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January 8, 2014

Greenville Lions, Lady Lions down Denison



GREENVILLE — Farmersville (girls) 73,

Caddo Mills 42

  FARMERSVILLE — Farmersville outscored Caddo Mills in three of the four quarters on the way to a 73-42 District 12-2A win over the Lady Foxes on Tuesday.

  Kristin Newell led Caddo Mills with eight points.

                       District 12-2A girls

Caddo Mills     10    13    13      4    —42

Farmersville    26    18    13    16    —73

  CM: Kristin Newell 8, Dreanna Hill 5, Makenna Tallant 4, Jaylyn Gracy 8, Jacie Thomasen 7, Tabatha Moore 4, Mary Moran 4.

  Record: CM 0-5.

  Next game: Leonard at Caddo Mills, Friday.

Lone Oak (girls) 73,

Commerce 38

  LONE OAK — The Lone Oak Lady Buffs squared their District 14-2A record at 3-3 with a 73-38 win on Tuesday over Commerce.

  Alexa Wallen led Lone Oak with 16 points.

                     District 14-2A girls

Commerce    9    13      6    10    —38

Lone Oak    13    19    20    21    —73

  C: Pell 11, Jordyn Sharp 10, Natalie Tarrant 8.

  LO: Alexa Wallen 16, Melody Womack 9, Kinsey Patton 8, Kaylee Isenburg 8, Caitlin Kimberlin 7, Reiney Draper 6, Hanah Nichol 7, Jayce Womack 5, Alyssa Busby 4, Ashleigh Dodwell 3.

  Record: LO 3-3.

  Next game: Lone Oak at Grand Saline, Friday.

Bland (girls) 41,

Cumby 34

  CUMBY — Sara Waidelich scored 19 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to help the Bland Lady Tigers to a 41-34 District 15-A win over Cumby on Tuesday.

  Candice Horrocks topped Cumby with 13 points.

                District 15-A girls

Bland      13    8      7    13    —41

Cumby    11    0    13    10    —34

  B: Sara Waidelich 19, Savannah Brixey 9, Nelly Ramirez 4.

  C: Candice Horrocks 13, Grace Campbell 6.

Campbell (girls) 50,

Miller Grove 32

  MILLER GROVE — The No. 14 state-ranked Campbell Lady Indians improved to 17-3 for the season with a 50-32 win over Miller Grove on Tuesday.

  Haley Davidson and Sarah Taylor both fired in 17 points to lead the Lady Indians, who are 2-0 in district play.

                   District 23-A girls

Campbell      14    15    11    10    —50

Miller Grove    6    10     7      9    —32

  C: Haley Davidson 17, Sarah Taylor 17, Taylor Looney 2, Emily Ashmore 4, Jordan Davidson 8, Caitlyn Branton 2.

  MG: Ailmo Delaiskillo 21.

  Record: C 17-3, 2-0.

  Next game: Trinidad at Campbell, Friday.

Miller Grove 68,

Campbell 38

  MILLER GROVE — Miller Grove claimed a 68-38 District 23-A win over the Campbell Indians on Tuesday ight.

  Kegan Malone led Campbell with 16 points and Bailey Ferguson added 10.

                      District 23-A boys

Campbell          7     11    11     9    —38

Miller Grove    23    17    18    10    —68

  C: Kegan Malone 16, Bailey Ferguson 10, Tevin Truesdale 5, Chris Wilson 4, Jacob Camp 2, Dallas DeGarso 1.

  MG: Covington 22.

  Records: C 6-10, 0-1.

  Next game: Trinidad at Campbell, Friday.

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