Thunder still unbeaten after thriller
The undefeated Karratha Basketball men’s B-grade side Thunder had a scare managing to beat a determined Heat by a point.
The Heat shocked the ladder leaders, taking a one-point, halftime lead last Thursday.
With James Dolinsek and guard Nathan Barker putting up five points each, Heat were hanging with the young run-and-gun Thunder.
However, Thunder went on a small run in the second half, leaving Heat to play catch-up before the former secured the match, 19-18.
Kendall Taylor had six points for Thunder.
Vipers had the chance to tie up their game against the Warriors in the dying seconds but two lastditch three-point attempts only hit the rim, meaning they fell 36-39 to the sweet-shooting side.
James Wally had a silky 13 points for the Warriors.
Cardinals held steady against a fast-finishing Titans, 28-25.
Cardinals looked like they had the game in the bag at half-time, sitting pretty on 19-4.
Titans came back hard though with 21 second-half points to pull it within three at the buzzer.
Wesley Carey had nine points for the losing side.
Unfortunately, Flakers are living up to their ironic namesake this year, falling 20-32 against the Cyclones in another loss.
In the men’s A-grade, the Mayuga Majik redeemed last week’s loss against #Yogetit with a 54-17 win over Pardoo Katz.
In the women’s division, the Pegy Flyers beat the Sinners in a tough 29-13 win.
In other games, Hello Trouts beat Timeout 43-20 while a shorthanded Mud Flaps managed to do away with the Cyclones 38-10 despite limited personnel.
Riley Dungey grabs the rebound.
Timeout’s Zoe Rundall drives to the hoop.
Kendall Taylor lays up the ball for Thunder.