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Championship night at the CCL is set


Naz Long has been out of YMCA Capital City League action for weeks now due to a groin injury. On Friday night, he returned for the playoffs and because of that, Long’s Phoenix Renewable Resources team ousted Renaissance Granite by a 122-118. Long scored 31 points and dished out 11 assists Friday night. In addition to the quarter-final victory for his team, Long won the CCL’s first-ever 3-point competition too. 

Beside Long, Daniel Edozie scored 32 points with 12 rebounds. 

Georges Niang did not play for Renaissance Granite but Kourtlin Jackson did. He dropped 50 in a losing effort for his squad.

CLICK HERE to read the complete box score. 

Hogue/SDW combo moves on 

In game two of the quarter-final double-dip, Dustin Hogue led Coca-Cola to a 120-113 victory over Capital Orthopaedics. Hogue, who also won the league’s slam dunk contest, scored 33 points with 14 rebounds. Sherron Dorsey-Walker chipped in with 22 and 20 for Coke. 

Abdel Nader and Clayton Custer had 28 and 24 for Capital Ortho. 

CLICK HERE to read the complete box score. 


The league’s semi-finals and championship games will go down on Sunday night. The two semi’s will start at 4:30. The CCL championship game is scheduled to begin at 7:!5. 

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