Youth basketball: All Stars win a pair

The All Stars, the Sharp Shooters, the Hot Shots were the winning teams in the second week of 5th and 6th grade basketball action at Washington Middle School.

The Sharp Shooters scored a lopsided win 22-1 over the Slime Dunkers. Hayes Hanes netted a game-high 16 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, to lead the Sharp Shooters, who also got six points from Brodie Hager. Carly Smith put the Slime Dunkers on the board with a free throw.

Lainey Smith netted a game-high 10 points to lead the All Stars to a 26-13 win over the Purple Warriors. Chloe Dickman added six points for the winners, while Fallon Bosckis scored two points and Myah Gray and Abigail Dyba netted four points apiece. Briar Jerrell scored five points to lead a balanced Purple Warrior attack. Sophie David, Bailey Nowicki, Halee Witkowski and Veronica Turck added two points.

The Hotshots got 14 points — all field goals — from Brynn Notbohm in their 28-13 win over the Purple Warriors. Kailey Perkins contributed eight points to the cause, while Cadence Blankenship netted five markers and Kya Gilmore scored a point. The Purple Warriors were led by Nowicki, who scored seven points. David, Witkowski and Louisa Carr contributed two poins apiece.

Smith scored a team-high 10 points in the All Stars 17-10 win over the Bobcats. Dickman added four points, while Joyce Giddis and Bosckis added two points and one point respectively for the All Stars. Karsyn Swigart netted six points to lead the Bobcats, who also received two poins apiece from Demi Williams and Kyra Watson.

Sportsmanship winners last week were Joells Evans and Bailey Nowicki of the Purple Warriors, Stella Rapson and Lainey Smith of the All Stars, Carly Smith of the Slime Dunkers, Kara Lockie of the Sharp Shooters, Mallory Reddic of the Bobcats, and Lillian Kamis of the Hot Shots.

Sportsmanship winners for Week 1 were Kyra Watson for the Bobcats and Michaela Simonsen of the Slime Dunkers.