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NCS Hoops Bracket Challenge leaderboard — Day 2

By Jimmy Durkin
Wednesday, February 24th, 2010 at 10:37 pm in Uncategorized.

Here’s our leader board after our second night of action.

UPDATED: 2/25, 8:45 a.m.: Several people just got a point added because when I updated last night I was still missing the result from Bay School-University in girls Div. V.

North Coast Section basketball

Name Points
Kyle Bonagura 60
High School Sports Junkie 58
Jeff Silva-Brown 57
Prep Fan 57
Brian Ney 55
donfan 55
don rappold 54
E_CULB 54
Doug Arbios 53
Jimmy Durkin 51
Two Geeks 51
Marcus Reed 50
XMustard 50
Daniel 49
Stephanie Hammon 49
Bulldog215 47
Hoop Junkie 40
Ashawndaus Woods 27
Dez Camp 18
Tony 17
Ronnie 14
Mig 12
Donte Bonaparte 6
Michael Bower 5
Scott 5
Amadi Udenyi 4
JC 4
renegades10 4
Tony Gonsalez 4
Tyrenio 4

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  • E_CULB

    Moving on up!!! Made a few mistakes but I’m still in the game!!

  • donfan

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! I can feel the eternal glory part deux slipping through my fingers.

  • Prep Fan

    I’m still within striking distance of Kyle and Junkie, lying in wait. They are bound to slip up and miss a game here and there. It ain’t over ’till it’s over. DonFan, as long as Dublin beats Carondelet, you’ve got nothing to worry about.

  • donfan

    well based on everyone elses picks.. carondelet is reallly good…..oh well. fun while it last

  • Prep Fan

    Don’t feel bad DonFan. At least you and I already have eternal glory from the past 2 years. It is supposed to be eternal, isn’t it?

    It looks like a lot of people had Monte Vista to make it to the finals, so their 1st round early exit means a lot of lost points in future rounds. Me, E_Culb and Don Rappold are the only ones in the top 10 right now that didn’t have MV in the finals. Everybody took Salesian.

  • High School Sports Junkie

    Kyle this is going to remind you of an NCS Baseball championship where you jump out early and then the guy from Newark takes over and pulls out a win