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February 17, 2014

Parks and Rec hoop results

TARBORO — The following scores are from basketball leagues played through the Tarboro Parks and Recreation Department at the Braswell Center.

Midget League

Spurs 25 Blazers 10

Leading scorers – Spurs – Troy Babb 12, Layton Dupree 7 Blazers – Brian Mitchell 4

Standings

Jazz 5-0

Warriors 3-2

Spurs 2-3

Blazers 0-5

Intermediate League

Doug Henry Chevrolet 28 Attention to Detail 25

Leading scorers – Doug Henry Chevrolet – Joe Langley 12, Jaden McGuire 10 Attention to Detail – I'Jheaur Sharpe 21, Clay Craddock 2, Drew Baker 2

Ben's Auto 15 Doug Henry Ford 13

Leading scorers – Ben's Auto – Teontray Porter 11, Jaquares Thomas 2, Ky'Juhnati Thomas 2 Doug Henry Ford – Qua'Mel Cherry 7, Mitchell Brinson 4

Attention to Detail 20 Norris Tire and Service 15

Leading scorers – Attention to Detail – I'Jheaur Sharpe 8, Keyson Andrews 4, Clay Craddock 4 Norris Tire and Service – Tytrez Higgs 9, Jalon Davis 5

Standings

Ben's Auto 4-2

Doug Henry Ford 3-2

Doug Henry Chevrolet 3-3

Norris Tire and Service 2-3

Attention to Detail 2-4

Junior/Senior League

Ribeyes 41 Rick Williams Auto 35

Leading scorers – Ribeyes – Keonte Howard 12, Ke'Dwiquarius Hopkins 9, Bubba Jones 9 Rick Williams Auto – Cody Medford 11, Will Brown 6

Standings

Ribeyes 1-0

Rick Williams Auto 1-1

Cherry's Tax 0-1

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