Burnette gives Heat a spark to top Magic

Published 12:00 am Saturday, January 21, 2006

In junior-senior boys action on Jan. 11, Jacque Burnett scored eight second-half points to lift the Heat to a 42-35 victory over the Magic. Burnett led the Heat with 15 points, while Jarred Yelder chipped in six.

Jeremy Robinson led the Magic with seven points followed by Traves Yelder with six.

Pistons 49, Spurs 38

The Pistons overcame a 9-0 first-period deficit to rally to knock off the Spurs.

James Smith and Anthony Mack each poured in six fourth-period points to lead the Pistons to the comeback win.

Smith finished with a team-high 11 points for the game, while Mack had nine. DeAndre Crenshaw also had 10 points for the Pistons.

Damonta Crenshaw led the Spurs with nine points.

Pistons 66, Magic 52

Derrick Huguler scored 10 of his game-high 24 points in the fourth period to lead the Pistons over the Magic in a Jan. 4 game.

Anthony Mack chipped in 12 points, while Rodney Fails had 10 for the Pistons.

Deidrique Scott led the Magic with 10.

Heat 50, Spurs 44

Jacque Burnett scored 16 of his team-high 21 points in the second half to spark the Heat to the win over the Spurs.

Montrez Cannon added nine for the Heat.

DaMonte Crenshaw led the Spurs with 11 points, while DeMario Simpson added 10.

Men's League

Tyrone's Barbershop outscored Young Money 12-7 in the overtime period to come away with a 70-65 victory on Jan. 9.

Marcus Miles was one of four players from Tyrone's Barbershop to finish with double figures. Miles led with 22 points, while Roosevelt Moorer added 17. Kim McMeans chipped in 14, and Kurt Scott had 11.

Barry Owens led Young Money with 16 points. Demario Roper and Tim Crenshaw added 11 each.

New Beginning 87, Hwashin 41

Girad Warren had the hot hand for New Beginning by sinking three of his five 3-pointers on the night in the fourth period in the easy win over Hwashin.

Warren led all scorers with 32 points.

Desmond Walker added 16, while Kevin Norris had 13.

Roderick Owens paced Hwashin with 13 points, and Ben Campbell had 10.

Benefit Planners 85,

Old Skool 83 (OT)

Benefit Planners did not convert a single field goal, but did sink 7-of-9 free throw attempts in the overtime period to hold off Old Skool.

Jai Hill scored 23 of his game-high 32 points in the second half to lead Benefit Planners' four players who finished with double figures.

Terrin Hill added 20 followed by Ronnie Paulk with 13 and Tommy Gilbert with 10.

Dewayne Thigpen had a hot hand from beyond the 3-point arc to lead Old Skool with 22 points, including four 3-pointers.

Thomas Canaty and Donnie Kemp added 14 points each.

Midget Girls

TaLesha McDonald scored six points to lead the Mystics to an 11-6 victory over the Tigers on Jan. 5.

Jasmine Morris had three points, and Jasmine Stewart had two for the Mystics.

Tylesha Cook led the Tigers with four points, while Jasmine Yelder added two.

Mystics 13, Sparks 3

Jasmine Morris scored six of her game-high eight points to lead the Mystics to another win.

McDonald added five points in the victory.

Jakia Walker had two points for the Sparks, while Kadeshia Cook added a point.

Midget Boys

Rashard Cannon and Jamaricus Murphy scored six second-half points each to lead the Bulls to a 32-28 victory over the Wizzards on Jan. 6.

Cannon led the Bulls with 12 points, while Murphy had 10.

Michael Watts led the Bulls with a game-high 13 points, while Desmond Feagin had 12.

Nuggets 31, Lakers 28

Javuan Kent converted a three-point play late in the fourth period to give the Nuggets the lead for good in their win over the Lakers.

Kent finished with eight points, while James Herbert led the Nuggets with 10.

Daryl Starks led the Lakers with a game-high 18 points.