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February 10, 2014

GCS wins two in Longview


GREENVILLE — GCS (girls) 37,

Longview Christian 32

  LONGVIEW — Greenville Christian School’s Lady Eagles upped their district record to 5-4 with a 37-32 win over Longview Christian Heritage on Monday.

Meaghan Brown led GCS with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Lynsie Brown finished with nine points, 10 rebounds and four steals. Shelby Hauser pulled down eight rebounds.

                                   TAPPS District 2-2A girls

Greenville Christian    6     6    14    11    —37

Christian Heritage    10    10     8      4    —32

  GCS: Meaghan Brown 12, Lynsie Brown 9, Sophia Wimberley 8, Shelby Hauser 6, Lainey McCullough 2.

  CH: Atkinson 9.

  Record: GCS 5-5, 5-4.

  Next game: GCS at Rockwall Heritage, today.

GCS 45,

Longview Christian 42

  LONGVIEW — Will Martens pumped in 21 points to help the Greenville Christian School Eagles to a 45-42 district win over Longview Christian Heritage on Monday.

  Pretei Lemo also shot in 11 points for the victors.

                       TAPPS District 2-2A boys

           Greenville Christian 45, Longview Christian Heritage 42

  GCS: Will Martens 21, Pretei Lemo 11.

  LCH: Sheffield 21, Jones 9.

  Next game: GCS at Rockwall Heritage.

Avery (girls) 53,

Bland 38

  PARIS — Avery rolled up a 31-18 halftime lead and then went on to a 53-38 Class A bi-district win over the Bland Lady Tigers on Monday.

  Shelby Stanley led the victors and all scorers with 20 points.

  Nelly Ramirez topped Bland with 10 points.

  Avery advances to the area round to take on No. 24 state-ranked Muenster.

  Bland finishes at 16-8.

              Class A bi-district

Bland    11      7      8    12    —38

Avery    15    16    11    11    —53

  B: Nelly Ramirez 10, Ashleigh Evans 9, Morgen Gann 5.

  A: Shelby Stanley 20, Sydnie Hall 14, Taylor Bowles 13.

  Record: B 16-8.

Wolfe City 51,

Celeste 25

  CELESTE — Wolfe City’s Wolves wrapped up their season with a 51-25 win over Celeste on Monday.

Colton Quirl fired in 16 points as the Wolves finished at 13-10 for the season and 9-5 in district play.

  Austin Shatto led Celeste with seven points.

                    District 15-A boys

Wolfe City    5    15    19    12    —51

Celeste         3     2      9    11    —25

  WC: Colton Quirl 16, Malik Gaffney 9, Hunter Bostick 8, Tim Lloyd 6, Deven Williams 5, Justin Wilkinson 4, Dawson Caldwell 2, Nick Thryndel 1.

  C: Austin Shatto 7, Tim Herman 5, Cody Evans 4, Colton Smith 4, Traylon Phillips 3, Trenton  Daugherty 2.

  Record: WC 13-10, 9-5.

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