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December 22, 2012

Lady Lions win at Wylie East; Lions fall 65-59




Boles 65,

Cumby 36

  CUMBY — Caleb Samples pumped in career-high 23 points, including a dunk, to power the Boles Hornets to a 65-36 District 15-A victory over the Cumby Trojans on Friday.

  Hunter Jordan also fired in 16 points for Boles, which stayed undefeated in District 15-A at 2-0.

Luis Osorio led Cumby with 10 points.

             District 15-A boys

Boles    12    15    18    20    —65

Cumby    2    10    12    12    —36

  B: Caleb Samples 23, Hunter Jordan 16, Bailey Isom 9, Austin Morgan 9, Cameron Walker 6, Josh Monroe 2.

  C: Luis Osorio 10, Dustin Heer 8, Luke Sartin 5, Travis Taylor 4, Eric Wilson 3, Joseph Fischer 2, Noah Dyer 2.

  Record: B 12-3, 2-0.

  Next game: Blue Ridge at Boles, Jan. 3.

              Junior varsity boys

Boles    10    6    11    2    —29

Cumby    9    4    4     9    —26

  C: Dakota Herman 8, Alex Sawyer 6, Tristan White 5.

Cumby (girls) 56,

Boles 25

  CUMBY — Breanna Gay and Kayla Akers both posted double-doubles to help the Cumby Lady Trojans claim a 56-25 District 15-A victory over Boles on Friday.

  Gay fired in 29 points and pulled down 13 rebounds.

  Akers finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds.

  Kaylee Giles also shot in 10 points for Cumby, which improved to 7-14 for the season and 1-3 in district play.

                District 15-A girls

Boles        0      9      9    7    —25

Cumby    22    10    15    9    —56

  C: Kayla Akers 16, Candice Horrocks 1, Breanna Gay 29, Kaylee Giles 10.

  Record: C 7-14, 1-3.

  Next game: Honey Grove at Cumby, Friday.

               Junior varsity girls

Boles      6     0    0    10    —16

Cumby    8    9    7      6    —30

  C: Bailey Braddock 4, Victoria Valentine 6, Taylor Petty 6, McKenzie Fyke 12.

  Record: C 2-6, 2-2.

Quinlan Ford 49,

Aubrey (girls) 40

  QUINLAN — Quinlan Ford’s Lady Panthers limited Aubrey to only six points in each of the first and third quarters on the way to a 49-40 Ford victory on Friday.

  Jessika Keeton led the 15-7 Lady Panthers with 13 points and Taylor Elrod added 11.

                         Varsity girls

Aubrey               6    15    6    13    —40

Quinlan Ford    10    13    8    18    —49

  A: Kendyl Wright 12, Mahaley Millican 8, Scarlett Gregory 7, Allison Crooks 5, Alex Martinez 4, Kelsey Scribner 4.

  QF: Taylor Elrod 11, Ariel Hernandez 2, Jessika Keeton 13, Carley Torbert 9, Shelby Reeves 7, Brittany Smith 4, Jenna Ackenback 3.

  Record: QF 15-7.

Alba-Golden 50,

Lone Oak (girls) 36

  ALBA — Alba-Golden handed the Lone Oak Lady Buffs a 50-36 District 14-2A loss on Friday.

Alyssa Busby led the Lady Buffs with 11 points and Sara Richardson added 10. Kinsey Patton led   Lone Oak in rebounds with seven.

                         District 14-2A girls

Lone Oak          6    12     7    11    —36

Alba-Golden    14    12    6    18    —50

  LO: Alyssa Busby 11, Sara Richardson 10, Chelsea Rigsby 4, Ashleigh Dodwell 4, Hanah Nichol 3, Kinsey Patton 2, Alexa Wallen 2.

  A-G: Michaela Moffett 16, Macie Arrington 15, Caitlin Lennon 8, Corlie Lennon 6, Kayle Bizzell 3, CeTara Carter 1, Halie Williams 1.

  Next game: Lone Oak at Winnsboro, Jan. 3.

                         Junior varsity girls

Lone Oak          6    4      4     2    —16

Alba-Golden    10    6    18    5    —39

  LO: Jayce Womack 8, Meagan Moore 6.

  A-G: Peacock 18, Gaskill 8, Brickey 6.

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