The Herald Banner, Greenville, TX


January 12, 2013

Greenville cagers beat Sherman




Bland 52,

Celeste 23

  CELESTE — Bland claimed a 52-23 District 15-A win over the Celeste Blue Devils on Friday.

  Chris Brown led the victorious Tigers with 12 points, Thomas Sourber added 11 and Juan Aviles chipped in 10 as Bland improved to 16-4 overall and 5-1 in district play.

  Braden Morrow led Celeste with eight points.

              District 15-A boys

Bland     13    14    10    15    —52

Celeste    5      8      2      8    —23

  B: Thomas Sourber 11, Joseph Sourber 8, Cameron Turner 4, Adam Shinn 7, Chris Brown 12, Juan Aviles 10.

  C: Braden Morrow 8, Dalton Edge 3, D.J. Jarrard 2, Austin Shatto 4, Justin Bennett 1, Smith 2, Austin Gilliam 3.

  Record: B 16-4, 5-1.

  Next game: Bland at Blue Ridge, Tuesday; Celeste at Boles, Tuesday.

Rains 58,

Quinlan Ford 57

  EMORY — Rains pulled out a 58-57 home win over the Quinlan Ford Panthers on Friday.

Devonte Pryor paced Rains with 17 points, while Jesse Oswalt fired in 13, Jacob Dowty added 11 and  Erik Jackson scored 10.

  Blake Davenport led Ford and all scorers with 21 points, while Kaden Wallace pumped in 13 and Devin Lewis added 10.

                         District 14-3A boys

Quinlan Ford    7    27    10    13    —57

Rains             22     21     2     13    —58

  QF: Kaden Wallace 13, Taylor Sikorsky 5, Blake Davenport 21, Corey Hall 6, Devin Lewis 10.

  R: Jared Barnett 4, Jesse Oswalt 13, Tyler Lennon 3, Devonte Pryor 17, Jacob Dowty 11, Erik Jackson 10.

  Records: QF 7-11, R 6-15.

  Next game: Crandall at Quinlan Ford, Friday; Rains at Crandall, Tuesday.

Lone Oak 51,

Grand Saline 32

LONE OAK — Sawyer Zachary fired in 16 points, while Clint Mahand pumped in 13 to lead the Lone Oak Buffaloes to a 51-32 victory over Grand Saline Friday night.

                          District 14-2A boys

Grand Saline     12     6     8     6    —32

Lone Oak         13    14     4    20    —51

  GS: Phelps 8, Latta 8, Laprade 7, Corrales 5, Davis 2, McCowan 2.

  LO: Sawyer Zachary 16, Clint Mahand 13, Ethan Fite 10, Kevin Smith 6, Keegan Willson 4, Colten Lasseter 2.

  Record: LO 11-11, 3-2.

  Next game: Quitman at Lone Oak, Tuesday

Rains (girls) 54,

Quinlan Ford 45

  EMORY — Klara Bradshaw fired in 22 points to lead the Emory Rains Lady Wildcats to a 54-45 win over the Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers.

  Jessika Keaton fired in 15 to lead Quinlan Ford.

               District 14-3A girls

Quinlan    6    16    11    12    —45

Rains     13    16    16      9    —54

  QF: Jade Patton 3, Ariel Smith 2, Taylor Elrod 8, Jessika Keaton 15,  Jenna Ackenback 3, Carley Torbert 8, Shelby Reeves 7. 18-9, 2-0

  ER: Molly Carista 5, Chelsea Wilson 2, Carley Hill 4, Cortney Anderson 8, Shaye Meadow 4, Megan Hazlewood 4, Klara Bradshaw 22, Hannah Dickens 7.          

  Records: QF 18-9, 2-1.


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