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Nevada County Adult Sports Association crowns hoops champs

From left: Travis Edwards, K2 Nelson, Joey Bratton, Guy Greever, Kevin Nelson and Josh Pack. The Fit Culture Studio basketball team won the A-League NCASA fall championship.
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The Nevada County Adult Basketball Association wrapped its fall men’s basketball season this week with Fit Culture Studio winning the A-League final, Northridge Penn Valley taking the B1-League final, and Tofanelli’s won the B2-League title.

In the A-League final, Fit Culture Studio (10-0) beat Papa Lee (8-2), 73-58.

Fit Culture Studio had five players in double figures and another score nine as they presented too many problems for Papa Lee.



Kevin Nelson led Fit Culture Studio with 18 points, Travis Edwards added 14, Josh Pack scored 11, Joey Bratton netted 10, K2 Nelson also had 10, and Guy Greever chipped in nine.

Tyler Smith led Papa Lee with 40 points, and Lauren Juric added nine.




B1: Northridge P.V. 66, Old School 52

The ballers from Northridge Penn Valley concluded their season as champs, beating the No. 1 seed Old School by 14 points in the B1-League final.

Brad Wassberg led Northridge (9-1) with 22 points, Sam Madison netted 18, and Will Ward tallied 17 points in the win.

Brock Painter led Old School with 15 points.

B2: Tofanelli’s 64, Sierra Nevada Appraisal Group 56

Tofanelli’s toppled the Sierra Nevada Appraisal Group, beating it by eight in the B2 title game.

Toffanelli’s (9-1) got 20 points from Jason Varni to lead the way. Sierra Nevada (8-2) was led by James Layton.

NCASA winter leagues are still open for registration. For information contact Rich Ramirez 530-575-9142 or email him at ncasarich@gmail.com.


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