The first week of games in the Boys & Girls Club of Ottawa County youth basketball league has been completed.
Action tipped off last Saturday with games in all three grade divisions, first and second, third and fourth and fifth and sixth.
In the fifth and sixth grade division Saturday, it was the Celtics 23, Rockets 14; Cavs 22, Rockets 20; Magic 45, Cavs 30; Magic 30, Heat 20, and the Celtics 34, Heat 18.
There were games in the first and second and third and fourth grade divisions Thursday night at the Civic Center.
Another six games are on tap for Saturday in the fifth- and sixth-grade division starting with the Lady Wardogs vs. Fireflies at 9 a.m.
Other games include Heat vs. Rockets, 10 a.m.; Celtics vs. Cavaliers, 11 a.m.; Rockets vs. Magic, noon; Cavaliers vs. Heat, 1 p.m., and Magic vs. Celtics, 2 p.m.
The other age divisions take this week off because of the Northeastern A&M High School Basketball Tournament.
Play will resume on Monday, Jan. 25.
Celtics 23, Rockets 14
Andrew Reavis had six points to lead the Celtics’ balanced attack.
Jack Osborn and Danny Burgess scored four points each, Sam Hughes hit three and Daniel Allen, Crue Woolman and Brendan Ragsdale netted two each. for the Celts.
The Rockets received five points from Kameron, four from Scott, two each from T.J. and Gunner and one from Bryson.
Cavs 22, Rockets 20
A 14-12 edge in the second half lifted the Cavs.
Jerry’s 14 points headed up the Cavs’ scoring. Christian and Quintin had six and two points, respectively.
Scott had 11 and Kameron scored eight for the Rockets.
Magic 45, Cavs 30
B. Pulley and C. Bundrick each scored in double figures for the Magic, Pulley getting 13 points and Bundrick 12.
T. Radebaugh and H. Forkum scored eight each for the Magic, with C. Herd and M. Hartley scoring two apiece.
Christian pumped in 18 points for the Cavs, getting 12 of that in the second half.
Isaac, Quintin and Jerry scored four apiece for the Cavs.
Magic 30, Heat 20
Bundrick had 10 points and Pulley added nine for the winners. Radebaugh and Forkum added six and five, respectively.
The Heat got seven points from Gunner, six from Dakota, three from Eli and two each from Kieran and Wolfgang.
Dakota’s points came on a pair of 3-point goals.
Celtics 34, Heat 18
Reavis and Ragsdale scored nine and eight points, respectively, for the Celtics.
Burgess had six points and Hughes and Woolman added four each. Allen chipped in with two points.
Gunner netted 10 points for the Heat, who also picked up six from Kieran and two from Eli.