The Herald Banner, Greenville, TX


January 13, 2013

GCS cagers fall to Rockwall Christian


GREENVILLE — Rockwall Christian 41,

GCS (girls) 31

  ROWLETT — Rockwall Christian Academy jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter and hung on for a 41-31 TAPPS District 3-2A win over the Greenville Christian School Lady Eagles on Friday.

  Ashlee Poland led the victors and all scorers with 14 points.

  Sophie Wimberley paced GCS with eight points.

                                 TAPPS District 3-2A girls

Greenville Christian  0    17     8    6    —31

Rockwall Christian    6     9    18    8    —41

  GCS: Sophie Wimberley 8, Shelby Hauser 6, Lynsie Brown 6.

  RCA: Ashlee Poland 14, Macy Wilson 12.

  Records: GCS 0-1.

  Next game: East Texas Christian at Greenville Christian, Tuesday.

Rockwall Christian 70,

GCS 33

  ROWLETT — Rockwall Christian Academy outscored Greenville Christian School 70-33 in TAPPS District 3-2A play on Friday.

  Andy Henderson led GCS with 12 points and Will Martens added 10.

              TAPPS District 3-2A boys

      Rockwall Christian 70, Greenville Christian 33

  GCS: Andy Henderson 12, Will Martens 10.

  Next game: East Texas Christian at Greenville Christian, Tuesday.

                        Junior varsity boys

          Greenville Christian 38, Rockwall Christian 33

  GCS: Andrew Eastwood 16, Cameron Arnold 9, Austin Bratton 5, Luke Johnson 5.

Campbell (girls) 59,

Trinidad 22

  TRINIDAD — Haley Davidson fired in 34 points to spark the Campbell Lady Indians to a 59-22 District 23-A victory over Trinidad on Friday.

  Davidson scored 21 points in the first quarter as Campbell built a 27-8 lead.

  Campbell stayed undefeated in district play at 3-0.

                   District 23-A girls

Campbell    27    9    8    15    —59

Trinidad        8    2    6      6    —22

  C: Haley Davidson 34, Emily Ashmore 6, Kaylinn Stigall 7, Taylor Looney 2, Amanda Olveda 2, Jordan Davidson 4.

  Record: C 15-7, 3-0.

Trinidad 48,

Campbell 45

  TRINIDAD — Trinidad grabbed the lead with a 15-8 advantage in the first quarter and then hung on for a 48-45 District 23-A victory over the Campbell Indians on Friday.

  Jose Romero led Campbell with 22 points. Dallas Degarso was next for  the Indians with nine points.

                   District 23-A boys

Campbell    8    12    14    11    —45

Trinidad    15    13    10    10    —48

  C: Jose Romero 22, Dallas Degarso 9, Mason Mothersell 4, Daniel Mothersell 2, Jacob Camp 2, Logan Sullivan 2, Yovani Bonales 2.


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