Lindale 49, Whitehouse 39

LINDALE — Shelbi Steen put in 19 points as Lindale moved to 8-1 on the season with a 49-39 win over Whitehouse on Tuesday in a girls basketball game.

Lily Chamberlain had 9 points for Lindale, and Marley Keith added 8 points. Also scoring for Lindale were Kalaya Pierce (5), Brooke Everest (4), Maggie Spearman (2) and Desirae Pennington (2).

Machila Dews led Whitehouse with 11 points.

All Saints 56, Brook Hill 27

Olivia Patterson scored 13 points and Sarah Jordan added 11 as the All Saints Lady Trojans scored a 56-27 win over the Bullard Brook Hill Lady Guard on Tuesday at Brookshire Gym.

Nine of the 10 Lady Trojans scored and they made eight 3-pointers.

Others scoring for All Saints were Maggie Maxey (9 points), Shelby Phillips (8 points) and Eyan Absar (7).

Brook Hill was led by Callie Bailey’s 15 points.

Jacksonville 59, Kaufman 32

JACKSONVILLE — Grace Abercombie hit nine 3-pointers and scored 29 points to lead Jacksonville past Kaufman.

The Maidens are 3-4 on the season and are scheduled to play at Gilmer at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Kaufman (2-6) is scheduled to host Martin’s Mill on Friday.

Frankston 47, Troup 36

FRANKSTON — Tia Billingsly scored 18 points as Frankston defeated Troup.

Abbie Ramsey had 15 points for Frankston.

Jessica Minnix led Troup with 9 points and Sarah Neel had 8 points.

Spring Hill 50, Waskom 47

WASKOM — Spring Hill built a 12-point lead after one quarter and held on for a 50-47 win over Waskom on Tuesday in a girls basketball game.

Zailey McGee led the way for the Lady Panthers with 16 points, four rebounds, five assists, four steals and three blocks. The Lady Panthers led 20-8 after one quarter and 31-24 at halftime.

Peyton Borens added nine points, three rebounds and five assists for Spring Hill. Erin Gregson had five points, Kenzie Gee five points and five assists, Laila Thompson four points and 10 rebounds, Abby Caron four points and eight rebounds, Rachel Petree four points, Janie Bradshaw two points, three assists and two blocks and Carolann Bowles one point.

Chapel Hill 47, Marshall 37

MARSHALL — Alexis Calderon hit for 13 points to help lead the Chapel Hill Lady Bulldogs to a 47-37 win over Marshall on Tuesday.

The victory moves Chapel Hill to 5-1, while Marshall falls to 1-3.

Kya Cook dropped in 10 while Tierney Minor had eight for the Lady Bulldogs. D.J. Kincade and Amauriyen Davis scored seven points apiece. Shania Miller finished with two points.

Asia Smith led Marshall in scoring with nine points. Layla Smith was next in line with seven, followed immediately by Diamond Smith with six and Raela Spratling who scored five. Katelynn Jones and Kamryn Turner each had tossed in three points while Jada Shepard and Jordan Terry each came away with two points.

Gilmer 58, Saltillo 48

GILMER — Haylee Jordan and LeLe Morton combined for 32 points, and the Gilmer Lady Buckeyes earned a 58-48 win over Saltillo on Tuesday.

Jordan led with 18 points, adding 12 rebounds for a double-double. Morton finished with 14 points, two rebounds, two assists and four steals. Grace McCowin and Lanie Pritchett recorded seven points apiece, Leslie Jones six, Jaycee Harris five and Raeven Harris one. Jones chipped in with eight rebounds, and Pritchett added four boards.

Gladewater 53, Beckville 46

GLADEWATER — Hai’leigh Oliver scored 15 points, Ebony Pipkin added 12 and Kamryn Floyd joined her Lady Bear teammates in twin figures with 11 points as Gladewater earned a 53-46 win over Beckville.

JaKiyah Bell finished with seven points, Sydney Spurlock five, Calice Henderson two and Teya Grooms one for Gladewater. Bell led with nine rebounds. Oliver added eight and Pipkin five. Oliver also came up with five steals, and Bell added three.

Haley Straubie finished with 16 points and four steals in the loss for Beckville. McKinna Chamness added 12 points and five rebounds, Amber Harris seven points, nine rebounds and two steals, Emily Dean four points, Lexi Barr three points, Baylie Seegers two points, three rebounds and two steals, Raegan Greer two points and Hannah Sharpless two steals.

Pittsburgh 60, Hughes Springs 39

HUGHES SPRINGS — Elyssia Lemelle led the way with 25 points, and the Pittsburg Lady Pirates took control with a big second quarter surge en route to a 60-39 win over Hughes Springs.

Kyleigh Posey added 14 for Pittsburg, which outscored the Lady Mustangs 22-9 in the second stanza to build a 36-21 cushion. Natalie Styles added six points, Tmyra Warren five, Gabbi Brown four, Sanaa Hollins three and Jada Peoples and Kaitlyn Hernandez two apiece.

Pittsburg visits Daingerfield on Friday.

Union Grove 72, New Diana 25

DIANA — Macey Alston erupted for 38 points, and the Union Grove Lady Lions remained unbeaten on the year (6-0) with a 72-25 win over New Diana.

Carleigh Judd added 14 for Union Grove, which led 23-5 after one quarter and 40-17 at the break. Makena Littlejohn finished with eight, and Gracie Winn, Bailey Clowers and Macey Roberts all scored four points.

Callie Click had eight points in the loss for New Diana.

Hawkins 54, Tyler HEAT 26

HAWKINS — Lynli Dacus led the way with 12 points, Jordyn Warren added 11 points and eight steals and the Hawkins Lady Hawks rolled to a 54-26 win over Tyler HEAT.

Tenley Conde added nine points, Laney Wilson eight points, Makena Warren seven points, Victoria iller four and Carmen Turner three. Dacus also had six rebounds, two assists and two steals, and Makena Warren finished with seven rebounds and two assists.

Woden 52, Longview HEAT 26

WODEN — The Woden Lady Eagles doubled up on Longview HEAT in each of the first two quarters and maintained that cushion the rest of the way in a 52-26 win.

Jordan Parker had 11 points, two assists, six rebounds and three steals in the loss for HEAT, which trailed 30-14 at the half. Brailey Brown added nine points, Jaelyn Cleveland six points and nine rebounds, Jenna Parker two assists, wo rebounds and two steals, Maddie Wright three rebounds, Abbey Gallant seven rebounds and Laynie Walton one rebound.

Martin’s Mill 59, Bells 54

WODEN — Katie Dunavant hit for 22 points to power the Martin’s Mill Lady Mustangs to a 59-54 win over Bells on Tuesday.

Kylee Lookabaugh (12 points) and Jada Celsur (11) were also in double figures scoring for the Lady Mustangs (6-1). Also scoring for Martin’s Mill were Libby Rogers (9), Riley Jackson (3) and Kate Lindsey (2).

Martin’s Mill is scheduled to visit Kaufman at 6 p.m. Friday.

Hallsville 51, Kilgore 44

HALLSVILLE — Catherine Warford led a balanced Ladycat attack with 14 points, and Hallsville held off a late charge by Kilgore to earn a 51-44 victory on Tuesday.

Mallory Pyle finished with 11 points, and Baylie Perkins added 10 for Hallsville, which led 23-2 after one quarter and 28-13 at halftime. Faith Baliraine had six points, Olivia Simmons four points and Abbi Fischer and Aubrey Marjason three points apiece. Pyle also recorded seven assists and five steals, and Fischer dished out six assists.

Kilgore, which outscored Hallsville 19-11 in the fourth quarter, was paced by Miah Thomas with 23 points — 15 coming in the fourth quarter. Thomas also added three steals and 14 rebounds.

AT Anderson scored seven points to go along with three blocks and 12 rebounds, and Skye Cotton had 10 rebounds and five points.

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