With summer almost upon us, and high school sports shut down for the season, Sports Notebook will be featuring the games and competitions held at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center. These adult-played sports are all sponsored by the Agoura Hills Parks & Recreation Center. We call it our Summer Edition.
Sunday "C" League
- The "iBallers" entered week four looking to continue its winning streak and remain undefeated against the "Sharpshooters." The game was extremely close for the first ten minutes of the first half, until the "iBallers" pulled away with all around superior team play. Tyson Dexter (iBallers) and Zack Hite (iBallers) combined for 34 points, nine assists and 15 rebounds in route to a 64-47 victory. Chris Malden (Sharpshooters) led his team with eight assists and added 14 points in a losing effort. The "Sharpshooters" now fall to 1-3 in the regular season standings, while the "iBallers" remain undefeated with a record of 4-0.
- "Oldschool" looked for retribution against the "Kestrels" after having to forfeit its previous game. From the initial tipoff, "Oldschool" looked to be the better team. With the entire team present, "Oldschool" was able to post a dominating 78-50 victory. Daniel Jaramillo (Oldschool) and Ryan McCormick (Oldschool) combined for 39 points, 14 assists and 15 rebounds. Brian Reynolds (Kestrels) and Branden Bell (Kestrels) played extremely well for their team but came up short in the contest. "Oldschool" remains in third place with a 2-2 record while the "Kestrels" look to climb out of last place with an overall record of 1-3.
- The "McFly's" looked to capture its first win against a tough undefeated "CB" squad. "The McFly's" were able to notch its first victory, but it was due to forfeit. "CB" had to suffer its first loss due to an insufficient amount of players. With the loss, "CB" slides to second place with an overall record of 3-1 while the "McFly's" look to continue to move up the rankings with its 1-3 record.
Sunday "D" League
- The "Warriors" entered Sunday's game looking to improve its record to a perfect 4-0 against "The Eskimo Brothers." Very early in the game, the "Warriors" sought to build a large lead with it's fast pace offense. The "Warriors" proved to be too much early on in its 80-53 victory over "The Eskimo Brothers." Jason Townsley (Warriors) led the team with 11 assists and controlled the tempo throughout. Hank Kim (Warriors) and Jeff Chodorow (Warriors) combined for 40 points, 10 assists and 15 rebounds. Dylan Wolff (The Eskimo Brothers) posted 17 points, three assists and four rebounds in a losing effort on Sunday. "The Eskimo Brothers" now slide to 1-3 while the "Warriors" remain undefeated with a 4-0 record.
- "Rimshot" were matched against a tough "Ballers" squad late Sunday evening. The "Ballers" controlled the game from start to finish with overall superior play by the entire team. Brian Cantwell (Ballers) and Gordy Scott (Ballers) combined for 35 points, eight assists and 15 rebounds in route to a 62-48 victory. Sean Collins (Rimshot) came off the bench to post 16 points and eight assists in a losing effort. "Rimshot" still searches for its first victory while the "Ballers" remain undefeated with a 4-0 record.
- The "Longshots" entered Sunday's game looking to remain undefeated against "The Cocksmen." Due to an insufficient amount of players, "The Cocksmen" had to forfeit and relinquish the victory to the "Longshots." "The Cocksmen" remain tied for last place with an 0-4 record while the "Longshots" are tied for first with a record of 4-0.
- The "89er's" entered Sunday's game looking for its first win against a tough "Off Constantly" squad. The game was extremely close throughout with a total of six different lead changes. The "89er's" were able to notch its first win with numerous clutch free throws down the stretch. Matt Canny (89er's) and Derek Bacon (89er's) combined for 31 points, eight assists and 12 rebounds in route to a close 58-56 victory. Dan Rubenstein (Off Constantly) led his team with 21 points, five assists and 10 rebounds in a losing effort. "Off Constantly" now slides in the rankings to second place with a record of 2-2 while the "89er's" look to climb the standings with a 1-3 record.