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December 9, 2012

GC Hoops Weekend Roundup: No. 12 Frost girls win own tournament

Kerens girls take third place in Brownsboro Tournament

— Kadee Bowling scored 16 points and Jae Moore 12 as No. 12 Frost (12-0) beat Valley Mills 33-15 on Saturday to win the championship game of the Frost Tournament.

Kerens 60, Alba-Golden 54: Taylor Ames scored 19 points as No. 2 Kerens topped Alba-Golden 60-54 to win Saturday’s third-place game in the Brownsboro Great East Shooutout. Kerens (10-2) placed third out of 29 teams in the tournament.

Blooming Grove 33, Milford 31: Lauren Miller scored nine points to lead a balanced attack as Blooming Grove beat Milford 33-31 to win Saturday’s third-place game in the Frost Tournament.

Red Oak Life 40, Rice 21: Hanna Owens scored six points as Rice lost to Red Oak Life 40-21 in Saturday’s seventh-place game in the Frost Tournament.

Saturday’s Summaries

Frost Tournament

Championship Game

Frost 33, Valley Mills 15


Valley Mills   7   2   2    4 — 15

Frost         11  13   4   5 — 33

Valley Mills — Strawser 3, Baum 6, Loftin 2, Denton 4

Frost — Kadee Bowling 16, Jasmyn Steels 2, Diana Rios 3, Jae Moore 12.

Record — Frost 12-0, Valley Mills 7-6.

Third-place Game

Blooming Grove 33, Milford 31


Bl. Grove   6  12   6    9 — 33

Milford     11   5   5  10 — 31

BG — Lauren Miller 9, Daveshia Starling 7, Hannah Southard 6, Savanna Bearden 4, Brittany Nichols 4, Tre Wiggins 2, Brittany Miller 1, Braden Wilson.

Milford — Goss 13, J. McIntyre 7, Falzecrano 5, Cook 4, J. McIntyre 2.

Record — Blooming Grove 7-6.

Seventh-place Game

Red Oak Life 40, Rice 21


Rice                6   2   6    7 — 21

Red Oak Life  11 12   6  11 — 40

Rice — Hanna Owens 6, Celina Smithers 5, Lauren Mays 4, Samantha Harris 3, Sadie Gent 2, Asthon Metcalfe 1.

Red Oak Life — Davis 5, Lacour 5, Sewell 4, Kratz 4, Hudson 4, Ricardson 4, Burnett 4, McCoy 3, Collins 3, Sanders 2, Hooter 2.

Records — Rice 2-7.

Brownsboro Great East Shootout

Third-place Game

Kerens 60, Alba-Golden 54


Kerens           17   13   16   14 — 60

Alba-Golden    14   20   11     9 — 54

Kerens — Taylor Ames 19, Breanna Wells 13, Tinesha Toliver 11, Cambree Betts 9, Marqueshia Kelly 8.

Record — Kerens 10-2.

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