The B-Team defeated The Lookouts 38-31 in women’s Rec League action. Alex Dickerson led the B-Team with nine points, while Lisa Lynch led The Lookouts with a game high 14 points in the loss.
Howmet topped the D’Wolves 36-27. Elexis Smith led Howmet with a game high 10 points, while Kayla Dyal led the D’Wolves with nine in the loss.
Stinson’s Stars took down East Tennessee Diamond 59-11. Tee Demoss led Stinson’s Stars with a game high 20 points and was helped by Chanda Parker’s 15.
Rich’s beat the Bucs 2-0 by forfeit.
By-Lo Markets topped the Rockets 71-40. Travor Mason led By-Lo Markets with a game high 27 points and was helped by Mark Russell’s 25, while Justin Black led the Rockets with 14 in the loss.
Los Manis fell to the Wildboyz 71-40. Allen Estes and Brady Spaulding led the Wildboyz each with 14 points in the win.
The Bricklayers squeaked by Fried Taters 52-50. Travis Kelley led the Bricklayers with 16 points, while Andrew Woody led Fried Taters with a game high 24 points.
The Vifan Vipers topped PFG Hale 53-40. Will Laws led the Vipers with a game high 14 points, while Kameron Solomon led PFG Hale with 12 points in the loss.
The Titanes took down Compton’s Auto 53-49. Ricardo Santana led the Titanes with 17 points, while Isaiah Kyle led Compton’s Auto with a game high 20 points in the loss.
Parkway Auto fell to College Park Pharmacy 92-83. Bronson Parker led College Park with a game high 32 points and was helped by Robbie Carpenter’s 24 points, while Ben Rednour led Parkway Auto with 28 points. Nathan Atkins and John Huertas each helped Parkway Auto with 19 points.
G-Gun topped the Toon Squad 69-59. Aaron Miller led G-Gun with 18 points, while Josh Henrichs led the Toon Squad with a game high 20 points and was helped by Josh Ely’s 16 in the loss.
The Usual Suspects took down Slow Motion 66-57. Anthony Span led the Usual Suspects with a game high 22 points and was helped by Wahkeem Simpson’s 16, while Brian O’Dell led Slow Motion with 20 in the loss.
The Old Dawgs fell to T&A 30-27. Curtis Eddington led T&A with nine points, while Aubrey Beeler led Old Dawgs with a game high 16 points.
The By-Lo Markets, led by Trevor Mason’s game high 28 points and Mark Russell’s 20 points, topped Team Honda 57-51. Justin Cain led Team Honda with 14 points in the loss.
Los Magicos fell to the Wildboyz 64-44. Dustin Jarnigan led the Wildboyz with 13 points, while Matthew Rippetoe led Los Magicos with a game high 14 points in the loss.
The Squad took down the Mahle Tarheels 59-46. Rodney Rice led the Squad with a game high 24 points and was helped by Matt Rice’s 20, while Roy Martin led the Tarheels with 17 in the loss.
The Bushwackers topped PRBC 54-46. Josh Greene led the Bushwackers with 16 points, while Billy Couch led PRBC with a game high 18 points and was helped by Kenny Boling’s 17 in the loss.
The Pain Train fell to the Underdogs 56-50. Jessee Cook led the Underdogs with a game high 32 points and was helped by Corey Myers’ 15, while Jacob Samsel led the Pain Train with 16 in the loss.
Harris Rental Warriors topped Synchronized Logistics 62-55. Harris Rentals was led by Michael Harris Jr.’s game high points, Michael Buchanan’s 17 points, and Michael Blanton’s 15 points. Brad Creech led Synchronized Logistics with 15 points in the loss.
TPM fell to Gits and Shiggles 76-45. Aaron Miller led Gits and Shiggles with a game high 25 points and was helped by Tyler Williams’ 18, while Justin Trent led TPM with 13 in the loss.
Team Jordan took down the Runnin Rebels 50-47. Stephen Lewis led Team Jordan with 13 points, while Derek Marshall led the Runnin Rebels with a game high 16 points in the loss.
The Bulldogs topped Roger’s Petroleum 60-41. Pete Clark led the Bulldogs with 14 points, while Cory Harrison led Roger’s Petroleum with a game high 22 points in the loss.
The Ambassadors fell to Shake and Bake 49-45. Jake Bannow led Shake and Bake with 13 points, while Caleb Hotz led the Ambassadors with a game high 19 points in the loss.
The Goon Squad topped 3-Point Play 83-75. The Goon Squad was led by Stacy Smith’s 20 points, Kenny Everett’s 18, and Anthony Webber’s 15. Corey Ottiger led 3-Point Play with a game high 43 points in the loss.
Chaos topped International Paper 75-65. Chaos was led by Josh Moore’s 27 points, Chris Vaughn’s 17, and Joe Horner’s 16. International Paper was led by Bradley Purkey’s game high 28 points and Joey Bradshaw’s 22 in the loss.
Alcoa Howmet defeated KTN 48-22. Dustin Lawson led Alcoa Howmet with 13 points, while Josh Hixon also led KTN with 13 in the loss.
Trelleborg fell to D.T. 43-35. Jake Smith Peters led D.T. with a game high 21 points, while Casey Wampler led Trelleborg with 10 in the loss.
Jimmy’s Auto Parts took down the Dream Team 71-52. Josh Tignor led Jimmy’s Auto Parts with a game high 28 points and was helped by Matt Craine’s 22, while Jonathan Holder led the Dream Team with 10 in the loss.
Exit Triple “E” Realty topped the Pioneers 95-76. Gage Denton led Exit Triple “E”E Realty with 26 points and was helped by Rusty Miller’s 21, while Ryan Barnard led the Pioneers with a game high 30 points in the loss.
Pharmacy Express took down Rescue 180 103-64. Pharmacy Express was led by Landon Potts’ game high 24 points, Sam Hodge’s 22, Patrick Waddell’s 16, and Allen Riddle’s and Cory Shaw’s 15 points. Jeremy Ayers led Rescue 180 with 18 points and was helped by Gerald Jackson’s 16 in the loss.
The Blazers fell to the Mavericks 27-16. Noah Woodard and Connor McFayden each led the Mavericks with six points, while Aaron Huffman led the Blazers with eight.
The Cavs squeaked by the Suns 28-27. Christian Henry led the Cavs with 10 points, while Zachary Christensen led the Suns with a game high 18 points in the loss.
The Wizards topped the Magic 19-11. Elijah Galyon led the Wizards with a game high 12 points, while Blake Lovell led the Magic with four in the loss.
The Vols took down the Wolfpack 12-3. Dylan Nufrio led the Vols with six points, while Dawson Cribley led the Wolfpack with two.
The Timberwolves fell to the Blue Devils 20-16. Daylan Patterson led the Blue Devils with 10 points, while Trevor Foulks also led the Timberwolves with ten in the loss.
The Raptors topped the Globetrotters 16-8. Tison Johnson led the Raptors with seven points, while Brendan Mattis and Ty Steisslinger each led the Globetrotters with four points a piece.
The Hawks took down the Hurricanes 38-28. Nickolas Jeffers and Randal Morgan each led the Hawks with 12 points, while David Ellison also led the Hurricanes with 12 in the loss.
The Rockets defeated the Senators 28-20. Jacob Depew led the Rockets with a game high 11 points, while Jacob Greene led the Senators with seven in the loss.
The Pistons fell to the Bulls 34-16. Zach Hubbard led the Bulls with a game high 12 points, while Dale Wilson led the Pistons with 10 in the loss.
The Celtics topped the Bullets 37-29. Kaelan Hunt led the Celtics with a game high 14 points, while Greg Rucker led the Bullets with 11 in the loss.
The Knights took down the Lady Irish 22-10. Hallie Huffman led the Knights with a game high 10 points, while Alyssa Marker led the Lady Irish with four in the loss.
The Lady Trotters topped the Lady Lightning 32-6. Keeley Yarbourgh led the Lady Trotters with a game high 17 points, while Hannah Stone led the Lady Lightning with four in the loss.
The Lady Swish fell to the Jazz 28-4. Mollie Cornett led the Jazz with nine points, while Summer Gahagan led the Lady Swish with four in the loss.
The Dazzlers topped the Stars 27-21. Katie Deering led the Dazzlers with a game high 10 points, while Nicole Burnett led the Stars with nine in the loss.
The Lady Tarheels took down the Angels 22-18. Tiffany Dover led the Lady Tarheels with a game high nine points, while the Angels were led by Keylee Greene, Kali Posey, Emily Johnston, and Alisa Brown all with four points.
The Sparks fell to the Crush 39-28. Kaitlyn Hopkins led the Crush with 10 points, while Mackenzie King led the Sparks with a game high 14 in the loss.
The Comets topped the Skywalkers 23-13. Alanna McBee led the Comets with a game high 12 points, while Mariah Jones led the Skywalkers with six in the loss.
All stats and scores were taken from score sheets provided by the Morristown Parks and Recreation Department.