2015 Heroes Basketball Championship Games Schedule - For Wednesday July 1
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The Championships For the Heroes Youth Basketball League is set for this coming Wednesday evening, July 1 2015, at Msgr. McClancy Memorial High School Gym in East Elmhurst Queens. Games start at 5:45 with a 17 & under division match-up which features the Galasso Trucking team facing Tune Squad. This game is already creating a great deal of buzz, as Tune Squad rolled over the league for most of the season. The 5:45 17 & under division game will kick off the championship schedule. The games are open to the public and admission is free.

The second game is scheduled to begin at 6:45 as the 12 & under division finals game will kick off. 'In the Zone,' who upset Hoop Dreams will face off against the Phil Favata coached squad 'Guess Who' who blew by Queens Elite in a thriller. Favata is coaching in his fifth Heroes Championship game over the past twenty years.

The 7:45 game is the 10 & under game featuring Immaculate Heart of Mary from Brooklyn against Pro Met from Middle Village.

The final game of the championship schedule Wednesday is the 14 & under at 9PM. It features BCAC against Kingsbay.

We've got a couple of Brooklyn teams in the finals this year and with 44 teams in the league this is certainly one of the best seasons in league history. The league began in 1988 as the Reiff Park Sports League. Following the tragic events of 911, after two of our coaches perished at Ground Zero, we changed the name of the League to Heroes to honor all those who died that day.

5:45 - 17 & under

6:45 - 12 & under

7:45 - 10 & under

9PM - 14 & under

Since the games are indoors knee coverings are not mandatory.

Please arrive 15 minutes before start time.

Players on both teams in finals will be awarded medals after the games.

League Sponsored by:

Queens Ledger / Brooklyn Star Newspaper Group

Arby's of Middle Village

Msgr. McClancy Memorial High School

Martin Luther School

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