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Industrial League competitors wrap up weeek six

SoVaNow.com / November 27, 2019
Here are the latest notes on week six from the South Boston Business & Industrial league/30 and over basketball.

Aquatics 67, 
Dollar General 62

Aquatics (67) made 24 2-pointers, 5 3-pointers, 4 of 8 from free throw line, and committed a total of 10 team fouls.

Leading Scorers: Bryan Lambert, 19 points (8 2-pointer, 1 3-pointer); Donte Boyd, 16 points (2 2-pointers, 4 3-pointers); Marcus Humphrey 14 points (6 2-pointers, 2 of 4 from free throw line.)

Dollar General (62) made 15 2-pointers, 8 3-pointers, 8 of 13 from free throw line, and committed a total of 11 team fouls.

Leading scorers for DG: Sherman Logan, 21 points (8 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 2 of 3 from free throw line) Demetre Faulkner, 15 points (3 2-pointers, 2 3-pointers, 3 of 6 from free throw.

Aquatics improved to 4-2; Dollar General fell to 1-4.

Benchmark 88, 
Goodyear 44

Benchmark (88) made 31 2-pointers, 8 3-pointers, 2 of 4 from free throw line, and committed a total of 9 team fouls.

Benchmark leading scorers: Michael Nelson, 21 points (9 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 0 of 1 from free throw line) Justin Long, 20 points (5 2-pointers, 3 3-pointers, 1 of 1 from free throw line), Joey Barksdale, 15 points (4 2-pointers, 2 3-pointers, 1 of 2 from free throw line).

Goodyear (44) made 11 2-pointers, 7 3-pointers, 1 of 6 from free throw line, and committed a total of 6 team fouls.

Leading scorers, Tieron Russell, 17 points ( 5 2-pointers, 2 3-pointers, 1 of 2 from free throw line) Dyontae Graves, 9 points (3 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 0 of 2 from fee throw line, 0 personal fouls).

Benchmark is 5-1; Goodyear dropped to 0-5.

Presto 25, ABB 22

Presto (25) made 7 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 8 of 20 from free throw line, and committed a total of 6 team fouls.

Leading Scorers, Presto: Clifton Terry, 7 points (3 2-pointer, 0 3-pointers, 1 of 2 from free throw line) Autan Smith, 5 points (0 2-pointers, 0 3-pointers, 5 of 12 from free throw line).

ABB (22) made 10 2-pointers, 0 3-pointers, 2 of 7 from free throw line, and committed a total of 13 team fouls.

ABB leaders: Tysean Dunkley, 15 points (7 2-pointers, 0 3-pointer, 1 of 3 from free throws)

Jarrid Waller, 3 points (1 2-pointer, 0 3-pointers, 1 of 2 from free throw line.)

Presto picked up its second win of the season and is now 2-4. ABB fell to 1-5.

Italian Delight forfeited to Tyilum/Sentara

Italian Delight is now 3-3; Tyilum/Sentara leads the league at 6-0.

Eaton 61, Youth Basketball coaches 56

Eaton Corp. (61) made 13 2-pointers, 7 3-pointers, 14 of 28 from free throw line, and committed a total of 10 team fouls.

Leading Scorers, Eaton: Michael Hatcher, 26 points (0 2-pointers, 6 3-pointers, 8 of 9 from free throw line) Marquis Younger, 12 points (5 2-pointers, 0 3-pointers, 2 of 6 from free throw line)

Steven Hatcher, 11 points (4 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 0 of 4 from free throw line).

Youth Basketball Coaches (56) made 14 2-pointers, 7 3-pointers, Â 7 of 13 from free throw line, and committed a total of 16 team fouls.

Leading scorers: Matthew McCargo, 24 points (4 2-pointers, 4 3-pointers, 4 of 4 from free throw line) Jonathan Milam, 10 points (3 2-pointer, 1 3-pointer, 1 of 3 from free throw line).

Eaton improved to 5-1, while the Youth Coaches are 3-2.

AWNC 1 56, Polywood 35

AWNC I (56) made  14 2-pointers, 9 3-pointers, 1 of 14 from free throw line, and committed a total of 8 team fouls.

Leading scorers, Charon Burton, 12 points (0 2-pointers, 4 3-pointers, 0 of 2 from free throw line); Curtis Calloway, 11 points (5 2-pointers, 0 3-pointer, 1 of 8 from free throw line).

Polywood (35) made 7 2-pointers, 6 3-pointers, 3 of 4 from free throw line, and committed a total of 9 team fouls.

Leading scorers, Aaron Downy, 16 points (5 2-pointers, 2 3-pointers, 0 of 0 from free throw line; Terrance Boyd, 11 points (1 2-pointer, 3 3-pointers, 0 of 0 from free throw line.

AWNC I improved to 2-3; Polywood fell to 1-4.



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