Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas


November 19, 2012

Navarro bounces back, whips Temple 81-61

Terrance Syon had 20 points and seven rebounds as the Navarro Runnin’ Bulldogs bounced back in a big way with a 81-61 victory over Temple on Friday night in the final game of the Lewis Orr Classic.

Syon led four scorers in double figures as the Runnin’ Bulldogs (4-3) ended a three-game losing streak. Princeton Onwas had 14 points while Micah Cooper added 12 and Toney Foster had 10 points. Harrison Hawkins had six assists.

Navarro made 12 of 22 free throws and had 11 steals.

In other games Friday, Jacksonville beat McLennan 65-62 and Angelina slipped past Hill 87-85.




Navarro 81, Temple 61

Temple................26.......35 -- 61

Navarro................42.......39 -- 81

TEMPLE: Maurice Letcher-Ellis 12, Joe Miles 9, John Brisco 9, Demarcus Johnson 8, Joel Devastey 8, Sam Kinlaw 7, Terry Johnson 5, Ernest Maize 3.

NAVARRO: Terrance Syon 20, Princeton Onwas 14, Micah Cooper 12, Toney Foster 10, David Woodard 6, Harrison Hawkins 5, Brandon Scott 4, LaMark Barnes 4, Jamar Goodwin 3, Duan Wright 2, Jaleel Cousins 1.

Jacksonville 65, McLennan 62

McLennan................32......30 -- 62

Jacksonville..............31......34 -- 65

McLENNAN: Shawn Prudhomme 19, Tevin Hanner 12, Devonse Reed 10, Clarence Willard 6, Wayne Langston 5, Donovan Bridgeforth 4, DeChriston McKinney 3, D.J. Weathers 2; Deondre Ray 1.

JACKSONVILLE: Tyrell Springer 16, Daniel Skinner 11, Mitchell Farr 11, Nimrod Hilliard 9, Davon Anderson 5, Chris Singhateh 3, Derrick Modest 3, Kennedy Eubanks 3.


Angelina 87, Hill 85

Hill........................47......38 -- 85

Angelina................46......41 -- 87

HILL: Tramique Sutherland 15, Tevin Holmes 15, Andrew Guillory 12, P.J. Lockridge 8, Taylor Luster 7, Katrell Myers 7, Devin Delaney 6, JaVonte Douglas 6, Mike White 4, Ante Mioc 4, Marcus Burwell 1.

ANGELINA: LaDerrien Jackson 23, Thaddeus Fortune 20, Quentin Ellis 9, Donald Thomas 8, Jamie Farrie 8, LeMon Gregory 7, Andre Crear 5, Victor Mbachu 4.

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