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February 5, 2014

Sherman takes two District 13-4A victories from Greenville



GREENVILLE — Quinlan (girls) 60,

Crandall 42

  QUINLAN — No. 14 state-ranked Quinlan Ford wrapped up its first district girls basketball title in 12 years with a 60-42 win on Tuesday over Crandall.

  The Lady Panthers completed the regular season with a 24-4 season record and 8-0 district record.

  Miranda Roberts led Ford with 18 points, while Jesseca Keeton added 15 and Carley Torbert added 14.

                     District 14-3A girls

Crandall           10      6    14    12    —42

Quinlan Ford    11    13    18    18    —60

  C: Frazier 5, Dye 5, Oswalt 2, Harris 5, Woodham 3, Wyble 22.

  QF: Burden 3, Jesseca Keeton 15, Jenna Ackenback 6, Melody Timmons 1, Carley Torbert 14, Miranda Roberts 18, Charity Timmons 3.

  Records: QF 24-4, 8-0.

Bland (girls) 47,

Cumby 36

  MERIT — Bland’s Lady Tigers limited Cumby to single digits in three quarters on the way to a 47-36 District 15-A win on Tuesday.

  Nelly Ramirez led Bland with 12 points, while Savannah Brixey and Morgen Gann both added 10.

  Candice Horrocks topped Cumby with 11 points.

                District 15-A girls

Cumby    8    3    16    9    —36

Bland    11    5    11    20    —47

  C: Candice Horrocks 11.

  B: Nelly Ramirez 12, Savannah Brixey 10, Morgen Gann 10.

  Record: B 10-4.

Garland Christian 68,

GCS 30

  Garland Christian outscored Greenville Christian School 68-30 in TAPPS District 2-2A play on Tuesday.

  Will Martens and Tristian Wooten both scored 10 points to lead GCS.

        TAPPS District 2-2A boys

    Garland Christian 68, GCS 30

  GC: Thompson 17, Thieman 14, Brock Berry 10.

  GCS: Will Martens 10, Tristian Wooten 10, Pretei Lemo 6.

  Next game: Greenville Christian at Longview Christian Heritage, Friday.

Yantis (girls) 36,

Campbell 14

  CAMPBELL — Yantis spoiled Campbell’s home finale on Tuesday, handing the No. 24 state-ranked Lady Indians a 36-14 loss.

  Jordan Davidson topped Campbell with five points.

  Campbell, now 22-5 for the season, will advance to the playoffs.

                District 23-A girls

Yantis         6     5    13    12    —36

Campbell    4    0      9      1    —14

  Y: Josie Wetzel 15, Angelica Sandoval 12.

  C: Sarah Taylor 2, Tayhlor Looney 4, Jordan Davidson 5, Caitlyn Branton 3.

  Records: C 22-5, 6-2.

Campbell 60,

Yantis 40

  CAMPBELL — Campbell’s Indians outscored Yantis 18-6 on the way to a 60-40 district home win on Tuesday.

  Kegan Malone led Campbell with 16 points, while Diego Romero and Dallas DeGarso both finished with 10.   

                    District 23-A boys

Yantis         10    10      6     20    —40

Campbell    15    18    17    10    —60

  Y: Kendall Glenn 9.

  C: Kegan Malone 16, Diego Romero 12, Dallas DeGarso 10, Bailey Ferguson 8, Tevin Truesdale 6, Chris Wilson 4, Jacob Camp 4.

  Next game: Campbell at Fruitvale, Friday.

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