HS Hoops Roundup, Jan. 11: Thompson, David lift Lady Raiders

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ROCKWALL β€” Robert E. Lee closed out the first half of district play with a much-needed 51-30 win Friday over Rockwall-Heath.

DaJah Thompson and Emem David imposed their will in the paint with Thompson leading all players with 18 points and David finishing in double figures with 10 points.

β€œBoth Emem and DaJah dominated the boards tonight,” said Lee coach Lloyd Mahaffey. β€œI wouldn’t be surprised if they both had double-doubles. Really, the whole team played well.”

The victory gave Lee (12-15, 2-4) its second District 12-5A win as it reached the midway point. Rockwall-Heath dropped to 7-14 and 0-6.

Lee trailed 11-8 after the first period and held a slim two-point advantage at halftime.

β€œWe made some adjustments at halftime and the kids responded to it and we worked the inside game really well in the third quarter and it paid off for us,” Mahaffey said. β€œWe slowed things down and ran our half-court offense more. We suited up only seven players because of injuries and we were able to overcome that.”

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Robert E. Lee 51, Rockwall-Heath 30

Robert E. Lee 8 10 21 12 β€” 51

Rockwall-Heath 11 6 11 2 β€” 30

ROBERT E. LEE β€” Berjae Lewis, 10; Shreece Pryor, 2; Alex Thorne, 3; Tree Brooks, 6; DaJah Thompson, 18; Emem David, 12.

ROCKWALL-HEATH β€” C. McCallen, 1; D. Dell, 1; K. Webster, 12; J. Mitchell, 6; S. Keith, 2; G. Johnson, 4; J. Turner, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” L: None. RH: Webster (2).

RECORDS β€” Robert E. Lee 12-15 (2-4); Rockwall-Heath 7-14 (0-6)

NEXT UP β€” Lee at North Mesquite, 7 p.m. Friday

TAPPS 2-4A Girls

Bishop Gorman 60, Dallas Shelton 9

Susannah Williams and Michelle Obach each scored 15 as the Lady Crusaders strolled to a 51-point win, setting up a showdown on Tuesday at fellow 2012 final four participant Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill.

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Shelton 2 1 3 3 β€” 9

Gorman 22 11 15 12 β€” 60

SHELTON β€” Tase, 2; Bonigiollo, 2; Walters, 2; Copeland, 3.

GORMAN β€” Brooke Lee, 5; Allie Buzbee, 9; Michelle Obach, 15; Abbie Guevara, 6; Mandie VanderVorst, 1; Susannah Williams, 15; Danielle Smith, 8; Courtney Fergerson, 1.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” DS: Copeland. BG: Buzbee.

RECORDS β€” Dallas Shelton 7-15 (0-1); Bishop Gorman 21-3 (2-0).

NEXT UP β€” Bishop Gorman at Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill 42, Grace Community 33

The Lady Tigers used a 16-7 second quarter to secure a 42-33 win.

Megan Raborar had seven points and seven steals to lead Grace. Also playing well for the Lady Cougars were Rebekah Provines (six points, five rebounds, four assists, two blocks) Bethany Kimmey (two points, five rebounds, four assists, three steals) and Catherine Rook (six points, nine rebounds, two blocks.

Rounding out the scoring for Grace were Kylie Stinson (six), Taylor Kingsley (five) and Kandice West (one).

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TC-CH 10 16 6 10 β€” 42

Grace 8 7 8 10 β€” 33

RECORDS β€” TC-CH 11-9 (2-0); Grace 7-16 (0-2).

NEXT UP β€” Bishop Gorman at TC-CH, 6 p.m. Tuesday; Grace at Dallas Shelton, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

TAPPS 2-4A Boys

Bishop Gorman 40, Dallas Shelton 28

Behind 15 points from Brandon Lackner and 12 more from Sean Goforth, the Crusaders won the matchup of two of the last TAPPS 2-4A teams to start district play.

The Chargers had a bye on Tuesday and Gorman’s game against Carrollton Prince of Peace was postponed.

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Shelton 8 4 10 6 β€” 28

Gorman 15 9 8 8 β€” 40

SHELTON β€” Luce, 3; Guta, 2; Loewinshoe, 9; Dicaro, 12; Walters, 2.

GORMAN β€” Patrick Droder, 2; Sean Goforth, 12; Chris Danly, 3; Brandon Lackner, 15; Ben Ashworth, 8.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” DS: None. BG: Goforth, Ashworth.

JV SCORE β€” Bishop Gorman 45, Dallas Shelton 30.

RECORDS β€” Dallas Shelton 10-10 (0-1); Bishop Gorman 12-9 (1-0).

NEXT UP β€” Grace Community at Dallas Shelton, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Bishop Gorman at Trinity Christian, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

All Saints 78, Waco Reicher 25

The Trojans had 11 players on the scoresheet in a 53-point rout of the Cougars, led by 14 from Brice Borgeson.

Aston Francis (12) and Spencer Ball (11) also scored in double digits for All Saints.

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TAPPS 2-4A

All Saints 78, Waco Reicher 25

Reicher 4 4 6 11 β€” 25

All Saints 19 22 14 23 β€” 78

REICHER β€” Darden, 6; Seaton, 2; Kostecka, 8; McSwain, 9.

ALL SAINTS β€” Trevor Long, 4; Aston Francis, 12; Collin Walker, 7; William Alexander, 2; Ruben DeLong, 7; Luke Lee, 4; Clayton Smith, 4; Spencer Ball, 11; Jaired Maddox, 9; Cameron Huckabee, 4; Brice Borgeson, 14.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” WR: McSwain (2). AS: Francis, Maddox.

RECORDS β€” Reicher 3-11 (0-2); All Saints 19-8 (1-1).

NEXT UP β€” Carrollton Prince of Peace at Reicher, 7:30 p.m.; All Saints at Grace, 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill 72, Grace Community 58

The Tigers scored 48 first-half points en route to the 72-58 win Friday.

The Cougars (10-9, 1-1 TAPPS 2-4A) won the second half, however, getting 21 points from Verlo Levels and 17 from Andrew Melhart. Phillip McKinney added 13 rebounds and nine assists for Grace.

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TC-CH 23 23 17 9 β€” 72

Grace 7 15 17 19 β€” 58

RECORDS β€” TC-CH 13-9 (2-0); Grace 10-9 (1-1).

NEXT UP β€” Bishop Gorman at TC-CH, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday; Grace at Dallas Shelton, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

GIRLS BOX SCORES

TAPPS 2-4A

Waco Reicher 56, All Saints 29

Reicher 11 26 8 11 β€” 56

All Saints 5 4 6 14 β€” 29

REICHER β€” Alders, 5; Benton, 8; Schute, 10; Garcia, 4; DePalma, 4; Canales, 4; Marshall, 7; Toben, 8; Mediloa, 4; Childs, 2.

ALL SAINTS β€” Madison Park, 3; Kendall Rhodus, 3; Sarah Bracken, 1; Sarah Smith, 6; Gabby Bosworth, 4; Sydney Barrett, 12.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” None.

RECORDS β€” Reicher 20-3, (2-0); All Saints 2-16 (0-2).

NEXT UP β€” Carrollton Prince of Peace at Reicher, 6 p.m. Tuesday; All Saints at Grace Community, 6 p.m. Friday.

TAPP 4-3A

Bullard Brook Hill 57, Dallas First Baptist 18

Brook Hill 16 13 10 18 β€” 57

First Baptist 1 10 1 6 β€” 18

BROOK HILL β€” Morgan Moss, 21; Avery Langemeier, 12; Samantha Anderson, 13; Charlie Niles, 4; Alyssa Eden, 7.

FIRST BAPTIST β€” Abeni, 3; Wood, 2; Smith, 1; Gutierrez, 2; Johnson, 2; Kurtz, 1; Curry, 5; Anderson, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” BH: Moss (3), Langemeier. DFB: None.

RECORDS β€” Brook Hill 9-6 (1-0); Dallas First Baptist (0-1).

NEXT UP β€” Richardson Canyon Creek at Brook Hill, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

District 15-3A

Mineola 62, Canton 43

Canton 19 9 9 6 β€” 43

Mineola 18 18 14 12 β€” 62

CANTON β€” Raitz, 6; Childers, 1; Elliot, 8; Smith, 12; Wilkerson, 14; C. Parker, 3; Nelson, 4; Reynolds, 5.

MINEOLA β€” Ali Galaz, 8; Marisa Ledkins, 7; Sister Green, 10; Jordan Dawson, 21; Peyton Stevens, 7; Kelsey Green, 5.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” C: Raitz, Elliot, Smith (2). M: None.

RECORDS β€” Canton (1-2); Mineola 22-3 (3-0).

NEXT UP β€” Mineola at Athens, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

District 16-3A

Gilmer 56, Spring Hill 36

Gilmer 5 20 13 18 β€” 56

Spring Hill 3 8 12 13 β€” 36

GILMER β€” Jasmin Jones, 15; Ashlyn Ray, 4; Diamond Shaw, 11; Maci Ritter, 2; Jameekia Homer, 12; Christian Brown, 12.

SPRING HILL β€” Popelar, 17; Brown, 3; Fleet, 2; Robbins, 2; White, 11; Harris, 1.

District 18-2A

Hawkins 60, Winona 42

Hawkins 13 12 21 14 β€” 60

Winona 13 8 9 12 β€” 42

HAWKINS β€” Abby Davis, 4; Keiara Lemons, 6; Jessica Taylor, 13; Cassidy Jennings, 10; Alisha Taylor, 19; Jaci Ledkins, 8.

WINONA β€” A. Lanningham, 2; B. Machiavello, 8; J. Gulley, 19; K. Moore, 2; D. Crawford, 9; S. Virgil, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” H: Jennings (3). W: Gulley, Crawford (3).

RECORDS β€” Hawkins (5-2).

District 14-2A

Winnsboro 51, Edgewood 47

Winnsboro 10 12 12 17 β€” 51

Edgewood 15 5 15 12 β€” 47

WINNSBORO β€” Hannah Pinnell, 9; Mackenzie Swanner, 9; Danie Mabry, 12; Reagan Johnson, 14; Bailey Swanner, 7.

EDGEWOOD β€” Cortney Holmes, 11; Hannah Jameson, 1; Micaela Brown, 18; Chey Robert, 8; Destini Warren, 5.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” W: Pinnell, Mabry (2), Johnson (4), Swanner. E: Holmes, Brown (2).

JV SCORE β€” Winnsboro 50, Edgewood 28.

RECORDS β€” Winnsboro (6-1); Edgewood 16-7 (5-2).

NEXT UP β€” Edgewood at Alba-Golden, 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.

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Alba-Golden 46, Quitman 17

Quitman 3 7 4 3 β€” 17

Alba-Golden 9 20 11 6 β€” 46

QUITMAN β€” D. Houck, 4; Harris, 6; T. Houck, 4; Hutchlings, 2; Medlin, 1.

ALBA-GOLDEN β€” C. Lennon, 4; Barnhart, 2; Carter, 9; Moffett, 5; Williams, 3; Arrington, 23.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” Q: None. AG: Arrington (5).

RECORDS β€” Alba-Golden 20-5 (6-1).

NEXT UP β€” Edgewood at Alba-Golden, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

District 17-1A Div. I

Martins Mill 58, Overton 29

Martins Mill 19 10 10 19 β€” 58

Overton 9 4 7 9 β€” 29

MARTINS MILL β€” July Latimer, 6; Cody Wilson, 8; Davis Moore, 19; Micah Bragdon, 4; Drew Ingram, 6; Hunter Conway, 6; Caleb Hayes, 8; Dylan Weatherford, 1.

OVERTON β€” Browne, 3; D. Dennis, 3; J. Dennis, 2; Luster, 9; Kelly, 12.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” MM: Latimer, Wilson (2), Moore (5), Hayes (2). O: Luster.

RECORDS β€” Martins Mill 14-8 (5-0).

NEXT UP β€” Harleton at Martins Mill, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

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Martins Mill 66, Overton 25

Martins Mill 16 21 17 12 β€” 66

Overton 9 2 6 8 β€” 25

MARTINS MILL β€” Brianne Miller, 3; Taylor Munns, 2; Haily Jenkins, 37; Cheyenne Brown, 21; Madi Daniel, 1; Meagan Weatherford, 2.

OVERTON β€” Abby Mackey, 3; Jiamesia Young, 8; Savannah Bobbitt, 3; Shamanna Adkins, 2; Sydney Hardin, 3; Laci Dorsey, 2; Nekia Chappell, 2; Heather Raney, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” MM: Miller, Jenkins (3). O: None.

JV SCORE β€” Martins Mill 27, Overton 2.

RECORDS β€” Martins Mill 21-4 (6-0); Overton 18-5 (5-1).

NEXT UP β€” Overton at Beckville, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

BOYS BOX SCORES

District 17-3A

Chapel Hill 42, Kilgore 39

Kilgore 5 11 13 10 β€” 39

Chapel Hill 4 16 11 11 β€” 42

KILGORE β€” Ganoa, 2; Davis, 8; Justice, 7; Teralez, 7; Thomas, 6; Conrad, 9.

CHAPEL HILL β€” Keilon Moore, 2; Kavondre Wallace, 2; DJ Sammons, 3; Gabriel Robinson, 3; Michael Harris, 19; Julius Hill, 13.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” K: Conrad. CH: Sammons.

FRESHMEN SCORE β€” Chapel Hill 29, Kilgore 18.

JV SCORE β€” Chapel Hill 37, Kilgore 32.

RECORDS β€” Chapel Hill 15-7 (5-0).

NEXT UP β€” Chapel Hill at Gladewater, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

District 15-3A

Canton 49, Mineola 44

Canton 16 8 11 14 β€” 49

Mineola 11 14 12 7 β€” 44

CANTON β€” Grace, 5; Nixon, 14; Eiland, 4; Anderson, 17; Wiggins, 5; Frosch, 4.

MINEOLA β€” Goldthorn, 2; McCalla, 12; Rumsfield, 2; Stephens, 4; Wooten, 10; Stubblefield, 10; Sneed, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” C: Grace, Nixon (4), Anderson, Wiggins. M: McCalla, Stubblefield.

JV SCORE β€” Mineola 61, Canton 47.

RECORDS β€” Canton 13-10 (1-0); Mineola 16-6 (0-1).

NEXT UP β€” Brownsboro at Canton, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

District 18-2A

Troup 49, Frankston 47

Troup 11 12 7 19 β€” 49

Frankston 11 12 12 12 β€” 47

TROUP β€” Lacy, 14; Ross, 3; Clark, 10; Stewart, 7; Kincade, 5; Rollins, 2; Lynch, 2; Thompson, 6.

FRANKSTON β€” Ozzie Buckner, 9; Cole Shoemaker, 2; Corey Warren, 11; Kendrick Rogers, 12; Larry Thompson, 6; Tye Griffin, 7.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” T: Lacy, Ross, Clark, Stewart, Kincade. F: Buckner.

JV SCORE β€” Frankston 28, Troup 24.

RECORDS β€” Troup 13-9 (5-0); Frankston 13-8 (4-1).

NEXT UP β€” Sabine at Frankston, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

District 14-2A

Quitman 58, Alba-Golden 55, OT

Quitman 13 9 11 18 9 β€” 58

Alba-Golden 12 15 6 13 6 β€” 55

QUITMAN β€” Austin White, 16; Evan Henry, 14; Jake Jackson, 12; Lenzie Foley, 9; Jonathan Haskett, 4; Jacob Hurley, 3.

ALBA-GOLDEN β€” Miller, 17; Taylor, 9; Weissert, 8; Whitaker, 6; Cockrum, 6; Bowdoin, 4; Bean, 5.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” Q: Henry. AG: Weissert (2).

RECORDS β€” Quitman 12-7 (3-2); Alba-Golden (0-5).

NEXT UP β€” Quitman at Lone Oak, 7 p.m. Tuesday.

District 18-1A Div. I

Cayuga 117, Hubbard 51

Hubbard 11 15 11 14 β€” 51

Cayuga 38 33 26 20 β€” 117

HUBBARD β€” Johnson, 2; Simmons, 18; Walker, 1; Martin, 2; Hawthorne, 9; Williams, 1; Henderson, 12; Gillham, 2; Harris, 4.

CAYUGA β€” D’onte Jackson, 3; Chandler Rigdon, 31; Wesley Rigdon, 12; Trayce Howard, 2; Dion Shofner, 27; Preston Anderson, 30; Brayden Walthall, 2; Don Holly, 10.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” H: Simmons (2), Hawthorne (2). C: Rigdon (7), Anderson (5).

JV SCORE β€” Cayuga 48, Hubbard 20.

RECORDS β€” Hubbard 10-7 (0-1); Cayuga 15-6 (1-0).

NEXT UP β€” Crossroads at Cayuga, 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Junior Varsity

Lee Red 65, Heath 48

Heath 11 13 15 9 β€” 48

Lee 17 8 22 18 β€” 65

HEATH β€” Smith, 8; Stover, 11; Stricklin, 3; Knostman, 6; Helms, 9; Hill, 2; South, 9.

LEE β€” Kevin Ramsey, 15; Jogene Aguilar, 6; Demodrick Barker, 13; D’Verius Taylor, 2; Robert Pulliam, 2; John Davis, 11; Rico Major, 11; Matthew Weeks, 5.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” H: Stover (2), Knostman (2), Helms (3) L: Ramsey (2), Aguilar, Davis (3).

NEXT UP β€” North Mesquite at Lee, 5 p.m. Friday.

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John Tyler 40, Nacogdoches 39

John Tyler 10 4 14 12 β€” 40

Nacogdoches 11 9 8 11 β€” 39

JOHN TYLER β€” Nick Cain, 2; Jeremy Wilson, 2; Ja’Khari Lewis, 9; Chester Vaughn, 2; Tavion Teal, 6; Jacob Owens-Bush, 4; Geovari McCollister, 10; J’Michael Jasper, 3.

NACOGDOCHES β€” JJ, 1; Taylor, 8; Francisco, 15; Tay, 3; Delton, 2; Tucker, 8; Team, 2.

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All Saints 61, Waco Reicher 34

Reicher 9 11 4 10 β€” 34

All Saints 17 14 16 14 β€” 61

REICHER β€” Dwyer, 6; Conners, 14; Houde, 1; Plesk, 4; Polansky, 4; Muhl, 3; McVan, 2.

ALL SAINTS β€” Jake Johnson, 2; Logan Bradford, 2; Jarod Pamatmat, 1; Gill Clements, 25; Sam Walker, 2; Clayton Smith, 9; Brad Luziette, 10; Chris Williams, 6; K.J. Bickham, 4.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” None.

RECORDS β€” Reicher (0-2); All Saints 11-6 (1-1).

Freshmen

Lee Red 85, Heath 51

Heath 9 14 11 17 β€” 51

Lee 25 15 17 18 β€” 85

HEATH β€” Hasley, 3; Niestocked, 14; Clark, 3; Burton, 6; Miller, 7; Meno, 9; Leonard, 9.

LEE β€” Treston Cross, 3; Isjuwan Barker, 8; Quintas Cooper, 2; Zach Hall, 6; Jordan Berry, 22; Greg Calhoun, 4; Kerry Dotson, 12; Patrick Pulliam, 0; Quardaraiz Wadley, 11; John Samples, 10; Zach Carder, 7.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” H: Niestocked (2), Clark, Burton (2), Miller, Meno, Leonard. L: Cross, Berry.

NEXT UP β€” North Mesquite at Lee, 5 p.m. Friday.

John Tyler 67, Nacogdoches 27

John Tyler 13 15 22 17 β€” 67

Nacogdoches 4 8 4 11 β€” 27

JOHN TYLER β€” R. Quintero, 2; K. Henderson, 10; R. Hill, 10; D. Gloss, 6; K. Harris, 2; C. Gray, 6; Z. Smith, 10; D. Whitaker, 3; C. Johnson, 7; J. Beavers, 11.

NACOGDOCHES β€” Tyler, 11; Schraeder, 4; McClinton, 4; Wilson, 6; Yarborough, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS β€” JT: Gloss. N: Tyler.

RECORDS β€” John Tyler 5-10 (1-0); Nacogdoches (0-1).