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December 7, 2012

Celeste Lady Devils go to 13-1



CELESTE — Argyle 72,

Greenville 31

  PRINCETON — Defending state champion Argyle handed the Greenville Lions a 72-31 loss on Thursday in the opening round of the Princeton tournament.

  Jerry Dickeson led the Lions with 10 points and Dartannon Wilson chipped in six as Greenville dropped to 4-7 for the season.

  Spencer McCloud pumped in 19 points and Zach Dickerson added 15 for Argyle, which is ranked sixth in Class 3A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.

  Greenville coach Marcus Smith said the Lions played poor defense.

  “Our reaction was slow,” he said. “Our rotation was slow. They outrebounded us and they outhustled us to every loose ball. Offensively, too many quick shots and we weren’t consistent.”

  The Lions will face Dallas Molina at 7 tonight at the Princeton tournament.

                    Princeton tournament

                    Boys game

Greenville    7      6      9      9    —31

Argyle        21    22    12    17    —72

  G: Collen Wilburn 3, Jason Thomas 2, Taylor Kinney 2, Marlon Mack 3, Chris Bazor 3, Brady Mulkey 2, Dartannon Wilson 6, Jerry Dickeson 10.

  A: Michael Moore 7, Carson Cline 3, Michael Caltriner 2, Colton Wilkes 3, Chase Kammerer 2, Jonathan Davis 8, Newk McMullen 7, Reed Davis 6, Zach Dickerson 15, Spencer McCloud 19.

  Record: G 4-7.

  Next game: Greenville vs. Dallas Molina, 7 tonight, Princeton tournament.

                               Junior varsity boys

Frisco Lone Star    18      8      4    3    —33

Greenville              19    12    10    9    —50

  LS: Kramer 15, James 6, Allmond 6.

  G: Brandon Forbes 16, Shaquille Anderson 10, Tyler Matthews 11.

  Next game: Greenville vs. Argyle, 11:30 a.m. today, Princeton tournament.

                    Freshman boys

Argyle        14    14    12    10    —50

Greenville    7    11    10      4    —32

  G: Spencer Gilbert 10, Cole Mulkey 9.

  Next game: Greenville at Princeton tournament, 8:30 a.m.

Royse City 53,

Rains  (girls) 47

  EMORY — Royse City outscored Rains 11-5 in overtime to claim a 53-47 victory over the Lady Wildcats on Tuesday.

  Krystal Pickron led Royse City and all scorers with 26 points and Janai Williams added 11.

  Klara Bradshaw, who has signed a letter of intent with Texas Christian University, led Rains with 15 points, eight rebounds, 19 blocked shots and seven steals.

  Molly Carista was next for Rains with 11 points.

                      Varsity girls

Royse City    10    14      6    12    11    —53

Rains              4      8    15    15      5    —47

  RC: Halea McCarroll 3, Keri Collins 6, Lauren Dusek 7, Krystal Pickron 26, Janai Williams 11.

  R: Klara Bradshaw 15, Molly Carista 11, Cortney Anderson 8, Carley Hill 7, Chelsea Wilson 2, Hailey Lawson 2, Shye Meador McCray 2.

Cumby (girls) 54,

Detroit 41

  DETROIT — Breanna Gay pumped in 25 points to spark the Cumby Lady Trojans to a 54-41 win over Detroit on Tuesday.

  Gay also pulled down nine rebounds.

  Kayla Akers also chipped in 17 points and 10 rebounds for Cumby, now 5-9 for the season.

               Varsity girls

Cumby    7    15    19    13    —54

Detroit     8    10    12    11    —41

  C: Kayla Akers 17, Candice Horrocks 4, Grace Campbell 3, Madison Thomas 2, Breanna Gay 25, Kaylee Giles 3.

  Record: C 5-9.

  Next game: Cumby at North Hopkins tournament.


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