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Tvilum/Sentara leads Industrial with 4-0 mark

SoVaNow.com / November 14, 2019
Tvilum/Sentara leads the Industrial league with a perfect 4-0 record after week four.

Benchmark 97 
Presto 47

Benchmark (97) made 24 2-pointers, 15 3-pointers, 4 of 5 from free throw line, and committed a total of 6 team fouls and 1 technical foul for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Benchmark’s leading scorers: Michael Nelson 23 points (10 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 0 of 0 from free throw line, 2 personal fouls) Johnny Wilson 15 points (3 2-pointers, 3 3-pointer, 0 of 0 from free throw line, 1 personal foul) Joey Barksdale 12 points (1 2-pointer, 3 3-pointers, 1 of 1 from free throw line, 0 personal fouls).

Presto (47) made 16 2-pointers, 4 3-pointers, 3 of 12 from free throw line, and committed a total of 4 team fouls.

Tylik Powell led Presto with 13 points.

Tyilum wins by forfeit in game two over Aquatics

AWNC II 51, 
Goodyear 20

AWNC II (51) made 16 2-pointers, 4 3-pointers, 7 of 15 from free throw line, and committed a total of 6 team fouls.

The leading scorers for AWNC II included Clyde Waller - 14 points (4 2-pointer, 1 3-pointer, 3 of 6 from free throw line, 0 personal fouls) and Frankey Jacobs - 12 points (4 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 1 of 2 from free throw line, 1 personal foul).

Goodyear (20) made  4 2-pointers, 3 3-pointers, 3 of 8 from free throw line, and committed a total of 10 team fouls, 1 technical foul for 6 men on court.

Goodyear’s scoring leader was Kardarius Ferrell with 10 points.

Eaton 43, 
Italian Delight 28

Eaton (43) made 10 2-pointers, 6 3-pointers, 5 of 6 from free throw line, and committed a total of 11 team fouls.

Michael Hatcher led Eaton’s scoring: 18 points (2 2-pointers, 4 3-pointers, 2 of 2 from free throw line, 2 personal fouls). Dustin LaClair added 8 (3 2-pointers, 0 3-pointers, 2 of 2 from free throw line, 3 personal fouls).

Italian Delight (28) made 9 2-pointers, 2 3-pointers, 4 of 12 from free throw line, and committed a total of 9 team fouls.

Cornelius Davis led Italian Delight with nine points and Tryek Brooks had six.

ABB 46, Polywood 45

ABB (46) made 19 2-pointers, 1 3-pointers, 5 of 17 from free throw line, and committed a total of 9 team fouls.

The leading scorers for ABB were Tysean Dunkley - 26 points (11 2-pointers, 0 3-pointers, 4 of 8 from free throw line, 1 personal fouls) and Kenneth Harris -7 points (3 2-pointers, 0 3-pointers, 1 of 3 from free throw line, 1 personal foul).

Polywood (45) made 14 2-pointers, 5 3-pointers, 2 of 4 from free throw line, and committed a total of 13 team fouls, 1 technical foul for 6 men on the court.

Terrance Boyd led Polywood with 14 points and Aaron Downy had 12.

Youth coaches 43, AWNC I 36

Youth Coaches (43) made 10 2-pointers, Â 4 3-pointers, 11 of 16 from free throw line, and committed a total of 5 team fouls.

The scoring leaders for Youth Coaches included Marcus Coleman - 17 points (2 2-pointers, 3 3-pointers, 4 of 5 from free throw line, 2 personal fouls); Terrell Venable - 15 points (5 2-pointers, 1 3-pointer, 2 of 3 from free throw line, 0 personal foul).

AWNC I (36) made 9 2-pointers, 5 3-pointers, 3 of 7 from free throw line, and committed a total of 15 team fouls, 1 technical foul for unsportsmanlike conduct.

The leading scorers included Terrance Calloway - 17 points (2 2-pointers, 4 3-pointers, 1 of 3 from free throw line, 0 personal fouls); Jamal Crews

- 13 points (5 2-pointer, 1 3-pointer, 0 of 0 from free throw line, 4 personal fouls).



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