The Herald Banner, Greenville, TX


December 9, 2012

Celeste, Honey Grove claim Celeste titles



CELESTE — Greenville 75,

Thomas Jefferson 49

  PRINCETON — The Greenville Lions bounced back from a loss to Sherman with a 75-49 victory over Thomas Jefferson of Dallas on Saturday at the Princeton tournament.

Collen Wilburn banked in 14 points and Dartannon Wilson chipped in 12 for the Lions in the win over Jefferson.

  District 13-4A rival Sherman beat the Lions 57-50 in Greenville’s first game on Saturday. The Lions were missing a couple of their players, who later rejoined them for the second game.

  “The last game we played good defense and we executed offensively,” said Lions coach Marcus Smith.

  Wilburn led the Lions against Sherman with 25 points and Brad Mulkey added 10.

                   Princeton tournament

                   Boys game

Sherman    11    31    10    15    —57

Greenville    5    10    22    13    —50

  S: Alex Polk 15, J.T. Luper 4, Tray Bowen 5, Armon Jones 6, Jlynn Thompson 5, Tre Mask 13, T.J. Ball 9, Stetson Sullivan 10.

  G: Chris Bazor 2, Marlon Mack 5, Jerry Dickeson 5, Brady Mulkey 10, Marquise Taylor 2, Collen Wilburn 25.

                                 Boys game

Greenville               16    15    18    26    —75

Thomas Jefferson    7    18    17      7    —49

  G: Kadeem Jimmerson 1, Taylor Kinney 3, Justin Wade 4, Brady Mulkey 6, Jason Thomas 4, Darion Neal 8, Chris Bazor 9, Jerry Dickeson 9, Dartannon Wilson 12, Collen Wilburn 14.

  TJ: Mays 26, Mendez 2, Baylor 2, Smith 1, Redfer 10, Betzers 8.

  Record: G 6-8.

  Next game: Greenville at John Tyler, Tuesday.

                    Junior varsity boys

Princeton     15    13    13    14    —55

Greenville    11    13    14    13    —51

  G: Derren Wilson 21, Brandon Forbes 13.

                              Freshman boys

Frisco Lone Star    6      9    7      7    —29

Greenville            10    10    6    14    —40

  LS: Delay 11.

  G: Spencer Gilbert 12, Treveon Heard 6, Cole Mulkey 6.

Campbell (girls) 57

Cumby 36

  SULPHUR SPRINGS — The Campbell Lady Indians downed Cumby 57-36 on Saturday to claim consolation honors in the North Hopkins tournament.

  Haley Davidson fired in a game-high 26 points for Campbell.

  Kayla Akers topped Cumby with 14 points.

                    North Hopkins tournament

Campbell    18    16    15    8    —57

Cumby        12      7    12    5    —36

  Ca: Haley Davidson 26, Sarah Taylor 12, Breanna Ashmore 7, Jordan Davidson 5, Kaylin Stigall 4, Caitlin Branton 2, Emily Ashmore 1.

  C: Kayla Akers 14, Candice Horrocks 12, Kaylee Giles 6, Madison Thomas 4.

  Record: Ca 7-7.

  Next game: Campbell at Ector, Tuesday.

Quinlan Ford (girls) 68,

Spring Hill 66

  EDGEWOOD — Quinlan Ford’s Lady Panthers won two games this weekend at the Edgewood tournament.

  Ford nipped Longview Spring Hill 68-66 on Saturday and downed Millsap 51-41 on Friday.

  Jessika Keeton pumped in a game-high 24 points to lead the Lady Panthers against Spring Hill, while teammate Jade Patton fired in 13 and Taylor Elrod added 11.

                          Edgewood tournament

                          Saturday’s game

Quinlan Ford    19    21    15    13    —68

Spring Hill        14    10    26    16    —66

  QF: Jade Patton 13, Taylor Elrod 11, Courtney Hall 3, Ariel Hernandez 3, Jessika Keeton 24, Christian Hearn 2, Carley Torbert 9, Shelby Reeves 3, Brittany Smith 3.

  SH: Audrey Popelar 6, Ann Hollas 10, Mikai Brown 3, Jacey Fleet 17, Leslie Blevins 12, Madison Martin 18.

  Record: QF 12-6.

                         Friday’s game

Quinlan Ford    11    17    14      9    —51

Millsap              11     7      6    17    —41

QF: Ariel Smith 4, Taylor Elrod 7, Courtney Hall 6, Ariel Hernandez 10, Jessika Keeton 19, Carley Torbert 3, Brittany Smith 2.

M: Mikelyn Kruger 15, Hannah Hobson 9, Sydney Herbel 5, Lauren Power 4, Melissa Jones 2.


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