Jonathan Lee had 26 points to lead seven players in double figures as Jamestown ended a weekend in Michigan with a 126-98 victory over Flint United on Sunday.
The Basketball League win, which follows a 110-104 victory over the Detroit Hustle on Saturday, lifted the Jackals’ record to 15-4, which is good for first place in the Upper Midwest Division.
One game ahead of second-place Toledo Glass City (14-5), Jamestown will close its home schedule at 7 p.m. Wednesday against the Detroit Hustle at the Jamestown Community College Physical Education Complex.
The Jackals would host another performance like the one they put on yesterday at the Dort Event Center.
In addition to Lee’s big game, Lovel Smith and Thomas Garrick both had 15, Bernard Edwards 13, Antwan Wilkerson and Daniel Mulamba 12 each and Eric Mack 10. Kareem Davis provided nine assists.
Jason Watts and Keenan Colemann led Flint United with 20 points each, Malk Ellison had 16 and Xavier McDaniel Jr. and Antonio Davis had 12 each.
Saturday’s game against the Detroit Hustle at Loyola High School was much closer, but a balanced scoreline was the difference in Jamestown’s victory.
Edwards led six players in double figures with 23, Lee had 19, Wilkerson and Julius Brooks 14 each, Garrick 13 and Davis 11.
Davon Hayes led the Detroit Hustle with 26 points, Deon Rice and Jody Hill had 25 each and Martell Anderson had 16.