Taylor guides Thunder to a thumping win
■ Young gun Kendall Taylor’s 22 points were a highlight as his rolling Thunder squad dealt a 65-15 defeat to the Flakers in Karratha basketball action last Thursday.
Taylor’s teammate Cody Moore scored 12 points in the men’s B-grade drubbing.
Gavin Mippy had a high-scoring game with 17 points for the Warriors in their win over the Cyclones.
The Warriors were up nine points in the first half and extended their lead to finish the match 40-24.
Heat slipped in the last 10 minutes of their game against the Titans letting them back into the match after holding a 13-6 lead at half-time.
The final few minutes were tight but Titans got the crucial stops and buckets to win 26-23.
New team Cardinals continue to improve as their chemistry develops, handing Vipers a 29-24 loss.
Cardinals’ Todd McPartlan scored nine points with some athletic plays and a mistimed offensive rebound attempt that managed to tip the ball in for a score.
Teammate Tristan Sawyer was a presence in the middle and scored six points and grabbed a lot of offensive rebounds. Down four points coming into the second, Vipers’ David Kammerer was the go to man scoring all of his nine points, including a three pointer, in the last period.
In the men’s A-grade division, the Coral Trouts and Mayuga Majik drew 30-all.
Beau Alec was the highest scorer with 13 points for Majik, while Aaron Chambers netted 10 points for Trouts.
#Yogetit won 38-26 against Pardoo Katz.
In the women’s division, Beavers won by a single point over Cyclones, 18-17.
Beavers’ Bonnie Blizzard had six points as did Cyclones’ Ashleigh Becker.
Just Us had a field day against the Pegy Flyers, with a 78-18 win.
Chavez Robertson dribbles around a Titans defender.
Titans’ Dre Walker launches a lay-up.
Karratha Cyclones’ Ashanti Hicks puts up a shot.
Heat’s James Dolinsek.