Destin youth basketball results
The youth basketball program at the Destin Community Center was in full swing this past weekend with games played Friday evening and Saturday.
Here are some of the results from the different age divisions:
•D&D Services put it all together to pull off a win over The Will Lawyer. Leading the way for D&D was Parker Bloom who poured in 19 of the teams 26 points. J.B. Martin, Ariel Coleman and Terry Kane also scored in the winning effort. Wyatt Kilpatrick Jr. was the leading scorer for The Will Lawyer with eight points, followed by Jax O’Dell with six and Jace Alexander with two.
• Moe’s Southwest Grill held on to defeat 654Limo 20 to 18. William Horin was top scorer with eight points followed by Henry Frankfort’s six. Jack Ullery topped 654Limo with six points followed by Rocco Dominic with five and Brandon Chauvin with four.
• Dermatology Specialists of FL edged out Wood and Associates, PA 20-19. Warren Danes led the Specialist with 11 points. Jayce Roberson scored six and Nolan Dooly three. Not to be outdone, Alexander Srnecek came up with 10 points in the losing cause. Zai’shawn Brown chipped in five while Carter Dallman had three and Jabari Walthour Jr. one.
• Harbor Capital had dominating performances from Maddox Mason with 12 and Jackson Black with 10 points, as they defeated Happyfeet.net 24-13. Brooklynn Cisek hung tough for Happyfeet with 10 points, while James Campbell chipped in three points.
• Donovan Development had a late surge to pull off a 14-9 win over Frankfort 1031 Exchange. Sean Simon scored 10 and Eli Scharf tossed in four points for the lone scorers for the winning team. Gabriel Spears scored eight and Diego Rodriguez one for Exchange.
• ThomCo Enterprises held on for a one point win, 24-23, over LDV Beach Service. Brooks Chouinard was on fire in the losing cause scoring 17 points. Mason McPhillips scored six. The winners were led Cannon Wilbur with 10 points, followed by Ebner Ingram with five and Max Thomas with four. Austin Anderson chipped in two points.
• Happyfeet.net defeated LuLu’s Destin 24-16 in a hard fought game. Logan Reeder was top scorer with 16 points, followed by Aiden Garza with eight. LuLu’s put up a balanced scoring attack with Gunner Smith, Caleb Wright and John Kelvin each scoring four.
• Home Instead Senior Care came out ahead of Hoff Floors LLC 15-8. Fisher Kelly led his team to victory scoring six points. Lola Warren scored four, Roland White three, and Wade Harrell two. Hoff Floors divided their scoring between three players with Hayes Wright scoring four, while Griffin Cann and Ryder Matekovich each scored two.
• DEA Solutions was too strong for Infinite Lasers as they came up with 12 points from Mason Wetzel. Carter Phillips and Calvin had four points each while Ethan Chance and Brayden Waters each had two. Landon Ullrich’s six points wasn’t enough to overcome the swarming defense of DEA. Addison Taylor and Mason George each scored two points for Lasers.
• Frankfort Law beat America’s Swimming Pool Co. 22-12. Jordan Figueroa led the winners with eight points followed by Braxton Bears six, Will Blanchard four and the brothers Bryce and Brock Dugan with two each. The scoring load for America’s was shared by Will Porter with six; John Rice, four; and Madeleine Swilley, two.
• AAMCO Total Car Care beat Coastal Accounting 35-6. The balanced scoring attack was led by Allen Collins with 12 points followed by Cayden Douglas, Damian Alexander, Gysel Nohrenberg, Reagan Palmer and Ryan Willis with four points each. Coastal was led by Eisley Ingram with four points while Allen Binkley, Miller Lindsley, and Gavie Warren all played tough defense.
• The swarming defense of Merrill Lynch/McGovern & O’Dell was a little too tough for Beach’N Destin this week as they came away with a 37-18 victory. Luis Jose’ Figueroa was the top scorer with 18 points. Deangelo Shorts chipped in six points followed by Elijah Oswald, Kevin Downing and Jalen Tomita with four each. Beach’N Destin was led by
Izaiah Fellciano’s nine points. Maddox Fayard had four points followed by Hunter Barber with thee and Erik Scott with two.
• In a barnburner, Goodyear Wingfoots came back from a 16 point deficit, but couldn’t hold on for the win as they lost 32-29 to Northwest Florida Fair. The winners were led by Carston Phillips with eight points. Carrington Phillips, J. Cole Riche and Noah Wright had six apiece. In the losing cause, Harrison Orr had 12 points followed by Jessica Pierce with nine. Jax Lechner and Brick Larabee each scored four.
• In the battle of the neighbors, Fat Daddy’s Arcade came out on top over Fudpuckers 26-14. With a balanced scoring attack led by Daniil and Pavel Baturyn scoring eight and six points respectively, along with four from Wyatt Wainwright. Meanwhile, Grayson Hunter, put up 10 points. Noah Mason added four points.
• Hammerthread Embroidery edged out Lenny’s Subs 34-30. Zander Davis was high scorer for Hammerthread with 16 points. Kirch Bright added 10 points. Adams White put up five and Donovan Monsees came away with three points. Diego Perez went down swinging scoring 16 points. He was backed up by Eason Ingram and Jorge Ortega with four points each. Nicholas Pierce, David Zepp and Jackson Runnels each had two.
• Trustmark Bank came away with a 20 point win over Gameday Pizza.The tandem of Blake Rigdon with 16 and Trey Wainwright who had 14 were just too much for Gameday to deal with. Hudson Akers also contributed eight points. Gameday was led by Ian Thomas and Luke Edelman with eight and Kaylin Winter with six.
• Home Depot edging out Beach’N Destin 36-30. Michael Coppola and Campbell DeBra shared the scoring honors with 14 points each. Jaxon Steffen added six points followed by Joesph Guillory two. Logan Cann poured in 11 points for Beach’N Destin while John Castillo scored seven and Ian Mollihan chipped in six.
On The Coast Magazine proved once again to be too much for Payne Chiropractic as they came out on top 56-24. Tony Payne was the leading scorer for Coast with 17 followed by Gabe Hamilton with 16 and Logan Massingill 11. Payne put up a valiant effort with R.J. Perez leading the way with nine points. Brendon Kelley added seven and Logan Elder six.