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Tue. January 8, 2013 | Matt Baker | Email

Boys basketball

Anclote 53, Pasco 50

The Sharks snapped a two-game losing streak after overcoming a rough third quarter to knock off the Pirates.

Anclote (7-8) made up for a 9-point third quarter by scoring 17 in the final frame to pull away from Pasco (2-11).

Tymere Carter and Dylan Walsh both scored 10 points for the Sharks, and the Pirates’ C.J. Brown led all scorers with 20 points.

HomeTeam Hot Shots

Mike Obi, Land O’Lakes: Sophomore guard led the Gators with 21 points in a solid 52-45 win over River Ridge

Jonuel Martinez and Brenden Huynh, Sunlake: Seahawk guards combined for 43 of Sunlake’s 72 points in a 72-66 victory over Tarpon Springs

Samantha Williams, Ridgewood: Junior forward led the Rams with 23 points on 11 field goals in a 63-56 win over Fivay

By the numbers

22 – Points by Wiregrass Ranch seniors Chris Parra and Rico Kerney in the Bulls’ 85-75 loss to Chamberlain

5 – Wins by Land O’Lakes’ boys basketball team

2 – Gators victories against River Ridge

5 – Boys basketball players who scored at least eight points for Anclote

25 – Margin of defeat for Sunlake against Tarpon Springs last month

6 – Margin of victory for Sunlake against Tarpon Springs on Tuesday

5 – Goals allowed by Bishop McLaughlin’s girls soccer team in a 5-1 loss to Calvary Christian

14 – Points scored by Wiregrass Ranch girls basketball player Amanda Melosky in the Bulls’ 54-24 win over Chamberlain

26 – Fourth-quarter points by Fivay’s girls basketball team in a 63-56 loss to Ridgewood


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