Millennial Landscaping and Pearle Vision
Tyler Kim drafted a juggernaut from top to bottom. Wayland High School's Class of 2013 graduates (Kim, Colman Lydon, Doug Curtin, and Brett Thomas) have been infused with a youth movement (Sean Devlin and Kyle Mabe) to form a balanced, lethal team. Look out for Millennial Landscaping in late July/early August.
Aaron Bourget is not far behind. The outside shooting of younger brother Ben and versatility of Tucker Moody have given Pearle Vision a three headed monster.
Kitchen Interiors and Haffey Construction
The trio of Bonner brothers are business as usual. Sharpshooters James Jurist, Alec Foster, and Mike Jones provide some much needed backcourt aid to Haffey Construction.
Last year's MVP, Jonathan Eng has been nursing an ankle injury. In his absence, his brother Christian and George Mead have assumed much of the scoring duties. Look for Kitchen Interiors to make a late season push into the playoffs.
Work Left to Do
123 Calzones and Jump Suit Group
Dylan Mordas, 2016 OBL Champion, has some front court help from Gavyn and Hayden Davies and Joey Scott from outside. 123 Calzones has won 3 out of 4.
Jump Suit Group, captained by Brian Murtagh is battling night in and night out but has been on the wrong side of some tough defeats.
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