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December 11, 2013

Greenville Lady Lions beat Royse City in district opener



GREENVILLE — Bland 68,

Fruitvale 34

  MERIT — Bland jumped out to a 24-9 lead in the first quarter and then rolled to a 68-34 non-district win on Tuesday over Fruitvale.

  Cameron Turner and Chris Brown both fired in 18 points to lead Bland and Thomas Sourber added 11.

                  Non-district boys

Fruitvale    9       6     4    15    —34

Bland       24    17    12    13    —68

  F: Eric Lane 12, Chaz Grimes 8.

  B: Cameron Turner 18, Chris Brown 18, Thomas Sourber 11, Brayden Godwin 6, Glen Cuezada 4,   Dustin Smith 4, Juan Aviles 3, Connor Moss 2, Clay Hughes 2.

  Record: B 8-1.

  Next game: Trenton at Bland, Tuesday.

Lone Oak (girls) 38,

Quitman 28

  LONE OAK — Lone Oak’s Lady Buffs took their District 14-2A opener on Tuesday over Quitman, winning 38-28.

  Alexa Wallen and Hanah Nichol both fired in seven points to lead Lone Oak.

  Torie Houck paced Quitman and all scorers with 12 points.

                    District 14-2A girls

Quitman       4     4    4    16    —28

Lone Oak    7    10    7    14    —38

Q: Torie Houck 12, Dawn Houck 8.

  LO: Meagan Moore 5, Kinsey Patton 5, Melody Womack 1, Alexa Wallen 7, Caitlin Kimberlin 6, Ashleigh Dodwell 5, Reiney Draper 2, Hanah Nichol 7.

  Record: LO 6-8, 1-0.

  Next game: Lone Oak at Edgewood, Tuesday.

Blue Ridge 38,

Bland (girls) 33

  BLUE RIDGE — Blue Ridge outscored Bland 21-7 in the second half to take a 38-33 victory over the Lady Tigers in a District 15-A opener on Tuesday.

  Kinzie Garcia led Blue Ridge with 12 points and Kendyl White added 10.

  Sara Waidelich topped Bland with 11 points.

                    District 15-A girls

Bland            9    17    2    5    —33

Blue Ridge    5    12    7    14    —38

  B: Sara Waidelich 11, Nelly Ramirez 5, Savannah Brixey 5.

  BR: Torey Crosswhite 7, Kaylie Kennon 8, Kinzie Garcia 12, Megan Pope 1, Kendyl White 10.

  Records: BR 6-2, 1-0.

  Next game: Blue Ridge at Trenton, Friday; Bland at Boles, Friday.

Campbell (girls) 65,

Ector 22

  CAMPBELL — Haley Davidson fired in 31 to lead the No. 17 state-ranked Campbell Lady Indians to a 65-22 victory over Ector on Tuesday.

  Sarah Taylor also popped in 13 points and Jordan Davidson chipped in 10 as Campbell improved to 9-2 for the season.

                   Non-district girls

Ector             5      8      5      4    —22

Campbell    19    16    14    16    —65

  E: Huey 5.

  C: Haley Davidson 31, Sarah Taylor 13, Taylor Looney 4, Kaylin Stigall 4, Jordan Davidson 10, Caitlyn Branton 2, Emily Ashmore 1.

  Record: C 9-2.

  Next game: Valley View at Campbell, Friday.

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