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November 27, 2012

GC Hoops Roundup: Lady Lions top Rio Vista

FROST —   — Shelby Beamon had 10 points and Lauren Miller and Savanna Bearden each had nine as the Lady Lions (3-4) knocked off Rio Vista.

Hubbard 33, Rosebud-Lott 28: Jamie Goodpasture scored 12 points as Hubbard (4-1) topped Rosebud-Lott.

Frost 74, Waco Rapoport 14: Jae Moore scored 16 points and Jasmyn Steels and Diana Rios each had 12 as No. 14 Frost crushed Waco Rapoport.

Mexia 61, Kerens 52: Breanna Wells, Taylor Ames and Marqueshia Kelly all scored 12 points, but No. 4 Kerens lost to Class 3A No. 11-ranked Mexia 61-52.

Wortham 60, LaPoynar 48: Courtney Chasteen scored 16 points and Kierra Busby had 14 as Wortham (3-4) beat LaPoyner.

BOYS

LaPoyner 53, Wortham 50: Tyvon Freeman scored 23 points, but Wortham lost at home to LaPoyner.

Rice 45, Scurry-Rosser 41: Daniel Artega scored 18 points and Dalton Pike added 12 points as Rice (2-2) beat Scurry-Rosser 45-41.

Tuesday's Summaries

GIRLS

Hubbard 33, Rosebud-Lott 28

Hubbard   6   11   3   13 — 33

R-Lott   9   10   1   8 — 28

Hubbard — Jamie Goodpasture 12, Jasmine Parks 8, Nakalia Banks 6, Tia Parks 3, Pepci Jones 2, Starr Craven 2.

R-Lott — Meyer 13, Jones 7, Tortillo 7, Sherwood 1.

Records — Hubbard 4-1.

Frost 74, Waco Rapoport 14

Rapoport    3    2     5    4  — 14

Frost        24  28   16    6 — 74

Rapoport — Hannah Bridgewater 2, Sarah Chavez 2, Kiarra Luke 2, Lexie Jackson 6, Mackenzie Gonzales 2.

Frost — Alexya Steels 7, Kaycee Bowling 9, Morgan Elmore 2, Madison Revill 8, Kadee Bowling 2, Dakota Lassetter 4, Jocelyn Roberts 1, Jasmyn Steels 12, Diana Rios 12, Jae Moore 16, Linda Rios 1.

Records — Frost 5-0, Rapoport 2-3.

Blooming Grove 47, Rio Vista 36

Rio Vista    10    5   10    11 — 36

Bl. Grove     5   20    6     14 — 47

Rio Vista — Linton 11, Reese 10, Moreno 9, Herris 5, Nichols 1.

BG — Shelby Beamon 10, Lauren Miller 9, Savanna Bearden 9, Tre Wiggins 7, Hannah Southard 4, Braden Wilson 4, Brittany Miller 2, Sidney Horner 2, Daveshia Starling, Brittany Nichols.

Records — Blooming Grove 3-4.

Mexia 61, Kerens 52

Kerens    11  17  12    12 — 52

Mexia     15   14  22  10 — 61

Kerens — Wells 13, Ames 13, Kelly 13, Betts 7, Tolliver 4, Lindsey 2.

Mexia — Beechum 24, Greer 9, Ballard 11, Stoner 8, Owens 6, Gibson 3.

Wortham 60, LaPoynar 48

LaPoyner  10   7   15   13 — 48

Wortham   18   10   22  10 — 60

Wortham — Courtney Chasteen 16, Kierra Busby 14, Kamarie Freeman 8, Sara Sessions 8, Elisha Libhart 6, Kirsten Chambers 3, Kameron Rhodes 2, Kendle Rhodes 2.

LaPoyner — Kelsey Bristow 12, Kivi Eldridge 11, Kirsten Nance  6, Haley Terny 6, Cassie Tobin 4, Katie Owens 3, Jensen Anderson 3.

Record — Wortham 3-4.

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