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January 4, 2013

Greenville Lady Lions, Lions play back-to-back games



GREENVILLE — Boles 73,

Blue Ridge 36

  QUINLAN — The Boles Hornets upped their season record to 13-3 with a 73-36 victory over Blue Ridge on Thursday.

  Hunter Jordan paced the Hornets with 22 points, while Bailey Isom tossed in 17, Ross Bostick added 16 and Caleb Samples chipped in 10.

                     District 15-A boys

Blue Ridge    8    11      5    12    —36 

Boles           16    18    17    22    —73

  BR: Brody Worth 10, Thomas Weatherford 8, Ty Agan 6.

  B: Hunter Jordan 22, Ross Bostick 16, Bailey Isom 17, Caleb Samples 10, Josh Monroe 4, Cameron Walker 4.

  Record: B 13-3.

  Next game: Sam Rayburn at Boles, JV, V-G,V-B, 1 p.m. Saturday.

Celeste (girls) 33,

Trenton 22

  CELESTE — Celeste’s Lady Devils reached the 20-win mark for the season with a 33-22 win over Trenton on Thursday.

  Haley Trentham tossed in 15 points to lead the Lady Devils, who are now 20-2 for the season and 4-1 in District 15-A.

                District 15-A girls

Trenton    5    3    10    4    —22

Celeste    5    7    6    15    —33

  T: Wall 7, Acklin 7.

  C: Haley Trentham 15, Tiffany Crossland 7, Madalyne Pearce 4, Devon Jackson 2, Morgan Lewis 5.

  Record: C 20-2, 4-1.

  Next game: Celeste at Sam Rayburn, Tuesday.

Winnsboro 58,

Lone Oak (girls) 26

  WINNSBORO — The Winnsboro Lady Red Raiders defeated the Lone Oak Lady Buffaloes 58-26 Thursday in District 14-2A play.

  Hannah Pinnell banked in 18 points for the Lady Red Raiders, while Dannie Mabry pumped in 13.

  Alyssa Busby tallied eight for the Lady Buffaloes, while Caitlin Kimberlin added five for Lone Oak.

                     District 14-2A girls

Lone Oak      4      7    12      3    —26

Winnsboro    9    15    12    22    —58

  LO: Alyssa Busby 8, Caitlin Kimberlin 5, Ashleigh Dodwell 4, Sara Richardson 4, Chelsea Rigsby 2, Hanah Nichol 2, Kinsey Patton 1.

  W: Hannah Pinnell 18, Dannie Mabry 13, Mackenzie Swanner 8, Bailey Swanner 6, Johnson 6, Busby 5, Crow 2.

  Next game: Como-Pickton at Lone Oak, noon, Saturday

                     Junior varsity girls

Lone Oak      0      8      4     0    —12

Winnsboro    7    12    12    11    —42

  LO: Hannah Wooten 4, Taylor Pippin 4, Rebecca Schumann 2, Meagan Moore 2.

  W: Often 12, Thomas 10, Jones 7, Thompson 6, Knight 4, Murdock 2, Thurman 1.

Trenton 59,

Celeste 42

  CELESTE — Trenton outscored Celeste 25-15 in the fourth quarter on the way to a 59-42 District 15-A win over the Blue Devils on Thursday.

  Braden Morrow led Celeste with 15 points and Justin Heuber pumped in 11.

  Lane Henderson of Trenton led all scorers with 24 points.

                 District 15-A boys

Trenton      6    12    16    25    —59

Celeste    12      7      8    15    —42

  T: Lane Henderson 24, Alex Meyer 11, Bailey Burks 8, Dylan McCarley 8,  Brandon Stone 4, Kyle Wylie 2, Slater Stone 2.

  C: Braden Morrow 15, Justin Heuber 11, Tim Herman 5, Austin Shatto 5, Blake Garcia 4, Cody Evans 2.

  Record: C 6-12, 2-1.

  Next game: Yantis at Celeste, 6 p.m. today.

                Junior varsity boys

Trenton    5    6      6    11    —28

Celeste    6    6    13    11    —36

  T: Hunter Parsons 10, Cody Huff 9.

  C: Micah McCaslin 11, Gavin Corley 8.

  Record: C 7-1, 3-0.

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