Arlington Wizards steamroll through MLK tournament
August 27, 2008 · Updated 6:47 PM
The Arlington Wizards seventh-grade Amateur Athletic Union basketball team won the Martin Luther King Jr. Classic Tournament in Port Angeles Jan. 13-14.
The Wizards won four games in the weekend tournament en route to the championship.
Arlington won the first game 82-40 against the host Port Angeles Jammers. Conner Davis hit his first seven shots of the game on his way to 27 points, including five three-pointers. Blake McPherson had a double-double with 20 points and 10 assists. Bo Brummel also had a double-double with 10 points and 23 rebounds.
Max Bryson contributed nine points and seven rebounds, Dylan Pettit racked up eight points and seven assists, Adam Roehl dropped in five points and eight rebounds.
Marcus Bryson got in the scorebook with three points and four assists.
In the second game, the Wizards easily triumphed over the Port Angeles Raiders 107-28. McPherson led the team with 24 points and 11 assists, Brummel had 22 points and 25 rebounds, Max Bryson dropped din 22 points and pulled down 14 rebounds.
Davis tallied 18 points and Roehl snared 11 rebounds in the lopsided victory.
The Wizards cracked the century mark in the third game with a 106-27 defeat of the Cascade Bruins.
Highlighting the victory was the double-double from McPherson, who scored 51 points while pulling down 10 assists. Brummel added 18 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists and nine steals.
Max Bryson registered 14 points, Dylan Pettit had 12 points, and Davis scored 11 points and recorded seven steals.
Marcus Bryson had five assists and four steals.
Continuining their hot hand, the Wizards scored more than 100 points for the third game in a row with a 106-39 defeat of the Blaine Borderites.
McPherson led the team with 41 points and 13 assists.
Davis was close behind with 28 points. Max Bryson nearly had a triple-double with 12 points, 10 rebounds and nine steal performance.
Brummel had 12 points, Pettit scored 10 points and assists and Marcus Bryson had five points and four rebounds.
Wayne McPherson is the head coach of the Wizards.