Davison#039;s second-half surge sparks Lakers over Heat

Published 12:00 am Thursday, December 29, 2005

JaKeem Davison scored seven of his team-high 11 points in the second half to help lift the Lakers to a 21-8 victory over the Heat in Greenville Recreation Department basketball action on Dec. 15.

JaMarcus Davison chipped in six and De'Vonte Savage had four for the Lakers.

Jiavonte Davidson led the Heat with three points. Draylen McGrew and Clayton McMeans finished with two points, while Kionte McGrew had a point.

Jr./Sr. Boys

Pistons 55, Magic 52

Anthony Mack scored eight of his team-high 15 points to lead the Pistons over the Magic. Paris McDonald and Nicholas Albritton chipped in six points each for the Pistons.

Deidrique Scott led the Magic with 13 points. Jeremy Robinson added nine, while Sylvester Seawright had seven.

Heat 39, Spurs 28

The Heat outscored the Spurs 21-10 in the second half thanks to Montrez Cannon's 10 second-half points in the win.

Jacque Burnett added seven, while Jarrod Yelder had six for the Heat.

DeMario Simpson led the Spurs with nine points, while Damonte Crenshaw had six.

Midget Girls

Tigers 12, Sparks 11

Jasmine Yelder scored the only basket for the Tigers in the fourth period to give them a 12-11 victory over the Sparks.

Yelder led the Tigers with 10 points, while Tylesha Cook had two and Jada Howard had one.

Keyundrea Betton led the Sparks with six points. Kedeshia Cook added four, and Takila Walker had one.

Mystics 21, Tigers 5

Jasmine Morris scored seven second-half points to lead the Mystics over the Tigers. Morris finished with nine points to pace the Mystics.

Jasmine Stewart had eight and Lalesha McDonald had four.

Jasmine Yelder scored all of the Tigers' points.

Midget Boys

Nuggets 31, Lakers 30

Demario Jones hit a basket late in the fourth period to life the Nuggets to the one-point victory. Jones finished with 11 points.

Javaun Kent led the Nuggets with 12 points, while Jerome Cook added seven.

Daryl Starks led all scorers with 18 points for the Lakers. Barry Powell chipped in six.

Bulls 35, Wizards 32

Rashard Cannon sank 6-of-8 free throws in the fourth period to lead the Bulls over the Wizards. Cannon finished the night with a game-high 30 points, while Trevor Womack had five.

Winston Peagler led the Wizards with 16 points. Desmond Feagin added eight.