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January 26, 2013

GC Hoops Roundup: Hubbard boys knock off Wortham 65-49 (Updated)

Steels scored 26 points in Frost win

Ashton Hawthorne scored 17 points and D’Warren Simmons had 16 as Hubbard took over third place in 18-1A DI with a 65-49 victory at Wortham.

Wortham fell to fourth place in district with a 2-3 record, a game behind 3-2 Hubbard.

Frost 61, Abbott 22: Danial Steels scored 26 points as Frost stayed undefeated in District 19-1A DII with a 61-22 victory over Abbott on Friday night.

Kerens 75, Cross Roads 22: Nate Betts had 18 points and Tobyus Thomas added 11 as Kerens crushed Cross Roads 75-22 on Friday night.

GIRLS

Teague 64, Mildred 36:
Teague senior Kyera Abram had a double-double with 21 points and 12 rebounds as the Lady Lions clinched the District 23-2A title with a 64-36 victory over Mildred.

Teague won its first district title since 1985-86. Olivia Farmer led Mildred with eight points.

Kerens 65, Cross Roads 25: Marqueshia Kelly scored 14 and Cambree Betts added 13 points as Kerens routed Cross Roads 65-25 on Friday night.

Wortham 64, Hubbard 52: Kierra Busby had 16 points and Kameron Rhodes added 14 points as Wortham beat Hubbard 64-52 on Friday night.

Jasmine Parks had 11 points and Tia Parks added nine for the Lady Jaguars.

Frost 55, Abbott 24: Jasmyn Steels had 15 points and Kadee Bowling added 14 points as Frost topped Abbott 55-24 on Friday night.

Friday's Summaries

GIRLS

District 23-2A

Teague 64, Mildred 36


Mildred    6     12     8      10 -- 36

Teague   15     20    12    17 -- 64

Mildred -- Lauren Glidewell 2, Abbie Burnham 2, Savannah Pritchett 4, Allison Heirholzer 7, Shelby Adamson 3, Briana Weaver 4, Maddie Moore 3, Olivia Farmer 8, Raeleigh Bottoms 3.

Teague -- Haley Guerrero 5, NiCosha Nelms 8, Danielle McWilliams 3, Caitlyn Collins 16, Alie Watson 7, Abbey Hurst 4, Kyera Abram 21.

Records -- Teague 22-4, 10-0 in 23-2A; Mildred 15-9, 5-4.

District 18-1A DI

Kerens 65, Cross Roads 25


Kerens          16   29   8   12 -- 65

Cross Roads   4    7    8    6 -- 25

Kerens -- Bivins 4, Betts 13, Thompson 9, Haynes  4, Kelly 6, Ames 11, Wells  14, Toliver 4.

Cross Roads -- Kramer 7, Norwood 1, Hazelip 7, Lookabaugh 4, Burgess 4.

Records -- Kerens 22-4, 7-0.

Wortham 64, Hubbard 52

Wortham   16    13   14    21 -- 64

Wortham   7     15    16   13 -- 52

Wortham -- Kamarie Freeman 11, Kierra Busby 16, Kirsten Chambers12, Sara Sessions 2, Kameron Rhodes 14, Courtney Chasteen 9.

Hubbard -- Hawthorne 6, J. Parks 11, P. Jones 1, K. Sauke 6, Flethcer 7, McClinton 5, N. Banks 6, T. Parks 9.

District 19-1A DII

Frost 55, Abbott 24


Frost         17    11    16     11 -- 55

Abbott        3      9     4      8 -- 24

Frost -- Kaycee Bowling 2, Heather Montgomery 4, Kadee Bowling 14, Dakota Lassetter 2, Jasmyn Steels 15, Diana Rios 10, Jae Moore 6, Linda Rios 2.

Abbott -- Marek 1, Cooper 3, Miller 7, Walker 1, Johnson 8, Finch 4.

Records -- Frost 23-3, 8-2 in 19-1A DII.

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