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December 1, 2012

Dallas Conrad tops Greenville Lions



ROYSE CITY — Bland 43,

Sulphur Bluff 28

  MERIT — The Bland Tigers won 43-28 over Sulphur Bluff Friday to reach today’s championship game of the Bland tournament against Ector.

  Bland, now 7-1 for the season, will face the Eagles at 4:40 p.m.

  Chris Brown fired in 16 points to lead the Tigers, while Adam Shinn pumped in 11.

  The Bland Lady Tigers dropped their game on Friday to McKinney Christian, 43-24.

Sara Waidelich led Bland and all scorers with 24 points.

  Haley Davidson fired in 25 points, while Sarah Taylor pumped in 14 to lead the Campbell Lady Indians to a 50-33 win over Sulphur Bluff at the Bland tournament.

  The Campbell Indians defeated McKinney Christian, 53-51.

Jose Romero fired in 19 points to lead Campbell, and Scotty Green pumped in 10.

                            Bland tournament

                            Girls game

Campbell           17     14     13     15      —50

Sulphur Bluff       1      14      6      12      —33

  C: Haley Davidson 25, Sarah Taylor 14, Jordan Davidson 9, Amanda Olveda 4, Kaylin Stigall 2, Breanna Ashmore 2, Adara Gifford 1, Becca Christensen 1, Taylor Looney 1.

  SB: Hancock 14.

  Record: C 3-6.

  Next game: Campbell vs, Community, 10 a.m. today, Bland tournament consolation finals.

                                   Boys game

Campbell                  18     19      2     14     —53

Mckinney Christian     8     14     11     18     —51

  C: Jose Romero 19, Scotty Green 10, Jacob Camp 9, Dallas Degarso 7, Asa Woodland 4, Yovani Bonales 2.

  MCA: Weidemen 14, J. Pate 10.

                        Boys game

Sulphur Bluff    5    12     4     7    —28

Bland             15    16    10    2    —43

  SB: Justin 7, Landon 8, Erion 8.

  B: Glen Quezada 4, Joe Sourber 6, Cameron Turner 2, Adam Shinn 11, Chris Brown 16, Juan Aviles 4.

  Record: B 7-1.

  Next game: Bland vs. Ector, 4:40 p.m. today, championship game, Bland tournament.

                                   Girls game

McKinney Christian    18    8    12    5    —43

Bland                            0    6    11    7    —24

  MC: McAdams 15, James 15.

  B: Sara Waidelich 24, Morgen Gann 8.

Boles 72,

E. T. Christian 51

    EUSTACE — Ross Bostick fired in 25 points and Caleb Samples pumped in 14 to lead the Boles Hornets to a 72-51 victory over East Texas Christian at the Eustace tournament Friday.

   The 1-2 Hornets will face Neches at 1 p.m. today.

                                     Eustace tournament

                                     Boys game

Quinlan Boles              22    12    18    20    —72

East Texas Christian    16    13    12    11    —51

  QB: Hunter Jordan 6, Ross Bostick 25, Caleb Samples 14, Bailey Isom 7, Joshua Monroe 1, Devan Harris 4, Austin Morgan 9, Cameron Walker 4.

  ETC: Finley 21, Dorsey 8, Cox 5, Hawkins 5.

  Record: QB 1-2.

  Next game: Quinlan Boles vs. Neches, 1 p.m. today at Eustace tournament.

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