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January 19, 2013

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GREENVILLE — Bland (girls) 34,

Boles 16

  MERIT — Bland limited the Boles Lady Hornets to single digits in all four quarters on the way to a 35-16 District 15-A win on Friday.

  Jaci Welborn led Bland with 11 points.

  Jessica Susunaga and Yenis Dozier both chipped in six points for Boles.

               District 15-A girls

Boles      2    8    2    4    —16

Bland    10    6    11    7    —34

  Bo: Jessica Susunaga 6, Yensi Dozier 6.

  Bl: Jaci Welborn 11, Morgen Gann 7, Sara Waidelich 7.

              Junior varsity girls

Boles      0      4    3    1    —8

Bland    10    13    8    4    —35

  B: Farley 4.

  Bl: Bailey Wooten 13, C.J. Wendland 8, Hailey Garner 7.

Celeste (girls) 45,

Wolfe City 37

  CELESTE — Celeste’s Lady Devils improved their District 15-A record to 7-2 with a 45-37 win over Wolfe City on Friday.

  Haley Trentham fired in 18 points to lead the Lady Devils, now 23-2 for the season.

  Sarah Andrews topped the Lady Wolves with 19 points and Michaela Burge added 11.   

                     District 15-A girls

Wolfe City    10    7    16    4    —37

Celeste        16    9    13    7    —45

  WC: Sarah Andrews 19, Michaela Burge 11, Raven Armstrong 2, Miranda Watterson 1, Cheyenne Lake 2, Vanessa Medina 2.

  C: Haley Trentham 18, Madalyne Pearce 4, Devon Jackson 2, Haley Willmon 2, Tiffany Crossland 6, Rachel Myers 6, Morgan Lewis 7.

  Record: C 23-3, 7-2.

  Next game: Celeste at Cumby, Tuesday.

                    Junior varsity girls

Wolfe City    6    0      2    0    —8

Celeste        6    9    10    8    —33

  WC: Dillon 6.

  C: Jalisa Phillips 11, Sarah Myers 6.

Quinlan Ford 49,

Crandall (girls) 45

  QUINLAN — Jessika Keeton fired in 27 points to lift the Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers to a 49-45 District 14-3A victory over Crandall on Friday.

  Taylor Elrod also banked in 10 points for the Lady Panthers.

                         District 14-3A girls

Crandall           12    18    11      4    —45

Quinlan Ford    12    12    12    13    —49

  C: Demi Frazier 2, Briana Whisenhunt 11, Tara Woodham 7, Alex Harris 6, Jaycee Fourkiller 3, Brooke Wyble 10, Mallory Pettijohn 6.

  QF: Taylor Elrod 10, Ariel Hernandez 5, Jessika Keeton 27, Carley Torbert 6, Shelby Reeves 1.

Van Alstyne (girls) 50,

Caddo Mills 48

  CADDO MILLS — Maddie Horn banked in 15 points to lead the Van Alstyne Lady Panthers to a 50-48 victory over the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes Friday in District 12-2A basketball.

  Hannah Hopkins led Caddo Mills with 15 points, while Jaylynn Gracy and Makenna Tallant poured in 10.

                        District 12-2A girls

Van Alstyne    10      8    14    18    —50

Caddo Mills      5    16    11    15    —48

  VA: Hunter Offill 8, Carley Simmons 8, Sierra Motley 4, Maddie Horn 15, Ashley Burts 6, Hannah Fernandez 1, Allison Hensley 5.

  CM: Jaylynn Gracy 10, Savannah Moore 1, Lauren Hopkins 6, Makenna Tallant 10, Tabatha Moore 2, Hannah Hopkins 15, Jacie Thomason 4.

  CM: 8-15, 0-8.

  Next game: Caddo Mills at Pilot Point, Friday.

                       Junior varsity girls

Van Alstyne    6    6    11    12    —35

Caddo Mills    13    16    17    5    —51

  CM: Courtney McSpadden 13, Dreanna Hill 23.

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