PEE WEE Basketball Results from Jan. 17

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Action from Saturday, January 17 in the Jr. NBA/WNBA Pee Wee Basketball League


7-8 Boys and Girls

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Clear Mountain Spring Water – 12

The UPS Store – 3

Clear Mountain Spring Water poured in 4 points in the 1st quarter while The UPS Store was credited with 1. Clear Mountain sipped the iron for another 4 in the 2nd to take an 8-3 half time lead. The UPS Store was unable to score in the 2nd half while Clear Mountain added a bucket in the 3rd and 4th quarter. Leading the way for Clear Mountain was Jordan Williams as he siphoned the nylon for 6 points followed by Tyler Merriweather with 4 and Chandler Stuedeman connected for 2. Charvis Knott scored 2 points for The UPS Store while William Tutt was credited with the other point.

9 -10 year old Boys and Girls

Windwood Inn

– 29

The Athlete’s Foot – 19

Teams were permanently divided this week and Windwood Inn started off as if they had

been practicing together all week. They drilled the iron for 8 1st quarter points while The Athlete’s Foot laced the nylon for 4 points. The Athlete’s Foot defense stiffened in the 2nd quarter holding Windwood Inn to only 2 2nd quarter points but could only cut into that lead by one as they only connected for 3 points. Windwood Inn held on to a 3 point lead at half time 10-7. Both offenses improved a little in the 3rd as Windwood Inn secured the iron for 7 points while The Athlete’s Foot tied in 6 points to trail by 4, 17-13. Windwood Inn blew the lead wide open in the 4th as they smashed the iron with 12 points while The Athlete’s Foot slipped in another 6. All seven players for Windwood Inn scored as Terryl Ratliff and Louis Stuedeman led the way with 8 each, followed by Breanna Jones with 4, Tommie Reese and Jacob Roemen each with 3, Myles DeGraffenreid with 2 and Chris Foster with 1. Five of the seven from The Athlete’s Foot scored with Kadarius Ingram leading the way with 7, followed by William Lewis with 5, Darius Benison with 4, C. J. Austin with 2 and JaMarcus Alvis with 1. Other members of The Athlete’s Foot are Malcolm Merriweather and Brandi Bush.

9 -10 year old Boys and Girls

Regions Bank – 15

Red Team – 15

As you can see I am still looking for a sponsor. If you are interested please give me a call. Both teams seemed to be evenly matched this game as the Red Team ended the 1st quarter with a slim 4-2 lead. This would be the only lead either team would hold at the end of next 3 quarters. In the 2nd quarter, Regions Bank deposited 4 points while the Red Team scored 2. The score was tied a 6 apiece at half time. Both teams matched each other in the 3rd and 4th quarters with 4 and 5 points respectively. Pierre Thomas led the Red Team with 9 points followed by Justin Durant with 4 and Xavier Johnson adding 2. Justin Harris led Regions Bank with 6 points followed by Devin Burrell with 3 and William Stewart, Cameron McCorkle and Darius Stewart each had 2.

11-15 Boys and Girls

These age groups were combined into 4 teams this week. Next week I am considering


2 teams among the 11-12

15 year olds


2 teams among the 13-15 year olds.


Corporation – 34

Holiday Inn Express – 18

Both teams struggled offensively in the 1st as Cemex took and 4-0 lead. Both offenses got on track in the 2nd quarter as Cemex mixed in 11 points while Holiday Inn Express connected for 10. Cemex held a 5 point half time lead 15-10. Both offenses did well again in the 3rd as Cemex shoveled in 9 points while Holiday Inn Express clipped the iron for 8. Cemex increased their lead by another point 24-18, but Holiday Inn was still within reach only trailing by 6. However the 4th quarter would spell doom for Holiday Inn as they apparently ran out of steam unable to score any points while Cemex topped of the game with 10 points and stretched the margin of victory to 16. Anthony Hardy led Cemex as he bagged 12 points followed by brother Justin, Conrad Murdock

and John Scott each with 6 and Tyler Smith and Miguel Catlin each adding 2. The other team member included James Dickie. Laura Bates led Holiday Inn Express with 6 points followed by Delanee Reid and Anthony James each with 5, and Adrian James adding 2. Other members included Delton Rhodes, Brandon Hay and Jordan Harris.

AMA Designs – 22

Team Xerox – 14

AMA Designs steamed the nylon for 11 1st quarter points to take a comfortable 9 point lead. AMA cooled off in the 2nd managing only 2 points but still maintained a 9 point half time lead 13- 4 as Team Xerox scored another 2. AMA tacked on 6 more in the 3rd while Team Xerox added 5. Team Xerox outscored AMA in the 4th 5 5-3, but it was not enough as they fell by 8, 22-14. Rick Boone led AMA Designs as he stitched the nylon for 10 points followed by David Moore with 8, Conrad Murdock with 3 and Neilson Renner adding 1. Other team members included Kelvin Wilson and pick-up Miguel Catlin. Leading the way for Team Xerox was Bruce Garner with 8 points connecting on 2 long range 3 pointers, followed by Terry DeGraffenreid with

4 and Tre Jones adding 2. Other team members included Joel Coddington, Jalen Armstead and Des Moore.