2017 Championship Day
Championship Game
Kenosha 45, Robert Taylor 43
   
Jalen Carlino (17 points) buried a long three-pointer with 16 seconds remaining to give Kenosha the lead and its first-ever International championship in its fourth visit to the title contest. Devin Griffin and Nick Andrews each added nine points for Kenosha, which trailed in the contest between a 3-2 lead and Griffin's three-point play with just more than a minute remaining.
   The Kenosha Komeback Kids closed as they had much of the tournament, outscoring the Panthers by an 18-9 margin in the final stanza. A weakness at times in the tourney, Kenosha hit 13 of 18 from the foul line (.722) to seal its first championship.
    Robert Taylor got 17 points from Markwan Adams and 13 points from Terrance Ford. The Panthers narrowly missed their own first title with two-point setbacks the last two years.

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME BOX SCORE
    KENOSHA- Kenesie 3-0-6, Lang 0-0-0, Moyao 0-3-3, Young 0-1-1, D. Griffin 3-3-9, Nye 0-0-0, Andrews 2-5-9, Carlino (6)-1-17, Pflug 0-0-0, Baptiste 0-0-0, E. Griffin 0-0-0, Coates 0-0-0. Totals: 14-13-45.
    ROBERT TAYLOR- Adams (7)-1-17, Hawkins 1-0-2, Stewart 1-0-2, Parsons 1-1-3, Robinson 0-1-1, Cockeran 0-0-0, Brown 0-0-0, Ford 5-3-13, Henderson (1)-0-3, Fears 1-0-2, Porter 0-0-0, Tompkins 0-0-0, Bryant 0-0-0, Lathan 0-0-0. Totals: 17-6-43.
    Field goals: Kenosha 14 of 21, .667; Robert Taylor 17 of 32, .531. Free throws: Kenosha 13 of 18, .722; Robert Taylor 6 of 11, .545. Three-point goals: Kenosha 4 of 7, .571 (Carlino 4); Robert Taylor 3 of 15, .200 (Adams 2, Henderson). Fouls: Kenosha 11, Robert Taylor 17.

KENOSHA- 7  6  14  18  -45
R. TAYLOR- 12  9  13  9 - 43 

Third Place Game
Chicago Heights 56, Toa Baja 41
   
Myles Walton scorched the nets for 21 points and Ray Austin (13 points) and Jakeem Cole (12 points) also hit double figures in leading the Green Streaks to third place. It was Chicago Heights' first third-place win in seven chances. Alejandro Negron tallied a game-high 24 points to lead Toa Baja, which was outscored, 15-3, in the second stanza.

Consolation Championship
Chi-Town NBN 46, Prodigy Elite 45
   
Overcoming a big early deficit, NBN captured its second consolation crown in three years with a hoop in the final eight seconds. Chris Sommese and Davante Jackson each scored 13 points to pace Chi-Town, while Zion Oliver added 10 points. Elite, which held a 30-20 halftime advantage, got 14 points from Alonzoe Powe and seven points from Jawantae King.

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