The Atascadero Middle School basketball team won the league championship this year. After missing out on last years playoffs, they came back strong with a new lineup and an undefeated season!
The “Roosevelt High School Basketball Team” is a team that has gone undefeated in their season. They have won 32 games and lost 0.
The Saints finished the season with an 18-0 record.
ATASCADERO — The Saints, a middle school basketball team from Atascadero, finished the season with an 18-0 record. Sweeping wins every game in their league, as well as the two tournaments they played in. The Bill Harvey Memorial (Laguna) Tournament ended their unbeaten season on Saturday, Dec. 18. The tournament took place over three days, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
“We were unbeaten going into the Laguna [Bill Harvey Memorial] Competition, the end-of-season tournament, and everyone said Laguna was the team to beat.” “Everyone predicted Laguna vs. Atascadero, and that’s exactly what happened,” stated Head Coach Brad Ernst. “I really wanted the lads to end the season well because it would have been terrible to see them lose the very final game after such a fantastic season.” They succeeded [won]! I was so proud of them for doing this. It’s the ideal season. It’s not an easy task.”
The Bill Harvey Memorial (Laguna) Tournament ended with a final score of 48 to 37. Giving the Saints a perfect record.
We’re going to get through this together, Atascadero
“It was an incredible year.” I was ecstatic about the guys. “The effort they put in,” Ernst noted.
The Saints competed in two events during the season, including The Flamson Tournament earlier in the year.
“We probably played four games, and then we played four games in two days at the Flamson Tournament.” We snatched up all four of them. Ernst said, “We received a prize for that one.”
Templeton Middle School, Lewis Middle School, Flamson Middle School, and Los Osos Middle School were among the teams that competed in league games. Each and every game must be won.
“We got off to a strong start, and there was one tense game versus Templeton that might have gone any way.” “The lads basically flipped a switch after the Templeton game,” Coach Ernst added. “We had a fantastic defense.”
There are 14 lads on the squad. They were unbeaten at the conclusion of the season under the direction of Ernst and his assistant coach, Sid Rodriguez. Kason Betchard (#21), Braden Cady (#1), Logan Clevenger (#9), Isaac Dia (#8), Steven Ernst (#24), Jeremy Hendricks (#29), Damien Marano (#7), Dylan Martini (#35), Logan Missler (#5), Isaiah Rodriguez (#2), Skyler Tucker (#25), Lucas Vance (#32), Evan Warner (#3), and Weston Witt (#42) are the players in question.
“Of course, our aim is for them [the squad] to be ready to play high school basketball. We took on 14 youngsters, knowing that some of them would have little playing time, but we saw immense promise in them. So, over the following four years, we wanted to train them and get them ready to play basketball at the high school level. That is our strategy. I’m guessing that all of them will participate. “I certainly hope so; I certainly hope all of them will continue to play,” Ernst added.
The Saints deserve to be congratulated on their undefeated season!
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Roosevelt High School’s boys basketball team went undefeated in the regular season and won their first game of the playoffs. Reference: roosevelt boys basketball.
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