YMCA youth basketball results

  • CHAMPIONS – Pictured are the members of the co-ed grades 5-8 Fiske-Murphy team. Pictured is, from left to right, front row-Aiden Saviski, Josh Stevens, Josiah Anderson, Ivan Cardona and Koda Tolppa. Back row, left to right-coach Peter Stahlbrand, Lucas Saisa, Rose Leander, Arianna Whaley-Britt and Colby Goodwin. Not pictured is Jayden Delgado. Courtesy Photo—

  • CHAMPS – Pictured are the members of the girls grades 2-4 winning Athol-Lions Club team. From left to right, front row-Whitney Reeves and McKaylan Dunn. Back row, left to right-Ella Reeves, Hannah Cardoso, Haley David and coach Madison Truehart. Not pictured is Becky Lanoue. Courtesy Photo—

  • THE CHAMPIONS – Pictured are the members of the championship winning team Kimball-Cooke. Pictured is, front row, left to right-Landon Bass, Ryter Cummings, Kyle Bjorlin and Jack Inniss. Back row, left to right-coach Josh Cormier, Coltin Fausett, Colby Goodwin, Jackson Burnham, coach Sean Inniss and coach Mike Bjorlin. Courtesy Photo—

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

ATHOL — The YMCA youth basketball league finished up its season back on Jan. 20 with the Athol-Orange Lions Club defeating L.S. Starrett 18-16 in the championship game. Other championship games include Kimball-Cooke’s 20-16 win over #ProjectPurple and Fiske-Murphy’s 17-16 win over Athol Hospital. The following are the results of the final week of games for the program.

Athol-Orange Lions Club 18, L.S. Starrett 16

Haley David led the Lions Club with eight points, while Ella Reeves scored six points and Hannah Cardoso scored four points. For L.S. Starrett, Evelyn Leblanc, Morgan Ashmore and Jaylah Taylor each scored four points, while Chloe Kessler and Sophia Gauvin scored two points.

Kimball-Cooke 20, #ProjectPurple 16

In an overtime championship thriller, Kimball-Cooke came out on top thanks to 16 points from Ethan Goodwin. Ryter Cummings and Jackson Burnham scored two points each. For #ProjectPurple, Aiden Vitale led the team with six points. Wyatt Whitman scored four points, while Kainen Laakso and Jordan Rivera scored three points each.

Fiske-Murphy 17, Athol Hospital 16

In another championship game, Fiske-Murphy edged out a one-point win backed by four points from Colby Goodwin, two points from Lucas Saisa, two points from Aiden Saviski, four points from Ivan Cardona, two points from Joshua Stevens and three points from Rose Leander. Brandon Ouellet led Athol Hospital with 13 points. Tavaris Atwood added three points, while Anthony Gallo added two points.

Herrick’s Tavern 12, Shore Drive Apartments 7

Ava Adams led Herrick’s Tavern with eight points, while Ella Reed scored four points. Elizabeth Boudreau scored three points for Shore Drive Apartments, while Leah Lacasse scored four points.

Camp Wiyaka 26, Kessler Investments 12

Karim Nur led Camp Wiyaka with 16 points, while Trey Gallo scored eight points and Druelle Yarborough scored two points. Brody Brockney and Kamdyn Ward each scored six points for Kessler Investments.

Hometown Bank 24, Athol Auto 20

Drake Wing scored 14 points for Hometown Bank in its 24-20 win over Athol Auto. Caunor Mason scored eight points for Hometown Bank, while Matthew Pilling scored two. For Athol Auto, Brent Boudreau led the team with 10 points. Heyrlackmung Calypso scored four points, while Andre Jones scored three, Carter Hardy two and Adam Rodriguez one.

Athol-Orange Elks Club 16, Paul Rents 12

Madix Whitman led Athol-Orange Elks Club with eight points in its win over Paul Rents. Owen Whitman and Noah Bailey both contributed four points. For Paul Rents, Milton Brozell and Javan Fox each scored six points.

Rotary Club 26, WHO@LOG 4

Moziah Calypso and Jaxon Koutrakos scored eight points each, while Tyler Sellars scored six points, Travis Thibeault four and Kayden Rodriguez two in the Rotary Club’s win. Noah Beauregard and Jayce Grove scored two points each for WHO@LOG

Pete’s Tire Barn 24, Baxter 13

Hunter Kuehl led Pete’s Tire Barn with 14 points in its 24-13 win over Baxter. Tyler Kaczmarczyk scored eight points and Nahla Smith scored two points. Luca L’Ecuyer and Treyton Gatautis scored six points each for Baxter, while Connor Jackson added one point.

Athol Credit Union 14, Athol Dental 7

Evelyn King scored 10 points for Athol Credit Union in its win, while Justin Florentino and Harry Doody scored two points each. Bentley Campbell scored four points for Athol Dental, while Xavier Correa scored two points and Mia Reed scored one point.

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