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DKM Custom Homes edges out Panera Bread

Tina Harbuck
The Destin Log
The Destin Log

Brock Sansom fired up the nets for 16 points to lead DKM Custom Homes in a 19-17 win over Panera Bread in the 5-6 age division of the Destin Youth Basketball League at the Destin Community Center.

Matthew Dixon picked up the other three points for DKM.

Scoring for Panera were Barrett Robbins with five points. Hudson Riggs scored four. Others tossing in two points each were Brooks Olson Smith, William Thillet, Miles Merritt and Emmie Roberson.

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Jarvis Rickman was high-point player for Labrada’s with 18 points. Ethan Feagin scored eight and Colin O’Bannon, six. Contributed four points each were Mack Horin and Maxx Carrow. Maximus Miller scored two and Mason Mueller chipped in one.

Bentley Barnwell was on fire for Championship with 27 points. Madeleine Baughman picked up two points and Avery Culhane, one point.

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Joseph Hayes led Dermatology with seven points. Nikolas Dudley and Ansleigh Reynolds each scored four, while Anna Kate Hall and Foster Alley each contributed two.

Liam Wolfe was tops for Nathan Hall with eight points. Tiago Rella-Tillis scored five and Delanie Hayden chipped in one.

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Jayden Mullins was top scorer for Subway with eight points. Scoring seven each were Tanner Reese and Brosnan Kramer. Eli Byron scored six, while Ethan Robinson scored two. Chipping in one point each were Carson Gregory and Knox Waters.

Warren Smith led O’Connell with eight points. Scoring two each were David Burac and Griffin Terry. Charlie Zielinski added one point.

Age 7-8

Imagine Data Services 18, Books by Schmidt 10

Graham Herndon fired up the nets for Imagine with 12 points. Parker Bloom scored four and Davidson Lee added two.

Cayman Johnson scored four for Schmidt, while Parker Duffin and Conor Graham contributed two points.