Jersey Shore beat Glendale Heights to win the championship in the open division of the North American Basketball Association (NABA) tournament held during the Labor Day weekend in Glendale Heights, Illinois.
The open division championship is said to be the holy grail of all championships because the best of best players belong to this division.
NABA Commissioner Ron Damasco said the tournament is a great success with a total of 150 teams participating. Fourteen other teams were disqualified to play because of their failure for the tournament.
NABA, through City Director John Quines of Glendale Heights, disclosed the following complete results of the Labor Day competitions:
Mosquito: 1st Place, Washington DC; 2nd Place, Bolingbrook; Tykes: 1st Place, Los Angeles; 2nd Place, Glendale Heights; Pee Wee: 1st Place, Winnipeg; 2nd Place, Washington DC; Damsel: 1st Place, Washington DC’ 2nd Place, Chicago; Bantam: 1st Place, Los Angeles; 2nd Place, Brampton; Girls: 1st Place, Chicago; 2nd Place, Washington DC; Junior: 1st Place, Los Angeles (later disqualified for alleged falsification of documents, and Markham was declared Champions); Glendale Heights, 2nd place; Juvenile: 1st Place, Washington DC; 2nd Place, Chicago; Ladies: 1st Place, Glendale Heights; 2nd Place, Toronto; Open: 1st Place, Jersey Shore; 2nd Place, Glendale Heights; Senior: 1st Place, Washington DC; 2nd Place, Glendale Heights;
Master: 1st Place, Chicago; 2nd Place, Los Angeles.
The results of the volleyball tournament are the following: Men Volleyball: 1st Place, North Jersey; 2nd Place Vaughan; Women Volleyball:1st Place, Long Island-Queens, 2nd Place Winnipeg; and Coed Volleyball: 1st Place, Winnipeg; 2nd Place, Vaughan
Marissa Bumanlag, Miss Windsor, was crowned Miss NABA 2014. The runners-up were
2nd Place, Miss London Diane Frances Dungo Fronda; and 3rd Place, Miss Glendale Heights Kristine Mae Dino Lara.
The trophy for Best in Uniform was awarded to the Washington DC team.