Arrow Disposal Services wins in overtime

Tina Harbuck
Coach Dwight Atchley of World Impact Real Estate huddles up the team during a time out. World Impact beat Executive Air 34-28 in their last game of the season in the Destin Youth Basketball League. [TINA HARBUCK/THE LOG]

David Feczko scored 12 points to lead Arrow Disposal Services in a 32-28 overtime victory over McGovern O’Dell Associates in the 5/6 age division of the Destin Youth Basketball League played at the Destin Community Center.

Feczko scored four in the first half, and then poured it on in the second with eight points.

Miller Smith scored eight for Arrow, while Zoe Fayard tossed in six. Scoring two each were Graham Herndon, Aaron Magee and Judson Phillips.

Jax O’Dell led McGovern with 10 points. Kane Terry scored eight, Cayman Johnson and Harper Reynolds each scored four, and Wyatt Kilpatrick scored two.

In other 5/6 action:

The Will Lawyer 16, Budget Blinds 16 (after overtime)

Joseph Oakes was the go-to guy for The Will Lawyer with 12 points. Noah Ribeiro and Blake Marraco each contributed two points.

Jordyn Spence scored six for Budget. Chipping in two each were Kindall Sandom, Logan Wright, Karis Jones, James Curtis and James Imondi.

Ace of South Walton 28, Frankfurt Law 12

Tyler Rojas scored 10 for Ace. Contributing four each were Jack Harrell, Carter McLendon and Hunter Ray. Scoring two each were James Espy, Davidson Lee and Mox Hoy.

Molly Jane Hall scored four for Frankfurt. Scoring two each were J.B. Martin, Jude Fuller, Bentley Reed and Kayden Gonzalez.

Salvati’s Pizza 20, Culver’s 4

William Horin was high-point player for Salvati’s with eight points. Scoring four each were Luke Horin, Parker Bloom and Bentlee Bailey.

Cruz Bryant scored all four for Culver’s.

Ages 7/8

Fudpucker’s 30, ThomCo Enterprises 11

Lavin McDaniel knocked down 12 points for Fud’s. Cannon Wilbur and Caden Job each scored six. Chipping in two each were Connor Job, Ebner Ingram and J. Miles Galloway.

Max Thomas scored six for ThomCo. Jake Izer and Candace Berry each scored two, while Nolan Dooly chipped in one.

Pristine Painting 28, Frankfurt 1031 Exchange

Jaden Fair was top scorer for Pristine with eight points. Scoring six each were Jayce Roberson and Anthony Kirby. Cole McCunney and Samuel Magee each scored four.

Scoring two each for Frankfurt were Brooks Chouinard, Diego Rodriguez, Ethan Thomas and Holden Hughes.

Ages 3/4

AJ’s 30, Landsharks 14

Nolan Holstein fired up the nets for 14 points for AJ’s. Cole Brietich scored six and Braxton Comer four. Chipping in two each were Mock Horin, Trey Lee and Jack Lee.

Joseph Cope scored 10 for Landsharks. Sasa Sellers and Addison Gordon each chipped in two.

Wild Willy’s 38, Kidz 4 Kidz 14

Jackson Riebli was tops for Wild Willy's with 10 points. Matthew Bardin scored six. Tossing in four each were Griffin Terry, Lilly Tedder, Nik Baturyn and Bogdan Cheptene. Scoring two each were Hadley Bahena, Bennett Barcus and Nikolas Dudley.

Miles Merritt scored eight for Kidz. Michael Guin hit for four and Lincoln Tremper two.

Ages 9/10

Carr, Riggs, and Ingram 20, Frankfurt Law 12

Carson Fayard led Carr with nine points. Palmer Robbins scored five, while Greyson Sommerville, Isabella Riggs and Nickolas Otto each scored two.

Gavin Bartlett scored six for Frankfurt. Ethan Chance hit for four and Charlie Frankfurt, two.

The Shard Shop 27, Coastal Cruisers 2

Tyrus Grimes was high-point player for Shard Shop with 13 points. Scoring four each were Alexander Shepherd and Maxwell Jones. Chipping in two each were Makala Kostrzewski, Andy Barragan and Jeremiah Quinn.

Anabelle Schackelford scored the two points for Coastal.

Ages 11/15

Trustmark National Bank 56, Fudpucker’s 21

Hitting double digits for Trustmark were Pavel Baturyn with 14 and Daniil Baturyn with 13. Others scoring were Parker Seagle with nine, L.J. Figueroa eight, Armin Kalausis six, and Ashton Rieper, Jack Tenholder and Reece Dwyer two each.

Eason Ingram led Fud’s with 12 points. Others scoring two each were Campbell Debra, David Zepp and Zi-Hoa Kelwin Tsao.

Great Clips 38, Lady Marlins 20

Spencer MacKenzie fired up the nets for 18 points for Great Clips. J.Cole Riche scored seven, Tyler Lowe six, Price Bowen three, and Ethan Ramsey and Parker Gilliam two each.

Scoring six each for Lady Marlins were Jessica Pierce and Nathan Stepp. Regan Palmer scored four, while Cami Davies and Elaina Perkins each scored two.

World Impact Real Estate 34, Executive Air 28

Scoring in double-digits for World Impact was Logan Cann with 14 and Ryan Driscoll with 12. Ian Mollihan scored four, while Zander Davis and Branden McClellan each scored two.

Aiden Davis and Michael Cappola each scored six for Executive Air. Contributing four each were Alex Kruise, Dylan Waters and Jaxson LaPointe. Parker Kajala and Jacob Stepp each chipped in two.

Emerald Coast Move Pro 34, Destin Custom Home Builders 32

Maddox Fayard fired up the nets for 20 points for Move Pro. Allen Collins scored eight, while Zach Thomas, Erik Scott and Hawk Yohe each chipped in two.

Jandel Gadea was tops for Home Builders with 11 points. Noah Lynch scored nine, Cooper Hall four, Andrew Atkins three, Carston Phillips and Maddox Hayles two each, and Austin McDowell, one.