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January 30, 2013

GCS, GHS drop district games




Lone Oak (girls) 54,

Como-Pickton 34

  COMO —  Lone Oak’s Lady Buffaloes won 54-34 over Como-Pickton Tuesday in District 14-2A action.

  Alexa Wallen banked in 17 for Lone Oak, while Alyssa Busby pumped in 11. Chelsea Rigsby handed out four assists.

                          District 14-2A girls

Lone Oak         11    12    21    10    —54

Como-Pickton    7      4    16      7    —34

  LO: Alexa Wallen 17, Alyssa Busby 11,  Kinsey Patton 7, Rebecca Cooke 6, Sara Richardson 4, Hanah Nichol 4, Ashleigh Dodwell 2, Caitlin Kimberlin 2, Chelsea Rigsby 1. 

  CP: Williams 9, Matthews 9, Mackey 6, Ingalls 5, Jacks 4, Nichols 1.

  Next game: Commerce at Lone Oak, Friday.

Caddo Mills 78,

Gunter 61

  CADDO MILLS — The Caddo Mills Foxes were winners over the Gunter Tigers 78-61 Tuesday in District 12-2A action.

  Daxx Hill fired in 29 points for Caddo Mills, while Johnathan Gillispie pumped in 13. Jordan Dixon and Damien Newby had 11 and 10 respectively.

                       District 12-2A boys

Gunter    13    12    19    17    —61

Caddo Mills    14    25    15    24    —78

G: Hill 21, Bailey 11, Taylor 10, Scott 6, Knight 6, Hunter 5, Stephens 1.

CM: Daxx Hill 29, Johnathan Gillispie 13, Jordan Dixon 11, Damien Newby 10, Jordan Bicknell 6, Cory Johnson 6, Garrett Cox 1, Steven Gillispie 1, Jacob Tillett 1.

Record: CM 12-14, 2-6.

Next game: Caddo Mills at Farmersville, Friday.

Sunnyvale 50,

Leonard 47

  LEONARD — Stephen Kirven’s 3-pointer at the buzzer gave the Sunnyvale Raiders a 50-47 win over the Leonard Tigers Tuesday in District 14-2A play.

  Storm Taylor fired in 18 to lead Leonard, and Tyler Turner tallied eight.

                  District 14-2A boys

Sunnyvale 15    10    14    11    —50

Leonard     11     7       8    21    —47

  S: Thomas Wendt 18, Stephen Kirven 13, Josh Quinn 10.

  L: Storm Taylor 18, Tyler Turner 8, Matthew Wilson 6, Blake Hicks 6, Max Scoggins 3, Austin Kitchens 2, Ty McKinney 2, Jacob Redmon 2.

  Record: L 18-6, 6-3.

  Next game: Leonard at Van Alstyne, Friday.


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