AIM Insurance repeats as division champ


ANDREW HARDER of AIM Insurance Group attacks the hoop while being guarded by Tyler Hollis of Millhome Supper Club in the Plymouth Men’s Basketball League Upper Division finals March 7. – Photo by Greg Ceilley ANDREW HARDER of AIM Insurance Group attacks the hoop while being guarded by Tyler Hollis of Millhome Supper Club in the Plymouth Men’s Basketball League Upper Division finals March 7. – Photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – AIM Insurance Group won its second straight Upper Division title in the Plymouth Men’s Basketball

League playoffs with a 44-37 victory over Millhome Supper Club March 7.

AIM built a 28-20 halftime advantage, led by Travis Streblow with eight points and Shane Streblow, seven. Travis Streblow speare headed a balanced AIM offense with 12 points in the game, followed by Trevor Grube’s 11 and Shane Streblow’s nine. Grube hit a team-high three three pointers.

Millhome’s top scorer was Jamale Brown with 23, including 13 in the second half. Tyler Eddie contributed seven points.

Justin Wilterdink poured in 21 points to spark TM Carpentry/ All-Around Service to a 69-63 win over Plymouth Plumbing & Heating in the Lower Division title game March 7. TM Carpentry mounted a 27-20 halftime lead, ignited by Wilterdink’s 11 points, including three treys.


MIKE WESTERBEKE of TM Carpentry/All-Around Service drives to the basket against Shawn Marcum of Plymouth Plumbing & Heating in the Plymouth Men’s Basketball League Lower Division finals March 7. – Photo by Greg Ceilley MIKE WESTERBEKE of TM Carpentry/All-Around Service drives to the basket against Shawn Marcum of Plymouth Plumbing & Heating in the Plymouth Men’s Basketball League Lower Division finals March 7. – Photo by Greg Ceilley Wilterdink buried six three-pointers. Brad Prinsen chipped in with 15 points for TM Carpentry, including 11 in the second half.

TM Carpentry had five players with eight or more points. Mike Westerbeke and Brian Simmelink hit nine points each and Dawson Wilterdink scored eight.

Rory Nelson tallied 20 points to key Plymouth Plumbing’s attack. Brad Feick scored 10.

The playoffs were held in the Riverview Middle School’s James Urness Gym.


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