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January 16, 2013

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

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

(Continued)

GREENVILLE —



Celeste (girls) 55,

Boles 24

  QUINLAN — Celeste’s Lady Devils improved to 22-3 for the season with a 55-24 District 15-A victory over Boles on Tuesday.

  Tiffany Crossland banked in 13 points and Haley Trentham added 11 to lead the Lady Devils, who are now 6-2 in district play.

  Jessica Susunaga and Ashlee Hairell both tossed in six points to top Boles.

                District 15-A girls

Celeste    6    23    23    13    —55

Boles       2    12      7      3    —24

  C: Haley Trentham 11, Madalyne Pearce 8, Devon Jackson 2, Tiffany Crossland 13, Rachel Myers 4, Tirrani Dozier 2, Morgan Lewis 5, Erica Jordan 11, Jessica Turnbaugh 9.

  B: Jessica Susunaga 6, Ashlee Hairell 6.

  Record: C 22-3, 6-2.

  Next game: Wolfe City at Celeste, Friday.



Boles 52,

Celeste 30

  QUINLAN — Hunter Jordan fired in 22 points to lead the Quinlan Boles Hornets to a 52-30 win over Celeste Tuesday in District 15-A basketball.

  Austin Morgan added 10 points for Boles, now 5-1 in district play.

  Braden Morrow and Tim Herman tallied eight each for Celeste.

                District 15-A boys

Celeste    7      4    10    9    —30

Boles     13    15    18    6    —52

  C: Braden Morrow 8, Tim Herman 8, Blake Garcia 7, Justin Heuber 5, Austin Gilliam 2.

  B: Hunter Jordan 22, Austin Morgan 10, Caleb Samples 9, Cameron Walker 6, Ross Bostick 3, Joshua Monroe 2.

  Record: C 6-15, 2-4; B  15-4, 5-1.

  Next game: Boles at Bland, Friday; Wolfe City at Celeste, Friday.



Bland 63,

Blue Ridge 28

  BLUE RIDGE — Bland’s Tigers improved to 17-4 for the season with a 63-28 District 15-A win over Blue Ridge on Tuesday.

  Adam Shinn fired in a game-high 17 points for the Tigers, while Chris Brown pumped in 15 and Joseph Sourber added 13 for the Tigers who are tied with Boles in District 15-A at 5-1 records. Bland will host Boles Friday.

                     District 15-A boys

Bland           17     24    5    17    —63

Blue Ridge    3       7    5    13    —28

  B: Adam Shinn 17, Chris Brown 15, Joseph Sourber 13, Glen Quezada 8, Cameron Turner 6, Juan Aviles 6.

  BR: Quillin 9, Bell 7, Agan 6.

  Record: B 17-4, 5-1.

  Next game: Boles at Bland, Friday.

                      Junior varsity boys

Bland             9    4    13    7    —33

Blue Ridge    6    3      7    6    —22

  B: Clayton Hughes15, Dustin Smith 8.

  BR: Patton 8, McCarley 7.



Sunnyvale 67,

Caddo Mills 61

  SUNNYVALE — Caddo Mills couldn’t overcome a slow start, falling 67-61 to Sunnyvale in District 12-2A play on Tuesday.

  Sunnyvale led 14-4 after the first quarter.

  Damian Newby led Caddo Mills and all scorers with 29 points. Jordan Dixon also added 14 and Daxx Hill 13 for the Foxes.

                       District 12-2A boys

Caddo Mills    4    13    22    22    —61

Sunnyvale    14    15    18    20    —67

  CM: Jordan Dixon 14, Damian Newby 29, Michael Craig 3, Jacob Tillett 2, Daxx Hill 13.

S: Thomas Wendt 24, Josh Quinn 15.

  Record: CM 11-11, 1-3.

  Next game: Van Alstyne at Caddo Mills, Friday.



Leonard 53,

Gunter 48

  GUNTER — The Leonard Tigers raised their record to 5-1 in District 12-2A with a 53-48 win over the Gunter Tigers Tuesday.

  Tyler “Turbo” Turner drilled 13 points to lead the Tigers, while Blake Hicks added 11.

                  District 12-2A boys

Leonard    19      6    16    12    —53

Gunter        9    14    13    12    —48

  L: Tyler “Turbo” Turner 13, Blake Hicks 11, Storm Taylor 9, Austin Kitchens 8, Scott Bratt 6, Jacob Redman 4, Ty McKinney 2.

  G: Josh Hill 24, Jay Bailey 11.

  Record: L 16-5, 5-1.

  Next game: Leonard at Muenster 5 p.m. JV/V boys, Friday.

 

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