H.O.Y.A.S. Nab Sum­mer League Crown

Record Observer - - Sports -

WYE MILLS — The Bay­side H.O.Y.A.S. earned the Ch­e­sa­peake Col­lege Sum­mer League cham­pi­onship with a 55-48 vic­tory over Fed­er­als­burg last Mon­day.

The H.O.Y.A.S., based in Kent County and coached by John Queen and Melvin Free­man, were led by point guard Nytre Green who scored a team-high 20 points and added 11 as­sists in the vic­tory. He also scored 17 points in a semi­fi­nal vic­tory over Hur­lock ear­lier in the night.

YaQuan Dar­ling led the way for Fed­er­als­burg with 20 points. He be­gan the game by scor­ing 11 of Fed­er­als­burg’s first 13 points. A three-poin­ter, fol­lowed by a three point play by Dar­ling gave Fed­er­als­burg a 13-11 lead early in the first half.

Bay­side’s Ricky Bowser (8 points) tied the score at 13-13 when he con­verted on an of­fen­sive re­bound. Later, Green’s driv­ing layup tied the score at 17-17, but Fed­er­als­burg’s Mar­cus John­son (11 points) nailed a three­p­ointer to go up 20-17.

Af­ter a time­out, the H.O.Y.A.S. went to work, go­ing on a quick 8-0 run to go up 25-20. JayShaun Free­man (9 points) hit a run­ner, then swished a three-poin­ter to give the H.O.Y.A.S. the lead. A sweet pass by Green to TaQuan Cor­ley put the H.O.Y.A.S. up four, and then Green added a free throw to go up five.


Plac­ing fifth in West­ern Novice Youth Trail at the East Coast Re­gion Cham­pi­onships, held in Raleigh, North Carolina, May 6, Rachel Grabowski of Stevensville is shown with her Quar­ter horse mare, “So Hot, I’m Awe­some.”


Bay­side Breeze cen­ter fielder Kennedy War­ren rips a sin­gle to cen­ter Thurs­day in the USSSA World Se­ries.

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