The Herald Banner, Greenville, TX


December 15, 2012

Lucas Lovejoy holds off Greenville Lady Lions, 45-43



GREENVILLE — Bland 39,

Anna 38

  MERIT — Bland turned Anna back in the closing seconds to claim a 39-38 non-district victory on Friday.

  Adam Shinn fired in 18 points to lead the victorious Tigers.

              Varsity boys

Anna     13    11    6      8    —38

Bland    11    10    8    10    —39

  A: Adruin Harrison 12, Justin Eyeington 11.

  B: Adam Shinn 18, Joseph Sourber 7, Cameron Turner 6, Thomas Sourber 5, Chris Brown 3.

  Next game: Bland at Trenton, Tuesday.

              Junior varsity boys

Anna     9    5    6    2    —22

Bland    7    6    7    7    —27

  A: Moore 8, Williams 4.

  B: Dustin Smith 11, Brandon Grob 5.

Van Alstyne (girls) 39,

Caddo Mills 36

  VAN ALSTYNE — Van Alstyne slipped past the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes, 39-36, in District 12-2A play on Friday.

  Hannah Fernandez led the victors with 10 points.

  Hannah Hopkins topped Caddo Mills with 10 points.

                      District 12-2A girls

Caddo Mills      6    8    11    12    —36

Van Alstyne    14    8    10     7    —39

  CM: Hannah Hopkins 10, Emily Saldivar 9, Jaylynn Gracy 5, Makenna Tallant 5, Lauren Hopkins 3, Tabatha Moore 3, Mary Moran 2.

  VA: Hannah Fernandez 10, Sierra Motley 9, Carleigh Simmons 7, Ashley Burts 6, Maddie Horan 4, Emma Morena 3.

  Record: CM 6-7, 0-2.

  Next game: Caddo Mills at Anna, Tuesday.

                       Junior varsity girls

Caddo Mills    8      4    4      5    —21

Van Alstyne    3    12    8    12    —35

  CM: Courtney McSpadden 12, Kayci Phillips 7.

  VA: Hensley 10.

Leonard 79,

Community 75

  LEONARD — The Leonard Tigers ran their season record to 18-3 with a 79-75 non-district win on Friday over Community.

  Storm Taylor stormed his way downcourt for 19 points to lead the victors, who also collected 16 from   Tyler “Turbo” Turner and 15 from Matthew Wilson.

  Chad Hutchinson gunned in 27 points to lead the Braves and all scorers, while Colton Hutchinson chipped in 15 and Chae Dexter added 13.

  Leonard will open District 12-2A play on Tuesday at Pilot Point.

                       Varsity boys

Community    16    15    16    28    —75

Leonard         18    22    15    24    —79

  C: Chad Hutchinson 27, Colton Hutchinson 15, Chae Dexter 13, Dennis Fleck 6, Clint Hutchinson 6, Ryan Gasper 4, Tyler Teague 2, Brandon Hollien 2.

  L: Storm Taylor 19, Tyler “Turbo” Turner 16, Matthew Wilson 15, Ty McKinney 9, Blake Hicks 9, Robert Greene 5, Max Scoggins 4, Austin Kitchens 2.

  Record: L 8-3.

  Next game: Leonard at Pilot Point, Tuesday.

Bland (girls) 33,

Boles 10

  QUINLAN — Bland’s Lady Tigers breezed to a 33-10 District 15-A victory over Boles on Friday.

Savannah Brixey and Sara Waidelich both banked in 10 points to lead Bland.

             District 15-A girls

Bland    3    7    13    10    —33

Boles    2    3      1      4    —10

  Bl: Savannah Brixey 10, Sara Waidelich 10.

  B: Jessica Susunga 4.

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