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December 12, 2012

Greenville Lions win at Tyler, Lady Lions fall in Royse City




Celeste (girls) 54,

Boles 8

  CELESTE — Celeste’s Lady Devils opened District 15-A play on Tuesday with a 54-8 home win over Boles.

  Celeste allowed only three points in the second half while improving its season record to 16-1.

  Morgan Lewis hit five 3-pointers on the way to a game-high 23 points for Celese, which also collected 14 from Erica Jordan.

                   District 15-A girls

Boles         2      3      0    3    —8

Celeste    13    21    11    9    —54

  B: Mariah Helmberger 2, Rhea Ballard 2, Rachel Helmberger 2, Emili Hines 2.

  C: Haley Trentham 3, Madalyne Pearce 6, Haley Willmon 5, Tiffany Crossland 2, Rachel Myers 2, Morgan Lewis 23, Erica Jordan 14, Jessica Turnbaugh 1.

  Record: C 16-1, 1-0.

  Next game: Celeste at Wolfe City, Friday.

                Junior varsity girls

Boles       0      0      1    2    —3

Celeste    9    12    12    2    —35

  B: Achtenberg 2.

  C: Jalisa Phillips 10, Sarah Myers 8.

Celeste 42,

McKinney Christian 36

  McKINNEY — Celeste outscored McKinney Christian 16-8 in the fourth quarter to pull out a 42-36 victory on Monday.

  Justin Heuber led the Blue Devils with 11 points.

                                  Varsity boys

Celeste                       6    9    11    16    —42

McKinney Christian    6    8    14      8    —36

  C: Justin Heuber 11, Tim Herman 8, Blake Garcia 6, Austin Shatto 6.

  MC: Jamie Greenwell 13, Shawn Johnson 8, Dallas Brock 6.

  Record: C 4-7.

                                  Junior varsity boys

Celeste                     12    11    15      7    —45

McKinney Christian    2      7      5    14    —28

  C: Colton Smith 12, Cody Evans 7, Micah McCaslin 6, Eddie Amaro 6.

  MC: Gore 8, Williams 8.

  Record: C 4-1.

Wolfe City 38,

North Hopkins 35

  WOLFE CITY — The Wolfe City Wolves ran their record to 4-3 with a 38-35 victory over North Hopkins Tuesday.

  Colton Quril fired in 10 points, while Justin Wilkinson pumped in nine for Wolfe City.

                           Varsity boys

North Hopkins    12    12    7     4    —35

Wolfe City            7    11    9    11    —38

  NH: Williams 11, Whaley 8, Milam 8, Dodd 6, Berry 2.

  WC: Colton Quril 10, Justin Wilkinson 9, Hunter Bostick 5, Malik Gaffney 5, Cody Harbin 3, Tim Lloyd 2, Andre Brown 2, Jared Robinson 2.

  Record: WC 4-3.

  Next game: Sunnyvale at Wolfe City, Friday.

Sunnyvale (girls) 47,

Caddo Mills 28

  CADDO MILLS — Caila Sims fired in 17 points to lead Sunnyvale to a 47-28 District 12-2A win over the Caddo Mills Lady Foxes Tuesday.

  Hannah Hopkins drained six for Caddo Mills.

                     District 12-2A girls

Sunnyvale    19    9     8     11    —47

Caddo Mills    2    4    12    10    —28

  S: Olivia Williams 8, Caila Sims 17, Andi Morgan 4, Delanee Clark 4, Grace Goodhart 7, Abby Duck 1, Stephanie Nweke 4.

  CM: Emily Saldivar 4, Jaylynn Gracy 4, Savannah Moore 1, Makenna Tallant 4, Jaeli Thomas 2, Tabatha Moore 3, Hannah Hopkins 6, Jacie Thomason 4.

  Record: CM 6-6, 0-1.

  Next game: Caddo Mills at Van Alstyne, Friday.

                     Junior varsity girls

Sunnyvale    10    9    8    6    —33

Caddo Mills    4    7    6    4    —21

  S: Rattler 6, Kelley 6.

  CM: Courtney McSpadden 11, Kaycie Phillips 6.

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