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Quakes 2017 Spring Wins

The 17u won their second Championship in a row.  This time in Ventura after winning it two weeks ago in Moorpark.  Girls are playing great and finished the season winning six games in a row.  So proud of the girls and their improvement.

We were unable to get a photo, but the girls on the team are Melanie Masson, Kailani Johansson, Kendall Chock-Wong, Angela Biezins, Lynsay Garrett, Mekela Maa, Grace James, Rhyse Scholle, Olivia Zoltak.


The Blue Team won their first Championship to end our Spring Season this weekend in Ventura.  It was a great season that saw tons of growth from these boys.  I couldn't be more proud of the way they finished off Spring.

Pictured above from left to right, Grant Brooks, Coach Neil Foreman, Troy Vogel, Jack Adams, Zayd Salman, Omar Barakat, and Nick Parrott.  Also playing with the Blue Team this weekend but wasn't available for the Championship Game was Carter Dabbs.


The White Team is officially our youngest team at the Quakes, but they are already acting like experince Quakes players.  They have really developed their skill set this Spring Season and picked up their defensive intensity.  This led to their first Championship to end the Spring.  Way to go girls!

Pictured above from left to right, Payton Stern, Amanda Wang, Camryn Greenberg, Deven Feiereisen, Amber Gilman, Ellie Dabbs, and Bella Rico.  Also on the team but unavailable this weekend is Cassie Valdez and Emila Hurwitz.


The 17u Team won their Championship of this Spring Season and it couldn't have been any more exciting.  After starting the Championship Game down 16-4, the girls fought back and hit a game winning shot at the buzzer in double overtime!!!  Was quite an incredible game.  Great weekend and the girls keep improving.

Pictured above from left to right is Coach Neil Foreman, Melanie Masson, Kailani Johansson, Kendall Chock-Wong, Angela Biezins, Lynsay Garrett, Mekela Maa, Grace James, Rhyse Scholle, Olivia Zoltak.


The Quakes filled in last minute at VC Heat's UCSB Tourney by the Sea.  We brought a combo of our players and had a dad coach the team as it was an off weekend for us.  Players were more than prepared though and played great, winning their division.  Glad we filled in and played great.

Pictured above is Dave Peteque, Jonathan Saiki, Joel Aguilar, Jacob Korotzer, Matt Peteque, George Alex, Nate Erp, and Josh Lee.


Conejo Quakes Black Team played this weekend at the Conejo Quakes Spring Showdown and they were great.  The team was split into two and the teams were a combined 5-1, winning their division.  We couldn't be happier for the quick progress of the new team.

Pictured above, left to right, is Dallas Pearson, Olivia Dods, Kenedi Bikovsky, Natalie Villalobos, Ashley Chow, Mina Jung, Megan Levin, Mia Kremhelmer, Michelle Gilman, Andrea Romanus, Shadeh Jaberi, Coach Neil Foreman.

Also on the team and playing this weekend, but not pictured, is Riley Hearon.


Conejo Quakes Green Team won the High School Silver Division this weekend, going an impressive 4-0.  They played their best basketball of the Spring Season.  Looking forward to the next several weeks to see how the Spring Season finihses for this group.

Pictured above, from left to right, is Zach Samprone, Marcus Ferlini, Isaiah Huma, Logan Geivet, Tony Rayas, Matthew Johnson, Jacob Korotzer, and Ethan Pacheo.  On the team but unable to play this weekend is Scott Davidson.


Conejo Quakes played this weekend at the VC Heat March Madness.  This was a last second fill in team.  The team that played was a combination of players from our Red, Yellow, and Green teams plus one non Quake player.  The kids played well and won the F/S Division.

Pictured above is Andrew Marquez, Joel Aguilar, Nate Erp, Zach Samprone, and James Lee.

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Our goal at the Conejo Quakes Basketball Program is to prepare every student-athlete for the high school level on and off the court.  We strive to make each kid better basketball players and better people through hard work, discipline, accountability, sportsmanship, and family values.