Basketball: How sweet it is for Caramel!

By AYELET WARTELSKY
February 24, 2011 07:52
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Caramel/Waterproofing Experts clinched a playoff spot in its last regular season game, while the Trumanaires earned a valuable first-round bye in the Red & Dr. Murray’s Basketball League.

The playoffs begin this weekend, with Tier I playoff teams seeking the coveted Red Auerbach Championship Trophy.

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Caramel beat Derech Etz Chaim 47-41 to secure its spot for next week, when the squad will face Samuel Adelsberg & Co.

Meanwhile, Quitnesses’ 55-43 win over Hebrew University put them in the top bracket as well.

Two of the league’s top teams – Samuel Adelsberg & Co. and Trumanaires – were pitted against each other, both fighting for the number two seed and a valuable firstround playoff bye.

Fans were on the edge of their seats as the teams battled it out. In the end, the Trumanaires were able to pull off a onepoint overtime win.

Seftel made the Cookies crumble on Friday as they rolled over them in a 48-37 victory.



Seftel takes on Hamoshava 54 in round one of the playoffs, while the Cookies will now face the ever-tenacious Freed Oil Co.Lev Lions/David Project roared past the Entrecote Kings in a 67-52 victory, putting it at the top of the Tier II bracket.

Free Oil Co. came away with the win, beating Hamoshava 54 40-38 and edging its way to the number four seed in the league.

Meanwhile, MMJ defeated Lev Hatorah/David Project/Feldheim Books 45- 33, securing a game vs Avery-Nart in the first round of the playoffs in the process.

Even with the loss, Quitnesses’ win coupled with the Kings’ loss allowed Lev Hatorah into the playoffs as the 14th seed.

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