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2012 Zero Tolerance Basketball 9-12 Drug Free League Gives Results

The 2012 Zero Tolerance Basketball 9-12 Drug Free League has become a point guard league as each of the top five teams have a signal caller that could guide his team to championship glory. Come 2 Defend, led by LaQuan George, ran their record to 3-0 after holding off Raekoi Evans and brothers, 25-23, on Sunday. George finished with 10 points and received great support from Shaquan JnCharles, who chipped in with six of his seven points in the fourth.quarter. Evans tallied a game high 14 points and L’John Heyliger chipped in with seven points.
After dropping their first contest, Jourdyn Rawlins and Shakers ran their win streak to four following a 35-15 win over Isaiah Harvey and Jah Youths. Rawlins only had five points, but his heady play and deft passing was instrumental in the win. The diminutive guard spread the wealth around as 10 Shakers scored. Harvey did it all for Jah Youths as he scored 14 points in the loss.
In the first game of the day, Da Heat picked up their first win after knocking off the winless More Youths, 22-12. Garvin Plummer had seven points, and Elvis Stephens added five for the Heat. Kemoi Gibbs had six points to lead More Youths.
On Saturday, there was another classic point guard confrontation when George and Come to Defend defeated Collins Joseph Jr. and the Rising Stars, 30-24. George scored nine of his 11 points in the fourth quarter to lead a come from behind victory. M’kayla Mike and Kyode Walters added eight and six points, respectively. Joseph and Omar Lopez contributed eight points for The Rising Stars.
Jourdyn Rawlins put up a season’s best 14 points as the Shakers bounced More Youths, 30-24. Himoi Andrew and Thehandre Boatswain added six and five points, respectively. Cornell Henry had 13 for More Youths.
The Brother walloped Da Heat, 33-20, behind of Naji Mercer’s eight points and Kemoree Nicholson’s seven points. Elvis Stephens and Kussi Jamil both tallied seven points for Da Heat.
And on Friday, The Shakers topped Brothers, 22-16. Rawlins had nine points to lead the charge. Raekoi Evans had seven points to pace the Brothers. Behind of Omar Lopez and Jonathan Eliasa, The Rising Stars put a hurting on More Youths, 34-18. Lopez and Eliasa both poured in 10 points. Kemoi Gibbs led More Youth with five. In the day’s opening contest, Jah Youths outlasted Da Heat, 25-19. Jeremiah James had eight and TeQuann Skeete chipped in with six. TJ Benjamin had eight points for the Da Heat.
Action continues Friday and Saturday evening at Charlotte Amalie High School.
2012 Zero Tolerance Basketball 9-12 Drug Free League
Come 2 Defend 3-0
Shakers 4-1
Jah Youths 3-1
Rising Stars 2-2
Brothers 2-3
Da Heat 1-3
More Youths 0-5
Friday December 14
Jah Youths vs. Come 2 Defend 7 p.m.
Rising Stars vs. Brothers
Come 2 Defend vs. Da Heat
Playoffs will be held on Saturday, Dec. 15.

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