Thursday, July 28

Tuesday, September 30

#1 seeded Team Underrated 9U team faced the #2 Showtyme for the Almighty League Championship Game. The game was an exciting game throughout. Both teams came out to play on both ends of the courts. There were several lead changes during the game. TU was down by 2pts at the half but came out of the gate and went on a 6-0 run. Showtyme came back to tie the game back. In the 4th Quarter Josh (Jaguar) Serrano came up with a big steal to put TU up by 4 pts. Showtyme came back to tie the game once again. Isaiah hit a 3pt shot to put TU up by 5 and then Quanel hit a 2pt shot to seal the game. The final score was 43-38 in a tough win. We had great defensive efforts by Ron (RonBolt) Fell, Matthew (Smooth M) Asenjo, Eddie(Fast Eddie) Calderon, Mike(Hot Rod) Pavinelli. The team was lead in scoring by Isaiah (Zeke) Mucius - 21pts (5 - 3pt),  Josh (Jaguar) Serrano - 9pts, Jayson (The Glove) Robinson - 5pts, Camren (Agent 0) Wynter - 4pts, Ron (RonBolt)- 2pts and Quanel (Q) Robinson -2pts. Congrats to Isaiah Mucius for winning Almighty MVP as well as Joshua Serrano. The team finished the tourney 13-0. Congratulations goes out to Coach Matt and Coach Moe for a job well done.

Monday, September 22

Team Underrated played Next Level in a semi-final game this past weekend.  TU struggled from the field the 1st half and had a turnover every other possession. At the end of the 1st half TU only managed to score 4pts., to Next Level 9pts., During the 4th quater TU took the lead 10-9 holding down Next Level.  Then Next Level hit a 3pt shot with 30 seconds left.  They then took a 12-10 lead.  With 1 second on the clock Korey Lee passed the ball to Isaiah Mucius where he shot the ball and hit a 3pt. shot to win the game and send TU the finals.  TU managed to stay in the game with tough defense from Josh Serrano, Mike Pavanelli, Ron Fell, Camren Wynter, Eddie Calderon, Jayson Robinson, and Quanel Robinson.  Congratulations goes out to Coach Matt and Coach Moe for a job well done. 

Championship game is vs. Showtime, everyone come and support and wear your TU gear.

Friday, March 14

Team Underrated 12u Team defeated L I Trotters 41-10 in the Almighty Force Tourney on March 8th in Brooklyn. 

  • CJ Davis 11pts., 3assist, 7rebounds, and 4steals
  • Jack Campo 2pts., 5rebounds, and 2steals
  • Nigel Carter 2pts., and 4rebounds
  • Patrick Jackson 6pts., and 2assist
  • Stephan Pitts 6pts., and 2rebounds
  • Aaren Edmead 2pts., 2assist, and 2steals
  • Keith Ruiz 2steals
  • Shakim Flippen 2pts., and 2steals
  • Mike Barry 6pts., and 5rebounds
  • Dante Williams 2pts., 3rebounds, and 1assist

Our Record moves to 2-0..........

Monday, October 12

 October 11, 2009 New England Hoop News Staff

BasketBull's Columbus Day Challenge tournament came to a conclusion today with Expressions Elite barely missing a high school sweep.  Champions were crowned in age groups 12u through OPEN, with championship games being played at the Hall of Fame in the 12u, 13u, 14u, 15u, and 16u age groups.  

New York teams dominated the younger divisions with the 12u championship taken home by Team Underrated, out of Long Island, 64-43 against the Montabello Warriors.  The 13u chip went to the Connecticut Basketball Club with Jarid South and KeAndre Fair both chipping in 12 points in the win over the Montabello Warriors out of Queens, New York.  The 14u involved two more New York teams as a heated rivalry continued between Team Scan and Team Underrated.  Underrated came away with their second championship, 71-58. 

In the older divisions, New England teams battled it out.  The 15u champions, Expressions Elite, took down the BABC, 66-62.  The championship game went back and forth the entire way with big plays being made on both sides.  Kahlil Dukes, a 5'10 freshman out of Capital Prep in Hartford, Connecticut, shined for Expressions connecting on six 3-pointers, on his way to 28 points.  Equally impressive for the BABC was Rene Castro who couldn't be contained attacking the rim.  The 6'3 slahser finished with 29 points. 

The 16u title was taken home by the Connecticut Knights as they knocked off the Expressions Elite, 71-66. Tylon Smith led the winners with 20 points and scored some key baskets down the stretch.  Although the 16s couldn't pull off the sweep for Expressions, the 17u scored a nice win over the New England Playaz in the championship game.  Ricardo Ledo led the way for Expressions scoring in a variety of ways and finishing with 24 points.  The 6'4 silky smooth lefty made big play after big play.  Tyler Strange did a superb job defensively on Shabazz Napier, who was playing, once again, with the New England Playaz. 

The Open Division title went to the SECC All-Stars as they ran away with a 20 point victory over MBR out of Maine.  SECC was led by Ellis Cooper, Dan Martin, and Robbie Burke as they scored big wins over the Connecticut Basketball Club and Bay State Magic throughout the weekend.