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February 12, 2014

Rockwall Heritage downs GCS


GREENVILLE — Rockwall Heritage 47,

GCS 29

  Rockwall Heritage claimed a 47-29 TAPPS District 2-2A victory over the Greenville Christian School Eagles on Tuesday.

  Andy Henderson led the Eagles with 12 points and Will Martens added nine.

        TAPPS Class 2A boys

    Rockwall Heritage 47, GCS 29

  GCS: Andy Henderson 12, Will Martens 9.

  RH: Migneault 12, Burton 12, Schroefer 12.

Howe (girls) 61,

Leonard 60

  VAN ALSTYNE — The Howe Lady Bulldogs outlasted Leonard 61-60 in overtime in a Class 2A bi-district playoff game on Monday.

  Kimmy Blackburn pumped in 28 points to lead Leonard, which also collected 10 points from Malena Farber.

  Riley Harvey with 20 points led Howe, while Darci Foster added 13.

         Class 2A girls bi-district

          Howe 61, Leonard 60

  L: Kimmy Blackburn 28, Malena Farber 10, Chasity Cummings 8, Lexi Hattaway 4, Lexi Devencentis 4, Baylee Jordan 2, Brittyn Rushing 2, Jayla Hattaway 2.

  H: Riley Harvey 20, Darci Foster 13.

Lone Oak 34,

Edgewood 32

  EDGEWOOD — No. 19 state-ranked Lone Oak wrapped up the District 14-2A title with a 34-32 victory over the Edgewood Bulldogs on Tuesday.

  Sawyer Zachary led Lone Oak with 13 points, while Coleton Lasseter added eight as the 23-3 Buffaloes completed district play with a 14-0 record.

  Lone Oak advances to the playoffs against an opponent that is yet to be determined.

Carlos Bolton led Edgewood with nine points.

                   District 14-2A boys

Lone Oak     6    4    11    13    —34

Edgewood    6    3    14     9    —32

  LO: Sawyer Zachary 13, Coleton Lasseter 8, Trevor Hemphill 6, Clint Mahand 5, Ethan Fite 2.

  E: Carlos Bolton 9, Trent Phelps 7, Jonathan Beckham 6.

  Record: LO 23-3, 14-0.

Rains game

moved to today

  EMORY — The Rains Lady Wildcats’ bi-district game against Paris scheduled for Tuesday, has been moved to 6:30 p.m. today at Anna High School because of the weather conditions.

  Paris finished second in District 13-3A while Rains was third in 14-3A.

Quinlan (girls) 35,

North Lamar 24

  SULPHUR SPRINGS — The No. 14 state-ranked Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers claimed their Class 3A bi-district playoff game 35-24 over the North Lamar Lady Panthers on Tuesday.

  Carley Torbert tallied 14 points and Jesseca Keeton added to lead Quinlan which raised its season record to 25-4.

  The Lady Panthers advanced to the area round to play either Spring Hill or Canton.

  Kylie Halstead poured in 13 points for North Lamar. 

                      Class 3A bi-district girls

Quinlan          13    8    4    10    —35

North Lamar    7    6     2     9    —24

  QF: Courtney Hall 6, Jesseca Keeton 10, Carley Torbert 14, Miranda Roberts 3, Charity Timmons 2.

NL: Maddison Morrison 2, Kylie Halstead 13, Lexie Stephens 2, Lexie Chancellor 2, Bailey Jones 5.

  Record: QF 25-4.

  Next game: Quinlan Ford vs. Spring Hill or Canton.

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