ASA-Wildcats had a great weekend at ZG’s Boston Breakout Challenge. They finished at 2-1 and weekend was highlighted with a 17 point come back win vs a very good MT Elite Ducks Team. Congrats girls keep up the good work.
This past week ASA-Wildcats / Waltham High School Senior Taylor Pinzone scored her 1000th point for the Hawks. Taylor has been part of the ASA family for 3 years now, it’s been a pleasure to watch her compete and the highest levels. Although many local colleges have recruited her for Basketball Taylor will accept a Lacrosse Scholarship at Northwestern University for the Fall of 2018. Taylor will look to lead the Waltham Hawks into the State Tournament and continue to add to her impressive point total.
Class of 2021
Zaria continues to be one of the hardest workers and most consistent players at practice and it pays off. This past tournament played excellent hitting some key jump shots and getting crucial rebounds. She often times is outsized, but not outworked.
ASA and the ASA-Wildcats had a great showing this past weekend in the MetroWest Roundball Classic. Many of our teams finished with winning records and when defeated still showed tangible growth as individuals and teammates. 8th grade ASA Select Dalzell and 9th grade ASA-Wildcats Wicks came away with Tournament Championships and brought home the hardware. Dalzell rolled through pool play going 3-0 before beating a tough Derry Spartans team 55-51. ASA-Wildcats 9th grade played their best ball of the season going 3-0 winning their pool. Congrats to all teams who competed and job well done.
ASA Hoops hosting’s it’s 4th annual May Mayhem at the Reggie Lewis Center did a great job of protecting its home turf. ASA 6th grade Blue, ASA 10th grade West, ASA 8th grade Select Dalzell, ASA 5th grade Excel and ASA-Wildcats 14U all won their divisions and Championship T-shirts. Two of the must see championship games took place late Sunday 8th grade Dalzell taking on 8th grade ASA West 8th grade. ASA West pushed 8th grade Select Dalzell to the limit getting to within 2 points in the closing minutes before falling 61-53. In other action ASA 4th grade Select gave ASA 5th grade Excel everything they had in the Championship game falling 43-36.