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New Attitude records win over Bud Murphy’s |

New Attitude records win over Bud Murphy’s

| Thursday, March 4, 2010 12:00 a.m

Devon Colon and Josh Campbell each scored nine points, as New Attitude beat Bud Murphy’s, 25-16, in Connellsville Youth Basketball League action. Mavrick Welling scored five points, and Nathan Shultz added two.

Tyler Henry scored eight points for Bud Murphy’s. Corey Henry, Jimmy Cellurale, Abbie Siecinski and Alek Detwiler each scored two points.

Delligatti Radiator 48, Vona’s 32 — Matt Hann scored 23 points, and Corey Fogle added 19 for Delligatti Radiator. Justine Waggel scored four points, and Braden Hone added two.

Jimmy Shaw scored 18 points, and Alex Prince added eight for Vona’s. Alyssa Stevenson scored six points.

Draybella Salon 45, Delligatti Radiator 33 — Charles Mills scored 18 points, and Barrett Naugle added 11 or Draybella Salon. Elijah Harris scored eight points, and Tyrone Brown added six. Zachary Beneke scored two points.

Corey Fogle scored 14 points, and Matt Hann added 10 for Delligatti Radiator. Braden Hone scored three points, and Ashten Flynn, Justine Waggel and Nycholas Price each added two.

Nelson Bus Lines 38, Bud Murphy’s 31 — Steven White scored 18 points, and Jimmy Leichliter added 14 for Nelson’s Bus Lines. Garrett Snyder scored four points, and Dylan Stewart added two.

Tyler Henry scored 18 points, and Jimmy Cellurale added eight for Bud Murphy’s. Zachry Cavanaugh scored three points, and Corey Henry added two.

New Attitude 35, Vona’s 17 — Josh Campbell scored 14 points, and Devon Colon added 11 for New Attitude. Brandon Pastorious and Nathan Shultz each scored four points, and Mavrick Welling added two.

Alex Prince scored 10 points, and Jimmy Shaw added seven for Vona’s.

Dogwood Acres 25, Newt’s York Bar 14 — Jalen Rogers scored 12 points, and Gillian Yourish added six for Dogwood Acres. Gabby Yourish scored five points, and Jesse Yourish added two.

Kelsey Brown scored 12 points, and Cameron Wormack added two for Newt’s York Bar.

City Lanes 14, Riser’s Pub 12 — Elijah Small scored six points, and Joel Lonigro added five points for City Lanes. Dalton Goodman scored two points, and Trent Welling added one.

Noah Nicholson scored eight points, and Tyler Knopsnider and Tommy Hixson each added two.

Scarry & Associates 20, Nelson Bus Lines 15 — Hunter Flynn scored 20 points for Scarry & Associates.

Brody Bonadio scored 11 points, and Andrew Cossell added four for Nelson Bus Lines.

Scarry & Associates 12, Wheeler Enterprise 11 — Hunter Flynn scored 10 points, and Camden Gonzales added two for Scarry & Associates.

Morgan Charles scored six points for Wheeler Enterprise. Dylan Bubarth scored three points, and Zachary Dewitt added two.

Dogwood Acres 14, City Lanes 7 — Jalen Rogers, Gillian Yourish and Jesse Yourish each scored four points for Dogwood Acres. Taia Stokes scored two points.

Joel Lonigro scored four points for City Lanes. Elijah Small scored two points, and Christian Seese added one.

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