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Kicks 55, Bulls 43
Jaques Burnett had 14 points to lead the Knicks to a 55-43 victory over the Bulls in the Senior Boys league season opener.
Deidrique Scott had 12 points for the Knicks while Timothy Dunklin contributed eight points and Rodney Fails scored seven.
Shiveal Soles also had six points in the win.
For the Bulls, Antonio Lewis was the leading scorer with 12 points.
Curtis Thagard had seven points for the Bulls while James Smith, Akeem Thompson and Derrick Hughley each had six points apiece.
Heat 48, Magic 36
Paris McDonald and Eric Simmons each scored 12 points apiece to pace the Junior Boys Heat past the Magic in the season-opening game.
O'Jay Woods was the next leading scorer for the Heat with eight points while James Herbert had seven and DeMario Jones had six.
For the Magic, Patrick Burnett was the game's leading scorer with 16 points while Devin Mallory had six points.
Daryl Starks and Paul Tyrell each had five points for the Bulls in the loss.
Wizards 52, Lakers 27
Trevor Womack had an explosive game, scoring a game-high 25 points, as the Midget Boys League Wizards downed the Lakers, 52-27.
Winston Peagler and Desmond Frazier also scored in double digits, with Peagler scoring 14 points and Frazier scoring 11, to also help pace the Wizards.
For the Lakers, Cavonte Roberts had a team-high nine points while Shane Stone had six points.
D'Raylen McGrew and Brian Smith also had four points apiece for the Lakers.
Heat 20, Pistons 20
With the game tied 16-16 going into the fourth period, the Midget Heat's Julius Lymon sank two free throws to end the game with the Pistons in a tie, 20-20.
Demarcus Wilson was the leading scorer for the Heat with eight points while Derrick Powell was the leading scorer for the Pistons also with eight points.
Jakeem Davidson was the next leading scorer for the Heat with four points while Antonio Presley had six points and Jerome Cook had four for the Pistons.
Sparks 30, Storm 15
Jasmine Morris had a game-high 18 points to lead the Sparks past the Storm, 30-15, in the season-opening Midget Girls game.
Tanesha Cook and Taylor Deming also each had four points for the Sparks.
Shavon Bryant was the leading scorer for the Storm with six points while Ranikqua Walker had four points and Jequesta Crenshaw had three.
B.J. Auto Sale 98, FYE 63
Steve Brown and Doug Martin, Jr., each had 29 points in the men's league season-opening game, but Brown's total was enough to lead team B.J. Auto Sale over team FYE, 98-63.
Brown was the leading scorer for team FYE while Stanley Lamar contributed 20 points and William Farris, Jr., added 10.
Marcus Love had 10 points for the winning team while Kahari Hardy, Chris Anderson and Joe Lawrence each had eight points apiece.
For team FYE, Martin was the leading scorer while Thomas Canaty had 10 points. Kelvin Mitchell, Sr., and Donnie Kemp also had eight points apiece in the losing effort.
Southern Outlaws 82, Computer Shack 69
Marcus Miles had 23 points to lead the Southern Outlaws over team Computer Shack, 82-69, in the men's league season-opening game.
Kim McMeans was the next leading scorer for the Outlaws with 19 points while teammate Curtis Scott had 14 points and David Webb had 11.
For Computer Shack, Rashad Knight was the leading scorer with 22 points. Damario Roper also had 14 points in the loss.
Extreme Audio 61, And 1 50
Rodney Darison had 21 points, including 17 in the final period, for team And 1 in the season-opening game but it wasn't enough as the Extreme Audio team emerged victorious, 61-50.
For the Extreme Audio team, Barry Owens and Kevin Noms each had 14 points to lead in scoring while Jamey Thompson had eight points. Jermaine Roper also had seven points in the win.
For team And 1, Darison was the leading scorer with Curtis Fields also contributing seven points.
John Scott, Holsie Griffin and Quinton Cheatham each had four points in the loss.
G.P. All-Stars 86, A-Town Playas 71
With the game tied at 35-35 at the half, the G.P All-Stars exploded offensively in the second half to take the win over the A-Town Playas in the season-opening game for each team, 86-71.
Leading the way for the G.P. All-Stars was Desmond Walker and Jerod Warren with 21 points apiece. Willie Walker also had 17 points in the win, with 14 coming in the final period, while Perston Walker and Garry Powell each had nine points in the win.
For the A-Town Playas, Stallworth was the leading scorer with 21 points while Townsend had 17 points.
Hwashin 53, West Point 35
With a 20-8 halftime lead, team Hwashin cruised to a 53-35 season-opening victory over team West Point.
Michael Ball was the leading scorer for Hwashin with 22 points and Corey Bedgood also contributed 12 points.
Michael Frost also had six points in the win.
For team West Point, Kentel Smith was the leading scorer with 11 points while Henry Thomas had 10 points.
David Oliver also had five points in the loss.
Southern Outlaws 78, B.J. Auto Sale 72
The Southern Outlaws sank 11-of-13 free throws in the final period to upend the B.J. Auto Sale team 78-72 in Week 2 of the men's league.
While the Outlaws were near perfect from the free-throw line, team B.J. Auto Sale was not, only shooting 6-of-15 in the final period.
Four players for the Southern Outlaws scored in double digits, with Marcus Miles leading the way with 23 points.
David Webb was next with 15 points while Kim McMeans had 14 points and Curt Scott had 10 points.
For team B.J. Auto Sale, Steve Brown had a game-high 39 points while Kahari Hardy and Stanley Lamar each had seven points apiece.
FYE 89, West Point 63
Levy Kelley had a team-high 23 points to lead team FYE to victory over team West Point, 89-63, in Week 2 of the men's league.
Lenord Scott was the next leading scorer for team FYE with 17 points while Joe Washington had nine points and Earnest Wilson had eight points.
Robert Blankenship and Deon Murphy also had seven points apiece in the win.
Eleven players scored during the game for team FYE.
For team West Point, Remar Ball had a game-high 25 points with David Oliver scoring 13 points and Marcus Howard scoring 11.
Henry Thomas also had nine points in the loss.
G.P. All-Stars 72, Computer Shack 65
Desmond Walker and Jerod Warren combined for 20 points in the final period Dec. 4 as the G.P. All-Stars upended team Computer Shack, 72-65.
Warren was the leading scorer for the G.P. All-Stars with 26 points while Walker had 18 points. Willie Walker also had 11 points for the G.P. All-Stars and Dewayne Thigpen had eight.
For team Computer Shack, Rashad Knight had a team-high 18 points and Roosevelt Moore had 14 points. Demario Roper also had 10 points while Isiah Mack had nine in the loss.
Extreme Audio 90, Hwashin 54
Five players scored in double digits Dec. 4 as the Extreme Audio team dismantled the Hwashin team, 90-54.
Corey Thigpen was the leading scorer for the Extreme Audio team with 20 points while Kevin Norris was the next highest scorer with 16 points.
Barry Owens and Jermaine Roper each had 13 points in the win with Ge-Vann Cooper also contributing 12 points.
For team Hwashin, Michael Ball had a team-high 21 points and Corey Bedgood had 19 points.
Johnny Holley also had seven points in the loss.
A-Town Playas 80, And 1 36
Thirteen of the A-Town Playas' 14 players scored Dec. 4 to lead the Playas over team And 1, 80-36.
Ken Townsend was the leading scorer for the A-Town Playas with 16 points while Eric Stallworth also contributed 10 points.
Mark Gill and Charles Smith had nine points in the win with Marcus Gill also scoring seven.
For team And 1, Rodney Davidson was the leading scorer with 14 points. Curtis Field also scored nine points in the loss.
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