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November 19, 2012

GC Hoops Roundup: Ames scores 22 as Kerens girls rout Rice

Taylor Ames scored 22 points and Marqueshia Kelly added 20 points as Kerens routed Rice 76-19.

Kerens (3-0) also had eight points from Aayliah Bivins. Rice (0-3) was led by Celina Smithers, who had nine points.

Mildred 55, Wortham 41: Olivia Farmer poured in 27 points as Mildred (3-2) topped Wortham.

BOYS

Chant 61, Rice 43:
Dalton Pike had 10 points and Jacob Jones and Ragan Henderson each had nine points as Rice (1-1) lost to Chant on Monday night.

GIRLS



Monday’s Summaries

Kerens 76, Rice 19


Kerens   31   19   21   5 — 76

Rice        3    10   0   6 — 19

Kerens — Taylor Ames 22, Marqueshia Kelly 20, Aayliah Bivins 8, Cambree Betts 7, Jayla Thompson 7, Tinesha Tolliver 6, Shalina Haynes 3, Emmanuella Armant 2.

Rice — Ashton Metcalfe 2, Celina Smithers 9, Hanna Owens 4, Lauren Mays 4.

Records — Kerens 3-0, Rice 0-3.

Mildred 55, Wortham 41

Mildred    15  12   10  18 — 55

Wortham 10  10  10  11 — 41

M —  Lauren Glidewell 2, Abbie Burnham 2, Savannah Pritchett 2, Shelby Adamson 3, Brianna Weaver 5, Maddie Moore 3, Olivia Farmer 27, Raeleigh Bottoms 11.

Record: Mildred 3-2

Friday’s Summaries

Dawson 32, Rice 28


Rice        2   8   8  10 — 28

Dawson 13   9   2    8 — 32

Rice — Celina Smithers 15, Lauren Mays 5, Samantha Harris 3, Holly Beldin 3, Sadie Gent 2.

Dawson — Courtney Warren 13, Kaylee Martinez 8, Jalyn Miller 6, Stephanie Lindsey 3, Michaela Greer 2.

Records — Rice 0-2.

Waco Connally 44, Wortham 38

Wortham  9   4   10   15 — 38

Connally  11   14   6   13 — 44

Wortham — Kamarie Freeman 5, Kierra Busby 5, Kendle Rhodes 3, Kirsten Chambers 9, Sara Sessions 8, Kameron Rhodes 2, Courtney Chasteen 4.

Records — Wortham 1-4.  

BOYS



Friday’s Summaries

Rice 57, Dawson 41


Rice   9   16   15   17 — 57

Dawson  8   16   6   11 — 41

Rice — Ragan Henderson 20, Dalton Pike 16, Daniel Arteaga 7, Colin Haston 5, Jamie Metcalfe 3, Jacob Jones 3.

Dawson — Grant 21, Martinez 9, Lachney 9, Dotson 1.

Blooming Grove 46, Avalon 13

Bl. Grove 13 15   6  12 — 46

Avalon      2   3   1   7 — 13

BG — Bearden 16, Wiggins 8, B. Miller 7 Southard 6, L. Miller 5, Nichols 2, Wilson 2, Beamon.

Avalon — Miles 5, Gray 3, Padron 2, Pacheco 2, Morris 1.

 

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