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January 22, 2013

GC Hoops Roundup: Mildred get back in race, beat Riesel 41-42

Frost girls lose tough one to Coolidge 63-61

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Hubbard 63, Dawson 27

Dawson  10    3    7    8 — 27

Hubbard  14  18  11  20 — 63

Dawson — Miller 8, Martinez 5, Greer 4, Tyra 4, Kirkandall 3, Lindsey 1, Simmons 1, Siddons 1.

Hubbard — Nakaila Banks 16, Jasmine Parks 13, Tia Parks 10, Dallas Fletcher 9, Tycheunna Hawthorne 8, Kate Saucke 4, Jamie Goodpaster 3.

Records — Dawson 4-14, 0-6 in 18-1A DI; Hubbard 19-6, 4-2.

District 19-1A DII

Coolidge 63, Frost 61

Coolidge  11  19  14  19 — 63

Frost       20  17  15    9 — 61

Coolidge — Dianna Kirven 28, Adrianna Jones 15,Teryn Johnson 5, E. Kirven 2, Briana Kirven 6, Precious Busby 5, Gonzalez 2.

Frost — Kaycee Bowling 2, Madison Revill 1, Kadee Bowling 19, Dakota Lassetter 3, Jasmyn Steels 2, Diana Rios 10, Jae Moore 24.

Records — Coolidge 19-1, 9-0 in 19-1A DII; Frost 22-3, 7-2.

BOYS

District 23-2A

Mildred 83, Riesel 44


Riesel   17   7    9   11 — 44

Mildred 23  25  17  18 — 83

Mildred — Nic Shimonek 40, Johnathan Harrison 10, Draylon Sterling 8, Jase Butler 9, Dewayne Fowler 6, Hunter Freeman 4, Raleigh Seilheimer 2, Connor Hill 2, Mikey Muncy 2.

Riesel — Wornat 17, Massingil 8, Goebel 7, Drapela 5, Evans 2, Embry 2, Williams 2, Oliver 1.

Records — Riesel 2-16, 0-7 in 23-2A; Mildred 7-4, 4-3.

Buffalo 76, Rice 61

Buffalo 19   13   20   24 — 76

Rice     15   14   11   21 — 61

Buffalo — Hartley 8, Pauler 23, Hayee 5, Adams 25, Cunningham 5, Hughes 10.

Rice — Jamie Metcalfe 3, Daniel Arteaga 12, Jacob Jones 7, Dalton Pike 22, Raven Huffman 4, Ragan Henderson 13.

Records — Buffalo 15-9, 4-3 in 23-2A; Rice 10-14, 1-6.

District 18-1A DI

Hubbard 95, Dawson 41


Dawson   11   12    7   11 — 41

Hubbard  25   22  28   20 — 95

Hubbard — D. Simmons 19, A. Hawthorne 19, C. Martin 17, N. Johnson 11, D. Harris 10, Bradley Walker 9, Bryan Walker 3, K. Williams 3, T. Henderson 2, B. Gilliam 2.

Records — Dawson 7-16, 1-3 in 18-1A DI; Hubbard 12-8, 2-2.

Wortham 58, Cross Roads 37

Cross Roads   9   13   12   3 — 37

Wortham    8   18   19   13 — 58

Cross Roads — Arden 18, McCracken 8, Flowers 8, Davis 2, McCray 1.

Wortham — Tyvon Freeman 21, Witty Busby 8, Kyle Chasteen 7, Daniel Trantham 6, Tyree Freeman 6, Cesar Ruiz 6, Jordan Lansford 4.

Records — Cross Roads 6-12, 0-4 in 18-1A DI; Wortham 11-15, 2-2.

District 19-1A DII

Frost 73, Coolidge 67


Coolidge 16  14   21 12 — 67

Frost      14  29  12  20 — 73

Coolidge — Brown 16, Calhoun 10 Jones 2 Smith 19 Johnson 7, Jackson 9

Frost —  Edgar Anay 5, Julius Gray 7, Andrew Jackson 10 Danial Steels 29, Robert Worley 13 Colton Clayton 9 Maliko Bruce 2.

Records — Coolidge 6-1 in 19-1A DII; Frost 10-6, 7-0.

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