Pristine Paint rolls over Last Cast Charter

Tina Harbuck
tharbuck@thedestinlog.com
Jaden Fair of Pristine Paint goes in for a shot. Fair scored 16 points in the 31-14 win over Last Cast Charters. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO]

Jaden Fair fired up the nets for 16 points to lead Pristine Paint in a 31-14 win over Last Cast Charter in 9-10 year old action of the Destin Youth Basketball League at the Destin Community Center over the weekend.

Fair scored six points in the first half, and then hit four field goals in the second half, along with two free throws.

Pristine jumped out to a 19-4 lead in the first half and never looked back for the win.

Dylan Marracco hit double digits for Pristine with 10 points. Scoring two points each were Jayce Roberson and Alex Sheperd. Isaac Holbrook chipped in one.

Will Blanchard was the go-to guy for Last Cast with 10 points. Scoring two each were Calvin Blackman and Fisher Nelson.

In other 9-10 action:

DKM Custom Homes 30, Angel’s Upholstery 14

Owen Atkins led DKM with nine points, while Baylen Knox checked in with eight. Scoring four each were Hayden Barcus and Griffin Cann. Mason George scored three and Carter Phillips two.

Greyson Sommerwire led Angel’s with seven points. Brayden Waters scored three while Justine Zamora and Caleb Wright each tossed in two points.

Black’s Ballers 17, Frankfurt 1031 10

With the game tied at the half, Ballers came on strong in the second half for the win.

James Boykin was tops for Ballers with 10 points, six coming in the second half. Braxton Beard scored the other seven in the second half for the win.

Jayden Williams led Frankfurt with six points. Charlie Frankfurt scored three and Ryne Burks, one point.

Nathan Hall DMD 23, Subway 21

Jordan Figueroa led Nathan Hall with 12 points. Cameron Cook scored nine and Wesley Hall chipped in two points.

Scoring six points each for Subway were Christian Erlich and Robert Pankratz. William Babcock scored four, Jabari Weeks hit for three points and John Rice, two.

Dynamic Pain 44, 808 Mafia 16

Dynamic Pain had nine players score. Aaron Rowell led the way with nine points. Scoring six points each were Aiden Garza, Calix McCone and Kellen Ramsey. Xavier Crawford scored five, while Pierce Malin and Tyler Nims each scored four. Chipping in two each were Garret Figar and Christian O’Brien.

Triston Nunez led Mafia with 10 points. Aiden Powell scored four and Jake Izer contributed two points.

Ages 7-8

Our Greenhouse 29, Frankfurt 1031 7

Brayden Jeter fired up the nets for Greenhouse with 22 points. Jayden Rowell scored five and Joey Kirschten chipped in two.

Anthony Kirby scored three for Frankfurt, while King Clemmons and Colton Romeo each scored two points.

Dynamic Pain 40, Ace Hardware SW 31

The first half of play was close with Dynamic on top 19-18 at the buzzer.

Scoring in double digits for Dynamic were ZaiShawn Brown with 15 points and Cruze McLune with 10. Cullen McLune scored eight and William Cowles hit for three. Scoring two each were Avery Cowles and Jackson Ramsey.

Hitting eight points each for Ace were McCarver Dahlman and Hamilton Martin. Jackson Marracco scored six and Malachi Grimes it for four. Ryder Kendall and James Espy each scored two and Noah Finkler, one.

McGovern, O’Dell 32, Merrill Lynch 17

Max Thomas was high-point player for O’Dell with 14 points. Diego Rodriguez scored six while Jax O’Dell and Stephen Riggs each scored four. Chipping in two each were Parker Bloom and David Lee.

Scoring four each for Lynch were Treyvon Cooper, Heath Criswell and Camren Davis. Jarret Fanella-Zimmer and Rebekah Otto each scored two and Nash Fosdyck hit for one.

Budget Blinds 21, JBJ Flooring 4

David Feczko led Budget with eight points. Joseph Oakes scored six while Tyler Rojas hit for three points. Bentley Reed and Jordyn Spence each scored two.

Scoring two each for Flooring were Adler Daugherty and Trey MacDonald.

Ages 5-6

Frankfurt Law 26, Budget Blinds 20

Tossing in 10 points each for Frankfurt were Amelia Reyes and Trey Lee. Griffin Terry scored four and Nolan Holstein, two.

Connor Graham scored six for Budget. David Forwood and Lilly Tedder each scored four. Scoring two each were Matthew Bardin, Hudson Graham and Brock Sansom.

Aron’s Pool and Spa 18, The Will Lawyer 16

Elijah Feagin was tops for Aron’s with 16 points. Harper Schmidt scored the other two points.

Wyatt Kilpatrick scored eight for Lawyer and J.B. Martin four. Joseph Cope and Henry Frankfurt each scored two.

DKM Custom Homes 14, Wild Willy’s 12

Blake Marracco led DKM with eight points. Grayson Story scored four and Luca Devito, two.

Ian Mcran scored six, Bogdan Cheptene four and Jarvis Rickman two for Wild Willy’s.

Ages 3-4

Robbins Builders 24, 808 My Crew 16

Hudson Riggs led Robbins with six points. Grayton Robbins and Olson Smith each scored five. Tossing in two each were Dylan Murray, Barrett Robbins, Finley Rodenbough and Hunter Tintzmman.

Michael Guin scored five for My Crew. Wyatt Ullery scored four, while Maximus Miller, Adam Nagy and Warren Smith each scored two. Ryan Braga chipped in one.

Subway 34, Carrow Window Films 22

Carson Gregory was high-point player for Subway with 14 points and Trey Jeter hit for 11. Avery Bazylak scored five, while Matthew Dixon and Liam Webb each chipped in two.

Nora Reyes scored six for Carrow and Maxx Carrow hit for five. Jack Lee and Reese Rojas scored four each. Jazzlyn Drake scored two and Maxim Laricher, one.