Junior League winding down

By Cindy Wilson tcwilson81@frontier.com
Posted 2/17/20

The 2019-2020 Junior League basketball season is winding down with the annual City League Tournament not far off.


Panthers 35, Hawks 13

The Hawks struggled early scoring as the …

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Junior League winding down


The 2019-2020 Junior League basketball season is winding down with the annual City League Tournament not far off.


Panthers 35, Hawks 13

The Hawks struggled early scoring as the Panthers rolled to a 12-6 lead after the first quarter. The Panthers extended their lead to 23-9 at halftime before going on a 6-0 run throughout the third quarter, eventually winning 35-13.

Sean Dunn led the Panthers with seven points. Bryson Brown scored six points and Carter Delashmit had five points. Karic Mason and Storm Miller each had four points. Luke Stuck and Caiden Vice each had a bucket while Dawson Rogers had a free throw.

Madox Hutching led the Hawks with four points. Paisley Reed had three points and Emma Kraemer, Alivyah Lankster and Brody Bishop each had a bucket.


Bears 40, Eagles 20

Although the Bears held an 8-4 lead at the end of the first quarter, the Eagles fought back to hold the Bears to just a two-point lead at halftime.

The third quarter power of the Bears was just too much for the Eagles as they took a 25-12 lead heading into the fourth quarter, winning the contest 40-20.

Conner Little led the scoring attack for the Bears with 11 points. Charlie Ford, Parker Sanders and Nathan Fonner each had six points. Gabriel Roush finished with five points and Carter Breeding had four points. Aiden Lawson scored two points.

The Eagles were led by Carson Throneburg with six points. Hunter Quinn, Lane Tessman, and Parker Sivertson each had four points and Logan Gerberding had a bucket.


Colts 32 Lions 13

The opening quarter was dominated by the Colts as they outscored the Lions by 13 and held a comfortable 14-1 lead. Although the Colts were only able to add two more points during the second quarter they maintained a 16-5 advantage.  The Colts returned to the court after the half and chalked up 10 points while holding the Lions to four points for a 26-9 lead. The Colts added six points and the Lions added four points, losing to the Colts 32-13.

Sixth grader Dylan Flores had a tough afternoon with 14 points in the books for the Colts. Skyler Sweet added eight points and Braylon Mills put six points. Trey Wheeler and Owen Jones were each good for two points.

Drew Kirby led the Lions with four points. Brody Quinn, Jarrel Hallom, Allison Wyrick and Mack Kuglin each had two points. Cash Kuglin had a free throw.


Tigers 27 Cardinals 21

After the opening quarter the Tigers and Cardinals were knotted at 6-6.

The Cardinals struggled with scoring during the second period as Chance Chaney was the only player successful on the board with two points.

Fourth graders Levi Bartley and Briar Good each had four points for the Tigers, giving them a 14-8 lead at halftime.

The Cardinals outscored the Tigers in the third quarter to tie the game at 16-16 heading into the fourth quarter. Brayden Rogers turned up the heat for the Tigers during the final period and the Tigers walked away with a 27-21 win.

Brayden Rogers led the Tigers with seven points and five of those coming in the fourth quarter. Garret Rigdon, Levi Bartley, Briar Good, and Brody Whitaker each had four points. Macy Bicknell and Caison Whitaker each had two points.

Carter Crippes was the leading scorer for the Cardinals with 10 points followed closely by Dylan Lucas with nine points. Chaney added another bucket for two points.