3rd and 4th Grade League
Elks (10-0) scored their 10th straight win by demolishing Tyrone Colonial Courtyard 32-5. Denver Burket led the winners with eight points, followed by Korry Cowher, Justin Miller and Nick Patton each with six points, Jordan Corl with four and Zachary Burke added the final two points. Christian Getz had three points for Colonial Courtyard (1-9) and Kayle Swope added two points.
Walk’s Trade (9-1) decisioned Michael’s Photography 29-14 to stay just a game behind Elks. Derrik Emigh fronted the attack for Walk’s with a league-best 15 points, Chelsie Hook scored eight points, Richard Stever had four and Jesse Shaffer scored two points. Derek Denny led Michael’s (4-6) with 10 points and Rayne Nevling contributed four points.
O’s Shooters (6-4) knocked off Frito Lay 17-11 to go two games over .500. Tyler Glashouser led the winners with seven points followed by four points from Ian Murray and Bront Stewart and two points from Kyler Johnson. Jordan Faretta had six points for Frito Lay (5-5), Brooke Romano and Casey Baird had two points each and Brianna Hoover had one point.
DelGol’s (3-7) shaded DelGrosso’s 15-14 in the closest contest of the day. Kevin Rodkey led the attack for DeGol’s with 11 points and Curtis Hoover and James Russell each had two points. Kaleb Chronister led DelGrosso’s with eight points, Thad O’Shea added four points and Bryant McCracken had two points.
O’s Shooters (7-4) spiked Michael’s Photography 22-8 in the first game reported on Sunday. Tyler Glashouser and Kyler Johnson spearheaded the winners with six points each, Bront Stewart added four points and Ian Murray had two points. Derek Denny led Michael’s with four points and Ben Hampton and Rayne Nevling had two points each.
Walk’s Trade (10-1) kept the pressure on front-running Elks by stopping Colonial Courtyard almost completely, 29-1. While Colonial Courtyard’s (1-10) lone point was scored by Kayle Swope, Richard Crabtree fronted Walk’s with seven points, Derrik Emigh and Brooke Pierson each tossed in six points, Jimmy Ferguson and Chelsey Hook added four points each and Richard Stever had two points.
Frito Lay (6-5) downed DeGol’s by 10 points 22-12. Jordan Faretta had a league-high 10 points for Frito Lay, followed by Brianna Hoover and Casey Baird with four and Brooke Romano and Brandon Osborne with two points each. James Russell led DeGol’s (3-8) with six points, Lake Ingle had four and Kevin Rodkey scored the other two points.
In the final game reported, Elks (11-0) kept their perfect mark intact with a 22-10 triumph over DelGrosso’s (2-9). Denver Burket continued a hot hand by leading the winners with six points, the trio of Charlie Burket, Justin Miller and Nick Patton each scored four points and Jordan Corl threw in two points. Kaleb Chronister fronted DelGrosso’s with eight points and Joshua Burwell chipped in two points.
Elks 11-0 Michael’s 4-7
Walk’s Trade 10-1 DeGol’s 3-8
O’s Sew Shop 7-4 DelGrosso’s 2-9
Frito Lay 6-5 Colonial Courtyard 1-10
25 & Over League
Reliance Savings (4-0) edged Team # 3 in the closest contest of the night 75-73 in the first score reported. Lance Grimes poured in a league-best 33 points to pace Reliance, while Jim Coeller led Team # 3 (2-2) with 16 points.
P. S. Printing (1-3) knocked off Hampton Inn 64-40 for their first win. Rich Shoop led P.S. Printing with 18 points, while Rich Sievers also had 18 for Hampton Inn (2-2)
Joshua House (3-1) dominated Independents 123-63, to stay a game back of Reliance. Jim Kilmartin pumped in 29 points to lead the winners and Mike Gill led Independents (0-4) with 16 points.
Reliance Bank 4-0 Team # 3 2-2
Joshua House 3-1 P. S. Printing 1-3
Hampton Inn 2-2 Independents 0-4