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.
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.
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.
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.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Fast start helps Wylie beat Greenville Lions
A 6-0 start in the first inning helped the Wylie Pirates to a 10-5 District 13-4A baseball victory over the Greenville Lions on Friday night in Greenvile.
Wylie East pulls away from Greenville Lady Lions
The Wylie East Lady Raiders scored four runs in the seventh inning to seal a 12-7 District 13-4A softball victory over the Greenville Lady Lions on Monday at Monty Stratton Field.
Celeste, Caddo Mills win
Celeste's Blue Devils and the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes won in baseball and softball action this weekend.
Greenville Lions beat Denton
The Greenville Lions edged the Denton Broncos 6-4 on Friday at John Mason Field in non-district baseball action.
Travis Koger picked up the victory on the mound, allowing only one hit and one run in three innings while striking out three. Dylan Coleman, Press Alford and Chris Hazlett also pitched for the Lions.
Travis and his brother Justin Koger led the Lions at the plate with three hits apiece.
A&M-Commerce men win at LSC tournament
Texas A&M University-Commerce came out on top in a nail biting, back-and-forth game against Eastern New Mexico University that ended with senior Kameron Price sealing the 74-73 win in the opening round of the Lone Star Conference tournament with only nine seconds left.
Greenville boys, Royse City girls take 13-4A openers
The Greenville Lions downed Royse City 12-3 in a District 13-4A baseball opener on a cold Tuesday night in Greenville, while the Lady Lions lost 10-7 to Royse City in a 13-4A softball opener.
Hudgins, Hale win track and field events for Greenville High School
Mya Hudgins and Carandall Hale won events to lead the Greenville High School track and field teams on Thursday at the Princeton Invitational.
White team outscores Blue in A&M-Commerce spring game
Texas A&M University-Commerce football fans got a good look at their 2014 Lions squad on a sunny Saturday afternoon during the annual Blue-White Spring Game at Memorial Stadium.
Paris clips Greenville Lady Lions, 2-1
Paris freshman Tieren Gates scored two goals as the Lady Wildcats beat Greenville 2-1 in District 19-4A play on Saturday at T.A. “Cotton” Ford Stadium.
A&M-Commerce to honor seniors in last home game
Texas A&M University-Commerce will recognize their seniors today in the last home basketball games of the season for the Lion men and women.
Both Lion teams, who’ve qualified for the Lone Star Conference tournament that starts on Wednesday in Allen, will face strong tests from a pair of talented Tarleton State teams.
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