Upshur County Basketball League heads towards post-season tournament

TENNERTON – The Upshur County Summer Basketball League wrapped up week three with a trio of games on Friday.

In game one, Blades & Fades won a 91-62 decision over High Point Construction as Trey Key scored a game-high 45 points for Blades & Fades while Travis Minor had 19 points for High Point Construction.

Game two saw Sam’s Pizza win their first game of the year with a 90-70 victory over High Point Construction. Jeron Westfall paced Sam’s Pizza with 28 points while Eddie Prairie led High Point Construction with 22 points.

The final game on Friday was a 69-37 victory for TKS Construction over Blades & Fades.

Shawn Moran led TKS Construction with 19 points while Darius Dillard had 11 points for Blades & Fades.

The league was slated to wrap up their regular season Tuesday night and will begin their post-season tournament on Wednesday.

The boxscores:

Blades & Fades 39  52 – 91

High Point Construction 26  46 – 62

Blades & Fades 91

Trey Key 15 5-6 45; Darius Dillard 6 0-0 12; Landon Dillard 5 0-0 11; Brandon Zirk 4 0-0 9; T. R. Valentine 3 0-0 6; Jordan Hunter 2 0-0 4; L.J. Lawrence 1 0-1 2; Mark Goldberg 1 0-0 2. Totals 37 5-7 91.

High Point Construction 62

Travis Minor 6 2-2 19; Chris Prescott 5 4-4 15; Danica Prescott 3 0-0 9; Eddie Prairie 1 4-4 6; Mark Bacon 2 0-0 5; Willie Morgan 2 0-0 5; Andrew Minnix 1 0-0 3. Totals 20 10-10 62.

High Point Construction 29  41 – 70

Sam’s Pizza 41  49 – 90

High Point Construction 70

Eddie Prairie 8 5-7 22; Travis Minor 6 2-3 18; Willie Morgan 6 0-1 13; Chris Prescott 4 2-4 11; Andrew Minnix 2 0-0 4; Danica Prescott 1 0-0 2; Mark Bacon 0 0-0 0. Totals 27 9-15 70.

Sam’s Pizza 90

Jeron Westfall 13 2-2 28; Ian Strader 8 0-0 16; Kaden Marks 6 0-0 13; Jaden Westfall 4 1-2 9; Bryson Johnston 4 0-0 8; Jevon Westfall 4 0-0 8; Luke Yardley 4 0-0 8. 43 3-4 90.

Blades & Fades 17  20 – 37

TKS Construction 36  33 – 69

Blades & Fades 37

Darius Dillard 5 1-2 11; Trey Key 1 6-6 8; L. J. Lawrence 2 2-4 6; Landon Dillard 0 4-4 4; T. R. Valentine 2 0-0 4; Brandon Zirk 1 0- 2; Jordan Hunter 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 13-15 37.

TKS Construction 69

Shawn Moran 8 1-2 19; Jarrett Mulooly 4 0-0 12; Nate Frazier 4 0-0 11; Joe Nichols 4 1-2 10; Jake Rahming 2 3-4 7; Austin Newlon 2 0-0 5; Cade Rohrbough 1 0-0 3; Hunter Blake 1 0-0 2; Wade Britton 0 0-2 0. Totals 26 5-8 69.

STANDINGS

Division 1

Ralph’s Furniture 5-0

The Outpost 4-1

Pre Played Media 5-2

KBAM Builders 3-3

Strategy IT 3-4

Sam’s Pizza 1-5

High Point Construction 1-6

Division 2

On Point Athletics 6-0

TKS Contracting 5-2

CEC 3-2

Blades & Fades 3-4

AMTC 1-4

Dairy Queen 1-4

CPImagery 1-5

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