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January 30, 2013

GCS, GHS drop district games

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

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GREENVILLE —



McKinney North 83,

Greenville 60

  McKINNEY — Greenville’s Lions couldn’t get their offense in sync until it was too late to catch the McKinney North Bulldogs, who took an 83-60 District 13-4A win on Tuesday.

  “We forced too many 3-point jump shots,” said Lions coach Marcus Smith. “Midway through the fourth quarter we started executing the game plan. Tonight was poor execution on both ends of the floor.”

  They shot just 7-of-24 from the 3-point arc.

  Bryson Brown led the balanced Bulldogs with 17 points, while Collin Curran tossed in 16, Kody Wilson 15, Steele Douglas 12 and Maliek Golden added 10.

  Dartannon Wilson led the Lions with 15 points, Darion Neal added 13 and Marquis Taylor added 11 as Greenville dropped to 14-15 .

  Greenville will hold “Jam the Gym” night on Friday against Denison.

                              District 13-4A boys

Greenville             12    12    10    26    —60

McKinney North    16    17    24    26    —83

  G: Brady Mulkey 2, Collen Wilburn 3, Chris Bazor 3, Jamar Clark 4, Jerry Dickeson 4, Jason Thomas 7, Darion Neal 13, Marquis Taylor 11, Dartannon Wilson 15.

  MN: Bryson Brown 17, Collin Curran 16, Kody Wilson 15, Steele Douglas 12, Maliek Golden 10, Jolu Otubu 8, Reed Hadley 3, Michael Caldwell 2.

  Record: GHS 14-15, 3-7; MN 15-9, 7-3.

  Next game: Denison at Greenville, Friday.

                              Junior varsity boys

Greenville               2    17    17    10    —46

McKinney North    11    14    16    17    —58

  G: D’errien Wilson 19, Layton Prado 10.

  MN: Davis 17.

                              Freshman boys

Greenville               8      8    12    18    —46

McKinney North    16    11    11    12    —50

  G: Tyler Nelson 12, Treveon Heard 11.

  MN: Harris 12, Hudson 14, Ford 15.



Como-Pickton 44,

Lone Oak 34

  COMO — Como-Pickton held the Lone Oak Buffaloes scoreless in the second quarter on the way to a 44-34 District 14-2A win on Tuesday.

Sawyer Zachary led Lone Oak with 14 points.

  Corbin Flora topped the victors with 11 points and Yoan Preciado added 10.

                          District 14-2A boys

Lone Oak         12    0    4    18    —34

Como-Pickton    9    8    9    18    —44

  LO: Sawyer Zachary 14, Clint Mahand 9, Ethan Fite 4, Coleton Lasseter 3, Cody Hardin 2, Kevin Smith 2.

  C-P: Corbin Flora 11, Yoan Preciado 10, Matthew Sharp 4, Bryce Steele 8, Ryan Humphrey 6, Justin Radney 3, Ozzy Preciado 2.

  Record: LO 13-14, 5-5.

  Next game: Commerce at Lone Oak, Friday.



Campbell (girls) 64,

Trinidad 21

  CAMPBELL — Haley Davidson banked in 28 points to lead the Campbell Lady Indians to a 64-21 victory over the Trinidad Lady Trojans in District 23-A basketball action Tuesday.

  Sarah Taylor also chipped in 10 for Campbell, which will host parents night on Friday.

                    District 23-A girls

Trinidad        2      4    10    5    —21 

Campbell    19    17    19    9    —64    

  T: Boggas 6.

  C: Haley Davidson 28, Breanna Ashmore 8, Jordan Davidson 7, Kaylin Stigall 5, Caitlyn Branton 2, Rebecca Christensen 2, Sarah Looney 2, Sarah Taylor 10.

  Record: C 18-8, 6-1.

  Next game: Fannindel at Campbell, 6 p.m. Friday.

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