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January 18, 2014

Lucas Lovejoy sweeps Greenville; Lone Oak stays in first place



GREENVILLE — Garland Christian 78,

GCS (girls) 41

  GARLAND — Garland Christian jumped out to a 25-9 lead in the first quarter and then rolled to a 78-41 district victory over the Greenville Christian School Lady Eagles on Friday.

Holliann Burnett led the victors with 22 points.

  Sophie Wimberley topped GCS with 17 points and five steals. Meaghan Brown finished with 16 points and Shelby Hauser pulled down seven rebounds.

                                    TAPPS 2-2A girls

Greenville Christian    9    11     11    10    —41

Garland Christian      25    17    13    23    —78

  GCS: Lynsie Brown 2, Sophie Wimberley 17, Shelby Hauser 6, Meaghan Brown 16.

  GC: Holliann Burnett 22, Cora Holomnshelz 16, Haileo Burnett 16.

  Record: GCS 1-3, 1-2.

  Next game: Longview Christian Heritage at GCS, Tuesday.

Van Alstyne (girls) 37,

Caddo Mills 21

  VAN ALSTYNE — Van Alstyne limited the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes to single digits in all four quarters on the way to a 37-21 District 12-2A victory on Friday.

  Lauren Hopkins topped Caddo Mills with eight points.

                       District 12-2A girls

Caddo Mills    4      6    6      5    —21

Van Alstyne    9    11    5    12    —37

  CM: Lauren Hopkins 8, Jaylynn Gracy 7, Dre Hill 2.

  VA: Horn 19.

  Record: CM 2-12, 0-8.

  Next game: Pilot Point at Caddo Mills, Friday.

Wolfe City 68,

Celeste 27

  WOLFE CITY — Wolfe City upped its District 15-A record to 4-3 with a 68-27 win over Celeste on Friday.

  Colton Quirl and Malik Gaffney both pumped in 16 points to lead the victorious Wolves and Justin Wilkinson added 12 points.

  Austin Shatto paced Celeste with nine points.

                    District 15-A boys

Celeste         9       6      8    4    —27

Wolfe City    21    19    21    7    —68

  C: Austin Shatto 9, Tim Herman 8, Trenton Daugherty 5, Austin Gilliam 2, Colton Smith 2, Micah McCaslin 1.

  WC: Colton Quirl 16, Malik Gaffney 16, Justin Wilkinson 12, Hunter Bostick 9, Tim Lloyd 8, Cameron Dawson 4, Chase Reed 2, Deven Williams 1.

  Records: WC 8-8, 4-3; C 0-6.

  Next game: Wolfe City at Boles, Tuesday; Celeste at Trenton, Saturday.

Bland (girls) 43,

Boles 28

  QUINLAN — Bland outscored Boles in three of the four quarters on the way to a 43-28 District 15-A victory over the Lady Hornets on Friday.

Sara Waidelich led the victors with 11 points.

               District 15-A girls

Bland    14    11    9     9    —43

Boles      8     7    10    3    —28

  Bl: Sara Waidelich 11, Mackenzie Morquecho 8, Bailey Robichaux 7, Savannah Brixey 6, Morgen   Gann 4, Ashleigh Evans 3, Nelly Ramirez 2, Baylee Powell 2.

  Bo: Susanga 15, Helmberger 8.

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