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December 15, 2012

Lucas Lovejoy holds off Greenville Lady Lions, 45-43

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

(Continued)

GREENVILLE — Rains (girls) 45,

Mineola 30

  MINEOLA — Klara Bradshaw, Rains’ 6-6 senior, finished with a triple-double to lead the Ladycats to a 45-30 District 14-3A win over Mineola on Friday.

  Bradshaw scored 22 points after going 9-of-10 from the field, plus pulled down 14 rebounds, blocked 22 shots and had five steals.

  Shye Meador-McCray also had nine points and three assists for Rains, which also collected six assists from Cortney Anderson.

  Jordan Dawson led Mineola with 12 points.

          District 14-3A girls

      Rains 45, Mineola 30

  R: Carley Hill 4, Cortney Anderson 4, Shye Meador McCray 9, Megan Hazelwood 6, Klara Bradshaw 22.

  M: Ali Galaz 2, Marisa Ledkins 2, Sister Green 3, Jordan Dawson 12, Peyton Stephens 4, Kelsey Green 7.

  Record: R 10-8.

Rivercrest 65,

Rains 59

  EMORY — Jamal Curtis tossed in 19 points, while Keke Savage pumped in 12 to lead the Rivercrest Rebels to a 65-59 victory over the Rains Wildcats Friday.

  Erik Jackson pumped in 20 for Rains, while Jacob Dowty fired in 18.

  Rivercrest raises its record to 13-1, while Rains falls to 3-12.

                      Varsity boys

Rivercrest     18       12         23       12     — 65

Rains            11       15         16        17     —59

  R: Jamal Curtis 19, Keke Savage 12, Markevius Traylor 4,  Erik Richards 3, Dakota Ross 8, Austin Easley 7, Aaron Eudy 5, Jonny Moore 3,  Heath Holt 4.

  Ra: Jesse Oswalt 6, Tyler Lennon 4, Nick Grell 2, Devonte Pryor 7, Hunter McCauley 2, Jacob Dowty 18, Erik Jackson 20.

  Records: Rivercrest 13-1, Rains 3-12.

  Next games:  Prairiland at Rivercrest, Tuesday. North Lamar at Rains, Friday. 

                       Junior varsity boys

Rivercrest       2      15      17      6     — 38

Rains            14      10      12      8     —44

  R: Sessums 5, Dunham 4, Binion 2, Sloan 7, Pena 20.

  Ra:  Miller 12, Diaz 8, Richardson 10, Wilson 8, Thomas 2, Rastel 4.

Campbell (girls) 40,

Valley View 38

  VALLEY VIEW — Haley Davidson tossed in 19 points and Sarah Taylor had 10 to lead the Campbell Lady Indians to a 40-38 win over Valley View on Friday.

  The Lady Indians are now 9-7 for the season.

                      Varsity girls

Campbell       6    10      4    20     —40

Valley View    8      6    17     7      —38

  C: Haley Davidson 19, Sarah Taylor 10, Jordan Davidson 8, Breanna Ashmore 3.

  VV: Zimmer 14.

  Record: C 9-7.

  Next game: Campbell vs. Cumby, Dec. 29.



Boles 44,

Celeste 23

  QUINLAN — The Boles Hornets stayed undefeated at their own tournament as they won 57-31 over the Leonard junior varsity and 44-23 over the Celeste Blue Devils Friday.

  The Hornets, who are now 9-3 for the season and 4-0 in their tournament, will host the Leonard JV at 3:30 p.m. today.

  Against Leonard’s JV Caleb Samples fired in 16 points, while Cameron Walker banked in 14 and Hunter Jordan added 12 for the Hornets.

  In the Celeste game, Jordan fired in 16 points to lead the Hornets, while Bailey Isom tallied eight.

Fannindel defeated Rockwall Christian 59-53 in overtime and also downed Celeste, 36-34. Rockwall Christian defeated Leonard JV 51-48.

                     Boles tournament

                     Boys game

Celeste         6    13    9     6    —34

Fannindel    13     2    8    13    —36

  C: Justin Heuber 11, Blake Garcia 6, Austin Shatto 5, Dalton Edge 5, Cody Evans 5.

  F: Stephen Lock 9, Chris Day 7, Andrew Miller 8, Jarvis Wilburn 6.

                                 Boys game

Fannindel                  14    11    13    10    11    —59

Rockwall Christian    13    15    10      9      5    —53

  F: Stephen Lock 12, E.J. Jones 10, T.J. Erwin 9.

  RC: Cameron Corroccia 22, Colton Jones 20, Evan Milwee 7.

                                  Boys game

Leonard JV               17    12    14    11    —48

Rockwall Christian    10    15    13    13    —51

  L:Jonathon George 13, Matt Smith 9, Derek Taylor 7, Ryan Nixon 7.

  RC: Chris Stephens 24, Colton Jones 13, John Stanley 6.

                       Boles game

Boles             12    16    18    11    —57

Leonard JV    11      8      4      8    —31

  B: Caleb Samples 16, Cameron Walker 14, Hunter Jordan 12.

  L: Ryan Nixon 12, Richie Laster 6, Masson Sargent 5.

                 Boles game

Boles     16    16    8      4    —44

Celeste    6      5    0    12    —23

  B: Hunter Jordan 16, Bailey Isom 8, Caleb Samples 6, Cameron Walker 6.

  C: Austin Shatto 10, Tim Herman 4, Cody Evans 4.

  Record: B 9-3.

  Next game: Today at 3:30 p.m. vs. Leonard JV.

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