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January 23, 2013

Wylie takes two from Greenville Lions, Lady Lions

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

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GREENVILLE —                     Freshman boys

Wylie         15     8     9    21    —55

Greenville    8    8    16     8    —40

  W: Haveman 13.

  G: Carandal Hale 13.

                     Junior varsity girls

Wylie          10    9    15      8    —42

Greenville    5     8    10    12    —36

  W: Beatty 13, Draper 10.

  G: Sarah Aly 10, Jordan Sweat 13.

                    Freshman girls

Wylie           4    0      8    9    2    —23

Greenville    7    2    10    2    0    —21  

G: Nalisha Johnson 10, Shamari Crethers 6, Mya Hudgins 5.

Celeste (girls) 40,

Cumby 34

  CUMBY — Celeste’s Lady Devils upped their District 15-A record to 8-2 with a 40-34 win over Cumby on Tuesday.

  Haley Trentham led the Lady Devils with 15 points and Morgan Lewis added nine as Celeste improved to 24-3 for the season.

  Brenna Gay topped Cumby with 17 points.

                District 15-A girls

Celeste    16     8    5    11    —40

Cumby      5    10    4    15    —34

  Ce: Haley Trentham 15, Madalyne Pearce 3, Devon Jackson 3, Tiffany Crossland 4, Rachel Myers 2, Morgan Lewis 9, Erica Jordan 2, Jessica Turnbaugh 2.

  C: Brenna Gay 17, Candice Horrocks 7, Kayla Akers 4, Alex Duck 2, Grace Campbell 2, Madison Thomas 2.

  Record: Ce 24-3, 8-2.

  Next game: Blue Ridge at Celeste, Friday.

                Junior varsity girls

Celeste    12    6    8    6    —32

Cumby      0     2    1    9    —12

  Ce: Delisa Phillips 10, Hannah Lipsey 6.

  C: Mckenzie Fyke 6.

Celeste 34,

Cumby 24

  CELESTE — Justin Heuber fired in 22 points to spark the Celeste Blue Devils to a 34-24 District 15-A win over Cumby on Tuesday.

  Travis Taylor led Cumby with eight points.

                District 15-A boys

Celeste    7    9      5    13    —34

Cumby     5    4    10      5    —24

  Ce: Justin Heuber 22, Braden Morrow 5, Colton Smith 5, Dalton Edge 2.

  C: Travis Taylor 8, Cody Anderson 7, Eric Wilson 4, Dustin Heer 4.

  Record: C 7-15, 3-5.

  Next game: Blue Ridge at Celeste, Friday.

                Junior varsity boys

Celeste    7    4    6    15    —32

Cumby     4    9    6      9    —28

  Ce: Micah McCaslin 10, Jordan Wright 7, Trevor Horton 5.

  C: Allen 17.

Boles 53,

Wolfe City 44

  WOLFE CITY — Boles outscored Wolfe City 29-13 in the second half to claim a 53-44 District 15-A victory on Tuesday.

  Hunter Jordan paced the victors with 17 points, Caleb Samples dropped in 16 and Austin Morgan added 11.

  Colton Quirl and Justin Wilkinson both banked in 13 points to lead the Wolves.

                     District 15-A boys

Boles            14    10    15    14    —53

Wolfe City    14    17      9      4    —44

  B: Hunter Jordan 17, Caleb Samples 16, Austin Morgan 11, Cameron Walker 5, Ross Bostick 2, Bailey Isom 2.

  WC: Colton Quirl 13, Justin Wilkinson 13, Andre Brown 9, Malik Gaffney 5, Hunter Bostick 2, Cody Harbin 2.

  Record: WC 3-5.

  Next game: Bland at Wolfe City, Friday.

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