The Destin Youth Basketball League tipped off this past weekend at the Destin Community Center. Here are some of the results from the first weekend in the various age groups.

Ages 3/4

Wild Willy’s 16, Kidz 4 Kidz 14

Wild Willy’s jumped out to an 8-4 lead in the first half.

Scoring four points each in the game for Wild Willy’s were Hadley Bahena and Jackson Riebli. Tossing in two points each were Griffin Terry, Bogdan Cheptene, Bennett Barcus and Connor Boggess.

Jermaine Drake led Kidz with six points. Michael Guin scored four, while Miles Merritt and Eli Cooper each hit for two.

Landsharks 30, AJ’s Seafood and Oyster Bar 6

At the half, Landsharks was on top 12-2.

Scoring six each for Landsharks were Joseph Cope, Marshall Fortenberry, Jarvis Rickman and Addison Gordon. Dylan Casado scored four and Brock Sansom, two.

Trey Lee scored four for AJ’s and Saira Bawa, two.


Ages 5/6

Salvati’s Pizza 32, The Will Lawyer 4

Salvati’s dominated taking an 18-4 lead in the first half. Scoring in double-digits for Salvati’s were William Horin with 12, and Bentlee Bailey, 10. Luke Horin scored six, while Colton Romeo and Parker Bloom each scored two.

Joseph Oakes scored all four points for The Will Lawyer.

Ace of South Walton 34, Culver’s 8

Tyler Rojas led Ace with eight points. Scoring six each were James Espy, Max Wortman and Jack Harrell. Carter McLendon scored four, while J. Michael Fortenberry and Mox Hoy each hit for two.

Alden Hadaway was tops for Culver’s with six points. Jayden Hall chipped in two points.

Arrow Disposal Services 22, Budget Blinds 10

Arrow led 14-2 at the break. David Feczko was the go-to guy with 16 points. Scoring two each were Graham Herndon, Ryder Kendall and Aaron Magee.

Kindall Sandom scored eight for Budget and Jordyn Spence added two.

Frankfurt Law 12, McGovern O’Dell and Associates 10

Frankfurt came on strong in the second half to pull off the win. Scoring six each for Frankfurt were Henry Frankfurt and J.B. Martin.

Harper Reynolds and Jax O’Dell each scored four points for McGovern and Jack Ullery, two.


Ages 7/8

Stu’s Pro Painting 26, Printine Paint 23

Hamilton Martin scored in double figures for Stu’s with 16 points. McCarver Dahlman scored eight and Carter Marracco, two.

Jaden Fair was tops for Pristine with 12 points. Anthony Kirby scored five, Samuel Magee four and Jayce Roberson two.

ThomCo Enterprises 22, Wood and Associates 7

Pierce Malin led ThomCo with 10 points. John Ryan Brown scored eight, while Max Thomas and Jarret Zimmer each hit for two.

Scoring two each for Wood were Maddox Mason, Logan Smith and Jayden Phillips. Jaden Herrera chipped in one.

Gulf Coast Electric 24, Frankfurt 1031 Exchange 16

Kingston Hutchinson was tops for Gulf Coast with eight points. Zai’shawn Brown scored six and Carter Dallman, four. Tossing in two points each were Kyle Walling, Alexander Srnecek and Malachhi Grimes.

Brooks Chouinard was high-point man for Frankfurt with 12 points. Scoring two each were Diego Rodriguez and Eli Scharf.

Fudpucker’s 17, Active Marketing 6

Fud’s led 12-6 at the half. Caden Job led Fud’s with six points. Scoring four each were Cannon Wilbur and Ebner Ingram. Connor Job scored two and Lavin McDaniel, one.

Jackson Black scored four for Active and Aaron McDowell, two.


Ages 9/10

Coastal Cruisers LLC 45, The Shard Shop 8

Coastal dominated taking a 24-3 lead in the first half. Scoring 10 points each were Tyler Nims and James Boykin. Mason George tossed in eight, while Gunnar Smith and Anabelle Shackelford each scored six. Aiden Garza, Christian O’Brien and Sebastian McDonald each scored two points.

Sara Oakes scored four for The Shard Shop, while Maxwell Jones and Jeremiah Quinn each hit for two.

Carr, Riggs, and Ingram 25, Frankfurt Law 6

Dylan Marracco was tops for Carr with nine points. Carson Fayard and Greyson Sommerville each scored six, while Palmer Robbins and Eli Taylor scored two.

Gavin Bartlett scored four and Era Medina two for Frankfurt.

Nathan Hall DMD 28, Island Pier 21

Scoring double digits for Nathan Hall were Jordan Figueroa with 14 and Kadon Chapman, 10. Brennen Leonard scored four.

Brayden Waters was tops for Island with 12 points. Griffin Cann and Carter Phillips each scored four, and Ryder Matekovich scored one.


Ages 11/15

Lady Marlins 20, World Impact Real Estate 19

At the half, the game was tied at 10-10. Marlins edged ahead in the second half for the win. Scoring seven points each were Jessica Pierce and Regan Palmer. Carrington Phillips scored four and Grace Ousley, two.

Zander Davis led World Impact with 15 points. Scoring two each were Pierce Forrester and Kace Gould.

Trustmark National Bank 40, Emerald Coast Move Pro 26

LJ Figueroa fired up the nets for Trustmark with 16 points. Daniil Baturyn and Pavel Baturyn each scored 10. Reecve Dwyer and Armin Kalausis each scored two.

Maddox Fayard and Erik Scott each scored seven for Move Pro. Allen Collins scored five; Jacob Castle and Zach Thomas put up three and Ava Smith, one.

Executive Air LLC 25, Fudpucker’s 23

Aiden Davis was high-point player for Executive Air with 12 points. Parker Kajala scored six, Alex Kruise added three, and Michael Cappola and Jacob Stepp, two.

Garrett Jacobs led Fud’s with nine points. Hunter Barber scored five and Noah Mason, four. Ayden Zepp scored three and Damian Alexander two.

Destin Custom Home Builders 53, Great Clips 27

Carston Phillips led Home Builders with 13 points. Andrew Atkins checked in with 12 and Jandel Gadea, 10. Maddox Hayles scored nine, Garrett Fulmer and Charlie Guillory added four points each; Cooper Hall put up three and Noah Lynch, two.

Price Bowen was tops for Great Clips with 13 points. J. Cole Riche scored seven, Parker Gilliam added four and Ethan Ramsey, three.