Tyquan Rolon banked in a 25-foot shot as time expired to give Hard2Guard the King of Kings Summer Pro-Am men's championship, 75-72, over Hoop Fiends Select. In the women's final, Summer Sixteen completed an unbeaten season with a 74-63 win over the Huskies behind 31 points by Syracuse University point guard Alexis Peterson
Rolon, who was a 2015 NJCAA first team All-American at Mohawk Valley Community College and now plays at LeMoyne College, had 22 points to lead his team in scoring. Hard2Guard retrieved its missed shot with 14 seconds to play, and Rolon ran down the clock to the final shot. The biggest lead of the game was a seven-point edge for Hoop Fiends.
League MVP Jalen Hawkins, who just completed his third year at Proctor High, had 23 for Hoop Fiends to lead all scorers. Chris Gilkes had 17 points for the winners, and Tyvon Reed had 18 for the losers.
League MVP Liz Millea chipped in 19 for Summer Sixteen, which finished the season 8-0. Mikayla Roberts, who will join Millea's as freshmen at Lemoyne, had 20 for the Huskies and Maria Lapertosa, who plays Mercyhurst, chipped in 15.