HS Hoops Roundup, Dec. 28: Red Raiders split pair


THE COLONY — The Robert E. Lee Red Raiders split games on Friday in The Colony Basketball Tournament.

In game one, Garland Naaman Forest rallied past Lee, 59-59, despite 26 points from Taylor Tankersley. Jack Calhoun added 12 points.

In the second game, Lee rallied for a 38-35 win over Mesquite Poteet. Tankersley paced Lee again with 21 points.

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The Colony Tournament

Naaman Forest 59, Robert E. Lee 58

Naaman Forest 14 16 7 22 — 59

Robert E. Lee 11 15 17 15 — 58

NAAMAN FOREST — Robb, 2; Canter, 20; Pinckney, 2; Jones, 14; Basco, 9; Marlow, 2; Soares, 10.

ROBERT E. LEE — Jack Calhoun, 12; Austin Fleet, 2; Taylor Tankersley, 26; Will Dougherty, 6; Caleb Johnston, 7; Justin Desalvo, 5.

THREE POINT GOALS — NF: Canter (4), Jones, Basco (2). REL: Calhoun (4), Tankersley.

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Robert E. Lee 38, Mesquite Poteet 35

Mesquite Poteet 12 6 8 9 — 35

Robert E. Lee 7 6 15 10 — 38

MESQUITE POTEET — R. Gaines, 4; McNeal, 2; N. Gaines, 5; Vaughn, 13; Murphy, 2; Evans, 2; Duckett, 4; Donahue, 3.

ROBERT E. LEE — Christian Boone, 5; Tankersley, 21; Johnston, 8; Tucker Boyd, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS — MP: Vaughn, Donahue. REL: Boone, Tankersley (5), Johnston (2).

RECORDS — Robert E. Lee 13-4.

NEXT UP — Robert E. Lee vs. South Garland-Austin High winner, 11 a.m. today.

Indians, Maidens sweep games in Frankston Classic

FRANKSTON — Corey Warren scored 23 points and Kendrick Rogers added 11 as Frankston scored a 49-40 win over Malakoff on Friday in the Frankston Classic.

Mallory Winkler hit for 20 points and Latesha Gray added 10 as the Frankston Maidens scored a 55-25 win over Malakoff in the Frankston Girls Basketball Classic.

In another game, Patrick McCarthy had a game-high 13 points as the Brownsboro Bears defeated the Alba-Golden Panthers, 55-31.

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Frankston Classic

Boys

Frankston 49, Malakoff 40

Malakoff 8 10 9 13 — 40

Frankston 7 16 16 10 — 49

MALAKOFF — Gibbons, 2; Dowell, 12; Manning, 3; Hornbuckle, 5; Ross, 10; Dowell, 8.

FRANKSTON — Ozzie Buckner, 2; Cole Shoemaker, 5; Gage Hart, 2; Corey Warren, 23; Kendrick Rogers, 11; Tye Griffin, 6.

THREE POINT GOALS — M: Dowell (2), Hornbuckle. F: Shoemaker.

RECORDS — Frankston 11-7.

NEXT UP — Harmony at Frankston, 4 p.m. Jan. 4.

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Girls

Frankston 55, Malakoff 25

Malakoff 8 5 6 6 — 25

Frankston 21 15 8 11 — 55

MALAKOFF — Perez, 1; Thomas, 4; Brookins, 4; Reed, 6; T. Jackson, 2; P. Jackson, 8.

FRANKSTON — McKenzie, 4; Gray, 10; Sabulsky, 2; Bagley, 8; Cooper, 2; Kummer, 5; Booth, 4; Winkler, 20.

THREE POINT GOALS — M: none. F: Winkler (4).

RECORDS — Frankston 10-10.

NEXT UP — Harmony at Frankston, 2:30 p.m. Jan. 4.

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Boys

Brownsboro 55, Alba-Golden 31

Alba-Golden 2 15 11 3 — 31

Brownsboro 9 16 14 16 — 55

ALBA-GOLDEN — Miller, 7; Cockrum, 3; Wessert, 2; Dean, 1; Raymond, 3; Taylor, 3; Bowdoin, 12.

BROWNSBORO — Will Bailey, 9; Blake Ralson, 6; Davonte Givens, 7; Patrick McCarthy, 13; Jared Bragdon, 8; Romero Brown, 4; Clay McCoy, 3; Quinten McKenzie, 4; Kevin Elder, 1.

THREE POINT GOALS — AG: Miller. B: Bailey, Ralson (2), McCoy.

RECORDS — Brownsboro 14-5.

NEXT UP — Brownsboro at Wills Point, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 3.

Overton, West Rusk meet for Overton tourney championship

OVERTON — The Overton Lady Mustangs and the West Rusk Lady Raiders will play for the championship of the Overton Girls Basketball Tournament today.

The title game is scheduled for 6 p.m.

West Rusk and Garrison will meet in the boys championship game at 7:30 p.m. today.

The remainder of the girls schedule includes: Consolation, Cross Roads vs. Arp, 9 a.m.; Fifth Place, New Diana vs. Gary, noon; and Third Place, Beckville vs. Waskom, 3 p.m.

The remainder of the boys schedule includes: Consolation, Cross Roads vs. Arp, 10:30 a.m.; Fifth Place, Gary vs. Bloomberg, 1:30 p.m.; and Third Place, Overton vs. Cushing, 4:30 p.m.

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Overton Girls Tournament

West Rusk 47, New Diana 38

New Diana 1 13 11 13 — 38

West Rusk 4 14 20 13 — 47

NEW DIANA — Loeza, 2; Smith, 1; Turman, 13; Niles-Abbas, 3; Hendricks, 19.

WEST RUSK — Malorie Herron, 8; Shelby Linton, 7; Tierney Reddic, 14; Sarah Buckner, 10; Tamara Abercrombie, 5; Tierra Wilson, 3.

THREE POINT GOALS — ND: Addus. WR: Herron (2), Linton.

West Rusk 46, Beckville 31

Beckville 6 6 5 14 — 31

West Rusk 7 14 12 13 — 46

BECKVILLE — Brevard, 2; Bradford, 16; Ricke, 5; Woodall, 7; Dennis, 1.

WEST RUSK — Herron, 8; Linton, 7; Reddic, 10; Buckner, 11; Abercrombie, 4; Wilson, 6.

THREE POINT GOALS — B: Woodall (2). WR: Herron (2).

RECORDS — West Rusk 16-4.

NEXT UP — West Rusk vs. Overton, 6 p.m. today, Championship Game.

Rains in tourney final

LEONARD — The Rains Lady Wildcats will play the Alba-Golden Lady Panthers in the championship game tonight of the Leonard Girls Basketball Tournament.

Tipoff is 7 p.m.

In the quarterfinals, Klara Bradshaw hit for 24 points as Rains beat Pottsboro 51-40.

Rains (13-9) scored a 59-49 win over host Leonard in the semifinals.

Bradshaw led Rains with 23 points, while Molly Carista and Cortney Andreson added 10 points each.

Whitehouse stops Bearettes

BROWNSBORO — Kenslie Dews scored 15 points to lead Whitehouse to a 43-30 win over Brownsboro on Friday in the Brownsboro Bearette Doubleheader.

Briana Warren led the Bearettes with nine points.

In the other varsity game, Palestine Westwood downed Van, 53-43.

The JV scores were: Whitehouse 21, Brownsboro 6; and Van 37, Westwood 30.

The freshmen scores were: Whitehouse 27, Brownsboro 22, OT; and Canton 18, Van 15.

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Brownsboro Bearette Doubleheader

Whitehouse 43, Brownsboro 30

Whitehouse 9 7 12 15 — 43

Brownsboro 8 7 9 6 — 30

WHITEHOUSE — Dews, 15; Tauscher, 7; Stewart, 6; Melton, 4; Taylor, 2; Phelps, 1; Ates, 8.

BROWNSBORO — Reagan Allen, 4; Shelbie Bagby, 7; Victoria Walker, 4; Sidney Hightower, 6; Briana Warren, 9.

THREE POINT GOALS — W: Dews (3), Tauscher (2), Stewart. B: Allen, Bagby.

RECORDS — Brownsboro 12-7.

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Westwood 53, Van 43

Westwood 19 8 13 13 — 53

Van 11 8 6 11 — 43

WESTWOOD — Nauls, 8; Benson, 14; Hatten, 4; Thomas, 5; Munz, 12; Boles, 10.

VAN — Carter, 14; Sutton, 2; Johns, 2; Thompson, 14; Preston, 4; Jones, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS — W: Nauls (2), Munz (2). V: Carter.

Hawkins sweeps games

HAWKINS — The Hawkins teams swept a pair of basketball games in the Hawkins Classic on Friday.

In the girls game, the Lady Hawks defeated Gladewater JV 61-22.

Cassidy Jennings (15 points), Alisha Taylor (13) and Jessica Taylor (10) were all in double figures for Hawkins.

The Hawks, behind Hunter Fair (12 points) and Noah Burwell (11), scored a 50-36 win over Union Grove.

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Girls

Hawkins 61, Gladewater JV 22

Hawkins 20 16 11 14 — 61

Gladewater 4 5 9 4 — 22

HAWKINS — Abby Davis, 6; Haley Boyd, 2; Bre Lemons, 9; Keiara Lemons, 2; Jessica Taylor, 10; Cassidy Jennings, 15; Alisha Taylor, 13; Jaci Ledkins, 4.

GLADEWATER — Parker, 3; Goodwyn, 10; Garner, 2; K. Duncan, 7.

THREE POINT GOALS — H: Jennings (5), A. Taylor. G: None.

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Boys

Hawkins 50, Union Grove 36

Union Grove 2 15 4 15 — 36

Hawkins 11 15 17 7 — 50

UNION GROVE — Wills, 2; Cotten, 2; Owens, 16; Gibson, 10; Thompson, 2; Rogers, 4.

HAWKINS — Justin Davenport, 5; Hunter Fair, 12; Noah Burwell, 11; Lavon Davis, 9; Demarcus Wesley, 8; Derek Craft, 5.

THREE POINT GOALS — UG: Owens (2). H: Davenport, Fair (2), Burwell.

NEXT UP — Hawkins at West Rusk, Jan. 4.

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Sunnyvale Girls Tournament

Edgewood 52, Triple A Academy 44

Edgewood 9 12 12 19 — 52

Triple A 14 12 13 5 — 44

EDGEWOOD — Cortney Holmes, 8; Allison Lewis, 5; Hannah Jameson, 7; Micaela Brown, 8; Paige Parker, 12; Destini Warren, 12;

TRIPLE A — Browning, 15; Williams, 9; Bell, 16; Bracie, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS — E: Lewis, Jameson, Brown. TAA: Browning (3), Williams (2).

RECORDS — Edgewood 14-4.

NEXT UP — Edgewood vs. Trinity Christian Academy, 1:30 p.m. today, Championship Game.

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Martins Mill Boys Tournament

Canton 64, Martins Mill 54

Canton 11 19 10 24 — 64

Martins Mill 14 12 8 20 — 54

CANTON — Jared Grace, 12; Kelby Nixon, 12; Chandler Eiland, 16; Ryan Anderson, 9; Jona Wilson, 2; Brad Wiggins, 5; Reese Frusch, 8.

MARTINS MILL — July Latimer, 19; Cody Wilson, 4; Davis Moore, 21; Hunter Conway, 5; Logan Jenkins, 1; Dylan Weatherford, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS — C: Grace, Nixon (2), Eiland (2), Wiggins. MM: Latimer (5), Wilson, Moore (5).

RECORDS — Martins Mill 11-6.

NEXT UP — Tatum vs. Martins Mill, 12:30 p.m. today.

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Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill

Girls Tournament

Gilmer 75, North Boston 62

Gilmer 8 30 21 16 — 75

North Boston 14 14 20 14 — 62

GILMER — Ashlyn Ray, 20; Jasmin Jones, 16; Diamond Shaw, 15; Tivia Johnson, 9; Christian Brown, 7; Maci Ritter, 4; Kiera Edwards, 4.

NORTH BOSTON — Copeland, 18; Thompson, 13; Crowder, 11; Estell, 6; Sanders, 4; Madill, 5; McClarren, 3; Humble, 2.

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Gilmer 33, Atlanta 32

Gilmer 6 12 6 9 — 33

Atlanta 10 5 8 9 — 32

GILMER — Shaw, 8; Jones, 6; Ray, 6; Brown, 5; Jameekia Homer, 4; Johnson, 4.

ATLANTA — Rowe, 10; Hall, 10; Jones, 5; Birmingham, 3; Washington, 2; Thomas, 2.

NEXT UP — Gilmer vs. TBD, 11:30 a.m. today.

Lyons has triple-double as Athens captures third in Kaufman

KAUFMAN — Courtland Lyons registered a triple-double, leading Athens to third place in the Kaufman Holiday Tournament on Friday.

Lyons had 15 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists as the Hornets defeated Forney, 90-79.

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Kaufman Holiday Tournament

Dallas Christian 59, Athens 34

Athens 6 10 10 8 — 34

D. Christian 23 12 12 12 — 59

ATHENS — Shelton, 4; R. Jefferson, 13; Crist, 10; Roberts, 3; Fuller, 2; Tanner, 2; C. Jefferson, 2.

DALLAS CHRISTIAN — Baker, 9; Cannon, 7; Weaver, 2; Morgan, 2; Marten, 6; Nelson, 14; Coloin, 3; Walker, 2; Craig, 14.

THREE POINT GOALS — A: R. Jefferson, Christ. DC: Cannon.

Athens 90, Forney 79

Athens 25 23 23 19 — 90

Forney 20 29 13 17 — 79

ATHENS — Taylor, 26; Shelton, 2; Lyons, 15; R. Jefferson, 22; Crist, 10; Garrett, 13; Fuller, 2.

FORNEY — Johnson, 4; J. Tilley, 6; White, 1; Morrow, 17; Fanning, 13; Rucker, 4; Trzydorowski, 7; Collins, 16; Cheeks, 5; Wafford, 2; Watson, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS — A: none. F: Morrow (3), Fanning (2), Collins (2).

RECORDS — Athens 12-10.

NEXT UP — Athens at Mexia, Jan. 4.