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Italian Delight sparkles with record / November 30, 2017
Italian Delight has a sparkling 7-0 record among all teams in the South Boston Business and Industrial/Thirty and Over basketball league weekly standings.

Benchmark and The Outlaws are 4-3, followed by the Volunteers at 3-4. AWNC is 2-5 and the Aquatics are trailing the field at 1-6.

AWNC heads up the Business and Industrial league standings and Italian Delight has the best record in the Thirty & over league.

Italian Delight 56, Benchmark 55

Robert Perkins led the way for Italian Delight with 21 points, and Shamoni Faulkner had 12. Cornelius Davis added ten.

Benchmark pushed the league leaders and played a very competitive game. Nathan Lantor scored 19 points and Calvin Chaney had 17, while Freddie Jeffress scored ten.

AWNC 55, Volunteers 48

Jarmal Crews blistered the nets for 31 points, while Terrance Calloway had eight. Garry Barley scored six.

Marcus Coleman had 16 points for the Volunteers, while Tawon Wallace and Vincent Williams had 11 apiece.

The Outlaws 72, Aquatics 53

Michael Nelson poured in 28 points for The Outlaws, while Joey Barksdale had 18 and Lymon Gregory scored 17.

The Aquatics could not keep pace.

Raekwon Ferrell scored 21 and Matthew Trent added 17. Rayshawn Womack had 13 for the losing team.

The players of the week were Nelson, Crews and Perkins.

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