Wesconn took home its fifth straight Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation Resident League basketball championship, taking down Triple J Construction in a thrilling final. The lead changed sides six times, and the two teams combined for 17 three-pointers in a fast-paced, physical game. Some clutch second-half shooting by Dan Hickman and Doug Roina put Wesconn up for good, beating Triple J, 74-68.
Triple J came out with guns blazing, hitting three three-pointers in a row to take a sizable lead. Wesconn called a timeout to break Triple J's momentum, and the game started to turn around. Dave Reggina's physical play below the basket helped Wesconn cut Triple J's lead to two points at the half.
Reggina led Wesconn with a game-high 20 points. Hickman was four-for-six from three-point range, finishing with 15 points. Wesmore Maitland added 11 points and was Wesconn's defensive star, coming up with four huge blocks. Roina also finished with 11 points. Bobby Caldwell was also a defensive force, leading the team in rebounds.
James Truitt and Kayo Caldwell coach Wesconn, which finishes its championship season at 11-1.
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