ALL SAINTS 77, NECHES 59
The All Saints Trojans unleashed a three-point barrage to defeat Neches on Tuesday in a non-district boys game at Brookshire Gym.
All Saints (1-0) connected on 9 treys in its 77-59 victory. Harrison Kirkpatrick connected on three from downtown with Levi McCasland also hitting two 3-pointers as part of his game-high 23 points.
Other leaders for All Saints in the win were Scottie Turner (16) and Mason Embry (11).
The Trojans will next compete in the Austin Brentwood Tournament. All Saints is scheduled to face Abilene Christian at 3 p.m. Thursday in Austin.
KING’S ACADEMY 83, LONGVIEW CHRISTIAN 71
Senior Karson Sutsch hit for 41 points in leading King’s Academy to an 83-71 win over the Longview Christian Eagles on Monday at the Knights’ gym.
Sutsch added 20 rebounds in his monster game, along with six assists and two blocks.
Seth Ballou had a near triple double for the Knights with 12 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists. Ethan Montgomery added 15 points, five rebounds and five assists, while William Bertles added 10 points.
The teams play again on Friday as the Knights travel to Longview to meet the Eagles. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m.
FRANKSTON 44, CAYUGA 34
FRANKSTON - Frankston (1-0) traveled to Cayuga to defeat the Wildcats 44-34 on their home turf Tuesday night. Leading Frankston to victory were JT Tipton (16), Boogie Krakca (8) and Dylan Willis (8).
Frankston will be back on the road on to Bullard on Friday.
CHAPEL HILL 64, NACOGDOCHES 57
NACOGDOCHES - Teon Erwin hit for 19 points and Chyason Wright had a timely steal and layup to clinch the game as Chapel Hill scored a 64-57 win over Nacogdoches Tuesday night in a boys basketball opener.
Cade Williams added 15 points with Devin Taylor dishing out 16 assists for the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs play in the New Summerfield Tournament beginning Thursday and on Monday meet Texas High at Tyler Junior College’s Wagstaff Gymnasium. Tipoff is scheduled for 6 p.m.
MARTINSVILLE 57, SLOCUM 46
MARTINSVILLE - Slocum was able to stay with Martinsville for the first quarter, but couldn’t sustain in and ultimately came up short 57-46 Tuesday in a non-district game. Lane and Hunt combined for 27 of Slocum’s points which will next face Eustace in the Slocum Tournament at 1:20 p.m. Thursday.