Brook Hill sweeps Dallas First Baptist

Published on Wednesday, 30 January 2013 00:43 - Written by Doc Smith

BULLARD — The Brook Hill Guard avenged their only district loss in resounding fashion with a 72-47 win over Dallas First Baptist Academy in boys TAPPS 4-3A action Tuesday night at the Herrington Sports Complex.

The Lady Guard made it a sweep, winning the earlier girls matchup 52-16.

Both teams will continue district play on Friday night as they travel to Richardson to play Canyon Creek. The girls will tip off at 6 p.m. with the boys varsity to follow at 7:30 p.m.


Brook Hill 72, First Baptist 47

Brook Hill’s Chase McDermott was a man on a mission, scoring 40 points in the dominating win for the Guard.

McDermott had 19 points at the half as Brook Hill took a 36-16 lead into the break.

McDermott made 11 of 15 free throws to add to his total, going 6-of-7 in the final quarter before head coach Wally Dawkins brought on the second team.

Brook Hill point guard Grant Hanks scored 12 of his 16 points in the opening half, nailing three treys in the contest to get the Guard off to a 23-10 score after one period.

First Baptist was led by Josh Johnson (14 points) and Garrett Black (10 points).

TAPPS District 4-3A Boys

At Herrington Sports Complex

Brook Hill 72, Dallas First Baptist 47

First Baptist 10 6 15 16 — 47

Brook Hill 23 13 17 19 — 72

FIRST BAPTIST — Sumner Rogers, 8; Jeremy Brooks, 2; Garrett Black, 10; Josh Johnson, 14; Phillip Cooper, 8; Justin Lovvorn, 5.

BROOK HILL — Alex Hale, 3; Grant Hanks,16; Chase McDermott, 40; Jake Anderson, 2; Phillip Kitt, 4; Luke Humphries, 1; Bryant Robinson, 2; Malik Allen, 2; Mason Dickey, 2.

THREE-POINT GOALS — FB: Black, Johnson, Lovvorn. BH: Hanks 3, McDermott, Hale.

RECORDS — First Baptist 12-7 (3-2); Brook Hill 14-10 (4-1).

NEXT UP — Brook Hill at Richardson Canyon Creek, 7:30 p.m. Friday.


Brook Hill 52, First Baptist 16

Freshman Charlie Niles scored 13 points but got plenty of help from the team en route to the runaway win.

Freshman point guard Morgan Moss added 12 points, while sophomore post Samantha Anderson scored 12 points and added 12 rebounds to help improve Brook Hill to 11-9 overall and 3-2 in district.

Niles made the first basket of the second quarter to give Brook Hill an 11-1 advantage.

Later in the third quarter, a rebound and putback by Anderson made it a 26-6 affair before settling in with a 34-8 lead with one quarter left.

The lone senior, Alyssa Eden, scored six points and made two free throws early in the final period to up the lead to 40-10. Niles scored eight of her points in the final period before Moss sank two charity tosses to widen the gap to 50-13 with 1:11 left in the game.

First Baptist turned the ball over 31 times due to a tenacious Lady Guard defense that limited First Baptist to two second quarter baskets. The Lady Saints were led in scoring by three players with three points apiece; Tatianna Abeni, Alyssa Wood and Kristen Anderson.

TAPPS District 4-3A Girls

Brook Hill 52, Dallas First Baptist 16

First Baptist 1 5 2 8 — 16

Brook Hill 9 9 16 18 — 52

FIRST BAPTIST — Tatianna Abeni, 3; Alyssa Wood, 3; Kristen Anderson, 3; Rachel Johnson, 2; Breanne Kurtz, 2; Katy Taylor, 2; Sydney Curry, 1.

BROOK HILL — Morgan Moss, 12; Morgan Fore, 5; Samantha Anderson, 12; Charlie Niles, 13; Alyssa Eden, 6; Emily Webb, 4.


RECORDS — First Baptist 1-13 (1-9); Brook Hill 11-9 (3-2).

NEXT UP — Brook Hill at Richardson Canyon Creek, 6 p.m. Friday.