Girls Basketball League
John Ramsey remained in first place in the Girls Sunday Basketball League by rolling over Elks 24-3 to up their undefeated record to 4-0. Kara Boyd led a diversified attack for John Ramsey that also had Kiley Dick, Jenna Morgan and Jessica Bigelow with four points each. Cassie Baird had two points for Elks (1-3).
VFW edged Med-Center Pharmacy in a closely contested 17-16 win. Jena Caporusio fronted VFW (2-2) with eight points and Liz Erickson added five. Paris Hardin led Med-Center Pharmacy (0-4) with 14 points.
In the third contest, State Farm defeated O’s Sew Shop 26-16. Rachel Emigh had a league-high 16 points to lead State Farm, who stayed just a game out of first with a 3-1 mark. Amy Lewis led O’s Sew Shop (2-2) eight points and Ashley Lechner contributed four points.
John Ramsey 4-0 VFW 2-2
State Farm 3-1 Elks 1-3 O’s Sew Shop 2-2 Med-Center Pharmacy 0-4
3 On 3 League
Joshua House kept the pressure on the rest of the Men’s 3 on 3 League with another pair of wins to improve their record to 15-1. Craig Hunter led Joshua House in a 34-17 Game One win over J-House with 12 points. Steve Bryan and Nick Cushion each had six points for J-House. In Game Two, Jim Kilmartin scored 19 points to lead Joshua House over J-House in a close one 32-30. Mark Kosoglow popped a dozen points for J-House (7-9).
Team # 5 took two games from Old Timers to climb into second place with a 12-4 mark. Jim Lightner led Team # 5 with 12 points in a 32-12 win over Old Timers in the first contest. Jeff Adams fronted Old Timers with seven points. In the second game, Jim Koeller’s 20 points led Team # 5 to a 32-29 win. Adams pumped in 20 also to lead Old Timers (7-9).
Evergreen Farms and Team # 7 split a pair of games to round out the evening. Evergreen Farms (10-6) took the opener 34-26 behind 16 points from Jarrod Anderson. Jason Miller poured in 19 points for Team # 7 in the highest scoring contest of the evening. In the second game, Miller led the attack with 17 more as Team # 7 (6-10) defeated Evergreen Farms 33-25. Travis Anderson led Evergreen Farms with 13 points.
Mavericks (7-9) received two wins the easy way by virtue of forfeits over P. S. Printing (0-16).
Evergreen Farms took two game from Mavericks to tie Team # 5 for second place. Evergreen Farms (12-6) defeated Mavericks in the opener 33-16 with 19 points by Andy Harpster leading the way. Doug Savino and Mike Ashcroft had six points each for Mavericks. In Game Two, Evergreen Farms used 12 points from Jarrod Anderson to defeat Mavericks 32-24. John Miller score a dozen points for Mavericks (7-11).
Joshua House (17-1) continued their torrid pace with two wins over Team # 5 (12-6) to knock the losers into a second place tie with Evergreen Farms. Jim Kilmartin had 20 points in a first-game 32-25 win for Joshua House, while Jim Lightner had 16 in a losing cause for Team # 5. In the second contest, Kilmartin added 15 points in a 32-26 win for Joshua House. Jim Koeller led Team # 5 with 16 points.
In the final pair of the evening, J-House split with P. S. Printing one game each. In the opening game, J-House (8-10) defeated P. S. Printing 32-29 with Mark Kosoglow leading J-House with 12 points and Todd Lewis fronting P. S. Printing with a bakers dozen, 13 points. P. S. Printing (1-17) edged J-House 33-31 in the second game for their first win with Luke Rhoades pouring in a league-best 26 points. Nick Cushion led J-House with 13 points.
Team # 7 (8-10) won two games from Old Timers (7-11) by forfeit.
Joshua House 17-1 Team # 7 8-10
Team # 5 12-6 Mavericks 7-11
Evergreen Farms12-6 Old Timers 7-11
J-House 8-10 P. S. Printing 1-17
Girls Basketball League