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December 12, 2012

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

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

(Continued)

GREENVILLE —



Boles 62,

Maypearl 40

  QUINLAN — Hunter Jordan fired in 20 points, while Ross Bostick drained 11 to lead the Boles Hornets to a 62-40 win over Maypearl Tuesday.

  Bailey Isom added 10 for Boles.

                  Varsity boys

Maypearl    3      4    19    14    —40

Boles        23    16    12    11    —62

  M: Stanford 18, Smith 8, Hyles 8, Matthews 4, Hoard 2.

  B: Hunter Jordan 20, Ross Bostick 11, Bailey Isom 10, Caleb Samples 6, Austin Morgan 6, Cameron Walker 5, Joshua Monroe 2, Devon Harris 2.

  Record: B 5-3.

  Next game: Rockwall Christian vs. Boles, 4:15 p.m. Thursday at the Boles tournament.



Maypearl (girls) 43,

Quinlan Ford 40

  QUINLAN — The Maypearl Lady Panthers defeated the Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers 43-40 Tuesday in a non-district basketball contest.

  Jade Patton fired in 20 to lead Quinlan, while Taylor Elrod pumped in 17.

                   Varsity girls

Maypearl    11    9      7    16    —43

Quinlan        7    2    13    18    —40

  M: Lewis 21, Fortiz 2, Petty 11, Martinez 4, Fletcher 5.

  Q: Jade Patton 20, Taylor Elrod 17, Jessika Keeton 2, Carley Torbert 2.

  Record: Q 12-7.



Campbell (girls) 46,

Ector 30

  ECTOR — The Campbell Lady Indians raised their record to 8-7 with a 46-30 victory over the Ector Lady Eagles Tuesday.

  Haley Davidson fired in 21 points for Campbell, while Sarah Taylor pumped in 12.

                    Varsity girls

Campbell     23     9        9      5     —46

Ector             4      8      11      7     —30

  C: Haley Davidson 21, Sarah Taylor 12, Jordan Davidson 5, Amanda Olveda 2, Emily Ashmore 2, Caitlyn Branton 2.

  E: Crowell 9.

  Record: C 8-7.

  Next game: Campbell at Valley View, 6 p.m. Friday. 

                   Junior varsity girls

Campbell    5    10    10    12    —37

Ector         10      5    12      9    —36     

  C: Taylor Looney 18, Cara Cirkles 8, Adara Gifford 7

  Record: C 1-2.



Lone Oak (girls)59,

Quitman 50

  QUITMAN — Lone Oak’s Lady Buffaloes won 59-50 over Quitman in a 14-2A contest Tuesday.

Alyssa Busby fired in 19 points while Ashleigh Dodwell pumped in 11 with six steals.

  Sara Richardson with 10 rebounds led Lone Oak, while Kinsey Patton got seven rebounds.

  Rebecca Cooke had six steals for Lone Oak.

                    District 14-2A girls

Lone Oak    14    20    10    15    —59

Quitman        8    15    11    16    —50

  LO: Alyssa Busby 19, Ashleigh Dodwell 11, Sara Richardson 9, Hanah Nichol 7, Rebecca Cooke 6, Alexas Wallen 3, Chelsea Rigsby 2, Kinsey Patton 2.

  Q: Houck 21, Daniel 9, McKinley 7, Harris 5, Houck 3, Medlin 2, Watterson 2, Hutchings 1.

                    Junior varsity girls

Lone Oak     6    12    10    11    —39

Quitman       7      3      4      6    —20

  LO: Caitlin Kimberlin 25, Jayce Womack 6, Hannah Wooten 6.

  Q: Lehman 6, Sanders 5.

  Next game: Edgewood at Lone Oak, Tuesday JV/V 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

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