Youth League Basketball

Youth League Basketball

Posted: Wednesday, March 2, 2011 12:02 am
By: Georgia Brown

By Georgia Brown

1. Hoop Squad @ Boise

In the last day of Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball, Boise and Hoop Squad faced-off. In the first quarter, Jaylen Mitchell scored 6 points, and Cameron Trice scored 4 points for Hoop Squad. For Boise, Lou Rechis scored 5 points. In the second quarter, Hoop Squad players Abdulla Obadat scored his first 2 points of the season, Mitchell scored 5 points, and Mikey Neilson made a free-throw, Malik Pogue scored 1 point, and Tynell Lovins scored 1 point. For Boise, Ethan Garcia scored 5 points, Rechis scored 6 points, and Spencer Legins made a free-throw. After halftime, Mitchell scored 5 points, and Pogue scored 4 points for Hoop Squad. For Boise, Rechis scored 2 points, and Tyler Davis grabbed a rebound. In the fourth quarter, Hoop Squad’s Mitchell and Pogue each scored 2 points. Diego Ferrer and Davon Trice both had great defense. Rechis scored 6 points, and Jimmy Woodson snagged a rebound for Boise. The final score of the game was 33-25; Hoop Squad won.

2. Red Raptors @ Dream Team

In the last day of Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball, Red Raptors and Dream Team both played their last game of the season. In the first quarter, Dream Team’s Matt McMillan stole the show by starting his team off with 10 points. For the Raptors, Aubrey Bynum and Michael Long both scored 3 points, and Donovan Spivey made a shot attempt. In the second quarter, for Dream Team, Cole Sullivan scored 2 points, Dylan Parks scored 1 point, McMillan scored 4 points, Nolan scored 2 points, and Reed Chandler scored 3 points. For Red Raptors, Bynum scored 1 point, Chase Krider and Mason Pyrdom both scored 2 points, and Long scored 6 points. McMillan scored the Dream Team’s only 4 points of the third quarter. For the Raptors, Krider scored 2 points, and Long scored 6 points. In the final quarter, Bigham scored 4 points, Chandler scored 3 points, and McMillan scored 7 points, including two 3-pointers for the Dream Team. 

For Red Raptors, Pyrdom scored a 3-pointer, and Long scored 8 points, including a 3-pointer. Dream Team won 43-38 and was the only undefeated team in the league.

3. Tennessee Crush @ Hoop Squad

In the last day of Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball, these two teams played their last games of the year. In the first quarter, TN Crush players Clay Cantrell and Malik Roberson both scored 2 points. For Hoop Squad, Cameron Trice and Malik Pogue scored 2 points each. In the second quarter, Cantrell scored 1 point, Dalton Moore made a shot attempt, Joshua Floyd scored 1 point, LaDarius Alley scored 4 points, and Roberson scored 4 points for TN Crush. Abdulla Obadat and Mikey Neilson scored 1 point each, C. Trice scored 3 points, and Jaylen Mitchell scored 7 points for Hoop Squad. In the third quarter, for TN Crush, Jaxson Hazlewood scored 2 points, Alley scored 2 points, and Roberson scored 4 points. For Hoop Squad, Pogue scored 2 points. In the fourth quarter, Gaige Robey and Malek Jones had good defense. Alley scored 2 points, and Roberson scored 6 points for TN Crush. Diego Ferrer and Tynell Lovins had great effort. Davon Trice scored 2 points, and Mitchell and Pogue scored 1 point each for Hoop Squad. TN Crush won 30-22.

4. Celtics @ Heat

In the last day of Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball, the middle school division tournament games continued. In the first quarter, Celtics players Jordan Hazlewood and Ryan Mathney both scored 2 points. For Heat, Bruce Hicks and Dylan Sullivan scored 2 points each, and Lucas Maxey scored 6 points. In the second quarter, James Pritchett scored 3 points, Nathan Williamson scored 2 points, and Hazlewood scored 1 point for Celtics. For Heat, Angelo Malacapy scored 3 points, Hicks scored 2 points, Maxey score 3 points, and Sullivan scored 1 point. After halftime, for the Celtics, Dylan McClanahan and Hazlewood scored 2 points each, Williamson scored 1 point, and Mathney scored 4 points. For Heat, Sullivan scored 2 points and Colin Stricklin had good defense. In the final quarter, McClanahan scored 1 point, Nathan Maya had good effort, and Hazlewood scored 4 points for the Celtics. Sullivan scored 4 points, and Maxey scored 2 points for Heat. The final score of the game was 27-25, in favor of Heat. 

5. Thunder @ Bulls

In the last day of Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball, the middle school division tournament games continued. In the first quarter, Brandon Butler scored 2 points, Chase Spencer scored 4 points, Will Erwin scored a 3-pointer, and Zach Jones scored 2 points for Thunder. For the Bulls, Reed Rooks scored 2 points. In the second quarter, Thunder’s Spencer, Dallas Laney, and Erwin each scored 1 point and Jones scored 6 points. For the Bulls, Elizabeth Plunk scored 3 points, Joe Ray Perry scored 1 point, Michael Park scored 4 points, and Michael Woolridge scored his first 2 points of the season. In the third quarter, Spencer of Thunder scored 4 points. For the Bulls, Jared Wortham scored 2 points, and Rooks scored 6 points. In the final quarter of the game, for Thunder, Summer Long got a shot attempt, and Jones scored 6 points, including a 3 pointer. For the Bulls, Andrew You had good defense. Wortham, Perry, and Park scored 2 points each, and Rooks scored 3 points. The game ended in a 34-32 win for the Bulls.

6. Championship Game: Panthers vs. Heat

In the last day of Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball, the middle school division tournament games finished with the championship game. In the first quarter, for the Panthers, Hunter Todd scored 2 points, Keilan Rooks scored 1 point, Skylar McCroskey scored 2 points, and Tyler McClure scored 6 points. For Heat, Angelo Malacapy scored 2 points, and Colin Stricklin scored 1 point. In the second quarter, for the Panthers, Dillon Moss, and Todd both scored 1 point. Rooks scored 5 points, and McCroskey scored 2 points. 

For Heat, Malacapy scored 2 points, and Dylan Sullivan and Lucas Maxey scored 1 point each. In the third quarter, McClure scored 6 points, and Todd scored 5 points, including a 3-pointer. 

For Heat, Sullivan scored 2 points, and Maxey scored 4 points. In the fourth quarter, for the Panthers, Kendall Harrelson scored 2 points, McCroskey scored 2 points, and McClure scored 4 points. For Heat, Malacapy and Stricklin scored 2 points each. Bruce Hicks had good defense. The championship game ended in a landslide victory for the Panthers; the score was 41-17.

7. Livewire vs. Heat

The Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball Games’ last day was this past Saturday. In the first quarter, Jada Briggs scored 6 points for Livewire. Hope Gray and Zanasha Gadlen both scored 2 points, and Kyera Thompson scored 4 points for Heat. In the second quarter, for Livewire, Anna Yott, Leah Thedford, and Shelly Rowlett scored 1 point each, and Briggs scored 4 points. For Heat, Hannah Grace Garner, Gray, and Marisa Rubio scored 1 point each. In the third quarter, Briggs scored 3 points for Livewire. For Heat, Gray and Gadlen both scored 2 points.  In the fourth quarter, no one scored for Livewire, but Caroline Perry, Madison Summers, and Naomi Griffin had good effort throughout the game. For Heat, Gray scored 6 points, and Thompson scored 4 points. Alyssa Duncan, Emma Taylor, and Lauren Beverly had great defense. Heat won the game 25-16.

8. Thunder vs. Orange Swoosh

The Martin Parks and Recreation Youth League Basketball Games’ last day was this past Saturday. In the first quarter, for Thunder, Blaine McDonald scored 2 points, and Raegan Johnson scored 4 points. For Orange Swoosh, Kallie Pruiett and Valessa Jackson both scored 2 points. In the second quarter, for Thunder, Anna Hazlewood scored 4 points, McDonald scored 3 points, and Caroline Schuster scored 1 point. For OS, Alexis Beam scored 4 points, and Pruiett, V. Jackson, and Summer Villasica all made 1 point. In the third quarter, no one scored for Thunder, but Brittney Fabian, Lauren Hester, and Morgan Bessent had great effort. For OS, Beam scored 2 points, Villasica and Tiarra Jackson both scored 2 points. In the fourth quarter, Schuster scored 1 point, and Hazlewood, Emma Kelly, and Johnson scored 2 points each for Thunder. For OS, Villasica scored 1 point, and V. Jackson scored 2 points. Autumn Long, Hallie Arnold, and Hannah McCroskey all had good defense. Thunder beat Orange Swoosh 21-20.

Thanks to the coaches and players for a great season! See you next year!

 

wcp 3/1/11

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