Week in Review: 12.23.2017

Each week, we search through our 360 media coverage to highlight the week that was in Ultimate Hoops Leagues.

Player Spotlight

 Marco Clark (second from the right) celebrates with his teammates after winning the Colorado Springs open championship. 

Marco Clark (second from the right) celebrates with his teammates after winning the Colorado Springs open championship. 

With the end of our Fall seasons coming up, we're choosing to highlight some of the players that have won the most championships in Ultimate Hoops. Ryan Jansen has the most championships with 19, but he did not win the Minnesota rec championship in the Fall season. The player with the most current championships that also won a Fall championship is Marco Clark out of Colorado Springs. Clark won his 12th championship on Thursday when The Other Guys defeated Run It 87-71. In the win, Clark had 26 points on 11-14 shooting from the field, adding 8 rebounds and 3 steals. Congratulations Marco and the rest of The Other Guys!


Milestones

 Hale (camo shorts), Comine (yellow shorts) and Skinkis (blue shorts) pose for a championship photo. 

Hale (camo shorts), Comine (yellow shorts) and Skinkis (blue shorts) pose for a championship photo. 

We have 39 players that have won 10 or more championships, and four players joined that club this week. 

L.C. Comine, Hollis Hale and Chase Skinkis, all teammates on the Villains, won the Summerlin open championship on Monday with a 107-88 win over Livin' the Dream. These three are the first three players out of Las Vegas who have reached the double digits in amount of championships won. In the win, this trio combined to score 54 of the Villains' 107 points. 

 Brown holds the Shelby open championship trophy with his YLie teammates. 

Brown holds the Shelby open championship trophy with his YLie teammates. 

In Shelby this week, long-time UH player Johnnie Brown won his 10th career championship. Brown's YLie defeated All or Nothing 63-58 in the open championship on Wednesday. Brown averaged 15.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists over the course of the championship-winning season. 

 


Top Performer of the Week

Points: Josh Isso - 42 (West Bloomfield, Open) 

Rebounds: Kodiak Yazzie - 23 (Green Valley, Vet)

Assists: Two tied with 14 - Anthony Livingston (Green Valley, Vet), Kyle Flancbaum (West Bloomfield, Open)

Steals: Vernon Clemons - 7 (Green Valley, Open) 

Blocks: Reggie Jackson - 5 (Green Valley, Open)

 A look at Kodiak Yazzie's stat line, one of four top performers coming out of Green Valley this week. 

A look at Kodiak Yazzie's stat line, one of four top performers coming out of Green Valley this week. 


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