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January 16, 2013

Royse City girls, Greenville boys win 13-4A games




Sunnyvale (girls)  61,

Caddo Mills 31

  SUNNYVALE — Caddo Mills’ Lady Foxes trailed 26-4 after the first quarter and could not recover in time as they dropped a District 12-2A game to Sunnyvale, 61-31 on Tuesday.

  Grace Goodhart led the victors with 24 points.

  Jaylynn Gracy topped Caddo Mills with nine points and Makenna Tallant added seven.

                       District 12-2A girls

Caddo Mills    4      7    6    14    —31

Sunnyvale    26    15    7    13    —61

  CM: Emily Saldivar 1, Jaylynn Gracy 9, Savannah Moore 2, Makenna Tallant 7, Tabatha Moore 4, Hannah Hopkins 4, Jacie Thomason 4.

  S: Grace Goodhart 24, Sheridan Lewis 12, Calia Sims 10.

  Record: CM 8-14, 0-7.

  Next game: Van Alstyne at Caddo Mills, Friday.

Blue Ridge 47,

Bland (girls) 46

  BLUE RIDGE — Blue Ridge slipped past the Bland Lady Tigers in District 15-A play on Tuesday, winning 47-46.

 Sara Waidelich led Bland and all scorers with 24 points.

                    District 15-A girls

Bland             8    12    15    11    —46

Blue Ridge     8    20     8    11    —47

  B: Sara Waidelich 24, Jaci Welborn 6, Bailey Robichaux 6.

  BR: Crosswhite 13, Garcia 10.

Quitman (girls) 55,

Lone Oak 49

  LONE OAK — Quitman claimed a 55-49 District 14-2A win over the Lone Oak Lady Buffs on Tuesday.

  Sara Richardson led Lone Oak with 10 points. Kinsey Patton finished with nine rebounds and Alyssa Busby managed four steals.

                     District 14-2A girls

Quitman        9    17    13    16    —55

Lone Oak    10    12    14    13    —49

  Q: Houck 18, Houck 10, Dawel 6, Harris 6, Hutchings 5, Licktorly 4, Wedlin 3, Watterson 3.

  LO: Sara Richardson 10, Ashleigh Dodwell 8, Hanah Nichol 7, Caitlin Kimberlin 6, Kinsey Patton 6, Alexa Wallen 6, Alyssa Busby 3, Chelsea Rigsby 3.

  Next game: Lone Oak at Edgewood, Friday.

Campbell (girls) 69,

Fannindel 23

  LADONIA — Campbell’s Lady Indians rolled up a 22-1 lead in the first quarter and then cruised to a 69-23 non-district triumph over Fannindel on Tuesday.

  Haley Davidson led the victors with 18 points, while Emily Ashmore pitched in 12 and Sarah Taylor added 11.

                   Varsity girls

Campbell    22    14    18    15    —69

Fannindel    1       9    11      2    —23

  C: Haley Davidson 18, Emily Ashmore 12, Sarah Taylor 11, Jordan Davidson 7, Citlyn Branton 5, Amanda Olveda 4, Beca Christensen 4, Taylor Looney 2, Kaylinn Stigall 2, Adara Gifford 2, Breanna Ashmore 2.

  F: Chatorian Lock 8.

  Record: C 15-7.

  Next game: Yantis at Campbell, Friday.

Campbell 51,

Fannindel 40

  LADONIA — Jose Romero fired in 29 points to lift the Campbell Indians to a 51-40 non-district win over Fannindel on Tuesday.

  Damonte Scott led the Falcons with 17 points.

                   Varsity boys

Campbell    11    19     6    15    —51

Fannindel    8      8    15      9    —40

  C: Jose Romero 29, Dallas Degarso 9, Jacob Camp 7, Mason Morthersell 4, Logan Sullivan 2.

  F: Damonte Scott 17.

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