Jandel Gadea knocked down 17 points to lead Destin Custom Home Builders in a 41-33 victory over World Impact Real Estate in the 11-15 year old division of the Youth Basketball League at the Destin Community Center Friday night.

Gadea hit five 3-pointers, three in the first half for an 18-13 lead at the half.

Carston Phillips also hit double digits for Home Builders with 13 points. Maddox Hayles scored four points and Noah Lynch hit for three. Scoring two each were Andrew Atkins and Cooper Hall.

High-point player for World Impact was Zander Davis with 12 points. Logan Cann and Ryan Driscoll each scored five and Chris Blanchard four. Pierce Forrester scored three, while Ian Mollihan and Kace Gould scored two each.


Other 11/15 games:

Emerald Coast Move Pro 32, Executive Air 31

Allen Collins, who led Move Pro with 12 points, scored the winning free throw in double-overtime. Maddox Fayard scored six points and Jacob Castle hit for five. Adams White scored three, while Isaiah Batarao, Ian Thomas and Erik Scott each scored two.

Aiden Davis scored 13 points for Executive Air while Parker Kajala hit for 10. Alex Kruise and Jaxson LaPointe each scored three and Jacob Stepp, two.

Trustmark National Bank 43, Great Clips 37

LJ Figueroa was tops for Trustmark with 13 points. Daniil Baturyn scored 10 and Pavel Baturyn hit for eight. Armin Kalausis scored four and Jack Tenholder and Parker Seagle each scored three. Reece Dwyer chipped in two points.

Kirch Bright led Great Clips with 11 points while Spencer MacKenzie hit for 10. Price Bowen scored six, J. Cole Riche three and Brody Plasier two.

Lady Marlins 22, Fudpucker’s 15

Seven players scored for the Marlins in their victory. Nathan Stepp scored seven, while Grace Ousley scored four and Regan Palmer three. Scoring two each were Omar Granados, Carrington Phillips, Jessica Pierce and Elaina Perkins.

Campbell Debra scored five for Fud’s. Scoring three each were Noah Mason, Hunter Barber and David Zepp. Ayden Zepp chipped in one.


Ages 9/10

Frankfurt Law 34, Shard Shop 26

Charlie Frankfurt was the top scorer for Frankfurt with 16 points. Era Medina scored eight, Ethan Chance six and Zackary Cheatwood and Gavin Bartlett each scored two.

Sara Oakes nailed 18 points to lead the Shard Shop. Alexander Shepherd scored four, while Tyrus Grimes and Andy Barragan had two each.

Carr, Riggs and Ingram 27, Nathan Hall DMD 26

Carson Fayard led Carr with 11 points. Greyson Sommerville scored nine, Palmer Robbins five and Nicholas Otto two.

Jordan Figueroa was high-point player for Nathan Hall with 14 points. Kadon Chapman scored six, William Blanchard four and Eleanor Dawson two.

Island Pier 30, Coastal Cruisers 29

Owen Atkins scored six points in each half to lead Island Pier with 12. Carter Phillips scored six, Griffin Cann five, John Rice four and Ryder Matekovich three.

Tyler Nims hit double digits for Coastal with 10 points. Gunnar Smith and Mason George each scored six points. Aiden Garza scored three, while Christian O’Brien and Calvin Blackman each scored two.


Ages 7/8

Gulf Coast Electric 34, ThomCo 20

Alexander Srnecek led Gulf Coast with 12 points. Scoring nine each were Carter Dallman and Zai’Shawn Brown. Malachi Grimes and Kingston Hutchinson each tossed in two points.

Max Thomas was high-point player for ThomCo with 12 points. Nolan Dooly scored four. Chipping in two each were Pierce Malin and John Ryan Brown.

Pristine Painting 17, Active Marketing 8

Jayce Roberson tossed in six points for Pristine, while Jaden Fair scored four. Samuel Magee scored three. Cole McCunney and Alto Jackson each scored two.

Jackson Black scored all eight points for Active Marketing.

Fudpucker’s 28, Wood and Associates 15

Scoring in double figures for Fud’s was Lavin McDaniel with 12 points and Caden Job 10. Connor Job scored four and Shelby Plasier scored two.

Jayden Phillips was tops for Wood with eight points. Jaden Herrera scored three, while Cooper Wood and Logan Smith each scored two.

Frankfurt 1031 Exchange 22, Stu’s Pro Painting 20

Brooks Chouinard knocked down 14 points to lead Frankfurt. Ethan Thomas scored six and Luci Frankfurt two.

Hamilton Martin scored 10 points for Stu’s and McCarver Dahlman six. Cooper Smith and Joshua Casado each scored two.


Ages 5/6

Frankfurt Law 32, Budget Blinds 12

Kayden Gonzalez led Frankfurt with eight points. Scoring six each were Henry Frankfurt, Nash Fosdyck and Bentley Reed. Jude Fuller, Molly Jane Hall and Tripp Cox each scored two.

Jordyn Spence hit six points for Budget. James Curtis scored four and Logan Wright two.

Ace of South Walton 30, Will Lawyer 2

Scoring eight each for Ace were Tyler Rojas, Davidson Lee and Mox Hoy. Hunter Ray scored four and Carter McLendon chipped in two.

Joseph Oakes scored the two points for Will Lawyer.

McGovern O’Dell Associates 20, Culver’s 4

Scoring four each for McGovern were Jax O’Dell and Cayman Johnson. Contributing two points each were Kane Terry, Chase Adkinson, Drew Tedder, Jalyric Reynolds, Harper Reynolds and Wyatt Kilpatrick Jr.

Scoring two each for Culver’s were Jayden Feliciano and Jayden Hall.

Salvati’s Pizza 44, Arrow Disposal Services 30

Bentlee Bailey was on fire for Salvati’s tossing in 18 points. William Horin scored 10, Luke Horin eight, Colton Romeo six and Parker Bloom two.

David Feczko was high-point man for Arrow with 16 points. Scoring four each were Graham Herndon, Miller Smith and Aaron Magee. Charlotte Shepherd chipped in two.


Ages 3/4

Landsharks 18, Wild Willy’s 16

Joseph Cope led the way for Landsharks with eight points. Scoring two each were Maximus Miller, Sasa Sellers, Jarvis Rickman, Brock Sansom and Addison Gordon.

Jackson Riebli scored eight for Wild Willy’s. Contributing two each were Griffin Terry, Nikolas Dudley, Bennett Barcus and Connor Boggess.

AJ’s 36, Kidz 4 Kidz 20

Scoring in double digits for AJ’s were Nolan Holstein with 14 points and Trey Lee 10. Amerlia Srnecek scored eight, while Cole Brietch and Braxton Comer each scored two.

Jermaine Drake led Kidz with 14 points. Tossing in two each were Lincoln Tremper, Miles Merritt, Luke Ribeiro and Eli Cooper.