Upper Darby / Broomall, PA – The Delaware Valley Greek Orthodox Basketball league kicked off its 2015-2016 season in the same place where it ended last year – under controversy. Scheduled to start a week earlier in Wilmington Delaware, the DVGOBL cancelled opening day to sort out their current affairs, which included eligibility regulations. League rules associated with where you can play are being challenged. Various churches are involved and unfortunately for the players, the issue continues to plague the league.
Last year, league regulations associated with teams and players fouling out, were challenged and reconciled with an additional playoff game at the end of the season.
This Sunday afternoon, the league was back in action, with St. Demetrios in Upper Darby and St. Luke in Broomall hosting the official start that featured three games each. Two Varsity and one JV game took place at each church.
Sunday’s Results at St. Luke Broomall
St. Luke JV (BR) Boys 27 vs. Holy Trinity JV (EHT) Boys 16
St. Luke (BR) Girls 15 vs. Holy Trinity (EHT) Girls 29
St. Luke (BR) Boys 36 vs. Holy Trinity (EHT) Boys 18
Games on Sunday October 11, 2015 at St. Demetrios Upper Darby
St. Demetrios JV (UD) Boys 28 vs. St. George JV (M) Boys 33
St. Demetrios (UD) Girls 4 vs. St. George (M) Girls 19
St. Demetrios (UD) Boys 38 vs. St. George (M) Boys 22