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January 30, 2013

GCS, GHS drop district games

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

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GREENVILLE —



Gunter (girls) 61,

Caddo Mills 30

  CADDO MILLS — The Gunter Lady Tigers defeated the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes 61-30 in District 12-2A action Tuesday.

  Tabatha Moore led Caddo Mills with 14 points.

                        District 12-2A girls

Gunter           15     20    17    9    —61

Caddo Mills    11    10      7    2    —30

  CM: Jaylynn Gracy 6, Makenna Tallant 3, Tabatha Moore 14, Hannah Hopkins 7.

  G: Hestand 25, Hughes 12, Bruner 8.

  Record: CM: 9-16, 1-9.

  Next game: Caddo Mills at Farmersville, Friday.

                      Junior varsity girls

Gunter            7    8      7      4    —26  

Caddo Mills    7    7    18    13    —45

  CM: Dreanna Hill 19, Jordan Mize 8, Courtney McSpadden 8.

  G: Husted 8, Kulberth 8.



Trenton 55,

Celeste 41

  TRENTON — Trenton won 55-41 over Celeste in District 15-A action Tuesday.

Justin Heuber fired in 18 points to lead Celeste, which travels to Bland Friday.

                 District 15-A boys

Celeste    11    11      7    12    —41

Trenton    14    15    20     6    —55

  C: Justin Heuber 18, Colton Smith 6, Braden Morrow 5, Cody Evans 4, Austin Shatto 4, Austin Gilliam 2, D.J. Jarrard 2.

  T: Alex Meyer 19, Bailey Burks 9, Slater Stone 6, Dylan McCarley 7.

  Record: C 7-19, 3-7.

  Next game: Celeste at Bland, Friday.

                Junior varsity boys

Celeste    7    8    13      2    —30

Trenton    3    9      6    14    —32

  C: Micah McCaslin 13, Trenton Daugherty 7.

  T: Jones 8, H. Parsons 8.



Bland 52,

Sam Rayburn 37

  MERIT — The Bland Tigers upped their season record to 19-7 with a 52-37 District 15-A win over Sam Rayburn on Tuesday.

  Adam Shinn fired in 17 points, while Joe Sourber chipped in 12 and Chris Brown added 10 as the Tigers improved to 7-2 in district play.

  Bland will entertain Celeste Friday in the Tigers’ homecoming game.

                          District 15-A boys

Sam Rayburn    5    9    10    13    —37

Bland               10    4    16    22    —52

  SR: Richardson 17, Treybig 7, Mandrell 8.

  B: Adam Shinn 17, Joe Sourber 12, Chris Brown 10, Thomas Sourber 7, Glen Quezada 4, Juan Aviles 2.

  Record: B 19-7, 7-2.

  Next game: Celeste at Bland, Friday.



Trinidad 60,

Campbell 54

  CAMPBELL — Trinidad outscored Campbell in the first and fourth quarters on the way to a 60-54 District 23-A win over the Indians on Tuesday.

  Jose Romero fired in 28 to lead Campbell, while Dallas Degarso added 13.

                    District 23-A boys

Campbell    15    14    13    12    —54   

Trinidad      18    14     11   15    —60      

  C: Jose Romero 28, Dallas Degarso 13, Jacob Camp 9, Junior Vasquez 2, Daniel Mothersell 2.

  T: Bonnistar 30, Spencer 11.



Rains (girls) 53,

Quinlan Ford 37

EMORY — Klara Bradshaw’s 28 points helped the Emory Rains Lady Wildcats defeat the Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers 53-37 Tuesday in District 14-3A.

  Bradshaw also had 13 rebounds, seven blocked shots, three assists and two steals. Cortney Anderson had seven assists for Rains.

  Jessika Keeton fired in 11 for the Lady Panthers.

                        District 14-3A girls

Quinlan Ford    3    13     6    15    —37 

Rains             16    11    18     8    —53 

  QF: Ariel Smith 2, Taylor Elrod 8, Jessika Keeton 11, Jenna Ackenback 7, Christina Hearn 2, Carley Torbert 7.

  R: Molly Carista 2, Carley Hill 8, Cortney Anderson 7, Shye Meador 6, Klara Bradshaw 28, Hannah Dickens 2.

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