WARREN — After five weeks of balling, area adult court athletes will look to net postseason success in the conclusion of the Midcoast Athletics Center Men’s Summer Basketball League.

In the regular season, the Meatballs tasted more winning fun with an undefeated record and top ranking for the playoffs, which shoot in on Tuesday, July 27 at the facility off Rt. 1.

The league includes four teams who played games over five weeks.

The final regular-season standings include: Meatballs 5-0, Maritime Energy 3-2, ABI Masonry 2-3 and Hot Rods 0-5.

In Tuesday’s playoffs, the semifinal games will be at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., while the two survivors will meet for the championship at 8 p.m.

The league teams and players include:

Meatballs — Jack Lombardo, Cam Kingsbury, Cooper Wirkala, Trevor Reed, (first name unavailable) Abbott and Elliot Lucier.

Hot Rods — Jason Hughes, Korey Doolan, Kaleb Benjamin, Grady Doolan, Cedric Rogers, Alden Wadsworth and Gary Birkbeck.

Maritime Energy — Aaron Ecker, Sam Atwood, Nick Tinker, Jordan Matero, Everett Allyn and Nate Raye.

ABI Masonry — Hunter Grindle, Ryan Ripley, Kyle Donlin, Cam Martin, Sam Meklin, Gunner Cummings, Trevor Wilson, David Harrison, David Gould and Isaiah Stone-Patterson.

The scores and individual point totals from the fifth week of play were:

Meatballs 125, ABI Masonry 61 — Meatballs: Abbott, 42 points; Kingsbury, 35; Wirkala, 25; and Reed, 23.
ABI: Gould, 28; Cummings, 17; Ripley, 13; and Martin, three.

Hot Rods 72, Maritime Energy 80, Hot Rod 72 — Hot Rods: Hughes, 34 points; G. Doolan, 14; Benjamin, 12; Birkbeck, seven; and K. Doolan, five. Maritime: Tinker, 27; Allyn, 20; Rice, 12; Matero, 11; Raye, seven; and Atwood, three.

The scores from the fourth week of play were:

Maritime Energy 84, ABI Masonry 62; and Meatballs 109, Hot Rods 84.

The scores and individual point totals from the third week of play were:

Meatballs 82, Maritime Energy 58 — Meatballs: Kingsbury, 28 points; Reed, 25; Lucier, 23; and Lombardo, six. Maritime: Tinker, 19 points; Raye 12; Allyn, 10; Matero, nine; and Atwood, eight.

ABI Masonry 91, Hot Rods, 59 — ABI: Gould, 47 points; Cummings, 15; Wilson, 11; Martin, eight; Grindle, six; and Ripley, four. Hot Rods: Hughes, 16 points; Benjamin, 12; K. Doolen, nine; Birkbeck, six; Rogers, four; and Wadsworth and G. Doolen, three.

The scores and individual point totals from the second week of play were:

Maritime Energy 82, Hot Rods 55 — Maritime: Allyn, 29 points; Raye, 19; Atwood and Tinker, 11; and Ecker and Matero, six. Hot Rods: Hughes and Birkbeck, 13 points; Wadsworth, nine; G. Doolen, eight; Rogers, six; Benjamin, five; and K. Doolen, one.

Meatballs 76, ABI Masonry 74 (OT) — Meatballs: Wirkala, 31 points; Lombardo, 17; Reed, 16; Kingsbury, 10; and Lucier, two. ABI: Cummings, 21 points; Donlin, 17; Gould, 12; Stone-Patterson and Meklin, seven; Harrison, six; and Martin, four.

The scores and individual point totals from the first week of play were:

Meatballs 86, Hot Rods 60 — Meatballs: Lombardo, 24 points; Kingsbury, 19; Wirkala, 28; Lucier, 12; and Reed, three. Hot Rods: Hughes, 22 points; Birkbeck, 12; Benjamin and G. Doolan, eight; Rogers, six; and Wadsworth, four.

ABI Masonry 79, Maritime Energy 68 — ABI Masonry: Gould, 20 points; Stone-Patterson, 16; Harrison, 14; Meklin, nine; Cummings, eight; Donlin and Wilson, five; and Martin, two. Maritime Energy: Matero, 21 points; Tinker and Raye, 15; Atwood, nine; and Ecker, two.

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