Anglers whip Nathan Hall in youth basketball action in Destin
Jaden Fair fired up the nets for 28 points to lead Anglers to a 44-30 victory over Nathan Hall in the 7-8 Division of Destin’s Youth Basketball League at the Destin Community Center on Saturday.
Fair scored 18 points in the first half and then dumped in 10 in the second.
The first half of play was close with Anglers holding a 21-17 lead at the break.
Others scoring for Anglers were Elias McCoy with eight points; and Jackson Black and Taylor Hostetler each with four.
Greyson Fitzgerald was high-point player for Nathan Hall with 22 points. Quentin Saviola scored six and Luke Horin chipped in two points.
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Championship Title Agency 24, Island Pier 7
Nash Fosdyck was tops for Championship with 12 points. Tanner Reese scored four. Tossing in two points each were Kemper Macdonald, Elijah Slaton, Miles Merritt and John Powers.
Gaige Cowgill scored five for Island Pier and Jarvis Rickman two.
McGovern O’Dell and Associates 22, Kevin Kramer Group 10
Ian Moran led McGovern with eight points. Luke Horin scored six, and Jax O’Dell four. Chipping in two each were Conor Graham and James Imondi.
Layla Austin scored six points for Kramer Group and Jayden Mullins picked up the other four points.
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Pristine Paint 20, Xtreme Steam 18
Jayce Roberson was the go-to-guy for Paint with 14 points. Carter Dallman scored the other six points.
Scoring six points each for Xtreme were Brett Austin and Mya Divens. Bentley Reed scored four and Ethan Thomas, two.
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Dynamic Pain 43, BOTE 12
Dynamic spread out the scoring. Calix McCune was tops with 10 points. Cruz McCune scored seven. Tossing in six points each were David Orsua, Joseph Orsua and Noah Reynolds. Cullen McCune and Joseph Oakes each scored four points.
Gabriel Harper led BOTE with six points. Contributing two each were Trey Macdonald, Tristan Cooper and Beau Tinteman.
Trustmark Bank 41, BOTE 31
Scoring in double digits for Trustmark were Easton Clevenger with 15 points and Mason York, 13. Arianna Devito and Leah Imondi each scored four points, Kamdym Davis hit for three and Miles Carter scored two.
Alex Murray led BOTE with 14 points. Chase Duray scored eight, Maksym Cooper six, Elizabeth Robinson two and Jacob Warren one.