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January 19, 2013

GC Hoops Roundup: Blooming Grove boys beat Riesel 61-39 (Updated with standings)

Corsicana — Blooming Grove 61, Riesel 39: Jacob Conger scored 19 points and Juanya Pyburn added 12 as Blooming Grove beat Riesel 61-39 on Friday night.

Kerens 66, Dawson 13: Nate Betts scored 12 points and Kevin Townsel added nine as Kerens topped Dawson 66-13 in a District 18-1A DI game Friday night.

Frost 73, Penelope 24: Danial Steels scored 13 points and Colton Clayton and Maliko Bruce each had 12 as Frost routed Penelope 73-24 in a district game.

Cayuga 95, Wortham 46: Tyvon Freeman scored 20 points as Wortham fell to Cayuga 95-46 on Friday night.

Hubbard 79, Cross Roads 52: D’Warren Simmons scored 20 points and Casen Martin and Ashton Hawthorne each had 14 points as Hubbard routed Cross Roads 79-52 in a district game Friday night.

Teague 94, Rice 47: Dalton Pike scored 24 points, but Rice couldn’t keep up with Teague in a 94-47 loss on Friday night.

Marlin 75, Mildred 54: Marlin finished off a perfect first half of the District 23-2A season with a 74-54 victory over Mildred. The Eagles dropped into a fourth-place tie with Buffalo and a game out of a playoff spot.

 

GIRLS

Frost 62, Penelope 19: Jae Moore had 16 points and Diana Rios added 12 as Frost routed Penelope 62-19 on Friday night.

Hubbard 59, Cross Roads 23: Tia Parks scored 15 points and Kate Saucke added 10 as Hubbard defeated Cross Roads 59-23 on Friday night.

Kerens 74, Dawson 7: Taylor Ames scored 16 points and Breanna Wells added 14 points as Kerens rolled past Dawson 74-7 on Friday night.

Wortham 57, Cayuga 51: Kierra Busby scored 18 points and Kamarie Freeman had 17 as Wortham defeated Cayuga 57-51 on Friday night.

Marlin 46, Mildred 43: Mildred dropped out of the top three in District with a 46-43 loss to Marlin on Friday night.

Blooming Grove 36, Riesel 29: The Blooming Grove Lady Lions picked up a District 23-2A victory with a 36-29 win over Riesel on Friday night. Daveshia Starling had 10 points and four steals. Lauren Miller had four points and 10 rebounds, Tre Wiggins had six steals and Savanna Bearden had four steals.

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