The Kenner League had a characteristic opening day with last minute schedule changes in full force. Please note that they have cancelled all games today on the 4th of July and have revised the schedule. The Tombs had a surprisingly easy time routing DCX in the second half behind Austin Freeman, and Hoya Frosh Markel Starks, and Moses Abraham. The out of town freshmen Nate Lubick and Aaron Bowen have not arrived yet. Former Kentucky freshman, and lottery pick DeMarcus Cousins provided additional inside strength to the Tombs. Mr. Cousins also played in the third game of the day with other Hoya standouts Julian Vaughn and Vee Sanford. Other Kenner League regulars Byron Mouton played in the first game, as well as "Coach Rodney" who coached in the third game with his signature passion.
So if you need your fix of basketball before Midnight Madness comes in 100+ days, please make your way to McDonough to see some summer league basketball. I know Chris Wright is anxious to get out on the court and have the referees throw out that opening jump ball: "Let's Play Ball." For the new updated schedule please go to: http://www.facebook.com/notes/hoya-hoop-club/updated-2010-kenner-summer-league-basketball-schedule/400041456121
***Please remember that the schedules change all the time! Have a great 4th of July 2010!
We are Georgetown!
Dr. Thomas A. Wong
Hoya Hoop Club Vice-President and Director of Communications
Proud Member of Generation Ewing