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January 9, 2013

Denison takes two from Greenville Lady Lions, Lions



GREENVILLE — Cumby (girls) 40,

Bland 33

  MERIT — Brenna Gay fired in 14 points to help the Cumby Lady Trojans to a 40-33 District 15-A victory over Bland on Tuesday.

  Candice Horrocks and Alex Duck both chipped in 10 points for Cumby.

  Sara Waidelich led Bland and all scorers with 19 points.

               District 15-A girls

Cumby    2    15    11    12    —40

Bland      9      6      9      9    —33

  C: Breanna Gay 14, Candice Horrocks 10, Alex Duck 10.

  B: Sara Waidelich 19, Jaci Welborn 6.

               Junior varsity girls

Cumby    4    4    4    4    2    —18

Bland      4    4    3    5    5    —21

  C: Valentine 11.

  B: Wooten 8, Jenkins 6.

Commerce (girls) 51,

Lone Oak  40

  COMMERCE — Commerce outscored Lone Oak 13-2 in the fourth quarter to take a 51-40 District 14-2A win over the Lady Buffs on Tuesday.

  Kelsey Mouer led the victors with 19 points and Tatie McBee added 15.

  Alyssa Busby led Lone Oak and all scorers with 20 points, plus handed out three assists. Kinsey   Patton pulled down nine rebounds for the Lady Buffs.

                       District 14-2A girls

Lone Oak      12    10    16      2    —40

Commerce    13    13    12    13    —51

  LO: Alyssa Busby 20, Alexa Wallen 6, Caitlin Kimberlin 4, Sara Richardson 3, Rebecca Cooke 3, Kinsey Patton 2, Ashleigh Dodwell 2.

  C: Kelsey Mouer 19, Tatie McBee 15, Rebekah Cooper 9, Jordan Sharp 4, Natillie Tarrant 2, Morgan Doolin 2.

  Next game: Grand Saline at Lone Oak, Friday.

Campbell (girls) 52,

Miller Grove 27

  CAMPBELL — Campbell’s Lady Indians jumped out to a 22-6 lead in the first quarter and then rolled to a 52-27 District 23-A win over Miller Grove on Tuesday.

  Haley Davidson pumped in a game-high 23 points for Campbell, which also collected 10 points from her sister Jordan Davidson.

  Shelbi Potts paced Miller Grove with 14 points.

                        District 23-A girls

Miller Grove    6    11      2    8    —27

Campbell      22      9    13    8    —52

  MG: Shelbi Potts 14, Bailey Penny 8.

  C: Haley Davidson 23, Jordan Davidson 10, Sarah Taylor 9, Kaylin Stigall 5, Taylor Looney 2, Emily Ashmore 3.

  Records: C 13-7, 2-0.

  Next game: Campbell at Trinidad, Friday.

Wolfe City 45,

Blue Ridge 42

  BLUE RIDGE — Wolfe City’s Wolves claimed a 45-42 District 15-A victory on Tuesday at Blue Ridge.

Justin Wilkinson fired in a team-high 13 points for the Wolves, while Colton Quril and Andre Brown both chipped in 10 points.

  Thomas Weatherford topped Blue Ridge with 15 points.

                     District 15-A boys

Wolfe City    13    11    10    11    —45

Blue Ridge    6    12    11    13    —42

  WC: Justin Wilkinson 13, Colton Quril 10, Andre Brown 10, Cody Harbin 5, Malik Gaffney 5, Hunter Bostick 2.

  BR: Thomas Weatherford 15, Brody Worth 10.

  Record: WC 2-3.

  Next game: Sam Rayburn at Wolfe City, Tuesday.

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