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Getz's, MC Pharmacy stay tied in first place

Published July 31. 2010 09:00AM

Getz's Transportation and Mauch Chunk Pharmacy ran their records to 6-1 and stayed on top of the standings in the Jim Thorpe Summer Basketball League last week.

Getz's-Molly Maguires

Eric Busocker and Dennis McGinley led Getz's with 21 and 19 points respectively. Molly's was paced by Matt Yaich's 17.

MC Pharmacy-Highlands Bev.

Jason Miller netted 14 for Mauch Chunk, while his cousin Jan Miller added 10. Brad Hurley dropped a game-high 26 for Highland. Derick Reis chipped in with 13.

St. Lukes Rehab-JTNB

Don Reis (19), Carl Hunsicker (16), Digger Davornik (16) and Ryan Hurley (14) all scored in double figures for St. Lukes. Steve Calcano (17), Pete Skafelstad (15) and Nate Jones (10) did the same for JTNB.

MC Pharmacy-JTNB

Jason Miller once again led the MC Pharmacy with 16 points. Teammate Luke Hermans added 15. Pete Skafelstad led the Bankers with 15.

Highlands Bev.-Molly Maguires

Brad Hurley went off for the Highlands, as he scored a game-high 43 points. Matt Yaich led the Maguires with 18, while Tony Stoeckel contributed 16.

Getz's-St. Lukes Rehab

Dennis McGinley and Kyle Busocker led Getz's to victory, as they poured in 27 and 25 points apiece. Kevin Binder led St. Lukes with 15.

STANDINGS

W-L

Getz's Transportation 6-1

Mauch Chunk Pharmacy 6-1

Molly Maguires 4-3

St. Lukes Rehab 3-4

Highlands Beverages 1-6

JTNB 1-6

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