Love and Brown score 24 to lead B.J. Auto Sale to victory

Published 12:00 am Saturday, January 27, 2007

Three players scored more than 20 points Monday night as the B.J. Auto Sale team cruised to victory over team Computer Shack in the Greenville Parks and Rec. men's basketball league, 101-82.

Marcus Love and Steve Brown led B.J. Auto Sale with 24 points apiece, all of which were three pointers, followed by William Farris Jr. with 21 points. All of Farris' points were three pointers also.

Chris Anderson also had 12 points in the win.

For team Computer Shack, Rashad Knight had a team-high 21 points, followed by Roosevelt Moore with 19 points, DeMario Roper with 13 points and Isiah Mack and LaDarrence Perdue with 12 points apiece.

B.J. Auto Sale will return to action Monday against team And 1 at 7:30 p.m. while team Computer Shack will take on team Extreme Audio at 6:30 p.m.

G.P. All-Stars 103, Hwashin 79

Desmond Walker scored the night's highest total with 40 points Monday to help led the G.P. All-Stars past team Hwashin, 103-79.

Jerod Walker wasn't far behind Desmond, finishing with 37 points, while teammate Wes Robinson finished with 10 points and Lawarence Stone and DeWayne Thigpen each finished with nine points.

For Hwashin, Corey Bedgood was the team's leading scorer with 29 points, followed by Michael Ball with 24 points, Michael Frost with 12 points and Cardrick Johnson with eight points.

The G.P. All-Stars will take on team West Point Monday at 7:30 p.m. and team Hwashin will take on the A-Town Playas at 8:30 p.m.

Extreme Audio 90, FYE 70

Four players scored in double digits Monday to led team Extreme Audio to victory over team FYE, 90-70.

Barry Owens led Extreme Audio with a team-high 20 points, followed by Quinton McCastle with 17 points, Gee-Vannie Cooper with 15 points and DeMarcus Griffin with 11 points.

For team FYE, Joe Watson had a game-high 29 points, followed by Doug Martin Jr. with 16 points and Lenord Scott with 12.

Extreme Audio will return to action Monday to take on Computer Shack and team FYE will take the Southern Outlaws. Both games start at 6:30 p.m.

Senior boys

Rockets 66, Bulls 62

Montrez Cannon had a game-high 27 points Wednesday night to lead the Rockets past the Bulls, 66-62.

Patrick Tolliver was next for the Rockets with 14 points, followed by Demetrius Powell with 11 points and Rodney Fails with seven points.

James Smith was the leading scorer for the Bulls with 19 points, followed by Deidrique Scott with 17 points and Anthony Mack with 14 points.

Curtis Thagard also had nine points in the loss.

The Rockets and Bulls will return to action Wednesday.

Suns 52, Knicks 51

The Knicks staged a valiant comeback Wednesday evening but it wasn't enough as the Suns were able to hold on for the win, 52-51.

Jeremy Robinson had a team-high 11 points for the Suns, followed by Kenneth Paterson with 10 points and DeMario Simpson and Jamie Bush with nine points apiece.

Antonio Jones had a game-high 15 points to lead the Knicks, followed by Bobby Goldsmith with 13 points and Jacques Burnett with 11 points.

The Suns and the Knicks will return to action Wednesday.

Junior boys

Magic 43, Heat 40

Patrick Burnett had a game-high 19 points Wednesday night to help pace the Magic past the Heat, 43-40.

Daryl Starks was next for the Magic with 12 points while teammate Michael watts finished with six points in the win.

For the Heat, Paris McDonald was the team's leading scorer with 11 points, followed by Eric Simmons with 10 points and James Herbert III with six points.

The Magic and Heat will square off again Wednesday night at 5:30 p.m.

Midget boys

Wizards 44, Pistons 40

Winston Peagler had a team-high 18 points Tuesday night as the Wizards held on for the close victory over the Pistons, 44-40.

Desmond Feagin and Trevor Womack weren't close behind, finishing with 12 points apiece, and Jaquest Posey finished with two points in the win.

For the Pistons, Jerome Cook had a game-high 22 points, followed by Antonio Pressley with six points and Dexter Pressley with five points.

The Wizards will take on the Heat Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. and the Pistons will take on the Lakers at 5:30 p.m.

Heat 29, Lakers 25

JaKeem Davidson had a game-high 12 points Tuesday night to help pace the Heat past the Lakers, 29-25.

JaMarcus Davison and DeMarcus Wilson each had five points while Julius Lymon had four in the win.

For the Lakers,

D'Raylen McGrew had a team-high seven points, followed by Cavante Roberts with six points and Brandon Smith with five.

The Heat will take on the Wizards at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday night while the Lakers will take on the Pistons at 5:30 p.m.

Pee wee boys

Raptors 13, Spurs 12

The Raptors outscored the Spurs 10-2 in the final half Thursday night and it proved to be just enough as the Raptors held on for the win, 13-12.

Issac Howard was the leading scorer for the Raptors with six points, followed by Keith Norris with five points and Victor Powell with two.

For the Spurs, Monkevius Bradley had a game-high 10 points, followed by Mark Bradley with two points.

The Raptors will return to action Thursday against the Heat at 6 p.m. and the Spurs will take on the Bulls at 6:45 p.m.

Bulls 26, Heat 8

Kionte McGrew had a game-high 14 points Thursday night to lead the Bulls over the Heat, 26-8.

CharDarious Davison was next for the Bulls with eight points, followed by Joshua Kent and Willie Kent with two points apiece.

Takira Walker was the leading scorer for the Heat with four points, followed by Tyrone Crenshaw and Jaquan Lewis with two points apiece.

The Bulls will take on the Spurs at 6:45 p.m. Thursday night while the Heat will take on the Raptors at 6 p.m.

Midget girls

Sparks 23, Storm 22

Takila Walker had a game-high 10 points Thursday night to help lift the Sparks over the Storm in a close win, 23-22.

Jasmine Morris was next for the Sparks with four points, followed by Noelle Love with three points and LaSadra Cook with two points.

Telesha McDonald was the leading scorer for the Storm with a game-high 15 points, followed by Tyleshia Cook with five points and Sylvanna Marlow with two points.