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Champions!!!

Congrats to our Div 2/3 All-Star Elite Team! The boys played hard and captured the California Dreamin' Championship over the weekend!

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Week 2 Updates

Division 2/3

Bombers’ explosive offense no match for Bulls, win 71-7 behind Cheng’s 20 Week 2 Zander Cheng scored a game-high 20 points to go along with three assists and two rebounds, helping the Bombers to a huge win against the Bulls 71-7. The Bombers’ Kingston Dunlop recorded a double-double for the game, scoring 12 points and grabbing 12 rebounds. Dunlop did a majority of his work in the second quarter, scoring eight points and securing six rebounds. Caden Li was the runner-up in points with 16 and had six boards. Max Dang scored just one point for the game, splitting a pair of free throws in the third quarter. However, Dang also grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out a game-high four assists. Jimmy Yang scored eight to go along with two assists and five rebounds. Dylan Tran added six points while Alyssa Ureta recorded four points and six rebounds. Andrew Huerta, Brooke Saiyasombat, and Ethan Kealey scored two points each, with all three combining for eight boards and four assists. The Bulls scored seven points for the game, with Nathan He taking charge and scoring all seven. He finished the game with eight rebounds as well. Cash Tran, Emma Tse, and Cruz Thai scratched in the rebounding column, combining for four rebounds. The Bombers have dominated in their first two games and will look to continue their streak against the Little Space Jammers. The Bulls will look to bounce back against the Mariners. Both games tip-off next Sunday, July 14.

Little Space Jammers beat Thunderbolts 31-5 Week 2 Devin Miller had a game-high eight points to go along with a rebound and an assist late in the fourth quarter to help the Little Space Jammers defeat the Thunderbolts 31-5. Jaxson Argent and Archie Auyeung finished the game with six points each for the Little Space Jammers, with Argent securing four rebounds and Auyeung grabbing three. Berlin Imoto had four points and two rebounds. Bryan Kwok, Theodore Miller, and Brandon Wong ended the game with two points apiece. Wong also had a game-high two assists and six rebounds. The Thunderbolts saw three players scratch in the scoring column. Shaan Kler and Owen Chow both finished the game with two points and three rebounds. Ethanael Rosalez split a pair of free throws in the third quarter and also had a team-high six rebounds. Cyrus Karlen had five rebounds. The Little Space Jammers will next face off against the Bombers while the Thunderbolts look to bounce back against the Warriors. Both games tip-off next Sunday, July 14.

Mini Kobes defeat Mariners 32-6 behind all-around team effort Week 2 Justin Kim scored a game-high eight points to go along with four rebounds as he helped the Mini Kobes beat the Mariners 32-6. Ethan Chen and Own Low of the Mini Kobes finished the game with six points each. Chen grabbed five rebounds while Low dished out an assist early in the first quarter and secured three boards. Ryker Hoang, Kingston Ng, and Layton Lee scored four each. Ng and Lee combined for 14 rebounds. The Mariners struggled to get it going offensively, scoring eight points. Skyler Abesamis scored two points from the free-throw line and grabbed three boards. Jacob Le and Gordon Durrough also scratched on the scoring column with two points apiece. Le grabbed a team-high five rebounds. Looking to next Sunday, July 14, the Mini Kobes will take on the Tigers while the Mariners look to get their first win of the early season against the Bulls.

Tigers third quarter surge propels them to win over Dynamite 24-16 Week 2 The Tigers scored 12 of their 24 points in the third quarter and grabbed 16 of the team’s 34 rebounds to propel them to 24-16 win over the Dynamite. The Tigers recorded only one assist in the first half. In the third, the team dished out four. Christian Seo had a team-high nine points, four rebounds, and an assist. River Long finished the game with five points and three rebounds while Wyatt Yau had four points, six rebounds, and an assist early in the fourth quarter. Justin Nishi, Celina Lopez, and Oliver Chen finished the game with two points each. All three combined for 12 rebounds. Lopez also finished the game with two assists. The Dynamite were led by Mason Voong’s game-high 14 points. Voong also had the only assist for his team. Caden Vuong rounded out the team’s scoring efforts with two points in the second quarter, which came off an assist from Voong. The Dynamite ended the first half with 10 points, scoring six more in the second. The Tigers will take on the Mini Kobes next Sunday, July 14, while the Dynamite looks to go above .500 in the early season against the Kings.

Warriors came out to play, beat Kings 62-0 thanks to Yu’s 31 Week 2 Ethan Yu finished the game with 31 points, four assists, and nine rebounds, scoring half of the team's 62 points en route to a 62-0 win against the Kings. Yu started off hot in the first half, scoring 21. The Warriors’ Austin Chung scored nine points to go along with two assists and four boards. Preston Gittleman and Jayden Lai had six points each, with Gittleman also grabbing five rebounds and dishing out an assist early in the second quarter. Jonathan Lin added four points and four rebounds. James Gotlieb, Matthew Guan, and Jasper Lai finished the game with two points apiece, with Lai also securing nine rebounds. The Kings could not get the ball into the hoop, going scoreless for the game. Joseph Yang and Micah Song tied for a team-high in rebounds with four, respectively. In total, the Kings combined for 19 rebounds. Looking to next Sunday, July 14, the Warriors will take on the Thunderbolts while the Kings look to bounce back against Dynamite.

Division 4/5

Aces defeat The Charlie Brown Baseball Team 41-30 behind Quan's 12 points Week 2 Jason Quan scored a team-high 12 points and grabbed six rebounds as he helped the Aces to a win over The Charlie Brown Baseball Team 41-30. Austin Guo added 10 points for the Aces and had an assist early in the third quarter. Noah He recorded nine points, two assists, and eight rebounds. Isaac Garcia scored four points and grabbed five rebounds in the final quarter, finishing the game with six points and seven rebounds. Julianne Lee scored all four of her points in the first quarter. Genji Argonza led the way for The Charlie Brown Baseball Team with a game-high 13 points, converting on two three-pointers. Daniel Lin and Hudson Imoto added eight points each. Conor Lin rounded out The Charlie Brown Baseball Team’s scoring efforts, splitting a pair of free throws early in the third quarter. Looking to next Sunday, July 14, the Aces will take on Lighthouse while The Charlie Brown Baseball Team faces off against the Wildcats.

Lighthouse escapes Bears with narrow 22-20 victory Week 2 In a close and tight-knit game that came down to the wire, Lighthouse was led by an all-around group effort to secure a narrow 22-20 victory over the Bears. Josh Long scored a game-high five points, converting on a three in the second quarter. Long finished the game with three rebounds. Riley and Remy Takaesu scored four points each, with Riley securing eight rebounds. Kaleb Duong scored three points off a three in the first quarter to go along with four rebounds and an assist. Audrey Wang and Cooper Chow scored two points each, with Wang also grabbing three rebounds. Kailyn Duong also scored two points but controlled the glass all game, grabbing 10 rebounds, six of them coming in the third quarter. The Bears saw Siena Rau and Riley B. Huang tied for game-high honors in points with five each. Rau also had eight rebounds, with five of them coming in the final quarter. Huang secured five boards. Christian Chen and Devin Mach scored four points apiece. Caden Spain rounded out the Bear's scoring efforts with two points and five rebounds. Looking to next Sunday, July 14, Lighthouse will take on the Aces. The Bears look to get their first win of the season against Showtime!

Mamba Active win OT thriller against Yetis 40-38, Ma and Zheng score 17 each Week 2 Going into overtime tied at 32-32, Bo Ma and Andy Zheng carried the offensive load for Mamba Active, with Zheng scoring six of his 17 points during the extra period and helping Mamba Active defeat the Yetis 40-38. Zheng finished the game with a double-double, securing 10 rebounds. Ma converted on two free throws in overtime, finishing the game with 17 points, two assists, and eight rebounds. Justin Lam added four points and six rebounds while Mason Kuan contributed two points and seven rebounds. The Yetis were led by Pranish Rana’s 17 points, five assists, and a staggering 17 rebounds. Kenrich Vuong equaled Rana’s point production with 17 of his own, hitting on two three-pointers in OT to keep the Yetis close. Vuong also had five boards. Emmit Yau added four points and nine rebounds. Looking to next Sunday, July 14, Mamba Active takes on Hawaii Five-0. The Yetis look to bounce back against the Prodigies.

Santoso scores 16 as Lights Out defeats Hawaii Five-0 51-14 Week 2 Denzel Santoso had a game-high 16 points to go along with six rebounds for Lights Out, defeating Hawaii Five-0 51-14. Evan Law and Christian Chan added six points each for Lights Out, with Chan also grabbing a game-high 11 rebounds. Olive Oh, Kamron Williams, and Graison Wu all finished the game with five points apiece. Williams also grabbed 10 boards. Riley Lam Brooklyn added four points and two rebounds. Hawaii Five-0 were led by Tyler Phan’s seven points and seven rebounds. Phan had five rebounds by the end of the first quarter. William Ong matched Phan’s seven points to go along with four rebounds. Lights Out will play against the Chosen Team while Hawaii Five-0 face-off against Mamba Active and looks to pick up their first win of the early season. Both games are set to tip off next Sunday, July 14

Showtime! go scoreless in fourth as Wildcats go on run, win 30-26 Week 2 Showtime! led 26-22 going into the final quarter before going scoreless, allowing the Wildcats to go on an 8-0 run to win the game 30-26 behind Noah Easton’s game-high 15 points. The Wildcats’ Noah Seo added six points while Liam Easton finished the game with four. Jaxon Nguyen recorded three points, six rebounds, and an assist. Evan Choe rounded out the Wildcats’ scoring efforts with two points in the final quarter. Showtime! was led by Liam Valenzuela’s eight points and nine rebounds, with six of those rebounds coming in the first quarter alone. Jordan Mak added six points and Liam Voong added five points and two assists. Jacob Li recorded five points, two assists, and two rebounds. The Wildcats will take on The Charlie Brown Baseball Team while Showtime! look to bounce back against the Bears. Both games are set to tip-off next Sunday, July 14.

Zhou scores 14 as Prodigies defeat Chosen Team 56-4 Week 2 Ethan Zhou scored a game-high 14 points to go along with two assists and six rebounds, guiding the Prodigies to a 56-4 win over the Chosen Team. The Prodigies saw two other players reach double digits in points, with Dylan Li and Grant Fohrer scoring 10. Fohrer also recorded two assists and two rebounds while Li secured four boards. Mason Snaer added seven points and five boards. Aiden Li and Riley Romero chipped in with four points apiece, with Romero grabbing 11 boards. Luke Arellano finished the game with three points, seven rebounds, and an assist late in the third quarter. The Chosen Team could not get it going offensively, scoring four points. Harrison Yoshida and Aiden Zucker were the only two players to scratch the scoring column, finishing the game with two points apiece. Yoshida grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds. Zucker had three rebounds for the game, all coming in the final quarter. Up next, the Prodigies will take on the Yetis while the Chosen Team faces off against Lights Out. Both games are set to tip-off next Sunday, July 14.

Division 6/7

Eagle Fangs 3.0 hold off late surge from Nothing But Net, win 37-31 behind Kim’s 26-13 Week 2 Josiah Kim balled out against Nothing But Net, recording a double-double with 26 points, 13 rebounds, and two assists to catapult the Eagle Fangs to a 37-31 win despite a late offensive push from Aiden Nguyen. Ryan Chen chipped in with five points for the Eagle Fangs while Riley De Vera, Connor Huang, and Myles Yim added two points each. Luken Higuchi went scoreless but crashed the glass with eight boards. Nothing But Net continued to claw their way back into the game thanks to Nguyen’s 19 points and six rebounds. Nguyen scored nine points in the final quarter, making two three-pointers to keep the game close. Caleb Simms was the runner-up in points with five and four boards. Thuan Sam finished the game with four points and seven rebounds. Nathan Hsu scored his three points in the first quarter. Looking to next Sunday, July 14, The Eagle Fangs 3.0 will take on the Tigers while Nothing But Net gears up against the Tran’sformers.

Mavericks obliterate Tigers 70-2, Taylor and Lee record double-doubles Week 2 Kai Taylor recorded a double-double with a game-high 18 points to go along with 10 rebounds, helping the Mavericks defeat the Tigers 70-2. Mason Lee played Robin to Taylor’s Batman, scoring 14 points and grabbing 12 rebounds, earning himself a double-double in the process. Duncan Wong added 12 points while Jayden Calm finished the game with seven points, capping off his play with a three in the final quarter. Quentin Kurniawan scored six, with four of his points coming in the first quarter. The Tigers scored just two points for the game, with Nathan Hui scoring in the first quarter. The Tigers combined for nine team rebounds. Kobe Thai led all rebounders on the team with three, respectively. The Mavericks take on the Katanas whereas the Tigers will look towards their next game against the Eagle Fangs 3.0 Both games are set to tip-off next Sunday, July 14.

Tran’sformers defeat Katanas 39-25, Hsu records double-double Week 2 Tran’sformers’ Jeremiah Hsu had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, helping his team to a 39-25 victory over the Katanas. Daniel Bai added nine points for the Tran’sformers, scoring five in the final quarter. Derrick Cheng, Parker Wong, and Connor Woo scored four points each, with Cheng also recording two dimes and three rebounds. Laksh Yogender Kumar, Connor Lee, and Samuel Bai rounded out the team's scoring efforts with two points each. The Katanas were led by Nathan Ho’s nine points and four rebounds. David Peng was the next man up with seven points and three boards. Ethan Song added five points and six rebounds, scoring a three early in the third quarter. Tyler Chen and Cayden Huang scored two points each to round out the Katanas’ scoring efforts. Up next, the Tran’sformers will take on Nothing But Net. The Katanas look to bounce back with a win against the Tigers. Both games are set to tip off next Sunday, July 14.

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