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Pleasure Island Youth Basketball: Tournament Championships Saturday

6-8 Age Division - P.I. Exercise Club 17 Island Tackle & Hardware 4, CBPD 28 Island Montessori School 10; 9-11 Age Division - CloudWyze 42 Kure Beach Pier 19, CBDI 14 El Cazador 25, Nikki’s Gourmet & Sushi 38 CB Subway 19, Hines Senior Center 44 Mid-Atlantic Drilling 20,  CloudWyze 24 Hines Senior Center 20, Kure Beach Pier  22 El Cazador 33,  11 CB Subway 28 CBDI 38;  12-14 Age Division - Costco 46 Michael’s Seafood 19, Superior Medical  46 American Legion 23;  15-17 Age Division - Blackburn Brothers Seafood 43 Hamm Hearing Aid 52, Allied Pest Control  49 CBPD 48;

By: Shawn R. McKee
Staff Writer

Tournament
12-14 Age Division
• 6:30PM – Costco vs. Michael’s Seafood – Costco ran away with this game from the opening tip off, outscoring Michael’s Seafood 17-6 in the 1st quarter. By halftime they were able to extend their lead to 13-points after a 6-4 2nd quarter. After halftime Costco continued to pull away outscoring Michael’s Seafood 17-8 in the 3rd quarter and 6-1 in the 4th, giving them the 46-19. HIGHLIGHTS: Costco: #12 Kevin Martin 12, #4 Brandon Plyler and #14 Vinny Farmintino each had 7-points, #11 Rocco Farmintino and #3 Aidan Lafferty each had 4-points, #10 Fisher Waggett 2, and #13 Jacob Hardison and #5 Tyler Reinbachs 1-point each. Michael’s Seafood: #2 Austin Johnson 7, #14 Tyler Tranchon and #3 Matt Heglar 4-points each, #1 Dylan McGowan 1.
• 7:30PM – Superior Medical vs. American Legion – After a 4-4 1st quarter Superior was able to outscore American Legion by 7 in the 2nd quarter to take the lead 17-10 by halftime. After halftime Superior Medicalwas able to add to their lead after outscoring the American Legion 12-8 bringing the score to 29-18. In the final quarter Superior countiued to pullaway from American Legion outscoring them again 17-5 giving them the win 46-23. HIGHLIGHTS: Superior Medical: #3 Jake Ettefagh 14, #4 Jantzen Hartsell 11, #14 Jacob Reeves and #11 Josh Stewart 6-points each, #2 Peyton Blankenbecker 5, #5 Nick Reeves and #12 Jarod Tanner 2-points each. American Legion: #15 Morgan Carpenter 6, #12 Kyle Carpenter, #13 Ryan Bailey, and #11 Cade Smith Martin 4-points each, #4 Aidan Smith Martin 3, and #14 Daniel Stokes 2.
15-17 Age Division
• 6:30PM – Blackburn Brothers Seafood vs. Hamm Hearing Air – This was another good game of youth basketball. Blackburn was able to take the early lead 13-8 after the 1st quarter. However in the 2nd quarter Blacburn Brothers was able to take over the lead 23-22 just before halftime. After halftime the same close play continued with Hamm retaking the lead 30-27 after the 3rd quarter. In the 4th quarter every shot was contested with and after some clutch free throws the game was tied up at 36-36 and with the ending buzzer cam overtime. In the 1st overtime Hamm Hearing’s Nash Best had all 7of his teams 7-points in the 2:00 overtime period, however Blackburn also picked up 7-points sending them into the 2nd overtime. In the 2nd Overtime Hamm’s used a impressive 9-0 run in 2 minutes to take the win 52-43. HIGHLIGHTS: Hamm’s Hearing Aids: #5 Dustin Hancock 16, #3 Nash Best 15, #4 Scott Best 10, #13 Larry Davis 4, #1 Jacob Johnson 3, and #12 Ryan Hardison and #2 Hawthorne Hamm 2-points each. Blackburn Brothers Seafood: #3 Justin Blackburn 15, #14 Julian Blackburn 13, #5 Kyle Dowling 11, and #12 Brice Eller and #13 Dane Schretter 2-points each.
• 7:30PM – Allied Pest Control vs. CBPD – This was a close 1 with Allied taking a 12-7 lead after the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter Allied continued to pull away outscoring the CBPD 13-8 giving them a 10-point lead at halftime. After halftime CBPD was able to turn a 10-point lead into a 2-point lead after outscoring Allied 20-12 in the 3rd quarter. In the final quarter both teasm went back and forth with Allied winning by just 1-point 49-48. HIGHLIGHTS: CBPD: #11 Connor Garnette 15, #14 Braelyn Little and #3 Drake Overton 6-points each, #1 Michael Gotto 5, and #2 Cameron Seyer 4-points. Allied Pest Control: #4 Daniel Farriss 25, #11 Jacob Graves 10, #14 Josh Johnson 8, #13 Nick Winslow and #1 Sean Anderson 2-points each, #5 Luke Winslow and #10 Thomas White 1-point each.
6-8 Age Division
• 9:00AM – PI Exercise Club vs. Island Tackle & Hardware – Both teams played tough defense in this game with PI Exercise Club taking a 4-0 lead after the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter PI Exercise Club was able to increase their lead to 6-0 after a basket by William Griffen. After halftime Island Tackle’s Rayne Schoonamker was able to bring there team to within 4-points after connecting on the only basket of the quarter. In the final quarter Rayne again connected on a basket, but PI Exercise Club’s offense had 11-points to take the win 17-6. HIGHLIGHTS: PI Exercise Club: #3 Callie Reitzel 9, #11 William Griffen 6, and #14 Chan Dozier 2. Island Tackle & Hardware: #2 Rayne Schoonmaler 4.
• 10:00AM – CBPD vs. Island Montessori School – After a close 5-4 1st quarter the CBPD was able to use a 10-1 run throughtout the 2nd quarter to take a 10-point lead at halftime. After halftime Island Montessori School was able to cut the lead to 9-points after a 5-4 3rd quarter. But CBD quickly brought the lead back up and then some in the 4th quarter after ending the game with a 9-0 tun to take the win 28-10. HIGHILIGHTS: CBPD: #13 Carter Kelly 9, #5 Jayce Atanasaff8, #1 Talan Groseclose 6, #10 Jaxon Sanders and #2 Connor McPherson 2-points, and #12 Kendall Marcucelli 1-point. Island Montessori School: #13 keaton Green 7, #14 Brian Graybush 2, and #3 Natalie Smith 1.
9-11 Age Division
• 11:00AM – Cloud Wyze vs. Kure Beach Pier – Cloudwyze opened the game up with a 10-2 run throughout the 1st quarter and countiued to pull away from there. By halftime Cloudwyze increased their lead to 24-9 after outscoring Kure Beach Pier 14-7 in the 2nd quarter. After halftime the deficit remained the same after both teams picked up 8-points in the 3rd quarter. In the final quarter Cloudwyze continued to play tough defense ending the game on a 7-2 run to take the win 42-19. HIGHLIGHTS: Cloudwyze: #10 Neil Sims 10, #3 Trey Johnson 9, #13 Jared Becken 8, #5 Kenan Everhart 4, #11 Collin Kitts, #4 Christopher Schwenker, and #12 Robbie Helmus 2-points each. Kure Beach Pier: #11 Maddox Greene 4, #14 Jillian Miles 3, #10 Patrick Furbay, #3 John Arena, #2 Chloe Smith, #5 Owen Davies, #13 Mason Johnson, and #4 Nick Arena each had 2-points.
• 1:00PM – CBDI vs. El Cazador – El Cazador’s defense held CBDI to just 2-points in each of the 1st 2 quarters while their offense posted 10-points to take 1 6-point halftime lead. After halftime El Cazador continued to play tough defense and allowed just 3 free throws, while the offense picked up 6. In the final quarter Cazador outscored CBDI 9-7 giving them the win 25-14. HIGHLIGHTS: #14 Cayne Davis 13, #3 Jacob Lamkin 7, #14 Brayden West 3, and #11 Winston Davis 2. CBDI: #4 Jacob Chalmers 8, #1 Jack Garcia 3, #11 Jadon Morini 2, and #13 Nicholas Schwenker 1.
• 2:00PM – Nikki’s Sushi vs. CB Subway – Nikki’s quickly jumped out to a 10-4 lead after the 1st quarter and didn’t look back. By halftime they increased their lead to 23-6 after a 13-2 2nd quarter. After halftime Nikki’s continued to pull away outscoring Subway 11-7 in the 3rd quarter giving them a 34-13 lead going into the final quarter. In the 4th quarter Subway held Nikki’s to 2-points, but couldn’t erase the deficit from the previous 3 quarters giving Nikki’s the win 38-19. HIGHLIGHTS: Nikki’s Sushi: #3 Kyler Schoonmaker 20, #2 Coleman Lamendola 8, #4 Mason Brooks 4, and #4 Ben Testori, #10 Tyler Chenevert, and #13 Sam Martin 2-points each. CB Subway: #2 Harry Smith-Martin, #10 Leo Baggie 5, and #14 Dion Wallace and #12 Joseph Stagner 2-points each. 
• 3:00PM – Hines Senior Center vs. Mid-Atlantic Drilling – After a 6-6 1st quarter Hines Senior Center went on a 11-0 run in the 2nd quarter to take a 11-point lead at halftime After halftime Hines Senior continued to pull away outscoring Mid0Atlantic Drilling 13-6 in the 3rd quarter and 14-9 in the 4th quarter, giving them the win 44-20. HIGHLIGHTS: Hines Senior Center: #11 Nathan Hardison 14, #1 Taj Monroe 12, #12 Mason Massey 6, #3 Christian Merten and #2 Dominic Farmintino 4-points each, and #14 Cathryn Paquet and #10 Jackson Kupec 2-points each. Mid-Atlantic Drilling: #1 Zac Silver 10, #5 Dwight Best 5, #2 Jas Herring and #12 Grayson Hines 2-points each and #13 Alyssa Fizzer 1-point.