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December 16, 2012

Boles nips Fannindel in Boles tournament finals


QUINLAN — Boles 35,

Fannindel 34

  Ross Bostick’s free throw with 16 seconds left gave the Boles Hornets a 35-34 victory over Fannindel in the championship game of the Boles basketball tournament on Saturday.

  Hunter Jordan fired in 24 points to lead the Hornets and all scorers. Jordan earned most valuable player honors for the tournament and the Top Gun award with 82 points for the tournament.

  Bostick and Caleb Samples all earned all-tournament honors for the Hornets.

  Damonte Scott led the Falcons with 16 points, while T.J. Erwin and Stephen Lock both fired in 12 and Quincy Cuba added 10.

                                 Boles tournament


Rockwall Christian    10    14    15      4    —43

Fannindel                  14    11    16    20    —61

  RCA: Cameron Carrocia 13, Evan Milwee 11, Colton Jones 10.

  F: Damonte Scott 16, T.J. Erwin 12, Stephen Lock 12, Quincy Cuba 10.


Leonard JV    6     9     11    16    —42

Boles           16    27    12    15    —71

  L: Ryan Nixon 16, Derek Taylor 7, Laine Albert 7.

  B: Bailey Isom 22, Cameron Walker 13, Caleb Samples 12.

                                  Third-place game

Leonard JV               10      8    17    29    —64

Rockwall Christian    18    19    16    16    —69

  L: Laine Albert 16, Mason Bua 15, Richie Laster 9, Ryan Nixon 9.

  RCA: Denzel Chukwukelu 20, Cameron Carrocia 17, Colton Jones 14, Evan Milwee 12.

                    Championship game

Fannindel    8    9    8      9    —34

Boles         12    2    9    12    —35

  F: Andrew Miller 16, Quincy Cuba 12.

  B: Hunter Jordan 24, Bailey Isom 7, Ross Bostick 4, Cameron Walker 1.

  Record: B 11-3.

  Next game: Wolfe City at Boles, Tuesday.


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