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November 18, 2012

Dodd City wins Campbell girls title

Celeste takes championship in Miller Grove

CAMPBELL —   Dodd City jumped out to a 19-0 lead and then cruised to a 63-26 victory over Campbell in the girls championship game of the Ninth Annual Glen Fields basketball tournament on Saturday.

  The Lady Indians didn’t score until the second quarter and couldn’t dig themselves out of that big hole.

  Jenna Wallace pumped in 21 points to lead Dodd City to victory and also earn the tournament’s most valuable player award. Christi Petty fired in 10 points for Dodd City, while Lauren Hilliard added nine and all-tournament selection Keeshia Thompson chipped in seven.

  All-tournament selection Haley Davidson led the Lady Indians with 16 points and Jordan Davidson added four points and was also named to the all-tournament team.

  Blue Ridge claimed consolation honors with a 33-20 win over Bland.

  Sara Waidelich and Morgen Gann both fired in six points to lead Bland. Waidelich was named to the all-tournament team.

  Kmzie Garcia led Blue Ridge with 11.

        Glen Fields Tournament

        Girls championship game

Dodd City    19    12    20    12    —63

Campbell      0    12      9      5    —26

  DC: Misty Goodin 6, Madison Phillips 1, Stephanie Wolter 4, Christi Petty 10, Katelynn Woodlee 4, Lauren Hilliard 9, Keeshia Thompson 7, Jenna Wallace 21, Briann Hilliard 1.

  C: Amanda Olveda 1, Haley Davidson 16, Sarah Taylor 3, Emily Ashmore 2, Jordan Davidson 4.

                      Girls consolation

Bland              4    4    7    5    —20

Blue Ridge    13    4    6    10    —33

  B: Sara Waidelich 6, Morgen Gann 6.

  BR: Kmzie Garcia 11, Kaylie Kennon 10.

            Girls all-tournament

MVP — Jenna Wallace, Dodd City

Keesha Thompson, Dodd City

Haley Davidson, Campbell

Jordan Davidson, Campbell

Sara Waidelich, Bland

Alli Sullivan, Blue Ridge

Courtney Griffin, Detroit

Brittney Crowell, Ector

Christina Acklin, Trenton

David Williams Award — Pearl Walls, Trenton

Celeste (girls) 50,

Prairiland 28

  MILLER GROVE — Celeste’s Lady Devils overcame foul trouble to whip Prairiland 50-28 in the girls championship game of the Miller Grove tournament on Saturday.

  Three of Celeste’s top players, Madalyne Pearce, Haley Trentham and Morgan Lewis, finished the game with four fouls.

  “I was a little nervous,” said Celeste coach Amy Herron. “We’re excited. They did a good job. We pulled it through.”

Lewis fired in 17 points to earn most valuable player honors for the tournament.

  Tiffany Crossland also pitched in 12 points for Celeste, while all-tournament selection Rachel Myers added nine points. Haley Trentham of Celeste also earned all-tournament honors as the Lady Devils improved to 5-1 for the season.

  Lone Oak’s Lady Buffs dropped their Miller Grove tournament game to Bullard, 53-37.

  Alyssa Busby and Courtney McCoy both pumped in 13 points to lead Lone Oak.

  Ashleigh Dodwell, who had five points and three steals, earned all-tournament honors for Lone Oak.

  Bridgette Taylor led Bullard with 18 points.

                   Miller Grove tournament

                   Girls championship team

Prairiland    5    0    15      8    —28

Celeste     17    6    11    15    —50

  P: McCain 13, Ragain 4, Grossman 4.

  C: Haley Trentham 2, Madalyne Pearce 6, Devon Jackson 4, Tiffany Crossland 12, Rachel Myers 9, Morgan Lewis 17,

  Record: C 5-1

  Next game: Celeste at Paris Chisum, Monday.

                   Girls game

Lone Oak    9     9    3    16    —37

Bullard      20    14    9    10    —53

  LO: Alyssa Busby 13, Courtney McCoy 13, Alexa Wallen 6, Ashleigh Dodwell 5.

  B: Bridgette Taylor 18, Lacy Abercrombie 13, Maddi Slayter 10, Brittany Hinton 7, Taylor Frederick 3, Lexi Abercrombie 2.

  Next game: Lone Oak at Caddo Mills, Monday.

 

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