Pool Results from Milwaukee and Cincy

In Cincinnati, 43 Hoops-Harris split their 2 pool games before losing in the 1st round to the Baltimore Assault in an 7 AM game (OK 8 AM eastern time). Quick tourney for them. Chris Carr's 16U club won their pool and then took out a very good Illinois Warriors team tonight to advance to the quarterfinals. Next up is a early morning matchup with KC Pump N Run. Ross Travis vs Christian Kirk is a nice matchup in that one. The 43 Hoops Grant 16s went out in the 1st round of the playoffs after winning 1 pool game (win by forfeit in another). 43 Hoops Daniels is very depleted right now and they went 0-3. 43 Hoops Gameli went 0-2 in pool play with a late night Gold Bracket game not yet posted.

In Milwaukee, the 2nd Howard Pulley 15U group gets the MN Suns in the morning. HP Black on the same side for a possible semifinal matchup. In 16U, a Comets Elite win and a Team MN Elite win would match those 2 teams up in the quarterfinals. Howard Pulley Black lurks on the other side of the bracket and could get the Madison Spartans in the quarters. Marcus Alipate vs Nimrod Hillard in a battle of PGs there. And I have to mention the Bay City vs WI Playmakers game tomorrow afternoon. A nice matchup of Wisconsin teams there and 6'6-6'7 kids who can really play. Bay City is in the same pool in Chicago as the Mpls Stars (former TNL 16U club). HP White and MN Magic are on opposite sides of the Gold bracket.

In 17U, Net Gain could see Howard Pulley in a semifinal. Chanse Creekmur with a big tourney for Net Gain. Howard Pulley may have to get past Vander Blue and Quevyn Winters of the Milwaukee Spartans in the quarters though. The other side has a very familiar quarter with the winner of Team Nebraska and SYF Players taking on Comets-Hanson. All 3 of those teams were at the Sabes Invite. Comets-Seevers gets Playground Elite in the opener of bracket play on the top half of that side. Zach McCabe vs Jordan Dykstra is a battle of western Iowa stars that could happen in the quarters if Comets-Seevers doesn't get through.

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