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  • 2024 Summer Camp
    2024 Summer Camp
    Fri, Jun 14
    Monrovia
    Jun 14, 2024, 9:00 AM – Jul 19, 2024, 4:00 PM
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    Sun, Jun 23
    Monrovia
    Jun 23, 2024, 11:00 AM – Aug 18, 2024, 5:00 PM
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    **********Jun 23 - Aug 18 ********** *Div 2/3, Div 4/5, Div 6/7, Div 8/9/10*

CURRENT EVENT(S)

Championship Week Updates

Division 2/3

Bombers secure AYB division championship with win over Mini Mambas 33-28 Week 11 (Championship Game) Jimmy Yang led all scorers for the Bombers with 12 points to go along with two assists and nine rebounds, helping coach Felix Huerta and the team to a 33-28 victory over the Mini Mambas to capture the 2024 AYB Division 2/3 Championship. Connor Kung recorded nine points, two assists and four rebounds for the Bombers. Caden Li chipped in with six points, two assists and eight rebounds. Max Dang, Kingston Dunlop and Andrew Huerta added two points apiece. Dang also had a team team-high 13 rebounds and two assists. The Mini Mambas’ Aaron Wong recorded a double-double and had a game-high 17 points with 16 rebounds and two assists. Wyatt Yau added five points and seven boards. Maximus Mendez had four points and three rebounds while Anson Wu finished the game with two points and five boards. The one-seeded Bombers went 8-0 in the regular season before winning the next three games in the playoffs en route to their title run, finishing the season 11-0. Diving deeper into the Bombers’ regular season scoring stats, they held a point differential of +126, outscoring their opponents 261 to 135. For comparison, the second-seeded Mini Mambas had a point differential of +97 during the regular season, showcasing how dominant the Bombers have been all season.

Division 4/5

Mamba Max hold Rana to single-digit points, win AYB division championship 46-36 Week 11 (Championship Game) Mason Kuan had a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds, helping coach Sunny Hsia and Mamba Max secure the win and AYB Division 4/5 Championship 46-36. Kuan converted on four three-pointers in the second half. Connor Hsia was the next man up for Mamba Max with 18 points, seven rebounds and an assist midway through the third quarter. Damian Hall rounded out the Mamba Max’s scoring efforts with six points to go along with four boards. The Yetis’ Pranish Rana was held to just seven points in the title game but came up big on the boards with 18 rebounds. Isaac Su led all scorers for the Yetis with 15 points and six rebounds. Jacob Li had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, with his lone assist coming midway through the third quarter. The Yetis and Mamba Max were statistically neck and neck in points scored and allowed throughout the regular season. Mamba Max held a slight advantage in points allowed with 194 compared to the Yetis 206, with a score differential between both teams at 138-137, in favor of Mamba Max.

Division 6/7

Black Widow stuns Bruins in championship game, Tran and Blythe dominate Week 11 (Championship Game) Black Widow’s Nikki Tran had 27 points and six rebounds to lead all scorers in the game while rebounding machine Logan Blythe scored 13 points and grabbed 34 rebounds, helping coach Jack Tran and Black Widow secure an upset win and the AYB Division 6/7 Championship over the defensive-heavy and undefeated Bruins 56-46. Tran scored 11 points in the first half before erupting for 13 points in the third. Blythe scored five of his 13 points in the final quarter while also securing 12 of his 34 rebounds, the most out of any quarter this game. Matthew Phan added to the Black Widow’s offensive firepower with nine points and four boards. Parker Wong rounded out the team’s scoring efforts with three points and three rebounds. The Bruins’ Samuel Bai led all scorers on his team with 20 points, two assists and five rebounds. Daniel Bai added 12 points and five boards. Ethan Tom had seven points, two assists and six rebounds. Patrick Bone and Carson Levoe Daniels combined for four points and nine rebounds, respectively. Looking at each team’s regular season scoring stats, Black Widow outscored the Bruins throughout the regular season 341-296. The Bruins, however, held their opponents to just 209 points compared to Black Widow’s 240. Taking a look at the point differential between both teams, Black Widow had a slightly higher count at 101-87.

Division 8/9/10

Black Mambas stave off Tigers to win AYB division title 54-47, Liu has double-double Week 11 (Championship Game) Charlie Liu recorded a double-double and led all scorers for the Black Mambas with 18 points and 15 rebounds, helping coach Giuseppe Consolida and his team to a 54-47 win and the 2024 8-10 AYB Division Championship. The Mambas’ Tyler Tran reached double digits with 11 points and an assist late in the fourth quarter. Derek Wang added nine points, two assists and two rebounds, all coming in the second half. Valentino Consolida, Maxwell Weng and Timothy Lu chipped in with four points apiece. All three also combined for 10 rebounds. Jeremiah Navarette and Aeson Wu rounded out the Mambas’ scoring efforts with two points each, respectively. Aiden Pun had a game-high 25 points, hitting seven three-pointers to go along with five rebounds. Jayden Hsu finished with six points, scoring all of them in the final quarter. Jason Wu and Marcello Trieu finished the game with four points apiece. Wu also had three assists and four boards while Trieu had six rebounds and an assist to start off the third quarter. Lincoln Pardini converted on a three midway through the third quarter. Jimmy Wu and Liam Camarena finished with two points each while Joseph Stengel rounded out the Tigers’ scoring efforts, splitting a pair of free throws early in the first quarter. The Black Mambas were dominant all regular season with a score differential against their opponents at +184. For reference, the Tigers had a score differential against their opponents of just +39, finishing as the second seed in their division.

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