EABL Week 14 Round Up

Seedings are set after the final game day of the regular season in Week 14, with an 8-game schedule.

Read on to find out what happened:

East Conference

In the East, Barking Abbey’s (13-1) undefeated record went down in the last week of the season, as Itchen (8-5) pulled off an 84-80 win in overtime on the road.  A potential game winning attempt for BA at the end of regulation fell short, as the visiting side dominated the extra period behind the play of Matt Hughes, who had 31 points on 12 of 15 shooting to lead Itchen, whilst Aaron Berida had 17.

It was a double-header week for Itchen, as they also defeated City of London Academy (8-5) 64-67 to claim the third seed in the East. Aaron Berida had 25 points on 10 of 14 shooting, whilst Matt Hughes had 20 and 14 rebounds. Louis Norton-Cuffy had 16 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 steals for CoLA.

CoLA also had a double-header week, defeating John Madejski Academy (7-7) 72-63 as Patrick Lanipekun had 21 points and 7 rebounds.

Copleston Sixth Form (3-10) finished their EABL season on a high note with a 88-59 road win over BHASVIC (0-14), behind 44 points and 19 rebounds from Jonny Hall that saw him wrap up the EABL scoring title. Enoch Quarcoo had 20 points and 13 rebounds in the loss.

The final game of the week saw Oaklands (6-8) get a 100-87 win over BHASVIC, despite 31 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists from Enoch Quarcoo. Wes Moore had 21 to lead Oaklands, whilst Jordan George had 20 and 10 rebounds.

Check out the full East Conference standings here.

West Conference

In the West, Myerscough College (11-1) sealed the West Conference title and number one seed heading into the playoffs with a 76-96 win over Charnwood College (9-2) in the final game of the regular season.

Backcourt duo Konrad Kantorski (32 points) and Mate Okros (29 points) exploded to combine for 61 points, as Myerscough won every quarter using their three-point accuracy to seal the victory.

BMET James Watt College (5-7) finished their season on a high with a 61-42 win over Derby College/Noel Baker School (6-6), limiting Leighton Elliott-Sewell to 1-10 shooting, as Daniel Penkov had 20 points.

Finally, Derby picked up an 81-62 win over SGS College (4-8) as they finished with the third seed. Leighton Elliott-Sewell had a monster 22 point, 23 rebound and 5 assist outing, whilst AJ Edu had 16 points, 14 rebounds and 7 blocks in defeat.

Check out the full West Conference standings here.

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