayden (13 points), Trevor (8 points), Griffin (11 points), and Saylor (3 points). The Celtics leading scorers in the game were: Chaz (9 points), Eli (7 points), Langston (5 points), Kaleb (4 points), and Logan (2 points).
  • Thu
    Court 1
    Lakers
    19
    Phoenix
    29
    The Phoenix are now on a six game win streak after defeating a tough Lakers team 29-19 Thursday night. Dalen Belcher had another big game offensively for the Phoenix as he led all scorers in the game with 15 points. Blake (6 points), Brodie (2 points), Dawson (2 points), Ross (2 points), and Ayson (2 points) also pitched in to the scoring for the Phoenix. The Lakers offense was led by: Dawson (14 points), Bryce (3 points), and Titus (2 points).
Week 9
  • Thu
    Court 2
    Phoenix
    33
    Hawks
    24
    The Phoenix were able to wrap up 1st place in the boys 11/12 division Thursday night after defeating a scrappy Hawks team 33-24. The Hawks hung around for most of the game, but the Phoenix offense was too much to handle, led by: Dalen (21 points), Blake (9 points), Ayson (2 points), and Dawson (1 point). The Hawks offense was led by: Gabriel (15 points), Dagoberto (7 points), and Michael (2 points).
  • Thu
    Court 2
    Celtics
    30
    Lakers
    31
    The Lakers and Celtics played a fantastic game Thursday night that came down to the final seconds of the game, and the Lakers were able to hold on for the win, 31-30. The Lakers led throughout the entirety of the game Thursday evening, but in the 2nd half the Celtics came storming back to make it a game. The Lakers leading scorers in the game were: Paul (19 points), Titus (6 points), and Dawson (6 points). The Celtics offense was ran through: Langston (10 points), Eli (7 points), Cole (7 points), Chaz (5 points), and Logan (1 point).
Week 10
  • Thu
    Court 1
    The Phoenix capped off an undefeated season and first place finish in the 11/12 boys division Thursday night with a dominating performance over a tough Celtics team 47-26. Dalen Belcher had another huge night for his team leading all scorers in the game with 26 points. Teammate's Blake (12 points), River (3 points), Brodie (2 points), Corben (3 points), and Ayson (2 points) also had good games offensively to help the Phoenix remain unbeaten. The Celtics leading scorers in the game were: Eli (8 points), Langston (6 points), Cole (6 points), and Chaz (6 points).
  • Thu
    Court 1
    Hawks
    24
    The Hawks ended their season with a thrilling 24-23 victory over a scrappy Warriors team Thursday night. The Hawks used big games on offense from: Zayne (7 points), Gabriel (6 points), Dagoberto (5 points), Will (4 points), and Michael (2 points) to help lead their team to a win. For the Warriors, Brayden (9 points), Aidan (7 points), Griffin (5 points), and Saylor (2 points) all had good games shooting the ball for their team.

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