Pristine Paint rolls over Half Shell Oyster House

Tina Harbuck
The Destin Log
The Destin Log

Sara Oakes and Jayce Roberson hit double digits to put Pristine Paint over the top for a 34-28 win over Half Shell Oyster House in the 9-11 age division of the Destin Youth Basketball League at the Destin Community Center.

Oakes knocked down 14 points and while Roberson collected 11 points. Others scoring for Pristine were Ebner Ingram with six and Eli Joseph O’Brian four.

Harrison Sanders led Half Shell with 19 points. Parker Yates scored four, Logan Smith three and Gabriel Harper two.

Ages 12-16

Subway 26, Bubba Gump 23

Greyson Sommerville led the Subway attack with 12 points. Carter McIlwain scored six and Wyatt Wainwright four. Scoring two each were Hunter Barber and Kylianne Winters.

Brandon Conk led Bubba with nine points. Elijah Davis scored six and Kace Gould four. Chipping in two each were Fisher Baltzell and Armin Jusis.

DKM Custom Homes 23, Crocker Brothers Painting 17

Zac Thomas was the go-to-guy for DKM with 11 points. Alex Kruse scored six and Ian Thomas four. Katie Dixon added two points.

Will Blanchard was tops for Crocker with 11 points. Gunnar Smith scored four and Christian Erlich two.

Ages 7-8

Subway 28, Emerald Coast Xtreme Steam 18

Scoring in double figures for Subway was David Orsua with 12 and Jayden Rowell, 10. Contributing two points each were Chris Otto, Jayven Brown and Aaron Magee.

Bev Tintzman scored eight for Steam and Kane Terry, six. Chipping in two each were Ryder Kendall and Grayson Lacey.

McGovern, O’Dell and Associates 24, Aaron’s Pool and Spa 4

Bentlee Bailey was tops for McGovern with 10 points. Joseph Oakes scored six. Tossing in two points each were Case Culhane, Logan Wright, Layla Austin and London Levarn.

Jordan scored all four for Pool and Spa. No last name was provided for Jordan.

Frankfurt 1031 Exchange 18, Books by Schmidt 10

James Curtis Kilpatrick led Frankfurt with 10 points. Scoring four each were Noah Finkler and Bently Reed.

Scoring four each for Books were Ellison Ingram and Parker Duffin. Conor Graham chipped in two points.

Merrill Lynch 28, Imagine Data Services 26

Bradley Griffith hit double digits for Merrill with 10 points. Scoring six each were Will Horin and Blake Marracco. Luke Horin tossed in four and Jayden Hall two.

Parker Bloom knocked down 12 for Imagine and Davidson Lee, 10. Contributing two each were Graham Herndon and Lilly Miller.

Ages 5-6

Subway 29, Dermatology Specialist 11

Tanner Reese and Jayden Mullins each scored eight for Subway. Eli Byron scored six and Brosnan Kramer, three. Contributing two each were Ethan Robinson and Carson Gregory.

Joseph Hayes led Dermatology with six points. Nikolas Dudley scored two. Chipping in one point each were John Sawyer McClain, Foster Alley and Ansleigh Reynolds.

Labrada’s Home Improvement 32, O’Connell and Associates 30

Jarvis Rickman had the hot hand for Labrada’s with 16 points. Scoring five each were Maxius Miller and Colin O’Brannon. Mack Horin scored four, while Nora Reyes and Maxx Carrow each added one point.

Griffin Terry was high-point player for O’Connell with 14 points. Scoing five each were Warren Smith and David Burac. Henry Arth and Abel Smith each added three points.

Nathan Hall DMD winner, Championship Title forfeit

Ages 3-4

Be My Shopper 26, O’Connell and Associates 17

Harrison Schmidt led Be My Shopper with 11 points. Joshua Hernandez scored seven and Bennett Schmidt four. Tossing in two each were Hunter Daniels and Alex Murray.

Joan Sebastian led O’Connell with six points. Harper Kemper scored five, Ace Hastings four and Wyatt Ullery two.

Subway 49, B&C Fire Safety 37

Caden Colgan was high-point player for Subway with 23 points. Michael Powell scored 12 and Silas Stickler six. Mason Hughes scored four, Masiah Sanders three and Maximilian Bialetskly one.

Tucker Reese led Fire Safety with 16 points. Scoring seven each were Greyson Dick and Noelle Reyes. Chipping in two each were Brantley Bailey and Mallory Horn.