Recap from All-In Athletics Fall League

Posted On: 10/26/18 7:00 PM

ALL IN High School Fall League – Recap Weeks 5 & 6

The culmination of weeks 5 & 6 set the stage for the playoffs, which span the last two Sundays of October. The Rockets (Frosh/Soph division) and the Bulls (Varsity Division) finished unscathed over the first six weeks of play. However, the Lakers William Horak led the Frosh/Soph division in scoring at 24.2 ppg while 2019 Maine South guard Essam Hamwi led the Varsity division with 20.5 ppg.




Timberwolves 54        Pistons 53

A 5-point advantage at halftime was enough for the Timberwolves to hold on. Solomon Hudson led the winners with 19 points and 6 rebounds. Ryan Jackson of the Pistons led all scorers with 23 points.


Celtics 61         Trailblazers 51

A hot start by the Celtics allowed them to lead by 16 at halftime while holding their opponent to 19 points and cruise to victory. The Trailblazers Wesley Woods led all players with 22 points and 8 rebounds. Justin Lszynski topped the Celtics with 17 points and 7 rebounds.


Heat 78           Knicks 31

The Knicks slow start ended this one early. Yoshua Jones topped all players at 24 points & 9 rebounds.


Bulls 61           Heat 56

Maine South hung on to another nail biter against Sullivan. 2019 guard Joshua Scott of Sullivan led all scorers with 27 points while teammate Yoshua Jones poured in 16. 2019 guard Essam Hamwi once again led Maine South with 23 points.




Mavericks 48  Nuggets 47

Sudden death overtime decided this one as the Mavericks were led by Nehemiah Ray’s 15 points and Jaylen Montgomery’s 13 points. The Nuggets Joe Rodriguez dominated all with 17 points & 19 rebounds.


Clippers 64      Spurs 43

Frank Taylor of the Clippers led all players with 19 points and 7 rebounds. 2023 6’5” Jackson Kotecki had 11 ponts and 7 rebounds for the Spurs.


Grizzlies 40      Wizards 30

Carson Cloud went 3-4 from the three-point line, leading all players with 20 points and 11 rebounds.


Rockets 75       Lakers 51

The Rockets exploded for 43 second half points after leading at half by only 6 while the Lakers William Horak led all scorers with 27 points. Four players hit double digits for the Rockets  balanced attack headed by McKale Taylor’s 18 points and Oxavionne Bryant’s double double of 16 points & 11 rebounds.



Warriors 82     Timberwolves 72

Despite three players scoring over 20 points for the Timberwolves – Christian McLaughlin (23), 2019 Uplift wing Patrick Memong (20), and Jackson Goldman (20) – The Warriors had three of their own hit big, led by Jaylen Montgomery’s 23. Lucas Castle followed up with 22 and Christian Armstrong had 17.


Hawks 50         Celtics 48

The Hawks overcame a 5-point deficit at half in a come from behind win as eight different players scored with Benny Albom leading the team with 10. Matt Rosenberger of the Celtics led all players with 14.


Bulls 70           Hawks 45

In its win, Maine South had four players in double digits, led by Kavin Wattanyuth’s 13 points. Benny Albom led all scoers with 18 points for the Hawks.


Trailblazers 56            Knicks 51

Jackson Covalle led all scorers with 18 points to lead the Trailblazers over the Knicks. Teammate Kieran Thompson had 15 points and 9 rebounds.


Pistons 66        76ers 44

Thirty-eight points in the first half paced the Pistons to a win as Jovani Delao registered 18 points and 6 rebounds. Joe Margolis of the 76ers led his team with 15 points.




Rockets 46       Grizzlies 42

A 29-18 advantage at half for the Rockets proved to be the deciding factor as eight different players scored and Marquel Saleek was tops with 15 points.


Clippers 44      Nuggets 43

The Nuggets lost another sudden death overtime game despite Joe Rodriquez’s 27 points & 17 rebounds. Luke Klos led the Clippers with 21 points and 8 rebounds.


Mavericks 59     Pistons 51

Nehemia Ray scored 31 points for the Mavs while going 8-11 from the line. 2023 wing Richard Barron led the Spurs with 15 points


Lakers 76         Wizards 72

The Lakers outscored the Wizards by five in the second half despite the Lakers Wlliam Horak scoring a day-high 33 points while notching a double-double with 11 rebounds. 2023 wing Richard Barron had 23 points for the Wizards.