Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

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February 5, 2013

Mildred forces 3rd-place game, beats Blooming Grove 51-28

MILDRED — Olivia Farmer scored 14 points and Maddie Moore added 10 points as Mildred clinched at least a third-place tie in 23-2A with a 51-28 victory over Blooming Grove on Tuesday night.

Mildred (17-10, 7-5) will play Marlin in a third-place playoff game on Friday night in Normangee.

Hannah Southard led Blooming Grove with seven points.

Frost 80, Aquilla 26: Morgan Elmore scored 17 points and Dakota Lassetter, Kadee Bowling and Jae Moore each had 13 points as Frost rolled to an 80-26 victory over Aquilla on Tuesday night.  

Kerens 82, Dawson 13: Breanna Wells scored 26 points as district leader Kerens rolled to a 82-13 victory over Dawson to finish the district season with a perfect 10-0 record.

Hubbard 64, Cross Roads 58: Dallas Fletcher scored 17 points and Nakaila Banks had 16 points as Hubbard beat Cross Roads 64-58.

Cayuga 82, Wortham 63: Cayuga beat Wortham 82-63 on Tuesday night to clinch second place in 18-1A Division I.

BOYS

Kerens 82, Dawson 23: Tobyus Thomas scored 16 points and Nate Betts had 14 as Kerens (18-6, 7-1) walloped Dawson 82-23 to clinch at least second place in 18-1A Division I.

Frost 63, Aquilla 31: Danial Steels scored 25 points and Jacob Stroder had 17 as Frost remained perfect in 19-1A DII with a win over Aquilla.

Marlin 55, Rice 33: Austin Peppers and Daniel Arteaga each scored six points in Rice’s 55-33 loss to Marlin.

Tuesday’s games

GIRLS

Mildred 51, Blooming Grove 28


Bl. Grove   0     8     8   12 — 28

Mildred      8   12   21   10 — 51

Blooming Grove — Shelby Beamon 3, Hannah Southard 7, Daveshia Starling 4, Lauren Miller 6, Savanna Bearden 2, Sidney Horner 6.

Mildred — Savannah Pritchett 6, Allison Heirholzer 9, Shelby Adamson 5, Breanna Weaver 5, Maddie Moore 10, Olivia Farmer 14, Mirrell 2.

Records — Mildred 17-10, 7-5 in 23-2A; Blooming Grove 11-18, 4-8.

Kerens 82, Dawson 13

Kerens   20   20  24  18 — 82

Dawson    7    2    2     2 — 13

Kerens — Breanna Wells 26, Taylor Ames 11, Cambree Betts 11, Thompson  10, Emmanuella Armant  7, Kiara Lindsey 6, Tinesha Tolliver 4,  Faulk 2,   Shalina Haynes  2, Brown 2, Aayliah Bivins 1.

Dawson — Stephanie Lindsey 9, Courtney Warren 2,  Katie Yates 2.

Records — Kerens 25-4, 10-0 in 18-1A DI; Dawson 4-18, 0-10.

Hubbard 64, Cross Roads 58

Hubbard       17  22  13  13 — 64

Cross Roads  15  11  16  16 — 58

Hubbard — Dallas Fletcher 17, Nakalia Banks 16, Jasmine Parks 12, Kate Saucke 10, Tia Parks 4, Tatysheaunna Hawthorne 3, Pepci Jones 2, Jamie Goodpasture 2, Meridith McClinton 1.

Cross Roads — Burgess 16, Cramer 13, Norwood 9, Hazelip 7, Lookabaugh 7, Smith 4, Bass 1.

Records — Hubbard 20-9, 5-5 in 18-1A DI; Cross Roads 6-22, 2-8.

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