JT 67, Jacksonville 49
JACKSONVILLE — Michael Hogg Jr. scored 21 points and Darry Moore, who picked up an offer from Midway (Kentucky) University this week, added 17 as John Tyler defeated Jacksonville 67-49 on Friday in a District 16-5A basketball game at John Alexander Gymnasium.
The Lions improve to 16-15 overall and 7-6 in league play. JT will play host to Whitehouse on Tuesday at Boulter Middle School. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
Richard Powell added 12 for points for JT as the Lions hit all nine of their free throw attempts.
Others scoring for JT were Roy Lampton (8), Anthony Miner (3), Jerome Jones (3) and Frank Turner (3).
Vito High led the Indians with 14 points, followed by Amad'juan Menefee (7), DeShawn McCuin (7), Keion Reed (6), Chris Carpenter (5), Sean Driskell (4), Jonathan Denman (3) and Garry Minifee (2).
Jacksonville (6-23, 2-11) is scheduled to play at Hallsville on Tuesday.
Rockwall-Heath 56, Tyler Lee 46
ROCKWALL — Jamal Jones scored 11 points, but Tyler Lee dropped a 56-46 decision to Rockwall-Heath in a District 11-6A boys basketball game on Friday.
Devin Johnson had 10 points for the Red Raiders, and Jaiden Pinson added 8 points.
The Red Raiders (11-19, 1-10) play their final game of the season on Tuesday, hosting North Mesquite. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m.
The Hawks (15-15, 6-5) play at Mesquite on Tuesday.
All Saints 83, Dallas Shelton 42
On "Senior Night" senior Levi McCasland led the way with 24 points as the All Saints Trojans clinched second place in the TAPPS 4A District 3 with an 83-42 win over the Dallas Shelton Chargers on Friday at Brookshire Gym.
The Trojans (24-6, 8-2) used big second (26-10) and third (25-10) quarters en route to the win.
Along with McCasland, junior Logan Francis hit for 24 points and sophomore Kyle Patrick added 11.
Before the game seniors McCasald, Daylon Lewis, Jackson Jordan, Caleb Shotwell, Scottie Turner, Jacob Roberts, Colin Gee and Jerry Jia were honored.
Others scoring for All Saints were Nick Davis (8), Gee (6), Roberts (4), Jordan (3) and Lewis (3).
The Chargers fall to 11-12 and 6-4.
The Trojans are scheduled to begin the playoffs on Feb. 19.
Bullard Brook Hill 50,
Tyler Grace Community 36
BULLARD — Jared Johnson scored 22 points and TyJuan Cannon added 10 as the Brook Hill Guard defeated Grace Community 50-36 on "Senior Night."
Brook Hill improves to 17-13 overall and 3-3 in TAPPS 5A District 3 play. The Cougars fall to 6-19 and 0-6.
Others scoring for Brook Hill were Joseph Johnson (8), Jake Edwards (5), Conner Livesay (4) and Chandler Fletcher (1).
Jared Johnson and Cannon each hit two 3-pointers with Edwards adding one.
Jacob Shultz and Alvin Skipworth led the Cougars with eight points each. They were followed by Luke Smith (7), Jace Rees (5), Braydon Stone (4), Nathan Luce (2) and Jacob Tucker (2). Rees had a trey for the Cougars.
Rockwall 52, Longview 49, OT
LONGVIEW — After taking a 39-point thumping in the first meeting of the season and falling behind 12-0 early in the second, Longview didn't go quietly on Friday night against Rockwall.
But, in the end of a scrappy, back-and-forth affair, it was the YellowJackets prevailing in overtime.
Rockwall took possession and held it in overtime, outscoring the Lobos 7-4 in the extra period to escape Lobo Coliseum with a 52-49 win over Longview in District 11-6A action.
With its postseason spot and seeding already locked in, Longview wraps its regular season at 7-5 and third place in 11-6A. Rockwall, meanwhile, claims the 11-6A title at 10-1 with one game remaining for the YellowJackets.
Longview will enter the postseason at 26-8. The YellowJackets close the season on Tuesday at Mesquite Horn, who grabbed a 65-62 win over second-place Mesquite on Friday night.
Mesquite is locked in to second place at 8-3 ahead of Longview. The fourth and final spot out of 11-6A will come down to Tuesday with Horn (5-6) hosting Rockwall and Rockwall-Heath (6-5) travelling to Mesquite.
Nacogdoches 72, Marshall 59
NACOGDOCHES — The Nacogdoches Dragons improved to 12-1 in District 16-5A with a 72-59 win over the Marshall Mavericks on Friday in boys basketball.
Nacogdoches is 32-5 overall. Marshall drops to 18-12 overall and 4-9 in district.
Whitehouse 36, Pine Tree 25
WHITEHOUSE — The Whitehouse Wildcats defeated the Pine Tree Pirates 36-25 on Friday in a District 16-5A basketball game at C.L. Nix Wildcat Arena.
The Pirates were led in the loss by J.J. Sparkman's 13-point, 10-rebound double-double. Sparkman also had two steals and an assist, and Isaiah Lawson chipped in with five points and three rebounds.
Van 62, Brownsboro 56
BROWNSBORO — In a tight District 14-4A basketball game, the Van Vandals edged the Brownsboro Bears 62-56 on Friday.
Jarrod Hastings led the homestanding Bears on "Senior Night" with 17 points. Two seniors were honored — Saul Williams, who had 13 points, and Jacob Fitzgerald.
Others scoring for the Bears (12-15, 4-5) were Tylor Johnson (10), Gage Wehrmann (8), Colby Wood (5) and Chance King (3).
Hastings had three 3-pointers for the Bears with Williams and King adding one each.
Austin Mitchell led Van (18-9, 8-1) with 16 points with PJ Brooks and Hunter Hutchins scoring 13 apiece. Also scoring for the Vandals were Jayden Jacobs (10), JJ Kellum (6), Liam Nielson (2) and Javonta Thomas (2).
Mitchell had four 3-pointers for Van with Brooks hitting three and Hutchins one.
Brownsboro won the JV game 46-40 with the Vandals taking the freshman contest, 36-26.
Brownsboro will visit Canton on Tuesday with a varsity tipoff set for 7:30 p.m. Van is scheduled to host Mabank on Tuesday with the district title on the line. Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
Both the Vandals and Panthers, who defeated Athens 43-40 on Friday, are 8-1 in league play.
Henderson 68, Bullard 57
HENDERSON — Markell Washington scored 16 points, Kevin Fields had 10 of his 14 points in a big second quarter and Henderson locked up the third spot in District 16-5A with a 68-57 win over Bullard.
Caleb Medford added nine points and seven assists for the Lions (9-19, 7-4), who trailed by three after one quarter but outscored the Panthers 24-9 in the second period.
The Lions will close out the regular season at Kilgore on Tuesday.
Edgewood 68, Alba-Golden 54
ALBA — Brayden Allen hit for 31 points, including six 3-pointers, as the Edgewood Bulldogs defeated the Alba-Golden Panthers 68-54 on Friday in a District 12-3A basketball game.
Sean Joyce added 12 points for the Bulldogs. Others scoring for Edgewood were Jordan Davison (7), Tanner Patterson (6), Trey McPherson (5), Hudson Tyner (3), Brodie Prather (2) and Cooper Hill (2).
Jon Michael Chadwick led the Panthers with 22 points and Zane Smith added 10.
Edgewood is scheduled to host Mineola at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, while Alba-Golden visits Emory Rains.
White Oak 48, Winona 27
WINONA — Dustin Covington led a balanced Roughneck scoring attack with 10 points, and White Oak moved to 4-9 in District 16-3A play with a 48-27 win over Winona.
Nate Hearron added eight points for White Oak, which outscored Winona 28-13 in the middle two quarters to take control. Collin Bower and Matt Bort chipped in with seven points apiece, and Carson Bower and Mike Bort added six each. Carson Bower also had eight rebounds, and Covington recorded three steals.
The White Oak JV earned a 40-23 win over Bullard, and the Roughneck freshmen defeated Longview Christian School's JV, 28-22.
White Oak hosts Harmony to close out the season on Tuesday.
Sabine 65, Harmony 37
HARMONY — Eylan Goodwyn paced the Cardinals with 17 points, Travion Oliver (15), Savoy Goodwyn (10) and Tucker Gabriel (10) joined him in double figures and Sabine rolled to a 65-37 win over Harmony in District 16-3A.
Eylan Goodwyn also had nine rebounds, three assists and three steals for Sabine, which outscored the Eagles 22-7 in the second quarter. Oliver chipped in with four steals, Saboy Goodwyn seven rebounds, David Robinson five points, Jace Burns four points, Johnny Clopton three points and Scottie Taylor one point.
Sabine (22-9, 10-1) will host West Rusk on Tuesday.
Troup 52, Arp 42
TROUP — Quincy Kincade scored 14 points, Weslee Ross and Kedrick Frazier had 11 apiece and Troup moved to 11-2 in District 16-3A (20-5 overall) with a 52-42 win over Arp.
Kris Johnson and Grayson Driggs scored seven points apiece for Troup. Desmon Deason added two.
Johnathan Blackwell had 18 points for Arp (9-4). Also scoring for Arp were Kajun Horton (6), Tren Jones (5) Ka'darion Barnett (3), Daniel Clary (3), John Henry (3), Kadaylon Williams (2) and Zacharisah Maudlin (2).
Troup hosts Winona at 7:30 p.m. Monday with Arp scheduled to visits Gladewater at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Hawkins 62, Union Grove 58
UNION GROVE — Tristian Garrett scored 20 points to pace the Hawkins Hawks to a 62-58 win over Union Grove on Friday in a District 16-2A basketball game at the Lion Center.
Akim Richmond added 15 points for Hawkins with Camron Taylor notching 12.
Kole Burns and Carson Daniels scored 18 apiece in the loss for Union Grove (4-7). Cade Judd had nine, Blain Burge and Matthew Bower five apiece and Kyle Turner one. Burns also had 12 rebounds and two blocks, Daniels seven rebounds and two steals, Burge seven rebounds and Bower three assists.
Others scoring for Hawkins (22-5, 8-3) were Jayden Dacus (6), Zach Conde (5) and Paeton Smith (4).
Richmond and Garrett had three 3-pointers each with Dacus adding two. Conde had one.
Hawkins will host "Senior Night" against Harleton at 5 p.m. Monday.
Carlisle 73, Harleton 34
HARLETON — Brayden Martin had a double-double and Gerald Turner was one steal shy of the magic mark as the Carlisle Indians defeated the Harleton Wildcats 73-34 on Friday in a District 16-2A basketball game.
Martin had 21 points and 16 rebounds with Turner adding 21 points and nine steals. Others scoring for the Indians (11-9, 7-5) were Alex Garza (12), Jonthan Fraser (8), Carlos DeLeon (5), Brett Roland (4) and Eric Mendoza (3).
Harleton (1-22, 1-10) plays at Hawkins on Monday. Carlisle has a bye.
ETCS 72, King's Academy 29
LONGVIEW — Four Chargers scored in double figures, led by Octavian McKee's 19 points, and East Texas Christian School coasted to a 72-29 win over Tyler King's Academy.
McKee added four rebounds for the Chargers. Ben Hill had 16 points and three rebounds, John Sawyer 11 points and three assists, James Sawyer six points, five rebounds and 11 assists, Braden McCullin 10 points, four rebounds, six assists and two steals and Ethan Trotter nine points. Luke Starrett chipped in with two points.
New Summerfield 70, Alto 62
NEW SUMMERFIELD — New Summerfield held off Alto 70-62 on Friday in a District 21-2A basketball game.
Alto will celebrate "Senior Night" on Tuesday when the Yellow Jackets host Carlisle. JV action begins at 5 p.m. followed by the varsity.
In between games, coach Seth Hubbard will recognize Alto seniors Fred Thacker and Bubba Mumphrey.
Against New Summerfield, Thacker led the 'Jackets with 19 points. Others scoring for Alto (7-17, 2-7) were Marlon Warren (16), Will Dixon (9), Skyler Atkins (8), Ki'Alto Deason (4), Kurrinsai Jackson (4) and Jay Pope (2).
Collin Wilkerson (28) and Bryant Leon (21) combined for 49 points to lead the Hornets.
New Summerfield (23-7, 6-3) plays at Mount Enterprise on Tuesday. Varsity tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m.