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All-Stars involved in tournaments, community
Scott’s All-Stars had their monthly community service activity at Coastal Manor nursing home in Ludowici. They had a great time giving back to the community and the residents enjoyed their company and gifts. - photo by Photo provided.

Scott’s All-Stars fourth-grade basketball team participated April 10-11 in the National Super Regional tournament in Jacksonville. Team members also volunteered recently at Coastal Manor long-term nursing facility in Ludowici.

In Jacksonville, the team took a victory over the Jacksonville Magic, winning 40-28. In that game, Montaye Frasier led in scoring with 15 points and six rebounds. Marcus Scott V chipped in 13 points and two rebounds and Keagan John scored 8 points and had eight rebounds.

The boys lost game two against Team TGFB, 47-23. Scott led in scoring with 6 points. Frasier scored 5 points and had three rebounds and Jaleel Gilbert scored 4 points.

The boys played the Jax Magic again in game three and lost 38-37. Scott had 10 points and two rebounds, Keagan John scored 9 points and had 12 rebounds, David LeCounte scored 7 points and had six rebounds and Frasier knocked in 7 points and had two rebounds.

A few weeks after the tournament, team members completed their monthly community service at Coastal Manor in Ludowici. The boys passed out fruit to the residents and enjoyed lunch provided by Shane’s Rib Shack. Coach Marcus Scott IV said the kids were thankful to Shane’s and Coastal Manor for allowing them to give back to their community.

The team travels to Brunswick this Saturday to play the Brunswick YMCA team at 1 p.m.

The All-Stars will host their first AAU basketball tournament on Saturday, May 8, at the Liberty County Armed Services Family YMCA in Hinesville.

Team and sponsorships registration is under way. Fees are $150 per team and the teams must have a minimum of five players ages 14 and up. The organization hopes to secure a minimum of eight teams, and the first-place winner will receive a trophy.

For more information, call 572-6111 or e-mail The team also has a Facebook fan page.

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