PBBF’s youngest MVP team ever – the 2011 3rd Grade Boys – and one of our two senior teams – the 8th Grade Girls – capped a phenomenal MVP season by winning their respective Championship Games Sunday.
The 3rd Grade Boys ventured into the toughest competition they’d ever imagined in their young hoops lives, and found they were completely up for it. And the 8th Girls, the last playoff qualifier and with only 6 players against a squad of 12, found a way to pull off what would have been a miracle weekend. Except it wasn’t a miracle. They were the hardest working, most resolute, and best TEAM. They completely earned the championship they deserved.
A record 15 PBBF teams competed in the Spring 2011 MVP season, challenging themselves against the best competition in the East Bay.
Congratulations to all the 2011 PBBF MVP players!
And thanks to the coaches and parents who supported them throughout, in the greatest Piedmont MVP season yet!
A special congratulations and thanks to Coach Don Eidam, who insisted that those youngest 3rd Graders were ready for MVP competition. And then also stepped in to fill a coaching need for the 8th Girls. That’s a record, too: coaching two PBBF MVP Championship teams in the same season. One that is not likely to be surpassed. Thank you, Don!