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
No. 19 state-ranked Lone Oak claims regular season finale
The 19th state-ranked Lone Oak Lady Buffaloes added to their nine-game winning streak by shutting out Quitman 9-0 in District 14-2A softball on Tuesday.
Freshman pitcher Mariah Nichols got the win, striking out 14 while only walking two in a two-hitter to wrap up the regular season.
Lady Lions earn all-district soccer honors
Brinkley Henson, Greenville’s top goal scorer, also earned top honors for the Lady Lions on the All-District 19-4A soccer team.
Quirl, Godwin earn top honors in All-District 15-A basketball
Wolfe City’s high-scoring post player Colten Quirl earned top honors on the All-District 15-A basketball team.
McKinney North shuts out Lady Lions
Celeste Verdelivo shut down Greenville on one hit as McKinney North claimed a 12-0 District 13-4A softball victory over the Lady Lions on Friday.
- Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites
Big win for college coach wrongly accused of child porn
An emotional saga that began with a child pornography accusation 18 months ago ended in final victory Thursday for the ex-football coach of Minnesota State University-Mankato who was fired even though the charges against him were found groundless and dismissed.
Hale, Himes lead Greenville tracksters
Carandall Hale repeated as the boys long jump champion and Savannah Himes took the girls discus title to lead Greenville High School on Wednesday’s opening day of the District 13-4A track and field championship.
Greenville's Lions finish third in 13-4A golf
Greenville’s Lions gave way to a very strong wind and to the Wylie Pirates while finishing third on Tuesday at the District 13-4A golf tournament.
The Lions entered the final round at Hurricane Creek Country Club with a four-shot lead over Wylie in the race for the second regional playoff berth. But the Lions lost ground to Wylie while batting wind gusts up to 44 miles per hour.
Greenville Lions rank second in district golf tourney
William Strickland fired a 78 to lead the Greenville Lions to second place in Monday’s opening round of the District 13-4A golf tournament at Hurricane Creek Country Club.
The Lions carded a 337 team score to trail only McKinney North (323) in the battle for two spots in the Region II-4A tournament. The final round is set for today.
Two Lions make 19-4A first team
Two Greenville Lions made the top team on the All-District 19-4A boys soccer squad.
Greenville senior Riley Cox and Lion junior Isaac Ramirez were selected to the first team.
Luis DeLeon and Douglas Gutierrez of Greenville made the second team.
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