EC Move Pro come from behind for win

Tina Harbuck
tharbuck@thedestinlog.com
Eason Ingram of Fudpucker's comes down with a rebound while Ava Smith of Emerald Coast Move Pro guards. Ingram scored nine points for Fud's, while Smith tossed in four for Move Pro. Move Pro won the game 27-23. [TINA HARBUCK/THE LOG]

Trailing at the half, Emerald Coast Move Pro came on strong in the second to pull off a 27-23 win over Fudpucker’s in the 11-15 year old division of the city of Destin’s Youth Basketball League.

In the first half, Fudpucker’s put up 14 points, while holding Move Pro to eight.

Move Pro came out firing the second half, putting up 19 points for the win.

Leading the attack for Move Pro was Zach Thomas with eight points. Allen Collins scored six, while Ava Smith and Isaiah Batarao each put up four points. Ian Thomas scored three and Adams White two.

Eason Ingram was tops for Fud’s with nine points. Campbell Debra scored six and Steven Zepp and Zi-Hoa Kelwin Tsao each scored three. Eisley Ingram chipped in two points.

Here are the other scores from the third week of play in the various age groups:

Ages 11/15

Great Clips 47, World Impact Real Estate 26

Scoring in double digits for Great Clips was Spencer MacKenzie with 16 and Kirch Bright 12. Price Bowen scored seven and Ethan Ramsey and Parker Gilliam each scored two.

Logan Cann was tops for World Impact with 20 points. Pierce Forrester scored four and Zander Davis two.

Trustmark National Bank 53, Destin Custom Home Builders 19

Pavel Baturyn was high-point player for Trustmark with 22 points. Daniil Baturyn ran a close second with 18 points. Parker Seagle and Armin Kalausis each scored four, Jack Tenholder three, and Reece Dwyer two.

Carston Phillips led Home Builders with 12 points. Chipping in two points each were Noah Lynch, Maddox Hayles and Cooper Hall. Andrew Atkins made one point.

Executive Air LLC 25, Lady Marlins 14

Aiden Davis put up seven points for Executive Air. Scoring six each were Parker Kajala and Evan Kajala. Alex Kruise scored four points and Jacob Stepp, two.

Nathan Stepp put up five points for the Marlins. Elaina Perkins scored four, while Grace Ousley and Aiden Mohr each scored two and Jessica Pierce one.

Ages 9/10

Nathan Hall DMD 29, Coastal Cruisers LLC 19

William Blanchard hit double digits for Nathan Hall with 10 points. Scoring seven each were Jordan Figueroa and Kadon Chapman. Brennen Leonard scored four and Austin Erwin one.

James Boykin led Coastal with nine points. Mason George scored six, while Aiden Garza and Anabelle Shackelford each tossed in two.

Island Pier 23, Frankfurt Law 16

Owen Atkins was high man for Island Pier with seven points. Tossing in four each were Hayden Barcus, Carter Phillips and John Rice. Griffin Cann and Helena Hunter each put up two.

Ethan Chance hit double digits for Frankfurt with 11 points. Charlie Frankfurt scored five.

Carr, Riggs and Ingram 27, The Shard Shop 6

Tops for Carr was Greyson Sommerville with nine points. Dylan Marracco scored eight; Jorge Granados, six; and Carson Fayard and Antonello Alve, two each.

Jeremiah Quinn scored four for Shard Shop and Brayden Etier, two.

Ages 7/8

Fudpucker’s 50, Stu’s Pro Painting 14

Knocking down double digits for Fud’s was Lavin McDaniel with 16, Ebner Ingram 14 and Caden Job 12. Cannon Wilbur and Connor Job each scored three and Bentley Partlowe, two.

Hamilton Martin and McCarver Dahlman each scored five for Stu’s, while Cooper Smith and Jackson Marracco each hit for two points.

Wood and Associates 20, Frankfurt 1031 Exchange 18

Cooper Wood led Wood and Associates with seven points. Jaden Herrera scored six. Maddox Mason and Logan Smith each scored two and Isabelle Imondi, one.

Scoring six points each for Frankfurt were Ethan Thomas and Holden Hughes. Brooks Chouinard, Diego Rodriguez and Eli Scharf each hit for two points.

Gulf Coast Electric 26, Pristine Painting 9

Alexander Srnecek was tops for Gulf Coast with eight points. Carter Dallman and Zai’shawn Brown each scored six, Kingston Hutchinson four, and Malachi Grimes two.

Parker Yates and Samuel Magee each scored four for Pristine. Jayce Roberson chipped in one point.

ThomCo Enterprises 22, Active Marketing 9

Pierce Malin put up eight points for ThomCo. Max Thomas and John Ryan Brown each scored four, while Aiden Powell, Jake Izer and Candace Berry each scored two.

Jackson Black led Active with seven points. Kellen Ramsey added two points.

Ages 5/6

Frankfurt Law 18, Arrow Disposal Services 14

Henry Frankfurt led Frankfurt Law with six points. Scoring four each were J.B. Martin, Bentley Reed and Kayden Gonzalez.

Aaron Magee was tops for Arrow Disposal with six points. David Feczko and Graham Herndon each scored four.

Culver’s 20, The Will Lawyer 16

Cruz Bryant and Alden Hadaway each scored eight points for Culver’s, while Jeremiah Ray and Jayden Hall each tossed in two points.

Joseph Oakes led The Will Lawyer with eight points. Evan McCunney scored four, while Blake Marraco and Leighton Gordon tossed in two.

Ace of South Walton 28, McGovern O’Dell Associates 6

Tyler Rojas knocked down 14 points for Ace. Carter McLendon and Hunter Ray each scored four. Tossing in two each were Jack Harrell, Davidson Lee and Mox Hoy.

Scoring two each for McGovern were Kane Terry, Jalyric Reynolds and Harper Reynolds.

Salvati’s Pizza 36, Budget Blinds 18

William Horin fired up the nets for 30 points to lead Salvati’s. Thatcher Sommerville added four and Parker Bloom, two.

Jordyn Spence led Budget with 16 points and Logan Wight added two.

Ages 3/4

AJ’s 22, Wild Willy’s 16

Trey Lee tossed in 12 points for AJ’s and Nolan Holstein, six. Mock Horin and Braxton Comer each scored two.

Griffin Terry and Hadley Bahena each scored six for Wild Willy’s, while Lilly Tedder and Brogdan Cheptene tossed in two.

Landsharks 20, Kidz 4 Kidz 12

Scoring four each for Landsharks were Sasa Sellers, Dylan Casado, Marshall Fortenberry, Jarvis Rickman and Addison Gordon.

Miles Merritt led Kidz with 10 points. Eli Cooper added two points.