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Alameda Wolves Cling to First Place After Upset

With only two games left to play in the regular season, the Alameda Wolves remain at the top of the Women’s Premier Basketball Association standings heading into the All Star Game this Friday, July 14, at Moreau Catholic School in Hayward.

Alameda Post - the poster for the WPBA All-Star game with a list of both team's players

The Bay City Blaze upset the Wolves, 90-87, in Round 6 play on July 8. At 5-1, Alameda shares the best record in the league with Oakland, but owns the #1 spot thanks to having beaten the Swish 76-70 on June 10th.

At the All-Star break, with two games left in the regular season, League standings are as follows:

  1. Alameda Wolves (5-1)
  2. Oakland Swish (5-1)
  3. Bay City Blaze (4-2)
  4. Bay Area Phoenix (3-3)
  5. Berkeley Royals (3-3)
  6. Hayward Reign (2-4)
  7. San Francisco Riptide (2-4)
  8. Tech City Valkyrie (0-6)

On July 22, the Wolves face last place Tech City Valkyrie (0-6). The regular season wraps up July 29 with a rematch of the season opener against the Berkeley Royals, currently in 5th place (3-3). Both games will be at the College of Alameda Gymnasium.

The All-Star Game this Friday pits Team Harris, led by Wolves’ guard Rebecca Harris, against Team Cooks, led by Royals’ forward-guard Mariah Cooks. The game will be at Moreau Catholic High School, 27170 Mission Blvd., Hayward, at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 ($10 for seniors and students), and may be purchased online or at the door.

The Tournament of Champions is scheduled for August 4-6.

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