TMT wraps up successful alumni weekend
Contributed report; Wednesday, August 9, 2017 See the article at The Hour here.
NORWALK — The first Bub Classic TMT Alumni Basketball Tournament, hosted by the Teaching and Mentoring Through Basketball program, was a huge success according to those who ran the two-day event at Norwalk High and the Carver Center.
Four $500 scholarships were handed out Sunday, including two to alumni players Justice and Ian Gardner.
Norwalk High graduates Sarah St. Surin and Deandre Russell were also given scholarships in honor of TMT co-founder Mike McElveen, who died earlier this year.
The winning TMT alumni team included Evan Kelly, John Boykin, Brian Wade, Moriba Keita, Antwan Boyd, Lamar Tate, Takari Smalls and Tyler Shular.
TMT Basketball would like to thank everyone who supported the event, especially the event sponsors Carver Center, AFSCME LOCAL2405, Sign Smart, Jordan’s Too Restaurant & Pizza, Famous Pizza House, Slice of Italy Pizza, Prime Burger, C&S Grocery (The Yellow Store), SONO Harbor Deli, Pauli’s Bagels & Deli, Supreme Auto Collision, East Avenue Pizza, Gene The Barber, Inside The Locker Room with Ant and Jay and Crown Trophy.
All proceeds will benefit the TMT Scholarship Program, the National Kidney Foundation and the TMT Basketball Program.