With Championship Sunday, many players brought their best game. Here are some of the standouts who impressed the most in helping their teams in bracket play. Be sure to check back to NY2LAsports.com in the coming days for more coverage. 

Jamarion Batemon – 2025 – G – Power 5

On Sunday Batemon proved to be one of the top scorers of the entire tournament. In a quarterfinal win he scored 21 points hitting six threes and then 26 points with another six threes in the semifinals. He is a just a pure scorer who has a great ability to create his own shot moving so well with the ball in his hands in addition to his great stroke from deep. 

Davon Grant – 2026 – SF – IL Wolves

The freshman forward had multiple big games on Sunday in helping the Wolves make it all the way to the 15U championship game. In a semifinals overtime victory Grant had 15 points and then followed that up with 16 in the title game. Grant is such an active and aggressive forward that plays big scoring inside but impacts the game in a variety of ways as well.  

Lamont Hamilton – 2026 – G – Power 5

Hamilton had a tremendous weekend of basketball and took his game to another level down the stretch of the 15U championship game. In the second half of the championship game, he was just unstoppable attacking the basket with multiple and one plays going for 20 points in the half along. The 2026 guard just has another gear to his game.

Luke Kinkade – 2024 – SG – Breakaway Basketball

Throughout the entire tournament Kinkade showcased his shooting ability and this included the 17U championship game. In the title game on Sunday, the guard knocked down six three pointers. A high percentage shooter with great form on his jumper who moves so well without the ball hunting his shots. 

Chris Riddle – 2024 – G/F – Mac Irvin Fire

While there were plenty of players from this Mac Irvin Fire 17U group that had big weekends, it was Riddle’s turn in the championship game. The Fire fell behind early in the game, it was the hot shooting of Riddle that got them back in the game and helped them capture the one-point victory.