Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas


December 4, 2012

GC Hoops Roundup: Kerens boys beat Edgewood on the road

Mildred, Kerens girls win again

Corsicana — Tobyus Thomas scored 25 points and Kevin Townsel had 14 as No. 4 Kerens (4-1) beat Edgewood 76-65 on Tuesday night on the road.

Eustace 49, Rice 40: Dalton Pike had 15 points and Raven Huffman added 10, but Rice lost to Eustace 49-40.


Eustace 48, Rice 22:
Celina Smithers scored 12 points as the Rice Lady Bulldogs lost to Eustace 48-22 on Tuesday night.

Hubbard 53, TCA-Waco 47: Nakaila Banks scored 20 points as Hubbard (6-3) beat TCA-Waco 53-47 on Tuesday night.

Kerens 74, Italy 9: Marqueshia Kelly scored 18 points to lead four LadyCats in double figures as No. 2 Kerens beat Italy 74-9.

Mildred 53, Palmer 31: The Mildred Lady Eagles traveled to Palmer and came away with a 53-31 win over the Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday night. The Eagles improved to 9-2 on the season with the victory.

Maddie Moore scored ten points and Savannah Pritchett had eight on the night for Mildred.


Tuesday’s Summaries

Kerens 76, Edgewood 65

Kerens        22    13    21    20 — 76

Edgewood   15    16    12    22 — 65

Kerens — Tobyus Thomas 25, Kevin Townsel 14, Demetris Sayles 8, Shelton Sayles 6, Brandon Ward 2, Rayvon Faulk 2, Nate Betts 11, Daedrion Tolliver 1, Brent Warren 5.

Edgewood — Huett 4, Germany 5, Sharff 16, Bolton 4, Tyner 21, Dillard 15.

Records — Kerens 4-1.

Eustace 49, Rice 40

Rice        9   16    8    7 — 40

Eustace 17    9   10   13 — 49

Rice — Danial Arteaga 2, Jacob Jones 2, Dalton Pike 15, Raven Huffman 10, Ragan Henderson 10.

Records — Rice 4-4.


Tuesday’s Summaries

Kerens 74, Italy 9

Kerens    29     18   13   14 — 74

Italy         4       2     1     2 — 9

Kerens — Marqueshia Kelly 18, Cambree Betts 16, Taylor Ames 13, Breanna Wells 10, Kayla Kilcrease 4, Kiara Lindsey 4, Aayliah Bivins 3, Shalina Haynes 2, Emmanuella Armant 2, Tinesha Tolliver 2.

Italy — Johnson 4, Richards 2, Minton 2,  Copeland 1.

Records — Kerens 7-1.

Hubbard 53, TCA-Waco 47

TCA        8    8   17  14 — 47

Hubbard   9 16   11  17 — 53

Hubbard — Nakaila Banks 20, Tia Parks 8, Dallas Fletcher 8, Kate Sauke 7, Star Craven 6, Pepsi Jones 2, Jamie Goodpasture 2.

TCA — Graham 15, Turpen 11, Williams 11, Perez 5, Wunnicke 3, Kochman 2.

Records — Hubbard 6-3.

Eustace 48, Rice 22

Rice       11    4    2   5 — 22

Eustace  16  16  12   4 — 48

Rice — Celina Smithers 12, Holly Beldin 6, Hanna Owens 2, Sadie Gent 2.

Records — Rice 2-5.

Mildred 53, Palmer 31

Mildred  16  10  17  10 — 53

Palmer     9    7   7    8 — 31

Mildred — Savannah Pritchett 8, Shelby Adamson 7, Brianna Weaver 4, Maddie Moore 10, Olivia Farmer 22, Madison Murrell 2.

Record — 9-2.


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