On Point Athletics remains unbeaten in Summer Basketball League

TENNERTON – The Upshur County Summer Basketball League wrapped up Week Two last week with four games and a pair of forfeits.

On Thursday, On Pont Athletics remained unbeaten with a 103-65 win over Blades & Fades.

Ryan Hurst had a game-high 37 points for On Point Athletics, while Darius Dillard led Blades & Fades with 20 points.

In the other game played Thursday, CPImagery defeated AMTC by a 57-53 score with Storm Workman leading CPImagery with 23 points while Ben Riley tallied 17 points for AMTC. In the other scheduled game on Thursday, High Point Construction won by forfeit over The Outpost.

Friday’s opener saw TKS Contracting win by forfeit over AMTC.

Game two was a 98-69 victory for Strategy IT over High Point Construction. Zach Dean led Strategy IT with 26 points while Eddie Prairie had 26 points for High Point Construction.

The final game on Friday was a 68-58 victory for The Outpost over Sam’s Pizza. Tommy Hawkins had 21 points for The Outpost while Ian Strader scored 19 for Sam’s Pizza.

Week three of the league was slated to get underway this past Monday as each weeknight will see three games played.

The boxscores:

(Thursday)

On Point Athletics 51  52 – 103

Blades & Fades 31  34 – 65

On Point Athletics 103

Ryan Hurst 15 0-0 37; Mitchell Price 8 3-4 23; Noam Keith 8 0-1 17; Drew Heatherly 7 1-2 16; Riley Lamb 5 0-0 10. 43 4-6 103.

Blades & Fades 65

Darius Dillard 9 1-1 20; Shawn Watson 5 0-0 13; Billy Plum 4 0-0 12; Landon Dillard 4 1-3 10; Brandon Zirk 3 0-0 6; Jordan Hunter 2 0-0 4. Totals 27 2-4 65.

High Point Construction Won by forfeit

The Outpost  Lost by forfeit

CPImagery 25  32 – 57

AMTC 32  21 – 53

CPImagery 57

Storm Workman 10 3-7 23; Carter Williams 6 0-0 14; Cam Workman 4 1-2 11; Codi Cabrera 2 1-1 5; Linn Baxa 1 0-0 2; Cord Metz 1 0-0 2; Adam Burnside 0 0-0 0; John McDaniels 0 0-0 0. Totals 24 5-10 57.

AMTC 53

Ben Riley 6 3-4 17; Keefe Kiser 3 0-0 9; Chris Confere 3 3-3 9; Skyler Carlton 3 0-0 8; Garrett Jones 2 0-0 5; Markus Chase 1 0-0 3; Jamie Alexander 1 0-0 2; Robbie Quici 0 0-0 0; Jaryn Moore 0 0-0 0. Totals 19 6-7 53.

(Friday)

TKS Contracting Won by forfeit

AMTC Lost by forfeit

Strategy IT 44  54 – 98

High Point Construction 35  34 – 69

Strategy IT 98

Zach Dean 11 1-2 26; Cordell Nicola 9 2-2 21; Zach Rowan 6 0-0 16; DeAndre Leonard 6 0-0 13; Abby Stoller 4 0-0 10; Tyler Kuhn 4 0-0 10; John Lehman 0 2-2 2. Totals 40 5-6 98.

High Point Construction 69

Eddie Prairie 10 0-0 26; Chris Prescott 7 1-1 17; Travis Minor 5 0-0 12; Danika Prescott 4 0-0 10; Mark Bacon 1 0-0 2; Willie Morgan 1 0-0 2. Totals 28 1-1 69.

Sam’s Pizza 36  22 – 58

The Outpost 35  33 – 68

Sam’s Pizza 58

Ian Strader 6 5-7 19; Jaden Westfall 5 2-2 12; Carter Zuliani 3 2-4 8;  Jevon Westfall 3 0-0 7; Jerran Westfall 2 0-0 5;  Zach Calef-Boring 2 0-0 4; Luke Yardley 1 0-0 3; James Mouser 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 9-13 58.

The Outpost 68

Tommy Hawkins 7 5-7 21; Tucker Hewit 7 2-3 18; R.J. Dodd 6 0-0 15; J.D. Lister 3 2-2 8; Mike Walker 2 0-0 6; Tony Washington 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 9-12 68.

STANDINGS

Division 1

Ralph’s Furniture 4-0

The Outpost 3-1

Pre Played Media 2-2

Strategy IT 2-2

KBAM Builders 2-3

High Point Construction 1-3

Sam’s Pizza 0-4

Division 2

On Point Athletics 5-0

CEC 3-1

TKS Contracting 3-1

Dairy Queen 1-2

AMTC 1-3

CPImagery 1-3

Blades & Fades 0-3

SCHEDULE

(Wednesday)

Dairy Queen vs. On Point Athletics, 6 p.m.

High Point Construction vs. Pre Played Media, 7 p.m.

On Point Athletics vs. CEC, 8 p.m.

(Thursday)

The Outpost vs. Strategy IT, 6 p.m.

Pre Played Media vs. Strategy IT, 7 p.m.

Pre Played Media vs. CPImagery, 8 p.m.

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