The King of Kings Basketball League season ends Sunday afternoon with a championship doubleheader at Mohawk Valley Community College.
The women's final between unbeaten and top-seeded One in a Million and sixth-seeded Retro Fitness tips off at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, and top-seeded Eggan Excavating plays the sixth-seeded Rim Rockers in the men's championship game at 3:45 p.m.
One in a Million is led by women's league MVP Isis Young, a University of Florida transfer who will play for Syracuse University next season. She averaged 24.6 points per game during the King of Kings regular season. One in a Million teammate Miranda Drummond, who played for St. Bonaventure University last season, is also transferring to SU.
Retro Fitness is led by another King of Kings all-star, SU guard Tyler Ash of Liverpool.
Eggan Excavating, the top-seeded men's team, is led by Joe Cremo (UAlbany), Shea Bromirski (College of St. Rose), former Coastal Carolina player E.J. Gallup and University of North Carolina recruit Andrew Platek of Massachusetts. Bromirski scored 26 points and Gallup had 23 in Friday night's 97-68 semifinal win over Prestige Elite. Tyquan Rolon scored 21 points and Mickey David had 18 for Prestige Elite.
Eggan Excavating made 28 3-pointers in a 135-97 win last week, and it also beat Sunday's finalist, Rim Rockers, 79-69 on July 19.
The Rim Rockers - unbeaten since that loss to Eggan Excavating - are led by former Syracuse University guard Mookie Jones and Casey Williams (Jamesville-DeWitt/Keuka College). Jones and Cornelius Vine scored 13 points each in Friday's 87-73 semifinal win over Upstate Swagger.