College Park Pharmacy routs Toon Squad in Rec hoops

Posted on Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 10:47 am

Dag Berquist deposited 28 points, Bronson Parker added 27 and Rusty Arwood tallied 22 to lead College Park Pharmacy past Toon Squad, 96-72, in men’s recreation league hoops action Tuesday.

Josh Henrichs totaled 19 points and Ryan Brady added 16 in the defeat.

G-Gun destroyed Slow Motion, 86-48, behind 18 points each from J.P. McCloy and Aaron Miller. Bradley Harris tossed in 19 in the loss.

Chaos topped ALCOA Howmet, 56-44, as Eric Denton led the way with 15 points. Jacob Spoone tallied 13 in the defeat.

KTN dropped Trelleborg, 58-53, behind 19 points from Jeremy Stump. Casey Wampler had 20 in the loss.

Bradley Purkey pumped in 21 points to lead International Paper past DT, 55-49. Jake Smithpeters notched 17 in the defeat.

Team Jordan rolled past Synchronized Logistics, 52-38, as Casey Ricker led the way with 17 points and Corey Myers added 15. Jeremy Cox totaled 15 in the loss.

Kenny Everett fired in 29 points and Stacy Smith added 20 to lead Goon Squad past the Rogers Petroleum Ballers, 78-55. Cory Harrison had 24 and Brett Owen added 23 in the defeat.

Shake & Bake slipped past 3-Point Play, 65-63, behind 23 points from Jake Bannow and 17 from Matt Bannow. Cory Ottinger fired in 32 and Freddy Kramer tallied 15 in the loss.

The Bulldogs routed The Ambassadors, 67-47, as Robert Salvallagio led the attack with 21 points. Nathan Reed tallied 15 in the defeat.

Jimmy’s Auto Parts dropped Dream Team, 63-44, behind 17 points from Josh Tignor, 16 from Bowe Craine and 15 from Matt Craine. Cole Draughn dropped in 17 in the loss.

Pharmacy Express drilled Rescue 180, 97-62, behind 25 points from Sam Hodge, 21 from Cory Shaw and 20 from Corbin Norton. Jeremy Ayers had 20 and Joe Horner recorded 15 in the defeat.

The Usual Suspects won by forfeit over Parkway Auto. The Bucs won by forfeit over B-Team. Exit Triple E Realty won by forfeit over the Pioneers.

All information taken from scoresheets provided by the Morristown Parks and Recreation Department.

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