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December 14, 2013

Lovejoy beats Greenville Lady Lions

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GREENVILLE —   The Lucas Lovejoy Lady Leopards won 52-26 over the Greenville Lady Lions Friday in District 13-4A action.

  Shani Rainey fired in 17 to lead the Lady Leopards, while Samantha Odom had 11.

LaQuesha Williams with eight points led Greenville, while Savannah Himes had seven.

  “The girls didn’t handle the pressure well,” said Greenville coach Lesa Darst. “We’re young and learning. We’re getting ready for next week with two home games.”

  The Lady Lions, now 4-10 for the season and 1-1 in district, play Wylie at home Tuesday with the varsity game at 6:30 p.m.

                   District 13-4A girls

Greenville    5      6    1    14    —26

Lovejoy     15    12     9    16    —52

  G: LaQuesha Williams 8, Britney Smith 2, Cortney Luna 2, Reagan Jeffery 2, Brittani Gilstrap 2, Kassidy Watson 3, Savannah Himes 7.

  LL: Shani Rainey 17, Samantha Odom 11.

  Record:  G 4-10, 1-1.

  Next game: Wylie at Greenville, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Van Alstyne (girls) 39,

Caddo Mills 34

  CADDO MILLS — Van Alstyne handed the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes a 39-34 District 12-2A loss on Friday night.

  Jacie Thomason led Caddo Mills with seven points.

                      District 12-2A girls

Van Alstye    10     9     9    12    —39

Caddo Mills    8    10    6    10    —34

  VA: Moreno 10, Horn 9, Simmons 7.

  CM: Kristin Newell 6, Dre Hill 3, Makenna Tallant 6, Jaylynn Gracy 5, Jacie Thomason 7, Lauren Hopkins 4.

  Record: CM 2-3, 0-2.

  Next game: Anna at Caddo Mills, 5 p.m. Tuesday.

 

Bland (girls) 51,

Boles 24

  MERIT — A 22-9 advantage in the second quarter helped the Bland Lady Tigers to a 51-24 District 15-A win over the Boles Lady Hornets on Friday.

 Sara Waidelich led the victors with nine points.   

             District 15-A girls

Boles    3      9      7      5    —24

Bland    6    22    10    15    —51

  Bo: Helmberger 7, Bostick 6.

  Bl: Sara Waidelich 9, Nelly Ramirez 8, Ashleigh Evans 7, Arlene Jimenez 6.

Celeste (girls) 40,

Wolfe City 39

  CELESTE — The  Celeste Lady Blue Devils won 40-39 over the Wolfe City Lady Wolves Friday night.

  Tiffany Crossland poured in 15 points for Celeste, while Sarah Myers added 13.

  Sarah Andrews fired in 23 for Wolfe City.

                     Varsity girls

Wolfe City    10    7    13    9    —39

Celeste    8    12    14    6    —40

  WC: Raven Armstrong 1, Sarah Andrews 23, Megan Reamy 3, Savannah Richardson 2, Cheyanne Lake 8, Vanessa Meding 2.

  C: Devon Jackson 2, Tiffany Crossland 15, Rachel Myers 2, Sarah Myers 13, Catherine Mackey 2, Jalisa Phillips 6.

  Record: C 7-6, 2-0.

  Next game: Celeste at Cumby, Tuesday.

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