Daily Courier youth roundup: Newt's York Bar wins in St. Rita's Basketball League
By Staff Reports
Published: Friday, Jan. 31, 2014, 7:18 p.m.
Brady Lizza scored 11 points, and Brody Bonadio scored nine as Newt's York Bar beat Buddy the Builder, 26-13, in St. Rita's Basketball League action.
Reuben Stokes scored four points, and Jacob Kieta scored two.
Shane Showman scored nine points for Buddy the Builder. Steve Fabian and Hunter Ginnelly each scored two.
Pediatric Associates 20, Homerun Graphics 7 — Blake Lancaster scored nine points, and Joey Colbert scored four for Pediatric Associates. Zach Dewitt scored three points, and Corey Minerd scored two.
Logan Gonzalez scored five points, and Seth Dolan scored two for Homerun Graphics.
Stone & Company 9, Westgate Cleaning 7 — Elli Cook scored five points, and Maria Ruggerio scored four for Stone & Company.
Kara Hoover scored three points for Westgate Cleaning. Nichole Soforic and Kara May each scored two.
Team Sopko 5, Kern Logging 4 — Hailey Kosisko scored four points, and Samara Mowry scored one for Team Sopko.
Dae-Lin Burnsworth and Ashley Cairns each scored two points for Kern Logging.
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