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Kenner League Week 3: Schedule

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Kenner League rolls on this weekend and if you're heading over to McDonough Gymnasium, below is the schedule of the festivities. Note that in true Kenner tradition, this schedule is likely to be completely wrong.

July 20, 2013- Saturday

1:00pm PREMIER ATHLETE VS TEAM OOHHS & AAHHS
2:15pm ON POINT VS BOBBY MAZE ALL STARS
3:30pm A.WASH ASSOCIATES VS THE CLYDE'S
4:45pm HIGHER LEVEL VS THE TOMBS
6:00pm DCX VS TEAM TAKEOVER

July 21, 2013- Sunday

1:00pm A.WASH ASSOCIATES VS SKILLS & SCRIMMAGES
2:15pm TEAM TAKEOVER VS SYMONDS ALL STARS
3:30pm THE CLYDE'S VS DCX
4:45pm HIGHER LEVEL VS PREMIER ATHLETERosters:

Georgetown players will be spread out among six teams in the 12-team league, which will feature two divisions, one called Air and the other Flight.

The team's two most experienced players, rising senior Markel Starks (Washington, D.C./Georgetown Prep) and rising senior forward Nate Lubick (Southborough, Mass./St. Mark's) will play for DCX.

Rising senior John Caprio (North Caldwell, N.J./Seton Hall Prep) will lead Symonds All-Stars, while Aaron Bowen (Jacksonville, Fla./QEA [N.C.]) and rising sophomore David Allen (Dallas, Texas/) will play for A. Wash Associates.

Juniors Mikael Hopkins (Hyattsville, Md./DeMatha) and Jabril Trawick (Philadelphia, Pa./Abington Friends) will play for Team Takeover, while Moses Ayegba (Kano, Nigeria/Progressive Christian [Md.]) will play for OnPoint.

Sophomores Stephen Domingo (San Francisco, Calif./St. Ignatius) and Bradley Hayes(Jacksonville, Fla./Sandalwood) will play for Clyde's. That squad will also feature former Georgetown standout Jonathan Wallace (C'08) for most of the season, though Wallace will not be playing this weekend.

The roster for The Tombs will include sophomore guard D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera (Mouth of Wilson, Va./Oak Hill Academy) along with transfer Josh Smith (Kent, Wash./Kentwood/UCLA) and incoming freshman Reggie Cameron (Paterson, N.J./Hudson Catholic).

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