BasketballIt was a week of upsets in The Supreme Sports...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

August 18, 1994|By Rich Scherr

Basketball

It was a week of upsets in The Supreme Sports Club basketball league. Only one unbeaten team -- the 13-14 Knicks -- remains after two others lost for the first time this season.

There were also two teams -- the 8-9 Junior Sonics and the 13-14 Suns -- that picked up their first wins.

Here is a look at Sunday's action:

* 8-9 boys -- The Junior Hornets improved to 2-2 with a 33-26 win over the previously unbeaten Junior Warriors. Chad Gillenwater scored a game-high 30 points for the victors, and Brian Cunningham paced the Warriors (3-1) with eight.

The Junior Sonics also picked up their first win of the season, downing the Junior Spurs, 18-12. Hassan Muhammad led the Sonics (1-3) with 10 points and Timisha Gomez scored four to lead the Spurs (2-2).

* 10-12 boys -- The Hoyas (2-2) defeated the Irish, 39-32, as Jack Enloe scored 14 points, M.J. Maestas had 13 and Jason Lewis added 10. Stephen Merson led the Irish (2-2) with eight.

The Eagles improved to 2-2 with a 48-41 win over the Terps (2-2). Steven Payne scored 16 to pace the victors, while Scott Kincaid threw in a game-high 20 for the Terps.

* 13-14 boys -- With a 69-43 win over the previously unbeaten Rockets, the Knicks became the only 4-0 team in the league.

Will Gray led the way with a game-high 34 points and Gregg Kellett added 12. For the Rockets (3-1), Tim Frazier led the way with 33 points.

The Suns picked up win No. 1 last week.

It came in the form of a 67-61 triumph over the Celtics (1-3). Todd Yasbin led the Suns (1-3) with 20 points, Omar Bradford had 18, Garth DeAngelis had 12 and Christopher Riley added 10.

Allen Scott paced the Celtics with 17, William Cannady had 13 and Eddie Lopez had 11.

* 18-and-under boys -- In the marquee matchup of the week in The Supreme Sports Club High School League, the Razorbacks' Darnerien McCants took center stage.

McCants scored a game-high 23 points to lead his team to a 45-35 win over the Hoyas.

The Razorbacks improved to 6-2.

Tom Salkeld scored 11 and Don Wallace II had 10 to pace the Hoyas (6-2).

The Tar Heels (3-5) got 22 points from Troy Hines, 14 from Duaine Harding and 13 from Domenic Myers en route to a 56-53 win over the Bruins (4-4).

Tony Howard scored 17 to lead the Bruins.

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