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February 5, 2014

Sherman takes two District 13-4A victories from Greenville



GREENVILLE — Caddo Mills (girls) 53,

Leonard 51

  LEONARD — Caddo Mills nipped the Leonard Lady Tigers 53-51 in District 12-2A play to close out the season on a winning note on Tuesday.

  Dreanna Hill and Tabatha Moore both pitched in 13 points for Caddo Mills.

  Malena Farber led Leonard with 19 points and Kimmy Blackburn added 12.

                       District 12-2A girls

Caddo Mills    12    15    17      7    —53

Leonard          11    10    15    15    —51

  CM: Dreanna Hill 13, Tabatha Moore 13, Jalynn Gracy 9, Jacie Thomason 8.

  L: Malena Farber 19, Kimmy Blackburn 12.

  Record: CM 2-11.

Lone Oak (girls) 57,

Grand Saline 41

  LONE OAK — Lone Oak’s Lady Buffs secured a playoff spot in District 14-2A with a 57-41 win over Grand Saline during Tuesday’s regular season finale.

  The Lady Buffs, who finished at 7-7 in district play, will take on Dallas Life Oak Cliff in a bi-district playoff game scheduled for Monday at Terrell. The time has not been set.

  Kinsey Patton led the victors with 15 points and Alexa Wallen added 13.

                         District 14-2A girls

Grand Saline    7      9    11    14    —41

Lone Oak         7    16    15    19    —57

  GS: Brooke Denton 12, Brittany Joslin 9.

  LO: Jayce Womack 3, Kinsey Patton 15, Alyssa Busby 5, Melody Womack 8, Alexa Wallen 13, Caitlin Kimberlin 1, Kaylee Isenburg 2, Ashleigh Dowell 6, Hanah Nichol 4.

  Record: LO 12-18, 7-7.

  Next game: Lone Oak vs. Dallas Life Oak Cliff, Terrell, Monday, time to TBA.

Lone Oak 56,

Grand Saline 9

  LONE OAK — No. 20 state-ranked Lone Oak stayed undefeated in District 14-2A with a 56-9 romp over Grand Saline on Tuesday.

  Lone Oak held Grand Saline to only two points in the second half to go 21-3 for the season and 12-0 in district play.

  Clint Mahan led the Buffaloes with 21 points and Trevor Hemphill fired in 14.

                         District 14-2A boys

Grand Saline    5      2      2      0    —9

Lone Oak       13    15    15    13    —56

  GS: Graves 5, LaPrade 2, Truitt 2.

  LO: Clint Mahand 21, Trevor Hemphill 14, Kevin Smith 8, Coleton Lasseter 6, Ethan Fite 3, Sawyer Zachary 2, Nate Campbell 2.

  Record: LO 21-3, 12-0; GS 5-22, 1-11.

  Next game: Quitman at Lone Oak, Friday.

Garland Christian 35,

GCS (girls) 24

  Garland Christian outscored Greenville Christian 15-4 in the fourth quarter to claim a 35-24 TAPPS District 2-2A win on Tuesday.

  Lynsie Brown led GCS with eight points, nine rebounds, four assists and four steals.

  Shelby Hauser finished with 10 rebounds and three blocked shots for GCS.

                                TAPPS District 2-2A girls

Garland Christian      6     7    7    15    —35

Greenville Christian    7    2    4    11    —24

  GC: K. Burnett 8, H. Burnett 8.

  GCS: Lysnie Brown 8, Meaghan Brown 7, Sophie Wimberley 5, Shelby Hauser 4.

  Records: GCS 4-4.

  Next game: GCS at Longview Christian Heritage, 6 p.m. Friday.

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