Local sports roundup

December 10, 2012 

Juco basketball: SCF continues scoring binge

OCALA --The State College of Florida Manatees racked up a 41-point margin of victory as they clobbered Pasco-Hernando Community College 124-83 in the Florida men's basketball JUCO Shootout in Ocala. Six SCF players scored in double figures, led by Isaiah Williams with 22 pionts, Anders Haas and Opinna Oleka (18) points, Michael Sanchez (17), Savad Garner (14) and Brian Cobb and Devon Hodges (10). SCF (10-3), now ranked No. 8 among Florida junior colleges, scored a total of 228 points in two games over the weekend at the Shotout

Youth baseball: Bradenton teams in tournament

BRADENTON -- The Bradenton BEACH DAWGS 10U team finished second in the Toys for Tots Tournament at Heritage Harbour over the weekend. After going 2-0 in pool play, they earned the top seed for Sunday. The team improved to 19-16-1 overall this fall. Leading hitters were Lucas Hartman (6-for-10, eight RBIs, eight runs, three doubles, and a win on the mound; Mac May (5-for-7, four RBIs, two doubles, threeruns scored), Logan O'Leary (5-for-9, seven RBIs, four runs, two doubles, and a win and two saves on the mound; Dante Talarico (5-for-11, three RBIs); Chris Perry (6-for-9, three RBIs, four runs, and a win on the mound); Wyatt Sevin (4-for-8, four walks, nine steals). The 10U team finishes out the fall season this weekend in Sarasota in the USSSA War on the West Coast Tournament.

ELSEWHERE -- The Bradenton BEACH DAWGS 11U team fell in the quarterfinals of the Toys for Tots Tournament 10-5 to the Silver Hawks. Leading hitters were Vinny Ghiroli (4-for-7), Noah Font (3-for-8), AJ Thompson (3-for-6) and Corbin Holmes (five stolen bases). The 11U BEACH DAWGS wrap up their fall season with a doubleheader on Sunday.

--Herald staff reports

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