LAKE COMO, NJ -- Wow! The View defeated the Sonics in a barnburner, 74-73, to claim the 2019 Winter 'Jersey Shore' Basketball Championship!
Details from the game will be posted this week, please stay tuned for the recap...
HUDSON & MONMOUTH COUNTIES, NJ -- The 2019 Spring Basketball Season tips off this May, with divisions playing in Jersey City and Lake Como, NJ.
The deadline to register for the Spring League is April 30th.
We accept Full Teams and Individual Players for the league. If you don't have a team, you can sign up as an Individual and we'll place you on a team with other 'Free Agents.'
Click here to reserve your spot
The Spring League will feature 8 regular season games. The top 4 teams per division will qualify for the Playoffs.
JERSEY CITY LEAGUE - All games at 180 9th Street Gym ("Hurley's Court"). Opening Night is May 7th (for some teams). Games played on mix of Sundays (5pm-8pm) and Tuesdays (7:30pm-9:30pm)
LAKE COMO LEAGUE - All games at Academy Charter H.S. on Main Street. Opening Night is May 19th. Games on Sunday Nights (6pm-11pm)
We'll see you at the court!
*Roster size: Min. 8, max 12 players
*Referee fees are $40 per team, per game.
*Each team must have their own matching, numbered jerseys - the league only provides jerseys for Individual Player signups.
*All teams and players must be paid in full prior to start of the season.
*Once games are scheduled, they are Final. If you cannot field the minimum (4) players to avoid a forfeit, you must cancel your game within 48 hours. All cancelled games will result in a 20-0 Forfeit Loss. If you do not cancel within 48 hours, an $80 forfeit fine will be assessed.
Its 'Final Four Week' in the Patrick Ewing division. Three games left to decide the first Champion in the Lake Como League.
The first game features the up-tempo offense of Splash Bandicoot (5-5 regular season) and the regular season division leaders, The View (9-1).
The View defeated Splash both times they two met this season. In the first game Doug Boor (13/12) had a double double for the SB, but the Views dynamic duo of Mel Pitts (20/7) and Ky Meredith (19/6) proved to be too much to handle.
Ty Roshala (19/5) had himself a nice game the second time they squared off but again, Mel Pitts (21 points) led the View to the comfortable win.
Splash Bandicoot know they have their hands full and are going to have to play near perfect ball if they want to pull the upset.
The late game features two teams who were about as evenly matched as you can get this season. Back in February, the SuperSonics (7-3) lost to the Tigers (6-4) by 3 points and then 4 weeks later beat Tigers by 4 points.
The Sonics’ Alex Levchenko (21 ppg) will look to keep pace with the Tigers two headed scoring machine of Jermaine Jackson (23.6 ppg) and Andrey Bonelli (24 ppg).
It should be a pair of fast paced, exciting games Sunday night as we come one week closer to crowning a champion at the Shore. Good Luck to all teams.