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January 23, 2013

Wylie takes two from Greenville Lions, Lady Lions



GREENVILLE — Kaufman 40,

Rains 24

  EMORY — Kaufman limited Rains to only six points in the second half on the way to a 40-24 District 14-3A win over the Wildcats on Tukesday.

  Devonte Pryor led Rains with 13 points.

                  District 14-3A boys

Kaufman    7    10    6    17    —40

Rains         9      9    4      2    —24

  K: Marlar 10, Duncan 3, Esquirel 13, Lawthon 2, Rawson 8, Hutchinson 2, Richards 2.

  R: Jared Barnett 2, Tyler Lennon 2, Nick Grell 2, Devonte Pryor 13, Jacob Dowty 5.

  Records: G 6-18, 1-3; K 4-11, 1-2.

  Next game: Rains at Quinlan Ford Tuesday.

                   Junior varsity boys

Kaufman    12    11      4    6    —33

Rains           5    11    17    7    —40

  K: Pickron 14.

  R: Lorance 13, Miller 10.

Bland (girls) 28,

Trenton 25

  MERIT — Bland’s Lady Tigers slipped past Trenton 28-25 for a District 15-A victory on Tuesday.

Sara Waidelich led the victors with 13 points.

                District 15-A girls

Trenton    6    4    6    9    —25

Bland     12    7    2    7    —28

  T: Withrow 7, Acklin 5.

  B: Sara Waidelich 13, Jaci Welborn 6.

                Junior varsity girls

Trenton    0     6      2    4    —12

Bland      10    7    11    6    —34

  T: Serrin 6.

  B: Liz Jenkins 13, Savannah Gordon 8, Hailey Garner 7.

Quinlan (girls) 53,

Wills Point 45

  QUINLAN — Quinlan Ford’s Lady Panthers reached the 20-win mark for the season with a 53-45 District 14-3A win over Wills Point on Tuesday.

  Jessika Keeton tossed in 22 points and Taylor Elrod added 20 as the Lady Panthers improved to 20-9 overall and 4-1 in district play.

                         District 14-3A girls

Wills Point       11    13    8    13    —45

Quinlan Ford    5     17    5    26    —53

  WP: Mikala Denton 5, Emily Levy 16, Dawnesha Raibon 8, Norman Cunigan 10, Tamera Burch 1, Holy Cunigam 5.

  QF: Taylor Elrod 20, Ariel Hernandez 2, Jessika Keeton 22, Jenna Ackenback 5, Carley Torbert 3, Brittany Smith 1.

  Record: QF 20-9, 4-1.

Fruitvale 60,

Campbell 40

  CAMPBELL — Fruitvale jumped out to a 16-5 lead the first quarter and held on for a 60-40 District 23-A win over Campbell on Tuesday.

  Jose Romero led Campbell and all scorers with 25 points and Dallas Degarso chipped in 10.

                   District 23-A boys

Fruitvale    16    10    17    18    —60

Campbell    5    15    10    10    —40

  F: Gavino Rangel 22.

  C: Jose Romero 25, Dallas Degarso 10, Jacob Camp 4, Mason Mothersell 1.

Rains (girls) 47,

Kaufman 32

  EMORY — Rains’ Lady Wildcats shot 53 percent from the field to beat Kaufman 47-32 in District 14-3A play on Tuesday.

  Klara Bradshaw led Rains with 11 points, 12 rebounds, six blocked shots and two steals. Shye Meador-McCray added 10 points for Rains.

     District 14-3A girls

    Rains 47, Kaufman 32

  K: Prox 18.

  R: Molly Carista 6, Chelsee Wilson 2, Halley Lawson 2, Cortney Anderson 8, Shye Meador-McCray 10, Klara Bradshaw 11, Hannah Dickens 8.

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