2004-09-03 / Sports

Summer Hoops Program Scores Two Points

The 2004 Sorrentino Recreation Center Summer Hoops For Kids was a great success. The clinic started on July 3, 2004 and ended August 19, 2004. It concentrated on learning the fundamentals of basketball because fundamentals are lifelines of any sport and it proved to be a giant step in the growth of our youth in the sport of basketball.

The players selected from the program represented the Sorrentino Center in the Light of The Court All Star Game played at Roy Wilkins Recreation Center

The following is a list of coaches, players and the results:

Sorrentino Recreation Center all stars in the 7-9 year old division and the champions are: Bruce Scott, Davian Ellis, Marcell Haynes, Kivon Kimble, Marcus Bostic, Kyle Chapman, Isiah McFadden, Jawaun Gillespie, Alshameek McCoy, Alzaiah McCoy, Craig Caverx, Donnell Gibson, Damion Brooks

Sorrentino Recreation Center 10-12 year old division and runner-ups to Roy Wilkins are: Jared Adkins, Obafemi Alese, Tiare Crawford, Andrae St. Vistal, Sharif Ellis, Jermain Sanders, Radamez Gonzalez, Malik Cummings, Christopher Bryce, and Zoe Bennett.

The Sorrentino Recreation Center 13-15 year olds finished as the runnerup this year. The players are: Michael Douglas, Peyton Mullins, Davion Harvey, Darnell Campbell, Alexis Milain, Earnest Thomas, Ronald Stroble, Terrance Baker, Philip Collins, John Newsome and Shakil Jordan.

There was also additional participants in the 2004 Sorrentino Recreation Center Summer Hoops Program For Kids: Khare Whyte, Jason Hodgeson, Peter Vazquez, Ramel Gittens, Luis Celdano, Anton Session, Kahem Harperx, Damel Phelps, John Alvarez, Bradley Charles, Khalis Morris, Dashawn Flake.

Organizers: Bernard Robinson, Sorrentino Center Manager. Stan Brown, Sports Director. John Middleton, Coach. Angela Elie, Deputy Center Manager.

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