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November 30, 2012

Greenville Lions, Lady Lions drop games at Royse City tournament

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

(Continued)

GREENVILLE — Quinlan Ford (girls) 39,

Alba-Golden 38

  WILLS POINT — A 12-11 edge in the first quarter helped the Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers slip past Alba-Golden, 39-38, in Thursday’s first round of the Wills Point tournament.

  Jessika Keeton led Ford with 14 points and Taylor Elrod added 13.

  Macie Arrington paced Alba-Golden and all scorers with 17 points.

                         Wills Point tournament

                         Girls game

Quinlan Ford    12    7    7    13    —39

Alba-Golden     11    7    7    13    —38

  QF: Jade Patton 2, Taylor Elrod 13, Jessika Keeton 14, Christian Hearn 2, Shelby Reeves 2, Brittany Smith 1.

  A-G: Corlie Lennon 10, CeTara Carter 4, Kaylee Bizzell 1, Michaela Moffett 4, Caitlin Lennon 2, Macie Arrington 17.

  Record: QF 8-3.

  Next game: Quinlan Ford vs. either Mabank or Trinity Christian-Addison, noon today, Wills Point tournament.

Bland (girls) 54,

Sulphur Bluff 21

  MERIT — The Bland Lady Tigers downed Sulphur Bluff’s Lady Bears 54-21 Thursday at the 18th annual Bland Invitational tournament.

Jaci Welborn fired in 12 points, while Sara Waidelich pumped in 10 for the Lady Tigers.

  The Campbell Indians lost 79-36 to the Sulphur Bluff Bears in the Bland tournament Thursday.

Scotty Green fired in 11 points for Campbell, while Dallas Degarso pumped in nine.

  McKinney Christian Academy won 48-44 over the Campbell Lady Indians.

  Haley Davidson pumped in 26 points for Campbell, and Sarah Taylor fired in 12.

                        Bland tournament

                        Girls game

Sulphur Bluff    5    5    9      2    —21

Bland              21    9    9    15    —54

SB: Hancock 7.

  B: Jaci Welborn 12, Sara Waidelich 10, Mackenzie Morquecho 7, Morgan Gann 6, Faith Sourber 6, Bailey Robichaux 6.

                         Boys game

Campbell           8     10     12       5     —36

Sulphur Bluff    19     21     28     11    —79

  C: Scotty Green 11, Dallas Degarso 9, Brian Curiel 6, Jr. Vasquez 4, Jacob Camp 3, Yovani Bonales 2.

  SB: Justin 23, Landon 17

                                  Girls game

Campbell                    11     16     10      7    —44

McKinney Christian    21     11     10      6    —48

  C: Haley Davidson 26, Sarah Taylor 12, Breanna Ashmore 4, Jordan Davidson 2.

MCA: Wilks 20, James 10, McAdams 16.

  Record: C 2-6.

  Next game: Campbell vs. either Bland or Sulphur Bluff, 11:30 a.m. today, Bland tournament.

Celeste (girls) 50,

Detroit 15

SAVOY — The Celeste Lady Blue Devils defeated the Detroit Lady Eagles 50-15 Thursday at the Savoy tournament.

  Tiffany Crossland fired in 15 points for Celeste, while teammate Morgan Lewis drained 13.

  Celeste is now 9-1 for the season.

  The Celeste Blue Devils won 55-32 over the Detroit Eagles Thursday. Justin Heuber fired in 14 points and Austin Shatto pumped in 13 to lead Celeste.

  Celeste is now 3-1 for the year.

                Savoy tournament

                Girls game

Detroit     5      4      2      4    —15

Celeste    6    19    10    15    —50

D: Bronner 6.

  C: Haley Trentham 3, Madalyne Pearce 2, Devon Jackson 2, Tiffany Crossland 15, Rachel Myers 5, Tirrani Dozier 3, Morgan Lewis 13, Ericka Jordan 5, Jessica Turnbaugh 2.

  Record: C 9-1.

  Next game:  Celeste vs. Honey Grove, Today,  8 a.m. Savoy tournament.

                 Boys game

Detroit      5    8      8    11    —32

Celeste    7    9    19    20    —55

  D: Reger 9, Hart 5, Ben 4, Yarbough 4.

  C: Justin Heuber 14, Austin Shatto 13, Dalton Edge 8, Tim Herman 7, Blake Garcia 5, Austin Gilliam 5, Keaton Hubbard 2, D.J. Jarrard 1.

  Record: C 3-1.

  Next game: Celeste vs. Fannindel, 3:30 p.m. today, Savoy tournament.

 

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