News and Announcements
Congratulations to Ethan Wojnovich, second from the right, of the Spartans (Big 10) for winning the week 3 DICK’S Sporting Goods Player of the Week. In a double-header on Friday night in which Ethan’s team won one and tied one, Ethan had a total of 17 points, 14 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, and 3 blocks. The Spartans had contributions from many of their players on Friday night – including a double-digit performance from Trevor Schafer – but Ethan stood out on both ends of the floor. Great performance Spartans and great performance Ethan!
Congratulations to Mikey Smith of the Huskies (PAC 12) for taking home the week 2 DICK’S Sporting Good Player of the Week. Mikey had 14 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals in a win over the Ducks. In addition to an efficient night scoring the ball, Mikey really helped out on the defensive end. Mikey has been playing in Havertown Hoops for a few years now – his relaxed demeanor on and off the court makes him a great teammate to others. Good job, Mikey!
Congratulations to James Kranick of the Spurs (NBA) for taking home the week 1 DICK’S SPORTING GOODS Player of the Week. James had nearly 20 points in a 49-41 win over the Lakers. In addition to his many rebounds and assists, James knocked down several threes including one off the glass! In the summer, James works at Grange Playground Camp where he’s one of the crowd favorites. Keep up the good work, James!
Congratulations to Brian Murphy, our Fall 2018 scoring champion. Brian will receive a $25 gift card to THE CROSSBAR. He averaged 27.9 points per game and knocked down a league-leading 51 three-point shots!
Good job, Murph.
Congratulations to Team Safern on winning the Fall 2018 CREC Men’s Basektball League! The champions received a $50 gift card to BARNABY’S OF AMERICA and BRICK N’ BREW in Havertown.
They defeated the #1 overall seed, Camp MVP, in a 56-53 nail-biter. Tom Leibig (Camp MVP) led all scorers with 30 points while Jake Mingey (Team Safern) and Tom Durkin (Team Safern) led their teams with 13 and 12 points, respectively. Leibig had a shot at the buzzer to tie, but just missed the mark.
Thank you to all of the teams and sponsors for a great season.