The South Boston Parks and Recreation’s Industrial and 30 and Over basketball leagues wrapped up its fourth week this past Sunday afternoon.
Game 1: AISIN NC 38 Presto 31
AISIN NC turned in a solid second-half performance to win a low-scoring affair over Presto in the opening game.
AISIN NC outscored Presto 23-12 in the second half to overcome a four-point deficit at the break.
Free throws proved to be the difference as AISIN NC knocked down 7 of its 10 attempts from the charity stripe in the second half. Overall, AISIN NC turned in a 10-for-14 performance from the free throw line.
Three-point shooting was also a difference maker as NC knocked down six 3s on the afternoon with four coming in the first half.
Presto’s field-goal shooting was on par in the opening periods as it made seven attempts from the floor to take a 19-15 lead into the break.
Tevin Edmunds led AISIN NC with a game-high 15 points. He was particularly deadly from the line where he made 5 of his 6 attempts. Presto’s Dequan Hutcherson checked in close behind with 11 points while NC’s Donte Boyd scored 10 with nine coming on 3-point attempts.
Terrance Calloway finished with eight for AISIN while Presto’s A’zyah Easley chipped in with eight as well. Presto’s Taquan Hutcherson scored seven.
The win moves AISIN NC to 2-2 on the season.
Presto drops to 0-4.
Game 2: The Onez 112 Benchmark 54
The Onez’s Demetrius Burrell scored a game-high 33 points and The Onez placed three other players in double-digit scoring in its easy win in Game 2.
Burrell knocked down a combined 11 3-pointers with seven of them coming in the second half to finish atop the scoring list. Deshon Dabbs checked in with 26 points with 12 of them coming on second-half 3s while Hakeem Ager scored 20.
Benchmark placed three in double-digit scoring with Mike Ferrell knocking down six 3s on his way to a team-high 20 points. Joey Barksdale was next up with 12, all coming on treys, and Rodney Mosley knocked down a trio of 3-pointers on his way to 11 points.
The Onez knocked down 24 3-pointers as a team. Burrell led the way with his 11, Dabbs finished with six and Smalls added five.
Altogether, Benchmark made 15 3-pointers as a team. Ferrell led with six, Barksdale had four and Mosley finished with three.
The Onez turned in a near-perfect shooting performance in the first half, finishing with 13 field goals and eight 3s to take a 50-25 lead into the half. The momentum kept rolling for The Onez in the third and fourth quarter as it outscored Benchmark 62-29 in the second half to secure the rout.
The win keeps The Onez undefeated at 4-0.
Benchmark drops to 2-2 on the year.
Game 3: Hitachi 34 Polywood I 32
Hitachi put together a second-half rally to escape with a narrow victory over Polywood I in the third game of the afternoon.
Hitachi entered the second half facing a 16-14 deficit but outscored Polywood I 20-16 in the second half to escape with the close win.
Field-goal shooting proved to be a big difference maker as Hitachi made six shots from the floor while Polywood I knocked down four. Free-throw shooting also played a role as Hitachi went 5-for-7 from the charity stripe to help spearhead the rally. Polywood I was also effective from the free throw line, knocking down both of its attempts.
David Medley led Hitachi with 10 points while Cederick Jennings and James Burden scored seven apiece. Trevor Ballou chipped in with six.
Calvin Allen scored a game-high 11 points for Polywood while Malik Short added six and Rashard White and Terence Boyd recorded four apiece.
Hitachi moves to 3-1 on the year.
Polywood I falls to 1-3.
Game 4: Polywood II 10 Goodyear 0
Goodyear forfeited the game to Polywood II.
Pollywood moves to 2-2. Goodyear falls to 2-2.
Game 5: Bo Time/Bojangles 41 ADUSA Distribution LLC 39
Bo Time/Bojangles concluded the afternoon with a thrilling victory over ADUSA Distribution LLC.
ADUSA Distribution LLC started the second half facing an eight-point deficit. However, it outscored Bo Time/Bojangles 20-14 in the second half to nearly stage a comeback.
ADUSA’s 3-point shooting was key in the rally as it knocked down four 3s in the second half. However, it wasn’t enough to outdo the five treys Bo Time/Bojangles made in the first half that led to a 27-19 lead at the break.
Altogether, ADUSA made seven 3s. Jaqvon Waverly and E.J. Henderson led the way with two apiece while Seydric Hester knocked down one.
Waverly led all scorers with 13 points while Henderson added nine and Hester chipped in with seven.
Bo Time/Bojangles knocked down five of its 3-point attempts. Dwight Green paced the squad with two while Blaine Key and Demetre Faulkner made one apiece.
Green led Bo Time/Bojangles with 10 points while Key added seven and Faulkner and Tyriq Glenn finished with six.
Bo Time/Bojangles moved to 2-2 on the season.
ADUSA Distribution LLC improved to 2-2 on the year.