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January 26, 2013

Greenville Lions beat Wylie East, Lady Lions fall

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

(Continued)

GREENVILLE — Winnsboro (girls) 58,

Lone Oak 18

  LONE OAK — No. 20 state-ranked Winnsboro handed the Lone Oak Lady Buffs a 58-18 District 14-2A loss on Friday.

  Hannah Pinnell led the balanced victors with 14 points, Mackenzie Swanner chipped in 12 and Danie Mabry added 11.

  Alyssa Busby topped Lone Oak with 12 points.

                      District 14-2A girls

Winnsboro    12    24    14    9    —58

Lone Oak       6      2      4     6    —18

  W: Hannah Pinnell 14, Mackenzie Swanner 12, Danie Mabry 11, Baily Swanner 8, Madie Crow 7, Logan Redding 3, Reagan Johnson 2, Sam Busby 2.

  LO: Alyssa Busby 12, Alexa Wallen 2, Ashleigh Dodwell 2, Kinsey Patton 1, Sara Richardson 1.

  Next game: Lone Oak at Como-Pickton, Tuesday.

                      Junior varsity girls

Winnsboro    10    7    15    16    —48

Lone Oak       2    5      3      1    —11

  W: Knight 14, Orton 7, Griffin 7.

  LO: Tatum Johnson 4.

Campbell (girls) 57,

Miller Grove 24

  MILLER GROVE — Campbell’s Lady Indians upped their District 23-A record to 5-1 with a 57-24 pasting of Miller Grove on Friday.

  Haley Davidson topped the 17-8 Lady Indians with 17 points and Amanda Olveda added 10 points.

                       District 23-A girls

Campbell      18    16    12    11    —57

Miller Grove    6      9      8     1    —24

  C: Haley Davidson 17, Amanda Olveda 10, Beca Christensen 2, Sarah Taylor 3, Emily Ashmore 5, Kaylin Stigall 4, Jordan Davidson 3, Caitlyn Branton 5, Breanna Ashmore 5.

  MG: Bailey Penny 8, Shelbi Potts 7, Delcastillo 5.

  Records: C 17-8, 5-1.

  Next game: Campbell vs. Trinidad, Tuesday.

Miller Grove 65,

Campbell 32

  MILLER GROVE — Miller Grove jumped out to a 24-6 lead and never looked back in a 65-32 District 23-A win over Campbell on Friday.

  Patrick Covington led the victors and all scorers with 27 points.

  Jose Romero topped Campbell with 17 points.

                         District 23-A boys

Campbell          6      6    13    7    —32

Miller Grove    24    16    19    6    —65

  C: Jose Romero 17, Colby Gore 6, Dallas Degarso 5, Mason Mothersell 2, Junior Vazquez 2.

  MG: Patrick Covington 27.

Wolfe City (girls) 56,

Bland 35

  WOLFE CITY — The Wolfe City Lady Wolves outscored Bland 21-4 in the third quarter on the way to a 56-35 District 15-A victory on Friday.

  Sarah Andrews topped Wolfe City with 24 points and Michaela Burge added 12.

  Sara Waidelich led Bland with 11 points.

                    District 15-A girls

Bland             6    13      4    12    —35

Wolfe City    11      9    21    15    —56

  B: Sara Waidelich 11, Bailey Robichaux 8.

  WC: Sarah Andrews 24, Micheala Burge 12.

                    Junior varsity girls

Bland           5    6    6    16    3    —36

Wolfe City    6    9    11    7    6    —39

  B: Savannah Gordon 13.

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