Davison#039;s hot hand leads Heat to victory

Published 12:00 am Saturday, January 28, 2006

Jakeem Davison scored 10 third-period points to help spark the Lakers to a 33-14 rout of the Heat in PeeWee boys action from the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department on Jan. 19.

Davison led the Lakers with a game-high 16 points. Jiovonte Davidson led the Heat with seven.

Lakers 31, Heat 23

Davison scored nine of his team-high 14 points in the first half on Jan. 21 to lead the Lakers to another win over the Heat.

Draylen McGrew led the Heat with 11 points, while Davidson finished with 10.

Midget Girls

Tylesha Cook and Jadia Howard scored a basket each in the fourth period to lift the Tigers to a 10-6 victory over Sparks on Jan. 19.

Jasmine Yelder and Cook led the Tigers with four points each.

Keyundra Betton led the Sparks with five points.

Sparks 13, Mystics 10

Betton scored four second-half points to lead the Sparks to the victory. Betton finished with a team-high six points.

Jasmine Morris and Talesha McDonald each scored five points for the Mystics.

Midget Boys

Javan Kent and James Herbert scored six second-half points to lead the Nuggets to a 32-19 victory over the Bulls on Jan. 20.

Herbert led the Nuggets with 13 points.

Trevor Womack led the Bulls with 10, while Laderius Howard had nine.

Wizzards 29, Lakers 28

Demarcus Wilson scored only one point for the game, but it was the most important. Wilson stepped to the free throw line for two foul shots with the game tied at 28 in the fourth quarter. Wilson missed the first, but netted the second for the game-winner.

Desmond Feagin led the Wizzards with 10 points. Winston Peagler and Michael Watts followed with seven points.

Daryl Starks paced the Lakers with a game-high 15 points.

Wizzards 34, Nuggets 30

Michael Watts scored four of his 13 points in overtime to lead the Wizzards to a victory over the Nuggets on Jan. 21.

Peagler led the Wizzards with a team-high 17 points.

Herbert scored a game-high 21 points for the Nuggets.

Lakers 31, Bulls 21

Starks scored nine second-half points to lead the Lakers over the Bulls. Starks finished with a game-high 18 points.

Trevor Womack led the Bulls with 17 points.

Jr/Sr Boys

Jacque Burnett scored 15 of his 23 points in the second half to spark the Heat to a 68-39 victory over the Pistons on Jan. 18.

Montrez Cannon chipped in 14 for the Heat, while Derrick Huguler led the Pistons with 10.

Spurs 49, Magic 43

Demario Simpson scored six fourth-quarter points to lead the Spurs to victory. Simpson finished the night with a team-high 11 points.

Akeem Thompson paced the Magic with a game-high 13 points, while Sylvester Seawright added 11.

Heat 57, Magic 54

Burnett's bucket late in the fourth period sealed the victory for the Heat over the Magic on Jan. 21. Burnett finished with 18 points, while Roderick Smith had 11.

Seawright led the Magic with a game-high 21 points.

Spurs 50, Pistons 49

Demario Simpson's jumper late in the fourth period ended up being the game winner for the Spurs over the Pistons. Simpson led the Spurs with 14 points, while Curtis Thagard added 12.

James Smith paced the Pistons with 10.

Old Skool 73, Young Money 64

Earnest Wilson scored eight of his 10 points in the second half to lead Old Skool to a victory over Young Money on Jan. 23.

Wilson was one of five players to finish in double figures for Old Skool.

Donnie Kemp led Old Skool with 18 points followed by Quinton McCastle with 16.

Thomas Canaty added 13 and Walter Hicks and Wilson with 10 points each.

Michael Ball led Young Money with a game-high 33 points, while Terrell Coleman added 13.

Benefit Planners 70,

Hwashin 58

Jai Hill poured in 13 of his game-high 25 points in the second half to lead Benefit Planners to an easy win.

Terrin Hill chipped in 13, while Ronnie Paulk had 12.

Roderick Owens led Hwashin with 23 points, while Clifford Jackson had 17.

New Beginning 85,

Tyrone's Barber Shop 65

Desmond Walker netted 14 of his team-high 24 points in the first half to lead New Beginning to the double-digit victory.

Willie Walker finished with 14 points for New Beginning, while Preston Walker had 13 and Andre Womack with 12.

Marcus Miles led Tyrone's Barber Shop with 19, while Kurt Scott had 15. Roosevelt Moore added 12, and Kim McMeans had 10.