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December 11, 2013

Greenville Lady Lions beat Royse City in district opener



GREENVILLE — Sunnyvale (girls) 64,

Caddo Mills 21

  SUNNYVALE — No. 1 state-ranked Sunnyvale handed the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes a 64-21 loss in the District 12-2A opener on Tuesday.

  Sunnyvale, now 15-0, spread the scoring around among Ivy Alexander (12 points), Grace Goodhart (12), Emily Ames (11) and Sheridan Lewis (11).

  Jaylynn Gracy led Caddo Mills with seven points.

                       District 12-2A girls

Caddo Mills    4      5      7    5    —21

Sunnyvale    18    25    13    8    —64

  CM: Kristin Newell 3, Makenna Tallant 3, Emily Saldivar 2, Jaylynn Gracy 7, Jacie Thomason 2, Tabatha Moore 4.

  S: Ivy Alexander 12, Grace Goodhart 12, Emily Ames 11, Sheridan Lewis 11.

  Record: CM 2-3, 0-1.

  Next game: Van Alstyne at Caddo Mills, Friday.

Saltillo 65,

Wolfe City 57

  SALTILLO — Saltillo outscored Wolfe City 12-4 in overtime to claim a 65-57 non-district win over Wolfe City on Tuesday.

  Colton Quirl led Wolfe City and all scorers with 25 points.

                     Non-district boys

Wolfe City    11    10     17    14      4    —57

Saltillo            7    13    18     15    12    —65

  WC: Colton Quirl 25, Justin Wilkinson 11, Hunter Bostick 10, Malik Gaffney 9, Tim Lloyd 2.

S: Morquaz 16, Johnson 14, Daniels 13, Jaine 12.

  Record: WC 0-3.

  Next game: Wolfe City vs. Como-Pickton, 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sulphur Bluff tournament.

Celeste (girls) 51,

Boles 33

  QUINLAN — Celeste’s Lady Devils took a District 15-A opener over Boles, 51-33 on Tuesday.

Jalisa Phillips topped Celeste and all scorers with 18 points. Tiffany Crossland and Sarah Myers both tossed in 11 each.

  Riley Howell led Boles with 12 points and Rachel Helmberger added 11.

                 District 15-A girls

Celeste    12    18    11    10    —51

Boles         6    12    10      5    —33

  C: Devon Jackson 9, Tiffany Crossland 11, Rachel Myers 2, Sarah Myers 11, Jalisa Phillips 18.

  B: Rachel Helmberger 11, Riley Howell 12.

  Record: C 6-6, 1-0.

  Next game: Wolfe City at Celeste, 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Community 80,

Leonard 72

  NEVADA — A 27-17 advantage in the second quarter helped the Community Braves claim an 80-72 non-district win on Tuesday over Leonard.

  Reno Deutsch poured in 27 points to lead the victors.

  Nik McCain topped Leonard with 15 points, while Scott Bratt added 13.

                       Non-district boys

Leonard         19    17    12    24    —72

Community    14    27    21    18    —80

  L: Nik McCain 15, Scott Bratt 13, Joe Mac Sudderth 11, Jonathan St. George 9, Matthew Smith 9, Laine Albert 6, Derek Taylor 5, Joe Gray 4.

  C: Reno Deutsch 27, Madkins 14, Tate Dexter 13, Hogan 13.

  Record: L 3-4.

  Next game: Leonard vs. Alba-Golden, 9:45 a.m. Thursday, North Hopkins tournament.

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