Week 6 is the perfect time for teams in the Legacy League to hone in on their skills and gear up for the playoffs, and that’s exactly what Scott’s Tots did in a big bounce-back win over the Brick Layers, 80-41.

Scott’s Tots were lead by Noah Raffone, who scored a team-high 28 points and shot 66 percent from the field. He gave some advice postgame to the Brick Layers, who are also in their inaugural season in the Legacy League but are still looking for their first win of the year.

“The hardest thing for us, and it’s something that we are struggling with is getting used to the short hoop,” Noah Raffone said. “You don’t have to dunk every play.”

Last week, Scott’s Tots couldn’t put the pieces together against the Flint Tropics, and they came into this matchup looking to get back on track.

“It’s a good confidence booster, we needed this win,” Jacob Raffone said. “These games don’t matter if you don’t win. We wanted to win last week, but didn’t get it.”

Noah Raffone showed in Week 6 that in order to win in this league you need to shoot the ball well. He led the team with four shots from downtown and a few of those were assisted from his brother Jacob. The Raffone brothers have shown all year that they have great chemistry on and off the court. The two love to play with each other alongside their other brother Vic, who did not play against the Brick Layers.

“We all have great chemistry, and it helps which leads to good passes and all-around good basketball,” Noah Raffone said.

The competition between brothers is still alive and well, even when they are all on the same team.

“It’s always been obvious that I’m better, so there’s not much of a rivalry,” Noah Raffone said.