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SoVaNow.com / November 01, 2012United Steps/Felton Brothers improved to 2-0 in the South Boston Business & Industrial league standings after a 60-45 win over the 40-plus Warriors Sunday.
Aaron Hill led the winners with 21 points, including three 3-pointers. Cordaro Boyd added ten points for the winning team, while Matthew McCargo had 17 points for the 40-plus Warriors. David Garner added 14 for the Warriors.
The winners capitalized on a strong 35-point second half.
Presto/Halifax defeated the Volunteers, 58-41. The winners are 2-0, while the Vols fell to 0-2. Eric Pounds led the winners with 14 points and Savaughn Bailey had ten. Demetrius Burrell had 21 and Justin Long five for the Volunteers.
Presto/Halifax had a strong second half, scoring 34 points.
SVHEC downed the Aquatics/Pacific Headwear, 44-41, in a very close game. SVHEC improved to 2-0, while Pacific Headwear is 0-2.
Demetre Faulkner and DeShon Dabbs had 12 points apiece and Kejuan Mayo added eight for SVHEC. Blaine Key and Thomas Barksdale scored ten points apiece and Michael Miles chipped in with eight for the losing team.
AWNC I downed ABB 45-35. AWNC I improved to 2-0, while ABB dropped to 0-2. Kenny Taylor had 16 points and Markese Jennings added nine for the winners. Jermaine Richardson and Obie Coleman had eight apiece for ABB, while Thomas Logan had seven.
AWNC II defeated Kajeah/Pathways, 59-45. AWNC II improved to 1-1, while K/P fell to 0-2.
James Allen led the winners with 26 points and Clyde Waller had eight. J/P got 11 from Jermaine Thaxton and eight apiece from Abdula Marrow and Torrance Dunkley.
Dollar General/Unarco downed Goodyear in double OT, 72-67. At the end of regulation, the teams were tied at 61-all. At the end of the first OT, the score was 65-all.
Tye Barksdale led the winners with 23. Jerail Howerton had 22. Goodyear got 26 points from Justin Reynolds and 12 from Jesse Lampkin.
The players of the week are Jerail Howerton of DG/Unarco, with 22 points, including three 3-pointers, and three-of-five shooting from the foul line. Kenny Taylor of AWNC I had 16 points, with one 3-pointer and one-of-five free throw shooting.
Aaron Hill of United Steps/Felton Brothers also won co-player of the week honors with 21 points, three treys and 0-for-1 free throw shooting.
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