Gove’s 15 points leads Spurs past Thunder

  • Referee Zachary Skinner explaining free-throw positioning to the Rockets and the Blazers at the Athol Area YMCA on December 29.  STAFF PHOTO/ADAM HARGRAVES

  • The Rockets and the Blazers shaking hands after their game at the Athol Area YMCA on December 29. STAFF PHOTO/ADAM HARGRAVES

  • Coach Doug Kaczmarczyk addressing the Rockets after their game at the Athol Area YMCA on December 29.  STAFF PHOTO/ADAM HARGRAVES

Staff reports
Published: 1/7/2019 11:55:29 PM

 Jayce Gove poured in 15 points for the Spurs in a 30-22 win over the Thunder in the kindergarten-first grade division at the Athol Area YMCA on Saturday. 

Jack Fitzgerald added eight points for the Spurs.

Hunter Kuehl and Jacoby Qunones were both in double-figures for the Thunder with 10 points each.  

Wolves 34, 76ers 25 — The Wolves roared past the 76ers behind Justin Florentine’s 12 points. 

Carla Hardy supplemented the Wolves’ scoring with eight points. 

Dawson Osborne was tops for the 76ers with eight points. 

2-4 Boys

Rockets 22, Warriors 20 — The Rockets snuck past the Warriors with the help of Jackson Burnham’s 10 points. 

Lucas L’Ecuyer led the Warriors with 10 points. 

Kings 24, Raptors 18 — The Kings pulled past the Raptors with Bradley Coleman leading the team with 10 points.

Ayden Charron scored seven points for the Raptors. 

Lakers 22, Blazers 2 — Defense carried the game in a win for the Lake Show.

Colin Fausett led the Lakers with 10 points while Wyatt Girard added eight.

Joseph Brooks scored a basket for the Trail Blazers. 

Pacers 23, Bulls 5 — Ty Williams’ eight points carried the Pacers to a victory over the Bulls.

Jack Coppolino’s four points led the Bulls. 

2-4 Girls

Hornets 24, Cavs 18 — The Hornets stung the Cavaliers with Ella Reeves erupting for 16 points in the win. 

Haley David and McKaylan Dunn scored six points each for the Cavaliers.

Knicks 22, Nets 17 — Leah Lacasse’s 12 points paced the Knickerbockers in a win over the Nets.

Lexi Ares had seven points in defeat with Alauna Choquette added six.


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