7-8 Boys

Winter 2018-2019  -  Basketball - Youth

Gordon County Parks and Recreation

Regular Season Standings
TeamWinLossPCTHTHAPA
Warriors 801.0007.25
Chiefs 710.8758.13
Cavs 530.625113.38
Net Rippers 530.625216.13
Bulls 440.500112.25
Super Sonics 440.500213.00
Nets 350.375112.50
Lakers 350.375213.75
Raptors 170.12518.75
Hawks 080.00018.88
PCT = Winning PercentageHTH = Head-To-HeadAPA = Average Points Against

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Home team listed first
Away team listed second

Regular Season Schedule & Results
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Week 1
  • Mon
    Court 1
    Bulls
    12
    The Warriors and Bulls tipped off the 7/8 boys season in thrilling fashion Monday night in a game that came down to the wire. At the final buzzer, the Warriors were able to escape with the 14-12 victory over the Bulls. Jordan Geary had a big night for the Warriors leading all scorers with 8 points. Bradley, Jason, and Luke also pitched in to the win with 2 points a piece. The Bulls offense was led by: Carson (6 points), Jaden (2 points), Bentley (2 points), and Kellan (2 points).
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Net Rippers opened their season with a good win Monday night, defeating the Hawks 14-4. The Net Rippers used consistent offense from: Samuel (10 points), Logan (2 points), and J.J. (2 points) in order to get the victory. The Hawks scoring came from Levi and John who each had 2 points a piece.
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Super Sonics opened up their season in impressive fashion Monday night defeating the Raptors 18-6. 6 different players were able to score for the Super Sonics in a total team effort, led by: Jaydon (4 points), Bryce (4 points), Kendric (4 points), Raylon (2 points), Braylon (2 points), and Wesley (2 points). The Raptors offense came from Braeden (4 points) and Channing (2 points).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Lakers
    8
    Nets
    14
    The Nets started their season off with a good win over a tough Lakers team 14-8 Tuesday evening. The Nets got some timely scoring from: Owen (8 points), Josiah (4 points), Will (2 points), and Lyric (2 points) to help secure the victory. The Lakers offense was led by: Matt (4 points), Austin (2 points), and Lucas (2 points).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Chiefs
    27
    Cavs
    14
    The game between the Chiefs and Cats was a high scoring affair that resulted in a 27-14 win for the Chiefs. Jackson Parker had a huge night leading all scorers in the game with 14 points for the Chiefs. Fidel (6 points), Eric (5 points), and Matthew (2 points) also had good games scoring the ball for the Chiefs. The Cats offense was led by: Nathan (6 points), Jacob (3 points), Corbin (3 points), and Sulley (2 points).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    Hawks
    2
    Lakers
    12
    The Lakers won their first game of the season Saturday morning as they were able to come away with a good win over the Lakers, 12-2. Matt (8 points), Austin (2 points), and Jaden (2 points) were the leading scorers for the Lakers. The Hawks offense was led by Jake who had 2 points in the game.
  • Sat
    Court 2
    Nets
    3
    Chiefs
    17
    The Chiefs won in impressive fashion Saturday morning against the Nets, 17-3. Ansen (8 points), Jackson (6 points), Eric (2 points), and Brayden (1 point) combined to lead the high powered Chiefs offense. The Nets offense came from Owen (2 points) and Larick (1 point).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    Cavs
    25
    The Cats played well on offense and defense Saturday morning, defeating the Raptors by a score of 25-0. Jacob (12 points), Nathan (10 points), Tristen (2 points), and Colt (1 point) had the hot hands Saturday to help their team to a good win.
  • Sat
    Court 2
    The Warriors are on a two game winning streak now after defeating a tough Super Sonics team Saturday afternoon 16-8. Bradley (7 points), Jordan (5 points), and Jason (4 points) provided all of the offense the Warriors would need in order to get the win. The Super Sonics scoring came from: Braylen (3 points), Kendric (3 points), and Jaydon (2 points).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    The Net Rippers and the Bulls played a close game all the way to the final buzzer Saturday afternoon, and the Net Rippers were able to come away with the 2 point victory. Samuel (14 points), Logan (5 points), and Gunner (4 points) played big down the stretch offensively to help their team come away victorious. The Bulls played a great game led by the offensive output of: Bentley (10 points), Carson (9 points), and Bear (2 points).
Week 2
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Net Rippers and Super Sonics played a very close game that came down to the wire Monday night with the Net Rippers getting the win 18-16. Samuel had a big night for the Net Rippers down the stretch, leading all scorers with 15 points in the game. Logan also pitched in on offense for the Net Rippers with 3 points. The Super Sonics offense was led by Jaydon and Kendric who each had 8 points a piece.
  • Mon
    Court 1
    Cavs
    24
    Hawks
    7
    The Cats earned their second win in a row Monday evening as they defeated the Hawks 24-7. 5 different players were able to etch their names in the score book Monday night for the Cats, led by: Jacob (10 points), Korben (6 points), Nathan (5 points), Luke (2 points), and Carson (1 point). The Hawks points came from Jake (4 points) and Levi (3 points).
  • Mon
    Court 1
    Nets
    6
    Bulls
    18
    The Bulls were able to get their first win of the season Monday night after losing 2 heart breakers the last 2 games. The Bulls were able to turn it around Monday evening as they defeated the Nets 18-6. Carson (8 points), Bear (6 points), Bentley (2 points), and Ethan (2 points) all shared the ball well on offense and made some clutch shots. The Nets points came from the sharp shooting of Josiah (4 points) and Owen (2 points).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Chiefs
    24
    Lakers
    7
    The Chiefs extended their winning streak to 3 games Tuesday night after defeating the Lakers by a score of 24-7. Matthew (10 points), Jackson (10 points), and Brayden (4 points) shot the ball well for the undefeated Chiefs to help lead their team to another win. The Lakers leading scorers in the game were Matt (6 points) and Austin (1 point).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    The Warriors are on a 3 game winning streak after defeating the Raptors 25-2 Tuesday night. 5 different players were able to get in the score book for the Warriors Tuesday evening, including: Bradley (10 points), Jordan (6 points), Jason (6 points), Luke (2 points), and Landon (1 point). The Raptors leading scorer was Channing who had 2 points in the game.
Week 3
  • Tue

    Christmas Break

Week 5
  • Sat
    Court 2
    Bulls
    18
    Hawks
    2
    The Bulls got off a fast start from the tip off and never looked back Saturday morning as they defeated the Hawks 18-2. C. Young (8 points), J. Todd (6 points), B. GIbson (2 points), and B. Brophy (2 points) led the scoring for the Bulls offense. The Hawks were led by L. Lessis who had 2 points in the game.
  • Sat
    Court 2
    The Warriors were able to defeat the unbeaten Net Rippers by a score of 23-3 Saturday morning to move to 4-0 on the season. The Warriors played a complete game, led by the offensive efforts of: J. Geary (11 points), J. Harrison (6 points), B. Sims (4 points), and L. Mulkey (4 points). The Net Rippers offense was led by J. Gregory Jr. (2 points) and S. Poarch (1 point).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    The Chiefs move to 4-0 on the season after defeating the Raptors 30-9 Saturday morning. The Chiefs had an impressive 7 different players score in the game vs the Raptors Saturday, led by: E. Sparkman (8 points), F. Jaramillo (7 points), M. Zander (4 points), J. Parker (4 points), A. Medlin (4 points), Q. Butler (2 points), and B. Fleming (1 point). The Raptors offense was led by B. Coats (7 points) and R. Brookshire (2 points).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    The Super Sonics and Lakers matched up Saturday afternoon with the Super Sonics coming away with the victory, 17-8 in a well played ball game. Leading scorers for the Super Sonics were K. SImpson (13 points) and J. Sicairos (4 points). Leading scorers for the Lakers in the game were: B. Camp (4 points), L. Holmes (2 points), and A. Blackstock (2 points).
  • Sat
    Court 2
    Cavs
    18
    Nets
    10
    The Cavs and Nets battled back and forth Saturday afternoon with the Nets coming away with the victory to move to 3-1 on the season. The Cavs had 4 different players score in the game, led by: Korben (11 points), Jacob (3 points), Luke (2 points), and Carson (2 points). The Nets offense came from Owen (6 points) and Josiah (4 points).
Week 6
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Chiefs were able to keep their undefeated season going Monday night as they defeated a tough Net Rippers team 28-6. The Chiefs were able to move the ball around on offense to get several players involved in the scoring, including: Jackson (11 points), Fidel (6 points), Ansen (4 points), Erik (4 points), and Brayden (3 points). The Net Rippers offense was ran through Samuel (4 points) and Logan (2 points).
  • Mon
    Court 1
    Hawks
    1
    Nets
    8
    The Nets used a combination of good defense and timely offense in order to get the win over the Hawks Monday night by a score of 8-1. Leading scorers for the Nets in the game were: Owen (3 points), Joshua (2 points), Josiah (2 points), and Lyrik (1 point). The Hawks leading scorer was Kayden with 1 point.
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Lakers and Raptors played a good tight ball game Monday evening which resulted in the Lakers getting the victory, 12-6. Brexten (6 points), Jadyn (4 points), and Matthew (2 points) had big games offensively to help their Lakers team to a big win. The Raptors were led by Braeden who scored all 6 of his team's points.
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Cavs
    9
    The Warriors pushed their winning streak to 5 games and a perfect 5-0 record so far this season after defeating a good Cavs team 17-9 Tuesday night. Bradley (7 points), Jordan (5 points), Jason (4 points), and Landon (1 point) all contributed for the Warriors on the offensive end of the floor. The Cavs leading scorers in the game were Luke (6 points) and Korben (3 points).
  • Tue
    Court 2
    The Bulls were able to fend off a good Super Sonics team by a score of 10-4 Tuesday night to earn their 3rd win of the season. Carson (4 points), Jadon (2 points), Bentley (2 points), and Ethen (2 points) combined to lead the high powered Bulls offense in their win. The Super Sonics were led on offense by Kendric who had all 4 of his team's points.
Week 7
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Super Sonics and Nets played a great ball game Monday night that came down to the wire, and the Super Sonics were able to make a few key plays down the stretch to earn the win 14-10. The 2 leading scorers for the Super Sonics were Kendric Simpson (10 points) and Jaydon Sicairos (4 points). The Nets leading scorers in the game were: Owen Hughes (6 points), Knox Floyd (2 points), and Josiah Pinckney (2 points).
  • Mon
    Court 1
    Hawks
    1
    Chiefs
    34
    The Chiefs extended their winning streak this season to 6 games Monday night as they defeated the Hawks 34-1. The Chiefs once again got several players involved offensively, led by: Matthew (12 points), Erik (6 points), Brayden (6 points), Ansen (6 points), Quinten (2 points), and Jackson (2 points). The Hawks were led by Jacob who had 1 point in the game.
  • Mon
    Court 1
    We had the first overtime game of the season Monday night between the Net Rippers and Cavs, and the Cavs were able to make one bucket in overtime in order to get the win 22-20. Nathan (8 points), Sullivan (6 points), Luke (2 points), Korben (2 points), Tristan (2 points), and Jacob (2 points) led the Cavs offensively. Jacob had the game winning basket for his Cavs team in overtime. The Net Rippers were paced on offense by: Samuel (14 points), Logan (4 points), and Jeremy Jr. (2 points).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Raptors
    10
    Bulls
    21
    The Bulls won their fourth game in a row Tuesday evening after defeating the Raptors by a score of 21-10. Carson (11 points), Bentley (6 points), Kacedon (2 points), and Barrett (2 points) all had good games shooting the ball to help lead their team to their fourth win of the season. The Raptors scoring came from: Braeden (6 points), Ethan (2 points), and Rowan (2 points).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    The Warriors pushed their winning streak to six games Tuesday evening as they defeated the Lakers in a close game, 12-8. Bradley (8 points) and Jason (4 points) both played great on offense to help lead their team to a win. The Lakers offense was led by Matthew and Jadyn who both scored 4 points each in the contest.
Week 8
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Nets
    14
    Raptors
    10
    The Nets and Raptors played a close ball game Tuesday night with the Raptors making a few clutch plays down the stretch to earn the victory, 14-10. Owen (6 points), Knox (4 points), Josiah (2 points), and Cameron (2 points) combined to lead the Nets offensive charge. For the Raptors, Braeden had a fantastic game for his team scoring all 10 of his team's points.
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Bulls
    14
    Cavs
    18
    The Cavs won their fifth game of the season Tuesday night, defeating a tough Bulls team 18-14. Nathan (10 points) and Korben (8 points) both had outstanding games offensively for the Cavs to lead their team to a big win. For the Bulls, Carson shot the lights out Tuesday night scoring all 14 of his team's points.
  • Fri
    Court 1
    The Chiefs are now on a 7 game winning streak after defeating the Super Sonics 25-11 Friday night. The Chiefs moved the ball around on offense and had 5 different players score in the game, led by: Matthew (11 points), Jackson (6 points), Erik (4 points), Fidel (3 points), and Ansen (1 point). The Super Sonics leading scorers in the game were: Jaydon (7 points), Braylon (2 points), and Kendric (2 points). The Chiefs now move on to face the other undefeated team in the league (Warriors) to see who will take home first place in the boys 7/8 division.
  • Fri
    Court 1
    The Net Rippers won their fourth game of the season Friday night as they defeated the Lakers 16-8. The Net Rippers leading scorers in the game were: Samuel (7 points), Logan (6 points), Jeremy (2 points), and Hunter (1 point). The Lakers leading scorers were: Matthew (4 points), Austin (3 points), and Brexten (1 point).
  • Fri
    Court 1
    The Warriors move to 7-0 on the season after beating the Hawks 26-9 Friday night. The Warriors used consistent offense from Bradley (12 points), Jordan (10 points), Jason (2 points), and Landon (2 points) to help defeat the Lakers. The Hawks were led on offense by: Levi (4 points), John (2 points), Jacob (2 points), and Jaxson (1 point).
Week 9
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Super Sonics capped their season off the right way with a thrilling 12-11 victory over a very tough Cavs team Monday night. The Super Sonics had several players step up and hit big buckets as the game drew near, including: Braylon (8 points), Jaydon (2 points), and Kendric (2 points). The Cavs had a successful season, going 5-3 overall. Their leading scorers Monday night were: Nathan (7 points) and Korben (4 points).
  • Mon
    Court 1
    Bulls
    19
    Lakers
    21
    The Bulls and Lakers matched up Monday night in both team's final game, and the Lakers were able to come away with a good, hard fought team win by a score of 21-19. 5 different players contributed offensively for the Lakers, including: Matthew (10 points), Jadyn (4 points), Brexten (4 points), Austin (2 points), and Lukas (1 point). The Bulls leading scorers in the game were: Carson (13 points), Bentley (4 points), and Jaden (2 points).
  • Mon
    Court 1
    The Net Rippers ended their season with a big victory over the Nets Monday night by a score of 14-7. Logan (10 points) and Samuel (4 points) both had huge nights on the offensive end of the floor for the Net Rippers to lead their team to its fifth win. The Nets leading scorers in the game were Josiah (5 points) and Owen (2 points).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    Raptors
    15
    Hawks
    5
    The Raptors earned their first win of the season Tuesday night after defeating the Hawks 15-5! Braeden Coats had an impressive game on offense for the Raptors as he scored all 15 of his team's points to help lead their team to victory. The Hawks leading scorers in the game were Levi (3 points) and Jaxson (2 points).
  • Tue
    Court 1
    The Warriors and Chiefs faced off Tuesday evening for a shot at 1st place in the boys 7/8 division, and the Warriors were able to use a combination of timely offense and solid defense to help lead them to victory over the Chiefs, 14-7. The game was tied 6-6 at halftime, then the Warriors took over in the 2nd half. Jordan (6 points), Bradley (6 points), and Jason (2 points) provided the scoring the Warriors would need in the game. For the Chiefs, Quinten (2 points), Fidel (2 points), Matthew (2 points), and Erik (1 point) led their team offensively.

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