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January 18, 2014

Celeste goes to 7-2 in district play

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

TRENTON —   The Celeste Lady Devils raised their District 15-A record to 7-2 with a 55-40 win on Saturday over Trenton.

  Jalisa Phillips and Sarah Myers both fired in 14 points to lead the Lady Devils, who also collected 10 from Rachel Myers.

  Bria Green led Trenton and all scorers with 21 points.

                 District 15-A girls

Celeste    19    8    16    12    —55

Trenton    12    6    12    10    —40

  C: Devon Jackson 6, Tiffany Crossland 9, Rachel Myers 10, Sarah Myers 14, Catherine Mackey 2, Jalisa Phillips 14.

  T: Bria Green 21, Shanna Bennett 8.

  Record: C 12-8, 7-2.

 Next game: Cumby at Celeste, Tuesday.

Quinlan (girls) 41,

Crandall 34

  CRANDALL — Quinlan Ford’s Lady Panthers reached the 20-win mark for the season with a 41-34 District 14-3A victory over Crandall on Friday.

  Carley Torbert led the 20-4 Lady Panhters with 16 points and Jesseca Keeton added 11.

  Ford remained undefeated in District 14-3A play at 4-0 while handing Crandall its first loss.

                         District 14-3A girls

Quinlan Ford    6     7    12    16    —41

Crandall          15    4    11      4    —34

  QF: Courtney Hall 3, Jesseca Keeton 11, Jenna Ackenback 4, Carley Torbert 16, Miranda Roberts 4, Charity Timmons 5.

  C: Frazier 16, Dye 2, Barber 2, Harris 5, Wyble 9.

  Records: QF 20-4, 4-0; C 3-1.



Wills Point 51,

Rains 26

  WILLS POINT — Wills Point handed the visiting Rains Wildcats a 51-26 District 14-3A loss on Friday.

  Joseph Richardson led Rains with eight points.

                       District 14-3A boys

Rains             2      5    13    6    —26

Wills Point    13    11    19    8    —51

  R: Michael Diaz 7, Joseph Richardson 8, Nick Grell 3, Grant Russell 5, Jacob Dowty 3.



Garland Christian 60,

GCS 28

  GARLAND — Garland Christian jumped out to a 13-0 lead and then moved on to a 60-28 district win over the Greenville Christian School Eagles on Friday.

  Andy Henderson led GCS with 12 points.

                                   TAPPS District 2-2A boys

Greenville Christian    0      8    10    10    —28

Garland Christian     13    20    17    10    —60

  GCS: Andrew Henderson 12, Will Martens 4, Pretei Lemo 4.

  GC: Berry 19, Thisman 19.

  Next game: Longview Christian Heritage at GCS, Tuesday.

 

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