The Eastern Schuylkill Recreation Commission (ESRC) summer basketball league rolled into its second week of competition with eight games highlighting Monday's and Wednesday's action.

R.R. Frey Services and Ryan's Oil & Heating both posted two victories on the week to remain in a first-place tie atop the standings with Guerilla Squad and Cuz-N-Joe's Place.


Guerilla Squad-

B&R Gym

Guerilla Squad trailed by as many as 10 points in the first half, but ended up pulling together in the second half for a 58-42 victory over B & R Gym.

Dave Wilson scored 20 of his game-high 27 points in the second half to pace Guerilla Squad.

Ted Styka netted 14 points for B & R Gym.

Lucky's Deli-

KT Photography

In a game that went down to the wire, Kupres Twins Photography edged Lucky's Deli 52-51.

Joe Tamagini's 17 points led Kupres Twins Photography.

For Lucky's Deli, Bill Cuff had a career night, draining five three-pointers and scoring a game-high 22 points.

Weikel's-R.R. Frey

R.R. Frey Services began its defense of its summer league championship with a 61-56 come-from-behind victory over Weikel Sportswear.

Jim Barron and Jeremy Frey led R.R. Frey Services with 17 and 16 points respectively.

Mike Stankowitch led Weikel Sportswear with a game-high 20 points.

PVI- Ryan's Oil

Ryan's Oil & Heating tipped off its season on a high note with a 54-45 victory over Progressive Vision Institute.

Kiernan Conway's 15 points led Ryan's Oil and Heating, while Joe Schaeffer and Jon Scheuer also notched double-figures.

Mark Mazur came off the bench to score 18 points for Progressive Vision Institute.


Big Dippers-R.R. Frey

Big Dippers fell behind by as many as 18 points in the first half, before eventually succumbing to R.R. Frey Services by a final score of 56-53.

Big Dippers had a chance to tie the game at the end of regulation, but their shot came up a bit short.

Dan Miller scored a game-high 24 points to lead R.R. Frey Services, while Jeremy Frey buried four treys.Mike DeMarco's 16 points led Big Dippers.


Cuz-N-Joe's used a put-back by Joe Evancho as time expired to secure a 69-68 victory over Progressive Vision Institute.

Progressive Vision Institue took a one-point lead when Dave Agosti knocked down a three-pointer with under 10 seconds remaining; however, Cuz-N-Joe's drove back down the court for the eventual game-winner.

Jon Veet tossed in 20 points to led Cuz-N-Joe's.

For Progressive Vision Institute, Mark Mazur scored 14.

Ryan's Oil-B&R Gym

Ryan's Oil & Heating did what they do best and shot lights-out from behind the arc, en route to a 77-59 victory over B & R Gym.

Ryan's Oil & Heating drained 16 treys on the night, including six from Joe Schaeffer (20 points).

Tony Gomez and Ted Styka both hit for 20 points apiece, with Gomez adding five three-pointers.

Weikel's-Lucky's Deli

Weikel Sportswear posted its first win of the season with a convincing 59-33 victory over Lucky's Deli.

After a brief hiatus, John Rizzo made his return to ESRC basketball one to remember, as he scored a game-high 29 points, including four three-pointers.

For Lucky's Deli, Bill Cuff scored 13 points.



Cuz-N-Joe's Place 2 0

Guerilla Squad 2 0

R.R. Frey Services 2 0

Ryan's Oil & Heating 2 0

Kupres Twins Photography 1 1

Weikel Sportswear 1 1

B & R Gym 1 2

Big Dippers 0 2

Progressive Vision Inst. 0 2

Lucky's Deli 0 3



E. Eichorst (Cuz-N-Joes) 23.0

D. Wilson (Guerilla Squad) 21.0

J. Tamagini (Kupres Twins) 18.5

M. Stankowitch (Weikel) 17.5

T. Gomez (B & R) 16.5



Tony Gomez (B & R) 9

Joe Schaeffer (Ryan's Oil) 7

Soko Mujovic (Guerilla Squad) 7


Monday, June 20

(at North and Middle

Ward Playground)

5:30 Weikel Sportswear vs. Cuz-N-Joe's Place

6:30 Ryan's Oil & Heating vs. Big Dippers

7:30 Progressive Vision Institute vs. Kupres Twins Photography

8:30 R.R. Frey Services vs. Guerilla Squad

Wednsday, June 22

(at East End Playground)

5:30 Kupres Twins Photography vs. Ryan's Oil & Heating

6:30 Guerilla Squad vs. Weikel Sportswear

7:30 Lucky's Deli vs. Cuz-N-Joe's Place

8:30 B & R Gym vs. Big Dippers