Clippers win Kahle 7th-8th Grade title, Steamers captures 30 and Over crown |

Clippers win Kahle 7th-8th Grade title, Steamers captures 30 and Over crown

The Clippers won the Kahle 7th-8th Grade Division championship by beating the Warriors 53-30 on April 1. Back row (left to right): Levi Shambaugh, Max Dosada, Kevin Lehmann, coach Lehmann. Front row (left to right): Cameron Lehmann, Cameron Johnson, Nathan Carney, Dalton Drum. Not pictured: Austin Siebenthaler.
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Kahle Basketball Leagues results


April 1 scores


Clippers 53, Warriors 30

High scorers: Kevin Lehmann (C) 25, Frankie Aguilina (W) 10


Clippers 36, Thunder 26

Kevin Lehmann (C) 16, Isaiah Womack (T) 12

Warriors 35, Cavaliers 32

Logan Chapman (W) 13, Alex Kasper (C) 14

Final Standings: Clippers 11-1, Cavaliers 7-6, Grizzlies 4-6-1, Spurs 4-6-1, Thunder 4-8, Warriors 4-9


March 30 scores


Steamers 65, KD Builders 56

Josh David (S) 24, Jason Drew (K) 19


Steamers 73, Awesome TOSM 57

Brian Hannink (S) 27, Jeff Rowe (A) 27

KD Builders def. Harrah’s Lake Show

Final Standings: Steamers 10-2, KD Builders 7-5, Harrah’s Lake Show 7-4, Awesome TOSM 6-6, Zephyr Cove Resort 4-7, Brick Layers 3-8, Sports Ltd. 3-8


March 31 scores

KD Builders 61, Greater Sierra Insurance 52

JD Eichuberger (K) 22, Santos Benitez (GSI) 26

Blue Ballers 61, Steamers 60

Vina Capellino (B) 23, Josh David (S) 14

BCBC 51, Good D 26

Matt McCune (B) 12, Caleb Fry (GD) 6

Standings: KD Builders 3-0, Blue Ballers 3-0, Greater Sierra Insurance 1-2, Steamers 1-2, BCBC 1-2, Good D 0-3


April 2 scores

Shrimpn’ 37, Snowbike Mike 33

Tyler Hogbin (Sh) 14, Zach Talbot (SM) 12

Brick Layers 74, Motley Crew 37

Steven Kolles (B) 17, AJ Becker (M) 18

Zephyr Cove Resort 81, Champion Floors To Go 44

Standings: Zephyr Cove Resort 3-0, Brick Layers 3-0, Champion Floors To Go 2-1, Shrimpn’ 1-2, Motley Crew 0-3, Snowbike Mike 0-3

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