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Wes McCard/The Thomaston TimesChris Richardson of the Bulls scores two points in thier 36-28 loss to the Nets.
Wes McCard/The Thomaston TimesChris Richardson of the Bulls scores two points in thier 36-28 loss to the Nets.
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10 & Under Girls-

Sun: 8

Sparks: 7

Courtney Blassingame scored six of the Sun’s points in their 8-7 victory over the Sparks. Blassingame scored four points in the opening quarter and two points in the fourth quarter to help the Sun earn the victory. A’Niaya Smith added two points for the Sun in the victory.

Zakiya Howard, My’Khia Brown, and Jamela Traylor each tallied two points for the Sparks. Aziyah Perry chipped in with one point in the defeat.

Storm: 13

Dream: 6

After trailing in the fourth quarter, the Storm got a 10-point performance from Jakera Ellerbee to earn a 13-6 come from behind victory over the Dream. Ellerbee led the Storm with her 10 points, while Jakhia Parker added two points and Briana Middlebrooks added one point.

Tranese Crafter, Tyla Zellner. and Kamia Colbert each tallied two points in defeat.

12 & Under Girls-

Stars: 39

Monarchs: 20

The Stars outscored the Monarchs 14-0 in the first quarter, as they cruised to a 39-20 victory last weekend. Alonzea Montgomery paced the Starts with a 12-point performance, while Norteciondra Traylor also added 12 points to reach double figures. Zykeria Geiger scored six points, while Kamya Rockemore chipped in with five points in the victory. Tykeria Geiger and D’Kaija Fagan each finished with game with two points.

Jada Gresham and Y’ Twanese Underwood each netted seven points in the loss, while Zykira Atwater added six points.

Comets: 26 OT

Monarchs: 22

Alexis Jordan scored four of her eight points in overtime to lead the Comets in a 26-22 victory over the Monarchs. Maliyah Howell led the Comets in scoring with 13 points, while Jordan added eight points. Caitlan Dumas and Karmisha Snelson each scored two points for the Comets.

The Monarchs failed to score in overtime, which led to their 26-22 defeat. Y’Twanese Underwood led the Monarchs with 13 points, while Jade Gresham pitched in with seven points. Desmonaa Green chipped in with two points in the contest.

14 & Under Boys-

Nets: 36

Bulls: 28

After trailing 13-12 at halftime, the Nets outscored the Bulls 24-15 in the second half of the game to earn a 36-28 victory. Branterick Alexander led the way for the Nets with 11 points, while Caleb Raines and Jaqualeon Harris each added eight points. Brady Puckett, Trey Kelly, Ty Rechtorovic, and Duquevas Andrews each tallied two points, while Jaylan Harris chipped in with one point in the victory.

Jawon Holmes led the Bulls in scoring with nine points. De’Marion Colbert scored seven points, while Jemaron Holston added four points. Chris Richardson and Cartez Ross both tallied three points, while Tylan Wellmaker scored two points in the loss for the Bulls.

Suns: 44

Pelicans: 20

The Suns opened up a 17-2 lead over the Pelicans after one quarter of play on the way to a 44-20 victory. Javeon Walker led the way for the Suns with 11 points, while Ya’Thaddius Webb also reached double figures with 10 points. Kedrick Atwater and Ian Caldwell each netted eight points for the Suns. Jaylen Brice finished with four points, and Aumonn Sullivan added three points.

Jamal Kendall led the way for the Pelicans with 10 points, while Kameron Caldwell chipped in with five points. Marquevous Gray scored three points for the Pelicans, while Artez Smith added two points in the defeat.

Suns: 37

Lakers: 34

The Lakers led the Suns 25-23 after three quarters of play, but the Suns outscored the Lakers 14-9 in the fourth quarter to earn a 37-34 victory. Javeon Walker led the Suns with 13 points, while Jaylen Brice added eight points. Ya’Thaddius Webb and Montavious Russell each tallied seven points, and Quinton Walden chipped in with two points.

Derrius Hayes paced the Lakers for 15 points, while Zerekk Carter, Trini Harp, Jr., and Mykell Daniely each tallied five points. Ja’Rius Bridges and Kyrese Caldwell added two points for the Lakers in the loss.

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