Playground Legends 72
War Eagles 70
The 1-2 Playground Legends hit a last second jump shot to climb to a .500 record in Thursday night’s 6:00 game after being on the wrong side of a buzzer beater last week against One Body B. While Chris Winchester was the one to rifle in the last second shot, it is the addition of Terrance “TJ” Jones that may be the final piece of the puzzle for the Playground Legends who’s playoffs hopes appeared to be in jeopardy after their point guard, Alex Sanchez, went down with a broken fibula in last Thursdays heartbreaking loss to One Body B. Just like last night’s score with 1-second remaining on the clock, the War Eagles and Playground Legends are tied in the standings at 2-2.
One Body A 55
One Body B 32
One Body B did not perform to the level we are accustomed to seeing as they scored only 32 points on 13 for 52 shooting. One Body A’s defense is good, but the talent on these two teams appears to be much closer than the final score indicated. Hopefully we will see better from One Body B in the future, but for now it is clear that One Body A is willing to grind out every second of each game they play, playoffs or not.
Money Train 82
Christ Church of Orlando 40
Money Train has extended their winning streak to four as their undefeated season continues in the spring 2013 season here at FBCO. Money Train’s streak doesn’t appear to be in danger of ending anytime soon either as they were lead again by Tim Green with 25 points and benefited from a stellar performance from Joel Hemphill who looked like Blue&White-Dwight after putting up 22 points, 17 rebounds, and rejecting 4 shots! Unfortunately Scott Nickerson’s 20 points and 11 rebound contribution was not enough for Christ Church of Orlando to pull out the victory and end the streak against Thursday night’s only undefeated team.
Inside Out 82
Wiley Coyotes 46
After a few rough weeks it appears that the Wiley Coyotes are beginning to figure things out as they kept it close throughout the first half against the defending champs Inside Out. The result was still a loss but with improvement on both sides of the court, more distinguished roles on the team, and the addition of a solid scoring point guard the future for the Coyotes appears to be much brighter than the first half of the season. Inside Out has now won 3 straight and are setting the tone for what an elite playoff contender does week in week out, win.