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Youth basketball results

02/26/2014 02:35PM ● By Acl

The following results are from the fifth week of play for the Avon Grove Recreation Association Youth Basketball Program:

BOYS ELEMENTARY DIVISION:  Abernethy;s Auto Body Shop defeated Tom's TV, 24-14. Jack McCann popped in eight points for Abernethy's Auto Body Shop.  Greyson Miller netted two points for Tom's TV.

Filacheck's Furniture played John Gallen Photographer with Ethan Lytle scoring ten points for Filacheck's Furniture. Ryan Hinze contributed two points for John Gallen Photographer.

Nowland Associates Contractors played Davis Accounting. Sean Jacobs scored two points for Nowland Associates Contractors. Cooper McDannald scored two points for Davis Accounting.

GIRLS ELEMENTARY DIVISION:  Grieco Funeral Homes took the win over Linda's Hair Techniques. Olivia Heckman scored six points for Grieco Funeral Homes.  Lauren Riess netted four points for Linda's Hair Techniques.

BOYS JUNIOR DIVISION:  Core Quest Fitness won over Bonner-Costa-McMullen-Wisse Dental Associates. Jake Culbertson scored two points and Joey Hetrick scored twelve points for Bonner-Costa-McMullen-Wisse Dental Associates.  Raymond Artwell popped in two points for Core Quest Fitness.

Yerkes Insurance beat Cari Orthodontics 15-10. Whit Daly scored four points for Yerkes Insurance.  Aidan Duda scored two points for Cari Orthodontics.

GIRLS JUNIOR/SENIOR DIVISION:  Kelly's Sports, Ltd. won 28-16 over McCormick Orthodontics.  Morgan Malchione netted two points for Kelly's Sports, Ltd. Jaden Wilson popped in two points for McCormick Orthodontics.

SENIOR BOYS DIVISION:  Whitford Insurance Network took the win over McCormick Orthodontics. Tyler Wittman popped in two points for Whitford Insurance Network.  Kevin Sheehan scored five points for McCormick Orthodontics.

DuVall Truck & Bus Service defeated United Youth Ministries. Eric Downs scored five points and Eli Wayland scored two points for DuVall Truck & Bus Service. John Sheppleman netted six points for United Youth Ministries.