Published: September 17, 2012
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ST. THOMAS - Zero Tolerance Basketball Organization Inc. held an awards ceremony for its summer league champions and the winning team for the 11th annual 19 and under Labor Day Weekend Tournament on Saturday at Charlotte Amalie High School.
The Rising Stars were the 9-12 age division champions and finished in first place in the regular season while Jah Youths were the runners-up. Collin Joseph Jr. of the Rising Stars was the MVP and Himoi Andrew of Shakers won the sportsmanship award.
The Jah Youths were the 13-15 age division champions while the All Coast Ballers finished in first place in the regular season and were the runners-up. Akiyo Neille of the All Coast Ballers was the MVP and Jevon Philpott of Jah Youths won the sportsmanship award.
Ain't Gonna See Us Fall was the 16-18 age division champions and they also won the regular season while Justice was the runner-up. Jah-Gamba Felix of AGSUF was the MVP and J'Moi Smith of AGSUF won the sportsmanship award.
Win It All defeated the All Coast Ballers in the 19 and under Labor Day Weekend Tournament championship on Sept. 1 at CAHS. Win It All's Elisha Arnold was named MVP of the championship while Kwame McBean of the Jah Youths won the sportsmanship award.
Sponsors included Red Hook Agencies, Financial Trust Company Inc., the USVI Government, St. Thomas Association Referees and Hibiscus Graphics.
For more information about the Zero Tolerance Basketball, call Mark at 626-4515, Shamal at 998-3310 or Boyzie at 626-4420.