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December 6, 2012

GC Hoops Roundup: Kerens boys lose in overtime (UPDATED WITH LATE THURSDAY GAMES)

Bobcats fall in opener at Fairfield tourney

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FAIRFIELD — — GIRLS

Kerens 64, Tyler Grace 36:
Marqueshia Kelly and Taylor Ames each had 16 points as Kerens won its opening game in the Brownsboro Tournament.

Frost 72, Trinidad 22: Kadee Bowling had 17 points as No. 12 Frost (10-0) won Thursday’s opener in its own tournament, beating Trinidad 72-22.

Diana Rios had 10 points and Jae Moore and Dakota Lassetter added nine each.

BOYS

Thursday’s Summaries

Frost Tournament

Blooming Grove 63, Trinidad 21


Bl. Grove  21   15   18   9 — 63

Trinidad     8     3    7    3 — 21

Blooming Grove — Jacob Conger 17, Juanya Pyburn 11, Daniel Pelzel 11, Rowdy Barlow 8, Richard Conger 6, Ellis 5, Tyler Lewis 3, Tyler Morris 2.

Trinidad — Spencer 8, Bannister 6, Jaquez 2, Hornbuckle 2, Dawson 2, Marcus 1.

Records — Blooming Grove 6-2.

Rice 52, Avalon 41

Rice    5   17   18   12 — 52

Avalon 8  12   11   10 — 41

Rice — Daniel Arteaga 10, Jacob Jones 5, Ausitn Peppers 7, Dalton Pike 18, Raven Huffman 2, Ragan Henderson 10.

Avalon — Pacheco 3, Ledesma 8, Remero 7, Balderas 11, Perry 12.

Records — Rice 5-4.

Fairfield Tournament

Waco Robinson 55, Kerens 51


Robinson   17   13    8    8    9 — 55

Kerens     10    16   10  10   5 — 51

Waco Robinson — Sage Meggs 2, Jacob Fuentes 6,  Daylan McWhorter 6, Carson Earp 12, Josh Kirk 10, Chance Collins 2, Jeremy Lasseter 17.

Kerens — Tobyus Thomas 24, Kevin Townsel 2, Demetris Sayles 2, Shelton Sayles 2, Nate Betts 19, Daedrion Tolliver 2.

Records — Waco Robinson 5-3, Kerens 4-2.

GIRLS

Brownsboro Tournament

Kerens 64, Tyler Grace 36


Kerens  16  13  25  10 — 64

Grace    11   4    4   17 — 36

Kerens — Aayliah Bivins 3, Cambree Betts 5, Shalina Haynes 2, Marqueshia Kelly 16, Kiara Lindsey 3, Taylor Ames 16, Breanna Wells 10, Tinesha Tolliver 8.

Grace — Provines 6, Raborar 5, Rook 4, West 2, Dawshtry 7, Kingsley 12.

Records — Kerens 8-1.

Frost Tournament

Frost 72, Trinidad 22


Trinidad  8     6    4    4 — 22

Frost    19   23  17  13 — 72

Trinidad — Airheart 5, Flatt 4, Nino 2, Stanfield 2, Monroe 3, Ayala 2, Boggas 2, Polk 2.

Frost — Kaycee Bowling 7, Heather Montgomery 4, Madison Revill 8, Kadee

Bowling 17, Dakota Lassetter 9, Jasmyn Steels 7, Diana Rios 10, Jae

Moore 9, Layce Giabbai 1.

Record — Frost 10-0.

 

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