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January 30, 2013

GCS, GHS drop district games

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

GREENVILLE — Rockwall Christian 49,

GCS (girls) 29

  Rockwall Christian Academy limited the Greenville Christian School Lady Eagles to single digits in each of the first three quarters en route to a 49-29 TAPPS District 3-2A victory on Tuesday.

Ashlee Poland led the victors with 16 points and Macy Wilson added 10.

Sophie Wimberley led GCS with nine points and Lysie Brown and Meaghan Brown both added six points as GCS dropped to 0-4 in district play.

                                  TAPPS District 3-2A girls

Rockwall Christian    13    16    4    13    —49

Greenville Christian    6      3    7    13    —29

  RCA: Katelyn Holboke 1, Ashlee Poland 16, Ingrid Bjornlie 4, Macy Wilson 10, Laycee Gonzalez 5, Rachel Rorie 4, Sarah Ross 6.

  GCS: Lynsie Brown 6, Shelby Hauser 2, Sophie Wimberley 9, Meaghan Brown 6, Meagan Nichols 4, Katy Felder 2.

  Records: GCS 0-4.

  Next game: GCS at Tyler East Texas Christian, Friday.



Rockwall Christian 59,

GCS 31

  Rockwall Christian Academy led most of the way in a 59-31 TAPPS District 3-2A victory over the Greenville Christian School Eagles on Tuesday in the Eagles Nest.

  Andy Henderson led the Eagles with 14 points, while Tristan Wooten chipped in seven, David Chandler scored six and Will Martens added four points.

  GCS plays next on Friday at East Texas Christian in Tyler.



McKinney North 69,

Greenville (girls) 32

McKINNEY — No. 8 state-ranked McKinney North won its 20th straight game, downing the Greenville Lady Lions 69-32 in District 13-4A play on Tuesday.

McKinney North, now 27-3 for the season, remained undefeated in district play at 12-0.

“They’re an exceptional team,” said Lady Lions coach Lesa Darst. “They play hard. They’re good all the way around. They’re just hard to stop.”

Chanterria Jackson led the Lady Bulldogs with 22 oints while Alexis Mason added 19.

Elizabeth Rutherford topped Greenville with 10 points to go with three steals. Mackenzie Cooper added seven points and five assists. Savannah Himes finished with seven rebounds.

Greenville, now 12-13 overall and 2-10 in district, will celebrate senior night on Friday against Denison in the Lady Lions’ home finale.

District 13-4A girls

Greenville    8    8    9    7    —32

McKinney North    19    16    22    12    —69

G: Elizabeth Rutherford 10, Mackenzie Cooper 7, Arian Alford 4, Britney Smith 4, Maddy Crabtree 3, Cortney Luna 2, Savannah Himes 2.

MN: Viona Vranigi 6, Alexis Mason 19, Chanterria Jackson 22, Jocelyn Scott 8, Amy Kleynhans 6, K.K. Connor 6, Kayla Shadden 2.

Record: G 12-13, 2-10; MN 27-3, 12-0.

Next game: Denison at Greenville, Friday.

Junior varsity girls

Greenville    2    0    2    9    —13

McKinney North    28    14    8    12    —62

G: Reagan Jeffery 12, Sarah Aly 1.

MN: Cram 13, Ellis 16.

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