Youth league scores before the holidays

Tina Harbuck | 315-4466 | @DestinLogTina | tharbuck@thedestinlog.com
Kooper Klosterman brings the ball down the floor for Bote in youth basketball action at the Destin Community Center. Bote lost 18-10 to Frankfurt Law in the 3- to 4-year-old division. TINA HARBUCK/THE LOG

The Destin Youth Basketball League hit the courts one last time before the holiday break at the Destin Community Center. Here are some of the results from the action in the various age groups.

Ages 3/4

Frankfurt Law 18, Bote 10

Frankfurt led 14-4 at the half. Top scorer for the winning team was Henry Frankfurt with nine points. J.B. Martin tossed in six points, while Sameera Kapur scored two points and Joseph Cope one.

Drew Tedder led Bote with five points. Tripp Cox scored four and Ava Cooper one.

Bubba Gump 36, McGovern O’Dell and Associates 23

Bubba jumped out to an 18-9 lead in the first half. Scoring in double-digits for Bubba were Luke Horin with 13 points and Thatcher Sommerville with 10. Nash Fosdyck scored five, Nolan Holstein four, and Dylan Casado two.

Jax O’Dell was the go-to-guy for McGovern with 15 points. Jayden Hall added eight.

Ages 5/6

Gulf Coast Electric 12, Payne Chiropractic 12 (tie)

Scoring for Gulf Coast was Dalton Aaron with four points, Joey Carmona and Malachi Grimes each with three points, and Jonah Llanos two.

David Feczko led Payne with six points. Jayden Rigsby scored three, Alto Jackson hit for two, and Michael Mims one point.

ALP Lawn and Landscaping 26, Wild Willy’s 15

Landscaping stepped out to an 18-5 lead in the first half. Kade Kominos tossed in eight points for Landscaping and King Clemons six. Zai’Shawn Brown and Camren Davis each scored five and Kyle Walling two.

Parker Bloom was tops for Wild Willy’s with eight points. Jordan Galloway scored six and Diego Roderiguez one.

Kidz 4 Kidz 19, Frankfurt Law 11

Jack Harrell fired up the nets for Kidz with 13 points. James Espy scored four and Molly Jane Hall hit for two.

Logan Smith led Frankfurt with nine points. Scoring one point each were Graham Herndon and Kade Henry.

Stu’s Pro Painting 21, Bubba Gump 10

Stu’s led 11-4 at the half. Hamilton Martin was tops for Stu’s with six points. Finn Moak scored five and Max Thomas hit for three. Scoring two points each were McCarver Dahlman and Stephen Riggs. Quentin Saviola, Parker Martin and Joseph Oakes each scored one point.

William Horin scored nine for Bubba and Ethan Thomas chipped in one point.

Ages 9/10

Signchick Signs 22, Fat Daddy’s Arcade 11

Liam McNeil led Signchick with eight points. Andrew Atkins scored six, Jacob Castle four and Brandon Harnish and Brody Plaiser each chipped in two points.

Fat Daddy’s was led by Zachary Thomas with six points and Price Bowen with five.

Suntrust Mortgage 16, Wood and Associates 14

Wood led 12-8 at the half. Leading Suntrust was Mason Wetzel with 10 points. Scoring two points each were Brackin Cobb, Connor Dooly and Carson Fayard.

Noah Lynch tossed in six points for Wood. Scoring four each were Liam Allan Pohl and Kace Gould.

Ages 11/13

Harbor Capital 33, Gameday Pizza 21

Harbor jumped out to a 25-12 lead in the first half. Nicholas Pierce was tops for Harbor with 12 points. Blake Rigdon scored nine and Griffin Moore eight. Chipping in two points each were Shawn DeFault and Spencer MacKenzie.

Michael Coppola hit for eight points for Gameday. Ian Thomas nailed two 3s for six points, while Debra Campbell, Eason Ingram and Jandel Gadea each scored two points.

Executive Air 29, Bubba Gump 23

Scoring in double figures for Executive was Carston Phillips with 16 points. Logan Cann scored nine, while Trey Rahilly and Ryan Willis each chipped in two points.

Hudson Cook knocked down 13 points for Bubba. Zeke Oswald scored six and DeAngelo Shorts and Kevin Downing added two each.

Trustmark Bank 53, Blanken Management 5

High-point player for Trustmark was Kiroh Bright with 20 points. Parker Seagle scored nine and Preston Murphy eight. Aiden Garrity chipped in six, John Balfers and Adam White each scored five.

Jaxson Stezten and Damian Alexander each scored two points for Blanken. Braxton Taylor tossed in one point.