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January 13, 2010

Golden Circle Basketball Box scores

BOYS

Tuesday’s Results

District 16-4A

Ennis 73, Corsicana 35

Corsicana 7 8 11 9 — 35

Ennis 23 14 21 15 — 73

Corsicana: Hunter Denbow 2, Antonie Chaney 16, J.T. Alexander 1, Hunter 4, Christian Hines 9, Devin Zalace 2, Gabe Biltz 1.

Ennis: Hearne 6, Randel 3, Smith 5, Florence 10, Mason 13, Goodwin 12,

Wofford 6, Webb 8, Barnes 10.

Records —Corsicana 0-17, 0-4 in 16-4A.



District 14-2A

Kerens 72, Blooming Grove 41

Kerens 20 17 22 13 — 72

Bl. Grove 5 20 4 12 — 41

Kerens: Thomas 7, Fuqua 7, McAdams 8, Thompson 2, Green 14, McGowan 2, Faulk 20, Lindsey 10, Roberts 2

Blooming Grove: Starling 1, Hickey 1, Tennell 5, Brown 6, Lang 12, Cagle 14, Lunceford 2

Record: Kerens 15-4, 3-1 in District 14-2A.



District 21-1A

Hubbard 55, Axtell 50

Axtell 17 11 12 19 — 50

Hubbard 18 12 9 16 — 55

Axtell — Reynolds 4, Smart 9, L. Hellack 25, McGee 6, Lindsay 7, Millsaps 7, Cates 2.

Hubbard — John Jones 14, Isaiah Thompson 3, Tristan Johnson 10, Jordan Reinke 2, Andrew THompson 9, Dae’Vodderick Williams 12, Roddy Williams 5.

Record — Hubbard 16-4, Axtell 13-6.



District 19-1A-Div. II

Frost 38, Milford 35

Milford 5 10 11 9 — 35

Frost 13 4, 11, 13 — 38

Milford: Smith 12, Davis 9, Russell 4, Pendleton 4, Johnson 6.

Frost: Kyle Montgomery 3, Danial Steels 12, David Rios 5, Philip Page 17, Ty Ritterbach 1.

Records: Frost 12-7, 3-1 District 19-1A-Div. II; Milford 3-1 District 19-1A-Div. II.



GIRLS

Tuesday’s Results

District 16-4A

Ennis 39, Corsicana 28

Corsicana 5 8 6 7 — 26

Ennis 6 13 11 9 — 39

Corsicana: Tauren Kitchen 2, Amber Ames 15, Jackie Saipongi 3, Whiteny Smith 2, Tavia McHenry 2, Rebecca Bentz 2.

Ennis: Shanna Polk 4, Hannah Farris 14, Tricie Fielder 8, Latericka Cox 4, Monae Edwards 3, Kirsten Minderman 6.

Records: Corsicana 6-14, 0-5 in 16-4A. Ennis 14-9, 3-2 in 16-4A.



District 21-1A

Hubbard 50, LaPoyner 56

Hubbard 6 17 12 15 — 50

LaPoynor 8 5 15 8 – 36

Hubbard: Alexis Griffin 4, Grace Raley 1, Africa Lang 13, Jordan Henderson 6, Iesha Simmons 14, Rayven Cornish 12.

LaPoynor: Manis 19, Tobin 3, Holcomb 1, Terry 10, Johnson 3.



Wortham 41, Cross Roads 28

Wortham 8 19 7 8 — 41

Cross Roads 3 6 9 10 — 28

Wortham: Ki’Undrea Smith 21, A. Libhart 8, Bailey 5, Vogel 3, L. Libhart 3, Chrisley 1.

Cross Roads: Pryor 5, Forester 5, Cross 6, Welch 6, Alexander 2, McCracken 4.



District 14-2A

Kerens 83, Bl. Grove 33

Kerens 25 26 18 15 84

Bl. Grove 10 10 9 4 33

Kerens: Nicole Kelm 16, Michell Jordan 14, Jacie Tolliver 14, Taneque Williams 12, Michelle Bivins 12, Abbey Mountford 10, Anna Keele 6.

Bl. Grove.: Carly Hooser 13, Katie McGraw 9, Kasey Fisher 4, Laura Bennett 7.

Record: Kerens 14-7, 5-1 in 14-2A.



Friday, Jan. 8 Results

District 21-1A

Dawson 48, Cross Roads 30

Cross Roads 5 6 4 15 — 30

Dawson 13 11 12 12 — 48

Cross Roads: Cross 12, Tapley 5, Baker 4, McCracken 4, Forester 2, Alexander 2, Welch 1.

Dawson: Alicia Simmons 18, Dakota Dodd 10, Rachel Ivie 7, Brittany Carr 6, Reagan Woodall 3, Jackie Hill 2, Haylee Kimbriel 2.



District 19-1A

Trinidad 34, Frost 30

Frost 6 8 4 12 — 30

Trinidad 4 6 11 13 — 34

Frost: Makayla Hill 5, Patricia Garcia 6, Krystal Jackson 5, Ashley Cain 11, Page Calvin 3.

Trinidad: Cofer 14, Ray 6, Moody 6, Tart 8.

Frost 11-6, 4-1in District 19-1A-Div. II. Trinidad 5-0 in District 19-1A-Div. II.







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