New Albany wins the first BS Neighborhood Derby Crown
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New Albany wins the first BS Neighborhood Derby Crown
New Albany wins the first BS Neighborhood Derby Crown. (Broken Sidewalk)

It’s an historic day in Metro Louisville. We’re pleased to crown the first BS Neighborhood Derby victor. And the winner is… *drumroll*… New Albany.

This year’s tournament came down to community spirit, and New Albany certainly pulled through with the highest vote counts and the most enthusiastic supporters. Congratulations to all the neighborhoods in the tournament. We’ll update this post a little later with all the post-BS-Derby commentary. Meanwhile, check out the results below and after the click.

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Final bracket for the 2009 BS Neighborhood Derby
Final bracket for the 2009 BS Neighborhood Derby. (Broken Sidewalk)
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7 COMMENTS

  1. Dang Kurtis, that was a little below the belt man! Come on over to New Albany and let us show you exactly why we're so passionate about the N'alb being so awesome.

    Hopefully more people will come over to New Albany and visit all the great stuff we've got and are working on downtown!

  2. We didn't do well in your vote, BUT you can still come out to Norton Commons and join in the fun for a great cause…

    “The 2nd Annual Corn Hole at the Commons Tournament”

    Benefitting the Denny Crum Scholarship Foundation.

    Limited to 64 Teams… Sell Out Expected!! Sign Up Early!

    Make it a Norton Common’s Day! Bring your family and friends and visit the unique Boutiques, Restaurants, and other businesses in Norton Commons Town Center. But there’s still more… From 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm come join the fun at our Street Party immediately following the Tournament. Bring your lounge chairs and enjoy the sounds of The Louisville Blues Band with delicious dinner and beverage catered by Karem’s Grill Pub and finish it off with your favorite Gelato from Gilberto Gelato. So even if you don’t play, come enjoy the day.

    Corn Hole Tournament Details

    When: April 25th 2009. Sign in at Noon. First toss at 1:00.

    Where: Norton Commons Town Center. http://www.nortoncommons.com for directions.

    Why: To have fun and raise money for the Denny Crum Scholarship Foundation.

    How: A double elimination tournament with the minimum play of three games.

    Guaranteed payout of: 1st: $500 2nd: $400 3rd: $300 4th $200 5th $100.

    Cost: $50.00 Per Team includes Long Sleeve Tournament T-Shirt!

    Contact: Signup by contacting Judy Cowgill at (502) 852-0841 or jacowg01@louisville.edu

    Tournament Extras:

    · Knock Coach Crum and his partner from Tournament and win a Limo ride to John E’s for you and a guest for dinner with Coach Crum!

    · Mid-Tourney Games

    · Play for a chance to win a set of Denny Crum Court Autographed Boards at Boardz and Bagz booth featuring the Intimidator.

    · Raffles for Signed Basketballs and other memorabilia.

    For additional info contact: Wayne Reis @ (502) 551-9400 or Paul Blackburn @ (502) 379-237

  3. Kurtis, I agree… all the awesome Louisville neighborhoods, and New Albany comes out on top? Makes the whole BS Derby seem pointless. It's nothing personal again NA… but come on. For real.

  4. Again I point the naysayers, who obviously don't get the point of it all, to the comments on the two prior New Albany derby threads.

  5. I think Ben would enjoy a nice glass of Thunderfoot at Bank St. Brewhouse this afternoon. Might give him a new perspective on NA.

  6. How about a big "thank you" to Broken Sidewalk for making us all THINK about what it is that makes us like where we live or spend time! Do we like a certain spot for its walkability, its architecture, its green spaces, its special patina? I say well done BS…

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