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April 20, 2014
There were 26 teams entered in this old school AAU event held at the Fellowship House in Conshohocken PA. The event is unique in that it is single elimination and game are played weeknights one at a time.
In first round games: 6-foot-1 Life Center Jr. Traci Carter scored 23 points as We R 1 outscored Positive Image 102-74. The Keystone Blazers Black beat Pizza Time 86-75 with 6-foot-8 Life Center Sr. Malik Hines scoting 15. Bucks County doubled up Hunting Park 2 102-49 as 6-foot-5 Ewing Jr. Trey Lowe went for 24 and 6-foot-8 Lafayette bound Eastern Sr. Matt Klinewski scored 18.
In the Sweet 16: Bucks topped Waterview Triple Threat 106-73. Lowe scored 15. The Roadrunners handled Runnin rebels 96-72. I3 lost to the Old School Cavs 87-73 despite 22 from 6-foot-5 Syracuse bound Trenton Catholic Jr. Malachi Richardson.
In the quarters: The Bucks County All Stars thwarted the Roadrunners 81-64 as Lowe hit for 25. 6-foot-8 Seton Hall bound Patrick School Sr. Angel Delgado dropped in 20 for the Roadrunners. 6-foot-4 Princeton bound East Brunswick Sr. Amir Bell tallied 18 as the Old School Cavs ousted LVBR 81-71.
In the semis: Lowe went for 39 and 5 treys as Bucks County outscored Team Philly 102-88. Klinewski added 16 points and 17 rebounds. The Old School Cavs edged the Keystone Blazers 95-91 in overtime. Bell rang for 21 points and 9 rebounds.
In the championship: Bell went for 26 as the Old School Cavs took the crown 102-88 over Bucks County. He was 4-6 from deep and 8-9 from the ft line. Klinewski hit for 21 and Lowe 17 with 12 rebounds for Bucks County. Klinewski was 11-14 from the line.
Co-MVP: Trey Lowe
Sportsmanship Award: Matt Klinewski
The All Tournament Team included:
Trey Lowe - Bucks County - Ewing
Matt Klinewski - Bucks County - Eastern
Amir Bell - Old School Cavs - East Brunswick
Akbar Hoffman - Roadrunners - Newark East Side
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