SPORTS

YOUTH BASKETBALL: Coastal Cruisers slip by Carr, Riggs and Ingram

Tina Harbuck
tharbuck@thedestinlog.com

After taking an 18-10 lead in the first half, Coastal Cruisers put Carr, Riggs and Ingram away 25-17 in the 9-10 year old action of the Destin Youth Basketball League played at the Destin Community Center.

Mason George led Coastal with 12 points, six in each half. Scoring four points each were Gunnar Smith and Calvin Blackman. Tyler Nims and Christian O’Brien each scored two and Baylen Knox chipped in one point.

Tops for Carr were Carson Fayard with eight points, six coming in the first half. Greyson Sommerville scored four, Dylan Marracco three and Eli Taylor two.

In other 9/10 action:

Island Pier 36, The Shard Shop 3

Scoring in double digits for Island Pier were Brayden Waters with 15 points and Carter Phillips 10. Hayden Barcus scored four, Ryder Matedovich hit for three, while Griffin Cann and Anthony Hearn each chipped in two.

Sara Oakes scored two points for The Shard Shop and Anthony Griffin scored one.

Nathan Hall DMD 30, Frankfurt Law 11

Jordan Figueroa was tops for Nathan Hall with 12 points. William Blanchard scored eight, while Austin Erwin and Wesley Hall each scored four. Ethan Holstein scored two points.

Charlie Frankfurt led Frankfurt Law with seven points. Ethan Chance scored five, and Gavin Bartlett four.

Ages 11/15

Trustmark National Bank 56, Executive Air 23

Pavel Baturyn was the high-point player for Trustmark with 18 points. Daniil Baturyn scored 11, and LJ Figueroa hit for 10. Parker Seagle scored nine, Jack Tenholder six and Lanie Wilson two.

Parker Kajala scored 12 for Executive Air. Scoring three each were Michael Cappola and Janiko Alve. Alex Kruise and Jaxson LaPointe scored two each and Aiden Davis hit for one point.

Destin Custom Home Builders 47, Lady Marlins 21

Jandel Gadea led Home Builders with 17 points. Carston Phillips and Andrew Atkins each scored seven and Maddox Hayles, six. Noah Lynch and Cooper Hall each hit for four and Charlie Guillory chipped in two.

Nathan Stepp and Elaina Perkins both scored six for the Lady Marlins. Cami Davies and Regan Palmer each added four points, and Jessica Pierce, one.

World Impact Real Estate 32, Fudpucker’s 29

Zander Davis was high-scorer for World Impact with 18 points. Chris Blanchard scored six. Tossing in two points each were Logan Cann, Ryan Driscoll, Pierce Forrester and Dalton Taylor.

Scoring seven each for Fud’s were Campbell Debra and Damian Alexander. Ayden Zepp scored six, Hunter Barber four, Eisley Ingram three and David Zepp two.

Great Clips 40, Emerald Coast Move Pro 34

Spencer MacKenzie was tops for Great Clips with 16 points. Ethan Ramsey and Price Bowen each scored seven while Kirch Bright scored six. Austin Nims and Tyler Lowe each contributed two points.

Zach Thomas scored eight for Move Pro and Maddox Fayard seven. Ian Thomas scored six, Allen Collins five, Jacob Castle four and Isaiah Batarao and Erik Scott two each.

Ages 7/8

Wood and Associates 12, Active Marketing 10

Scoring four each for Wood were Myatt Shackelford and Jaden Herrera. Cooper Wood and Maddox Mason each scored two.

Kellen Ramsey scored four for Active Marketing. Jackson Black scored three, Meredith Deman two and Jackson Rasmey one.

Gulf Coast Electric 31, Stu’s Pro Painting 26

Zai’Shawn Brown tossed in 12 points to lead Gulf Coast. Carter Dallman scored six, Alexander Srnecek five, Kingston Hutchinson four and King Clemons and Christian Lehman two each.

Hamilton Martin led Stu’s with eight points. Carter Marracco and McCarver Dahlman each scored six. Jackson Marracco scored three, Cooper Smith two and Kristalyn Winters one.

Fudpucker’s 29, Pristine Painting 15

Ebner Ingram put up 10 points in the first half to lead Fud’s. Cannon Wilbur and Caden Job each scored five, while Lavin McDaniel scored four, Connor Job three and Dalton Aaron two.

Jaden Fair scored five for Pristine and Anthony Kirby scored four. Scoring two each were Jayce Roberson, Parker Yates and Samuel Magee.

ThomCo Enterprises 19, Frankfurt 1031 Exchange 17

Max Thomas knocked down 12 points to lead ThomCo. Aiden Powell scored five and Nolan Dooly two.

Scoring four each for Frankfurt were Brooks Chouinard, Ethan Thomas and Eli Scharf. Holden Hughes scored three and Draven Braden-Holt two.

Ages 5/6

Frankfurt Law 30, Culver’s 6

Bentley Reed fired up the net for 14 points to lead Frankfurt. J.B. Martin and Kayden Gonzalez each scored six while Henry Frankfurt and Jude Fuller each scored two.

Scoring two each for Culver’s were Cruz Bryant, Jayden Feliciano and Jayden Hall.

McGovern O’Dell Associates 22, Budget Blinds 14

Tossing in eight points each for McGovern were Jack Ullery and Harper Reynolds. Jax O’Dell scored four and Chase Adkinson two.

Jordyn Spence scored six for Budget Blinds and Stetson McDonald scored four. Scoring two each were Karis Jones and James Curtis.

Ace of South Walton 34, Salvati’s Pizza 24

Mox Hoy was tops for Ace with 10 points. Tyler Rojas and Carter McLendon each scored eight and Davidson Lee, four. Jack Harrell and Hunter Ray each chipped in two points.

Bentlee Bailey led Salvati’s with 10 points. William Horin scored eight, while Colton Romeo, Luke Horin and Sameera Kapur each scored two.

The Will Lawyer 24, Arrow Disposal Services 14

Joseph Oakes was high-point player for The Will Lawyer with 10 points. Blake Marraco scored eight, Jameson Galvin four and Leighton Gordon two.

David Feczko scored six for Arrow, while Graham Herndon scored four and Aaron Magee and Kellan Evans two each.

Ages 3/4

Wild Willy’s 12, Kidz 4 Kidz 10

Griffin Terry and Jackson Riebli each scored four for Wild Willy’s. Hadley Bahena and Connor Boggess each scored two.

Miles Merritt scored eight for Kidz and Lincoln Tremper two.

AJ’s 24, Landsharks 22

Nolan Holstein scored eight for AJ’s. Trey Lee scored six, Amerlia Srnecek scored four, while Mock Horin, Braxton Comer and Saira Bawa each scored two.

Joseph Cope was the go-to person for Landsharks with 12 points. Addison Gordon scored six and Jarvis Rickman four.