Destin Youth Basketball League results posted

Tina Harbuck | 315-4466 | @DestinLogTina |

The Destin Youth Basketball League is in full swing at the Destin Community Center. Here are some of the results from the third week of action in the various age groups.

Ages 3/4

Frankfurt Law 21, McGovern O’Dell and Associates 13

Frankfurt led 13-7 at the half. Hitting double digits for the winners was J.B. Martin with 11 points. Henry Frankfurt scored four, Jackson Hohn three and Rohan Kapur, two.

Jax O’Dell was tops for McGovern with six points. Jayden Hall scored five and Jocelyn Hernandez two.

Bubba Gump 21, Bote 16

Bubba was on top 11-8 at the break. Thatcher Sommerville scored five for Bubba, while Nash Fosdyck and Luke Horin each scored four. Terry Griffin scored three, and Nolan Hostein and Dylan Casado chipped in two each.

Drew Tedder fired up the nets for Bote with eight points. Scoring two each were Lilly Tedder, Isaiah Paulino, Kooper Klosterman and Tripp Cox.

Ages 5/6

Frankfurt Law 17, Payne Chiropractic 7

Frankfurt jumped out to an 11-3 lead in the first half. Leading the way for Frankfurt was Lucas Harrington with seven points. Logan Smith scored five points, Lucille Frankfurt four and Gavin Webb one.

David Feczko was tops for Payne with four points. Adelle Howsden chipped in two points and Jayden Rigsby one.

Bubba Gump 16, Gulf Coast Electric 7

Ethan Thomas was the hot hand for Bubba with eight points. William Horin scored four points, Cayman Johnson three and Anthony one.

Malachi Grimes scored five points for Gulf Coast, while Bentley Reed and Dalton Aaron each scored one point.

ALP Lawn and Landscaping 21, Stu’s Pro Painting 16

Landscaping led 13-9 at the break. Zai’Shawn Brown was high-point player for Landscaping with 11 points. B.J. Walthour Jr. scored five and Kade Kominos, three. Chipping in one point each were Camren Davis and Kyle Walling.

Hamilton Martin led Stu’s with seven points. Max Thomas scored four points, McCarver Dahlman hit for three points, and Quentin Saviola and Parker Martin each scored one.

Wild Willy’s 33, Kidz 4 Kidz 7

Wild Willy’s dominated taking a 17-3 lead in the first half. Bentlee Bailey was tops for Wild Willy’s with 14 points. Diego Rodriguez scored seven, Parker Bloom scored six, Jordan Galloway hit for five, and Connolly Barcus one.

Jack Harrell scored four for Kidz. Chipping in one each were James Espy, Christopher Denney and Molly Jane Hall.

Ages 7/8

Fudpucker’s 16, Destin Firefighters 10

Scoring six points each for the winners were Owen Atkins and Javarious Snipes. Ethan Holstein scored four points and Sara Oakes two.

Ebner Ingram scored six for Firefighters. Scoring two each were Ethan Chance and Brooks Chouinard Jr.

Northwest Florida Fair 19, Wood and Associates 13

Griffin Cann led Fair with six points. Scoring two each were Cannon Wilbur, Caden Job, Wade Harrell, Tristan Cooper, Jack Jenkins and Cooper Wood. Brody Harrell tossed in one point.

Roland White was tops for Wood with eight points. Alex Sreneck chipped in three points and Isabella Riggs two.

Salvati’s Pizza 30, 10

Mason George was high-point player for Salvati’s with 10 points. Brayden Waters scored eight and Carter Phillips six. Scoring two points each were Hayden Barcus, Haver Reger and Anabelle Shackelford.

James Campbell was tops for Happyfeet with six points. Bradley Campbell and Cameron Kerns each tossed in two points.

Frankfurt 1031 Exchange 32, Century 21 Blue Marlin 9

Sean Simon hit double digits for Frankfurt with 14 points. Scoring six points each were Parker Yates, Charlie Frankfurt and Dane Warren.

Dylan Malinowitzer scored four points for Century 21, while Brock Dugan hit for three and Easton Bracket scored two.

Ages 9/10

Fudpucker’s 26, Suntrust Mortgage 18

Suntrust trailed by only two points at the half. Scoring in double digits for Fud’s was Noah Mason with 10 points. Garrett Jacobs and Gavin Garrity each scored six points. Grayson Hunter chipped in four.

Mason Wetzel scored eight for Suntrust. Gunnar Smith and Lola Warren each hit for four points.

Goodyear Wingfoots 21, Seaside Spine 12

Baylen Knox scored 10 for Goodyear, while Kelwin Tsao and James Boykin each scored four. Reeve Dwyer added three.

Bryce Dugan scored five for Seaside, Brian Torres four, Brady Kelley two and Hunter Barber one.

Signchick Signs 31, AJ’s 2

Jacob Castle blasted off 14 points for Signchick. Scoring four each were Roman Leibold and Andrew Atkins. Christian Harnish scored three, while Brandon Harnish, Addison Taylor and Janiko Alve each scored two.

Greyson Sommerville scored two for AJ’s.

Donut Hole 24, Golf Garden 16

Wyatt Wainwright fired up the nets for 16 points for Donut Hole. Scoring two each were Maddox Hayles, Braxton Beard and Zachary Clark.

Jordan Figueroa scored six for Golf Garden. Will Blanchard and Eisley Ingram each tossed in five points.

Wood and Associates 20, Fat Daddy’s Arcade 18 (OT)

Scoring six each for the winners were Noah Lynch and Jessica Pierce. Kace Gould scored four, while Liam Allan Pohl and Grayson Wood each chipped in two points.

Zachary Thomas hit double digits for Fat Daddy’s with 10 points. McKenzie Toth scored six and Price Bowen scored two.