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January 26, 2013

Greenville Lions beat Wylie East, Lady Lions fall

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

GREENVILLE —   Greenville’s Lady Lions hung tough with Wylie East for three quarters before giving way in a 74-59 loss to the Lady Raiders in District 13-4A basketball on Friday night in the Lions Den.

  Wylie East led only 49-46 entering the fourth quarter but pulled away during the final six minutes with the help of Emily Hartegan. Hartegan led all scorers with 35 points after shooting 11 buckets and going 13-of-14 from the line.

  “She played a great game,” said Lady Lions coach Lesa Darst.

  Darst said Jezmin Shields (14 points) and Nadja Jones (12) of Wylie East hurt the Lady Lions more this time than in Greenville’s 52-49 win at Wylie East on Dec. 21.

  “We knew it wasn’t going to be easy,” said Darst.

  Mackenzie Cooper led the Lady Lions with 19 points to go with eight rebounds, five assists and three steals.

  Savannah Himes fired in 17 points for the Lady Lions and pulled down six rebounds.

  Greenville guard Maddy Crabtree finished with six points, eight assists and two steals and Arian Alford pulled down six rebounds.

                     District 13-4A girls

Wylie East    22      7    20    25    —74

Greenville     16    16    14    13    —59

  WE: Nadja Jones 12, Jezmin Shields 14, Priscilla Murray 3, Kaila Gower 3, Emily Hartegan 35.

  G: Arian Alford 2, Maddy Crabtree 6, Cortney Luna 2, Britney Smith 2, Mackenzie Cooper 19, Elizabeth Rutherford 9, Savannah Himes 17, Abby Ellsworth 2.

  Records: WE 11-18, 3-7; GHS 12-12, 2-9.

  Next game: Greenville at McKinney North, Tuesday.

Greenville 58,

Wylie East 38

       By Steve Shwarts

       Herald-Banner Staff

  Dartannon Wilson fired in 15 points while Marquis Taylor added 11 to lead the Greenville Lions to a 58-38 win over the Wylie East Raiders at the Lions Den Friday in 13-4A basketball action.

  “A great win and an important win,” said Greenville head coach Marcus Smith. “I’m proud of our defense. The first half our shots weren’t falling, but defensively we kept ourselves in the game. We had the lead at halftime. The second half we did a better job of taking care of the ball. Therefore we were able to extend our lead. I want to thank the community for coming out to support us tonight.”

  Henry Dues fired in 16 for Wylie East in a losing effort.

  Greenville is now 14-14 for the season and 3-6 in district.

  The Lions travel to McKinney North Tuesday for an 8 p.m. game with the Bulldogs.

                      District 13-4A boys

Wylie East    10    6      7    15    —38

Greenville     11    9    13    25    —58

  WE: Daniel Johnston 3, Aubrey White 2, Braden Shewmaker 2, Nico Pierson 2, Henry Dues 16, Dajuan Brown 2, Jordan Wyatt 6, Justin Roper 5.

  G: Collen Wilburn 6, Jason Thomas 4, Marquis Taylor 11, Jamar Clark 4, Taylor Kinney 2, Dartannon Wilson 15, Lorenzo Smith 1, Chris Bazor 3, Brady Mulkey 2, Jerry Dickeson 5, John Franklin 3.

  Records: WE 3-20, 2-7; G 14-14, 3-6.

  Next game: Greenville at McKinney North, 8 p.m. Tuesday.

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