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January 9, 2013

Denison takes two from Greenville Lady Lions, Lions

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

(Continued)

GREENVILLE — Sam Rayburn 44,

Celeste 32

  IVANHOE — The Sam Rayburn Rebels won 44-32 over the Celeste Blue Devils Tuesday in District 15-A.

  Blake Garcia, Tim Herman and Austin Shatto each scored eight to lead Celeste.

                          District 15-A boys

Celeste              13      7     6    6    —32

Sam Rayburn    11    15    11    7    —44

  C: Blake Garcia 8, Tim Herman 8, Austin Shatto 8, Braden Morrow 5, Justin Heuber 2, Dalton Edge 1.

  SR: Sanders 13, Mandrall 8, Richardson 7.

  C: 6-14, 2-2.

  Bland at Celeste, Friday.

                          Junior varsity boys

Celeste              4    13    4      3    —24

Sam Rayburn    1      4    7    17    —29

  C: Jordan Wright 8, Trenton Daugherty 5.

  SR: Keeton 9, Dollgener 9.

Bland 43,

Cumby 20

  MERIT — Adam Shinn fired in 12 points and Chris Brown added 10 to lead the Bland Tigers to a 43-20 win over the Cumby Trojans Tuesday in District 15-A.

  Bland raises its records to 15-4 overall and 4-1 in district.

  Travis Taylor led Cumby with eight points.

                        District 15-A boys   

Cumby    0    1    12      7    —20

Bland    11    8     11    13    —43

  C: Noah Dyer 2, Dustin Heer 7, Cody Anderson 2, Travis Taylor 8, Eric Wilson 1.

  B: Adam Shinn 12, Chris Brown 10, Glen Quezada 5, Joseph Sourber 5, Thomas Sourber 4, Cameron Turner 2, Tomos Larios 2.

  Record: B 15-4, 4-1.

  Next game: Bland at Celeste, Friday.

Farmersville 82,

Caddo Mills 63

  CADDO MILLS — The Farmersville Farmers won 82-63 over the Caddo Mills Foxes Tuesday.

Daxx Hill fired in 24 points for Caddo Mills, while Damian Newby added 20 for the Foxes.

                        District 12-2A boys

Farmersville    16    29    23    14    —82

Caddo Mills     14      9    19    21    —63

  CM: Daxx Hill 24, Damian Newby 20, Jordan Dixon 7, Jonathan Gillispie 2, Jacob Tillett 2, Cory Johnson2, Andres Ibarra 2, Garrett Cox 2, Steven Gillispie 2.

  Record: CM 11-10, 1-2.

  Next game: Caddo Mills at Leonard, Friday.

 

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