Powered by Hometeamz.com Inc. Login

Follow VAIL


Local Weather


HomeTeamz.com Sports Website - Online League Websites, Team Websites, & Leauge Management Software

  Home Admin

Missed out on our VAIL Fall Basketball League? Don't worry, we'll be back with our Winter Basketball League in January. Stay tuned for registration details!

2018 Winter Basketball League Updated 2/15/2018

 Image result for silhouette pictures of basketball players 

2018 Winter Basketball League - Week 4 tips off Monday, Feb 19th

Week 4 Sportspage

Stay tuned and check with your team captains for the Valentine's Day makeup games

League play runs January 29th - April 10th

Team-by-Team Schedule          Week-by-Week Schedule

To join the waiting list, fill out and submit below:

Team Form       Free Agent Form

 Registration FAQs

2017 Fall Basketball League Updated 1/8/2018

 Image result for silhouette pictures of basketball players 

VAIL Fall Basketball League 2017

Four Champions were crowned on December 19th

D1 - Wallace Express overcame early deficit, then held on for third title, 77-68, over Team Mamba

Team Mamba jumped out to an 11-0 start, but it was all Wallace Express after that, as they prevailed,77-68, to claim their 3rd D1 title. Jon Hargett led Wallace Express with with 16 points, while Rodney Ragland chpped in 11. Wallace Express led by as many as 16 in the second half before Team Mamba trimmed it all the way to four in the closing minute. Pat Scoggin carried the Team Mamba offense, pouring in a game-high 30. Justin Weldon hit five three's for his 15 points, and Drew Faggert added 11 in the loss. 

Box Score

D2 - Holmes, 7 Or 7, proved too much down the stretch for Richmond Rack, earning a 65-56 victory

Torin Holmes poured in 24 points, and 7 Or 7 eventually pulled away in a good back-and-forth finals matchup to beat Richmond Rack, 65-56. Harvey Mills netted 13 in the victory for 7 Or 7, who claimed their first D2 title in 13 seaons (albeit a completely revamped roster). Pele Paelay kept Richmond Rack in it, leading all scorers with 28 - half of his team's output. 7 Or 7 was able to claim the title after coming up two points short in last season's final, while the loss for Richmond Rack halted a 7-game win streak.

Box Score

D3A - Another Won capped off perfect season by holding off Hustle Game, 53-45

Behind a 20-point night from Davis Khoury, Another Won held off Hustle Game, 53-45, to claim the D3A championship. Sam Keller added 10 for Another Won, who capped off a perfect 12-0 season and finished as the only undefeated team in any division this season. Darryl Johnston hit four three's en route to his team-high 16 for Hustle Game, as they tried to rally in the second half but came up short against Another Won - the team responsible for both of their losses this season. 

Box Score

D3B - The Rowdy Bunch led from start to finish to win title over Southside Saints, 53-30

The Rowdy Bunch led early and often, ultimately cruising to a 53-30 win over Southside Saints to earn the D3B title. The Rowdy Bunch were led by their go-to guy, Jeff Gill, as he scored 15 to lead the offense, while Jeremy Schuh pitched in nine. Karl Balling scored 12 to lead the Southside Saints, who had a nice run to reach the finals before falling short.

Box Score

D1 & D2 Championship Previews          D3A & D3B Championship Previews

 Final Brackets/Results:

Div 1         Div 2          Div 3A         Div 3B

2017 Basketball Leagues Updated 1/8/2018

VAIL Summer Basketball League 2017

Three Champions were crowned on July 10th

D1 - Bombers opened up lead in the 2nd half and held on to knock off top-seeded Wallace Express, 70-66, and claimed 4th D1 championship

Tramayne Baldwin hit five three's en route to his team-high 17 points, and he led four Bombers in double figures as they ended Wallace Express's perfect season, 70-66. The Bombers also got 16 from Jason Wansley, 13 from Torin Holmes and 10 from Chris Greene. They took a three-point lead into the half and quickly extended that lead to 14 in the 2nd half before Wallace Express put together a comeback effort. Willie Mangum led the charge with his game-high 25, while Kenny Mickens added 16 and Keishawn Whitfield chipped in 11, but they never got any closer than four the rest of the way.

Box Score

D2 - Parham's free throw with two seconds to play propeled C.O.R.C. to a thrilling 65-64 victory over 7 Or 7

Xavier Parham led all scorers with 18 points, and his last point was his most crucial - a tiebreaking free throw with two seconds remaining, as C.O.R.C. defeated 7 Or 7, 65-64. Rodney Barnes added 10 in the victory for C.O.R.C. who at different points of the season were 0-3 and 2-4 before their late-season surge. 7 Or 7's halfcourt attempt at the buzzer went just off the back iron. Justin Weldon scored 14 and Torin Holmes netted 13 in defeat.

Box Score

D3 - Country Boys survived a late VA Finest run, including two game-tying attempts as time expired, earning them the title, 55-53

Corey White and Jabrel Samuel combined for 29 points, and Country Boys got the last defensive stand they needed to claim the D3 championship, 55-53 over VA Finest. The Country Boys, who dropped their first game of the season, ripped off 11 straight wins en route to the title. It was Katrell Henry's game-high 20 points and Alan Courtney's 10 that kept the game tight for VA Finest, who fell just short in their effort to win their third championship.

Box Score

Final Brackets/Results:        Division 1        Division 2        Division 3

Season Box Scores:     Division 1     Division 2     Division 3