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December 4, 2013

Greenville Lions, Lady Lions win



GREENVILLE — Dodd City 44,

Bland (girls) 35

  MERIT — Dodd City reversed a 43-35 loss to Bland last week, beating the Lady Tigers 44-35 in a rematch on Tuesday night.

  Sara Waidelich led Bland and all scorers with 17 points.

                   Varsity girls

Dodd City    5    12    12    15    —44

Bland    15    6    3    11    —35

  DC: Thompson 15, Wallace 13.

  B: Sara Waidelich 17, Mackenzie Morquecho 7.

  Next game: Bland vs. Caddo Mills JV, 5 p.m. Thursday, Bland tournament.

Lone Oak 46,

Mineola 32

  LONE OAK — Lone Oak ran its season record to 4-1 with a 46-32 victory over Mineola on Tuesday night.

  Sawyer Zachary led the Buffaloes with 12 points.

                    Varsity boys

Mineola         2    6      7    16    —32

Lone Oak    12    8    13    13    —46

  M: Dean 16, Crawford 10, L. Fisher 3, R. Fisher 2.

  LO: Sawyer Zachary 12, Trevor Hemphill 9, Ethan Fite 8, Clint Mahand 7, Keegan Willson 4, Kevin Smith 3, Jonah Carson 3.

  Record: LO 4-1.

  Next game: Lone Oak vs. Atlanta, 2:55 p.m. Thursday, Grand Saline tournament.

Campbell 59,

Savoy (girls) 20

  SAVOY — Haley Davidson fired in 28 points to lead the Campbell Lady Indians to a 59-20 win over Savoy on Tuesday night.

  Taylor Looney also tossed in eight points as Campbell improved to 8-1 for the season.

                   Varsity girls

Campbell    21    22    4    12    —59

Savoy           6      6    5      3    —20

  C: Haley Davidson 28, Rebecca Bible 1, Sarah Taylor 2, Taylor Looney 8, Cara Cirkles 2, Emily Ashmore 6, Kaylin Stigall 7, Caitlyn Branton 3, Hannah Hoover 2.

  S: White 6.

  Record: C 8-1.

  Next game: Campvell vs. HSAA, 9 a.m. Thursday, Bland tournament.

Campbell 70,

Savoy 44

  SAVOY — A 25-11 advantage in the second quarter helped the Campbell Indians pull away for a 70-44 win on Tuesday over Savoy.

  Bailey Ferguson pumped in 28 points to lead Campbell and all scorers. Diego Romero and Tevin Truesdale added 11 apiece for the Indians.

                    Varsity boys

Campbell    16    25    14    15    —70

Savoy         12    11    14      7    —44

  C: Bailey Ferguson 28, Diego Romero 11, Tevin Truesdale 11, Kegan Malone 8, Chris Wilson 6, Jacob Campbell 4, Logan Sullivan 2.

  S: Kumler 12, Lowery 15.

  Next game: Campbell vs. Ector, 3:40 p.m. Thursday, Bland tournament.

Collinsville 50,

Celeste 30

  CELESTE — Collinsville outscored Celeste in three of the four quarters on the way to a 50-30 victory on Tuesday.

  Tim Herman paced Celeste with 14 points.

                     Varsity boys

Collinsville    14    8    15    13    —50

Celeste          6     7    15      2    —30

  Co: John Lewis 22, Andrew Harris 8.

  Ce: Tim Herman 14, Austin Shatto 5, Jordan Wright 4, Traylon Phillips 4, Austin Gilliam 3.

  Record: Ce 1-3.

  Next game: Celeste vs. Savoy, 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Celeste tournament.

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