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December 26, 2013

GC Basketball: Kiwanis Classic Tournament: Day 1 Box Scores

Corsicana — Girls

Hubbard 54, Rice 22


Hubbard  17  23  9  5 — 54

Rice         7     8  1  6 —    22

Hubbard —Akayla Washington 2, Kate Saucke 6, Tysheuanna Hawthorne 4, Jasmine Parks 8, Nakaila Banks 11, Baylour Lewis 4, Shayla Parks 4, Tia Parks 13, Taylor Simmons 2.

Rice — Brianna Weaver 2, Deashia Smith 3, Olivia Zellar 3, Kassidy Blake 2, Branisha Connor 2, Brittany Rhodes 1, Ruby Ramirez 9.

Records – Hubbard 13-0, Rice 2-11.

 

Kerens 69, Teague 34

Teague  7  9   6  14 — 34

Kerens  20 24 14  11— 69

Teague —Nicosha Nelms 4, Danielle McWilliams 2, Alie Watson 17, Ashley Coleman 2.

Kerens — Breanna Baxter 22, Taylor Ames 15, Marqueshia Kelly 7, Cambree Betts 6, Kyla Hall 4, Emmanuella Armant 4, Kamiya Haynes 5, Aayliah Bivins 2, Kiara Lindsey 1, Tinesha Tolliver 1.

Records: Teague 11-5, Kerens 10-4.

 

Frost 47, Blooming Grove 26

Bl. Grove 6    4   4   12 — 26

Frost         22  4  13   8 — 47

Blooming Grove — Hannah Southard 6, Brittany Nichols 6, Mariah Horner 5, Sydney Horner 5, Treounah Wiggins 4.

Frost — Jae Moore 20, Diana Rios 10, Heather Montgomery 8, Madison Revill 5, Karlie Scott 2, Jennifer Andrews 2.

Records: Blooming Grove 5-7, Frost 12-1.

 

Mildred 45, Dawson 31

Dawson  5  11  8  7 – 31

Mildred  14  12  8  11 – 45

Dawson – Jalyn Miller 2, Katie Yates 6, Courtney Warren 12, Stephanie Lindsey 2, Kaylee Martinez 7, Morgan Walther 2.

Mildred – Michelle Heins 2, Morgan McCreary 5, Allison Heirholzer 12, Shelby Adamson 9, Callie Bland 4, Maddie Moore 6, Maddie Murrell 7.

Records – Dawson 4-9, Mildred 8-7.

 

Boys

Blooming. Grove 48, Frost 41


Bl. Grove  8  14  9  17 – 48

Frost  10  3  15  13 – 41

Blooming Grove – Daniel Pelzel 2, Tyler Lewis 3, Brody Owens 2, Rowdy Barlow 18, Juanya Pyburn 23.

Frost – Isiah Belcher 12, Zach Terry 4, Kobe Hailey 12, Ryan Worley 1, Robert Worley 6, Colton Clayton 4, Chris Belcher 2.

Records – Blooming Grove 12-1, Frost 5-5.

 

Rice 62, Hubbard 58

Hubbard  13   18   7   20 — 58

Rice        16    19  16  11 — 62

Hubbard — D’Warren Simmons 25, Jordan Johnson 11, Trey Henderson 10, Brian Walker 3, Braydyn Gillham 2.

Rice — Sim Nezar 19, Daniel Arteaga 12, Collin Haston 10, Raven Huffman 7, Austin Peppers 6, Dylnn Anderson 5, Adan Payne 2, Jamie Metcalfe 2.

Records — Hubbard 6-5, Rice 11-1.

 

Kerens 57, Milford 5

Milford    0   0   2   3 — 5

Kerens   18  17 8   14 — 57

Milford: Jaquay Brown 2, Jacardus Gates 3.

Kerens: Shelton Sayles 10, Brandon Ward 9, Jake Moss 6, Nate Betts 8, Brent Warren 4, DeQuaylon Bivins 7, Dontarias Bryant 2, Dustin Jock 4, Hunter Green 5.

Records — Milford 0-3, Kerens 7-5.

 

Mildred 73, Dawson 22

Dawson  4  7  8  3 – 22

Mildred  28  16  20  9 – 73

Dawson – Justin Gray 2, Conner McEntire 3, Seth Lachney 7, Lane Dotson 8,Garrett Neismith 3.

Mildred – Connor Hill 4, Jordan Harvell 4, Jase Butler 9, Draylon Sterling 14, Mikey Muncy 8, Russell Holden 16, Hagen Williams 10, Rusty Knight 8.

Records – Dawson 3-10, Mildred 8-6.

 

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