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December 1, 2012

Dallas Conrad tops Greenville Lions

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

ROYSE CITY — Dallas Conrad 53,

Greenville 45

  Dallas Conrad won 53-45 over the Greenville Lions Friday at the Royse City tournament.

  Dartannon Wilson fired in 20 points for Greenville, while Darion Neal and Collen Wilburn scored eight and seven respectively.

  The 1-6 Lions will play either Wylie East or Red Oak today at 1 p.m. at the Royse City tournament.

  “We kind of started out slow on the offensive and defensive end,” said Greenville coach Marcus Smith. “The second half we played with more intensity on both ends of the floor. We executed our offense better. We just came up short at the end.”

                    Royse City tournament

                            Boys game

Greenville           11    10    11    13    —45

Dallas Conrad    18    11    10    14    —53

  G: Jerry Dickeson 2, Brady Mulkey 4, Jamar Clark 4, Collen Wilburn 7, Darion Neal 8, Dartannon Wilson 20.

  DC: Wade 11, Smith 17.

  Record: G 1-6.

  Next game: Greenville vs Wylie East or Red Oak, 1 p.m. today at Royse City tournament.

                    Junior varsity boys

Greenville    9    15    11    11    —46

Rockwall    19    12    17    13    —61

G: Tyler Matthews 11, Shaquille Anderson 10.

                            Freshman boys

Greenville              9    5    10    6    —30

Frisco Heritage    18    9    10    12    —49

G: Spencer Gilbert 13, Carandal Hale 6, Tyren Nelson 6.

Trinity Christian 53,

Quinlan Ford (girls) 35

  WILLS POINT — Trinity Christian-Addison won 53-35 over the Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers at the Wills Point tournament Friday.

  Jade Patton fired in 10 points for the 8-4 Lady Panthers, while Taylor Elrod drained nine.

                 Wills Point tournament

                             Girls game

Quinlan Ford          7    8    13    7    —35

Trinity Christian    10    9    16    13    —53

  QF: Jade Patton 10, Taylor Elrod 9, Jessika Keeton 7, Brittany Smith 2, Carley Torbert 6.

  TC: Harrison 3, Voelker 9, Bastie 12, Bergnan 6, Noordhoff 2, Bell 4, Sneed 16.

  Record: QF 8-4.

Wills Point 61,

Lone Oak (girls) 44

  WILLS POINT — Wills Point defeated the Lone Oak Lady Buffaloes Thursday 61-44 at the Wills Point tournament.

  Alyssa Busby fired in 18 points, while Courtney McCoy pumped in eight for Lone Oak.

                      Girls game Thursday

                      Wills Point tournment

Wills Point     14     14     10     23     —61

Lone Oak      13     11     12       8     —44

  WP: Levy 23, Davis 13, Raibon  10, Cunigan 6, Cunigan 4, Burch 2, Brown 2, Denton 1.

  LO: Alyssa Busby 18, Courtney McCoy 8, Kinsey Patton 5, Ashleigh Dodwell 4, Sara Richardson 3, Hanah Nichol 3, Alexa Wallen 2, Rebecca Cooke 1. 

Celeste (girls) 37,

Honey Grove 30

  SAVOY — Celeste’s Lady Devils rolled to a 37-30 victory over Honey Grove on Friday to advance to today’s finals of the Savoy tournament.

  Morgan Lewis tossed in 13 points to lead the Lady Devils, who will face either Tom Bean or Savoy in the 3:30 p.m. finals. Celeste, which won the Miller Grove tournament two weeks ago, will be gunning for its second straight tournament title. The Lady Devils are 10-1 for the season.

  Fannindel cruised to a 49-22 victory over the Celeste Blue Devils at the Savoy tournament.

  Quincy Cuba led Fannindel with 12 points.

  Austin Shatto fired in six for Celeste.

                    Savoy tournament

                    Boys game

Fannindel    8    19    17     5     —49

Celeste        3      5      4    10    —22

  F: Cuba 12, Miller 7, Scott 6, Erwin 6, Lock 6.

C: Austin Shatto 6, Justin Heuber 5, Keaton Hubbard 4, Colton Smith 3, Dalton Edge 2, Austin Gilliam 2.

Record: C 3-2.

  Next game: Celeste vs. Tom Bean or Savoy at 2 p.m. today at Savoy tournament.

                         Girls game

Honey Grove    6    9     3    12    —30

Celeste          13     9     8     7     —37

  HG: Johnson 14.

  C:  Morgan Lewis 13, Haley Trentham 7, Tiffany Crossland 7, Madalyne Pearce 5, Devon Jackson 3, Rachel Myers  2.

  Record: C 10-1.

  Next game: Celeste vs. Savoy or Tom Bean, 3:30 p.m. today, Savoy tournament finals.

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