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Douglas County recreation league

Third and fourth grade division

TEAM WIN LOSS

Thunder 5 2



Nuggets 4 3

Mavericks 4 3



Spurs 1 6

Game Results from 1/31/12

Thunder 40, Nuggets 21

Mavericks 19, Spurs 13

High Scorers

Mavericks

Frankie Aquilina – 7 pts.

Spurs

Levi Shambaugh – 7 pts.

Thunder

Danny Barrientos – 10 pts.

Cameron Lehmann – 14 pts.

Nuggets

Zach Pexa – 10 pts.

Malachi Womack – 9 pts.

Girls third through fifth grade division

Game results from Jan. 31

Storm 24, Lynx 16

Shock 24, Silver Stars 12

HIGH SCORERS

Silver Stars

Malorie Neiger – 6 pts.

Shock

Anna White – 10 pts.

Shaylie Rippet – 8 pts.

Lynx

Serena Palaroan – 8 pts.

Regan Singer – 6 pts.

Storm

Bessie Diaz – 10 pts.

Charlotte Babbitt – 10 pts.

Fifth and sixth grade division

TEAM WIN LOSS

Heat 5 1

Hawks 5 2

Knicks 5 2

Bulls 1 6

Celtics 1 6

Game Results from 2/2/12

Knicks 23, Bulls 19

Heat 28, Hawks 26

Celtics 39, Bulls 27

HIGH SCORERS

Bulls

Cody Pakes – 9 pts. (vs. Celtics)

Cody Pakes – 9 pts (vs. Knicks)

Kaitlyn Kjer – 8 pts. (vs. Knicks)

Heat

Kevin Lehmann – 16 pts.

Knicks

Chris Pfister – 8 pts.

Celtics

Hunter Martinez – 8 pts.

Bryin Schouten – 9 pts.

Kane Wallace – 22 pts.

Hawks

Peyton Galli – 8 pts.

Troy Libert – 8 pts.

Seventh and eigth grade division

TEAM WIN LOSS

Mavericks 4 0

Trailblazers 3 1

Thunder 2 2

Spurs 2 2

Nuggets 1 3

Lakers 0 4

Game Results from 2/1/12

Mavericks 47, Lakers 33

Trailblazers 48, Nuggets 34

Spurs 51, Thunder 44

HIGH SCORERS

Mavericks

Greg Wallace – 18 pts.

Jake Kyhl – 17 pts.

Spurs

Andy Delgado – 16 pts.

Quinn Kixmiller – 16 pts.

Nuggets

Tommy Cefalu – 11 pts.

Zach Schearer – 11 pts.

Thunder

Palmer Chaplin – 24 pts.

Colin Buchholz – 12 pts.

Lakers

Ethan Strain – 11 pts.

Jordyn Switzer – 10 pts.

Trailblazers

Denzel Perez – 22 pts.

Noah Jackson – 15 pts.


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