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December 11, 2012

GC Hoops Roundup: Betts scores 12 as Kerens beats Gateway 61-46

Wortham boys beat Kemp

— Tobyus Thomas scored 22 points as Kerens knocked off Dallas Gateway 61-46 on Thuesday night.

Nate Betts had 12 points as the Bobcats improved to 5-4 on the season.

Alvarado 64, Rice 41: Dalton Pike had 15 points and Ragan Henderson added 13, but Alvarado topped Rice 64-41 on Tuesday night.

Wortham 53, Kemp 46: Tyvon Freeman scored 19 points and Brysen Rhodes added 17 as Wortham (4-8) beat Kemp 53-46 on Tuesday night.

GIRLS

Frost 82, Mount Calm 35:
Jae Moore scored 17 points and Jasmyn Steels and Diana Rios each had 13 points as No. 6 Frost whipped Mount Calm 82-35 in Tuesday’s District 19-1A opener.

Kerens 60, Grapeland 41: Taylor Ames scored 18 points and Breanna Wells had 14 as No. 8 Kerens beat Grapeland 60-41 on Tuesday night.

Wortham 48, Chilton 42: Sara Sessions scored 11 points as Wortham beat Chilton 48-42 on Tuesday night.

Wortham (9-8) built off the momentum from winning second place at the Franklin Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs beat Rockdale, 61-25, Oakridge 45-10 and Hearne 43-35. Wortham lost to Franklin the championship game 74-70.

Wortham’s Sara Sessions and Kierra Busby were selected for the all-tournament team.

Riesel 34, Rice 15: Sadie Gent scored six points as Rice lost 34-15 to Riesel.

Hubbard 66, Rio Vista 44: Jasmine Parks had 15 points and Nakaila Banks 12 as  Hubbard beat Rio Vista 66-44 on Tuesday.

BOYS

Tuesday’s Summaries

Non-District

Kerens 61, Dallas Gateway 46


Kerens         14  10   21  16 — 61

Gateway         2   9    10   25 — 46

Kerens — Tobyus Thomas 22, Kevin Townsel 4, Brandon Ward 2, Rayvon Faulk 6, Nate Betts 12, Daedrion Tolliver 5, Dustin Jock 2, Taylor Modester 4, Brent Warren 4.

Dallas Gateway — Overstreet 8, Woods 22, Mitchell 6, Shorts 10.

Records — Kerens 5-4.

Alvarado 64, Rice 41

Rice        13  11  11   6 — 41

Alvarado 19  14  12  19 — 64

Rice — Collin Haston 5, Daniel Arteaga 2, Jacob Jones 2, Austin Peppers 2, Dalton Pike 15, Raven Huffman 2, Ragan Henderson 13.

Alvarado — Mitchell 4, Castillo 21, Downing 4, Adams 18, Scott 4, De Los Santos 2, Geeo 2, Keener 3, McNeil 2, Gibson 4.

Records — Rice 6-6.

Wortham 53, Kemp 46

Wortham  7  10  13  23 — 53

Kemp       3  16  13  14 — 46

Wortham — Tyvon Freeman 19, Brysen Rhodes 17, Witty Busby 5, Kyle Chasteen 5, Daniel Trantham 4, Le’Dhareus Freeman 1.

Kemp — Watikns 13, Kent 11, Litts 6, Hall 6, C. Watkins 5, Allison 4, Olivarez 1.

Records — Wortham 4-8.

GIRLS

Tuesday’s Summaries

District 19-1A DII

Frost 82, Mount Calm 35


Frost          19  12  28  23 — 82

Mount Calm  5  14  10    6 — 35

Frost — Alexya Steels 2, Kaycee Bowling 2, Morgan Elmore 3, Heather Montgomery 2, Madison Revill 8, Kadee Bowling 8, Dakota Lassetter 8, Jasmyn Steels 13, Diana Rios 13, Jae Moore 17, Layce Giabbai 2, Linda Rios 4.

Mount Calm — Jares 8, Soto 14, Walton 13.

Record — Frost 13-0, 1-0 in District 19-1A.

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