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Industrial League action continues
SoVaNow.com / November 14, 2012The 40-plus Warriors took the hoops action into overtime this week in the South Boston Business & Industrial league.
The 40-plus Warriors downed HRHS/Volunteers in double overtime, 68-62. The game was deadlocked at the end of regulation, 61-all.
The Warriors are 2-2, while HRHS/Volunteers remain winless at 0-4.
Calvin Chaney led the Warriors with 37 points, including a blistering 21 points in the first half. Matt McCargo added nine.
Demetrius Burrell led HRHS/Volunteers with 20 points and Justin Long had 14. In other action:
AW II downed Goodyear, 47-38. AW II improved to 3-1, while Goodyear is 1-3. James Allen had 17 points and Kevin Allen 14, while Lamonte Averette had ten for Goodyear, and Larry Warren and Justin Reynolds scored nine apiece.
Presto/Halifax defeated Aquatics/Pacific Headwear, 82-41. The winners remain unbeaten, while the losers are 0-4.
Sterling Williams led Presto/Halifax with 26 points and Eric Pounds provided backup help with 20. Blaine Key led Aquatics/Pacific Headwear with 14.
Kajheah/Pathway defeated SVHEC, 56-51.
Hakeem Ager led the winners with 18 points and Gary Yancey had 12. Robert Jackson had 13, while Deshon Dabbs and KeJuan Mayo had 11 apiece.
United Steps/Felton Brothers downed ABB, 61-27. Cordaro Boyd led the winners with 15 points, while Aaron Hill added 13. Travis Foy paced the losers with 11 and Jonathan Fields had seven.
Dollar General/Unarco downed AW I, 66-50. The winners remain undefeated. AW I fell to 2-2.
Tye Barksale led the winners with 19 points, and Jerail Howerton had 11. Aundray Harrington led AW I with 20 points and Markese Jennings had 12. The players of the week are Chaney, from the 40-plus Warriors, and Hakeem Ager from K/P.
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