No. 8 Canton 44, Brownsboro 37

BROWNSBORO — Retiring East Texas icon Fred Griffin coached his final home game for the Brownboro Bearettes on Friday at Brownsboro High School.

The No. 8 Canton Eaglettes held off the Bearettes 44-37.

Griffin is retiring after 35 years as Brownsboro girls coach. He has won 1,044 games. His Bearettes (17-14) play at Mabank on Tuesday in his final game as head coach.

Hannah Manry led the district champion Eaglettes (24-5, 10-0) with 15 points.

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District 13-4A

No. 8 Canton 44, Brownsboro 37

Canton                    7   13      9    15 — 44

Brownsboro        10     1   12    14 — 37

CANTON—Manry, 15; Wood, 2; Nixon, 8; Nilius, 2; Tullos, 5; Prox, 12.

BROWNSBORO—Hambrick, 2; Downey, 3; A. Williams, 16; Fulgham, 6; A. Smith, 4; England, 10; Limbrick, 3.

THREE POINT GOALS—C: Nixon. B: Fulgham, England.

JV SCORE—Brownsboro 33-31.

FROSH SCORE—Brownsboro 25-14.

RECORDS—Canton 24-5 (9-0), Brownsboro 17-14 (2-7).

NEXT UP—Wills Point at Canton, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday; Brownsboro at Mabank, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.

 

Grace Community 60, All Saints 57

The Grace Community Lady Cougars clinched the TAPPS 3-5A district basketball title on Friday night at Grace Gym.

Addie Daughtry hit for 29 points in leading the Lady Cougars (21-6, 5-0) to a 60-57 victory over the All Saints Lady Trojans (18-9, 3-2).

The win clinched the Lady Cougars their second consecutive league title.

Jordan Tauscher added 12 points for Grace.

Trysten Mosley led All Saints with 16 points with Madison Findley and Madeline Perkins added 15 and 11 points, respectively.

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Girls

No. 7 Grace Community 60,

No. 9 All Saints 57

All Saints              13   12   17    15 — 57

Grace                    16   22   11    11 — 60

ALL SAINTS—Trysten Mosley, 16; Madison Findley, 15; Madeline Perkins, 11; Lauren Datwiler, 8; Hannah Widman, 4; Shelby Phillips, 2.

GRACE—Addie Daughtry, 28; Jordan Tauscher, 12; Emily Edwards, 6; Jo Murray, 5; Reagan Wilson, 4; Molly Hicks, 3; Stella Thomas, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS—AS: Mosley, Findley (3), Perkins, Datwiler. GC: Daughtry (2), Tauscher, Hicks.

JV SCORE—All Saints 20-19, OT.

RECORDS—All Saints 18-9 (3-2), Grace 21-6 (5-0).

NEXT UP—Brook Hill at All Saints, 6 p.m. Friday; Slocum at Grace Community, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

 

Bishop Gorman 33, Bullard Brook Hill 25

The Bishop Gorman Lady Crusaders defeated the Brook Hill Lady Guard on Friday night 33-25.

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18-1A

Gorman 33, Brook Hill 25

Gorman                11     8      5      9 — 33

Brook Hill                9     8      2      6 — 25

GORMAN— Fanning, 5; C. Carl, 2; Dacus, 9; Rebmann, 8; Aragaw, 4; Gueverra, 5.

BROOK HILL— Rhea, 5; Christopher, 4; Luker, 2; McGowen, 4; Turner, 6.

THREE POINT GOALS—G: Dacus, Gueverra. BH: Rhea.

RECORDS—Gorman 11-10 (2-3).

 

Hawkins 66, Carlisle 25

HAWKINS — Three Lady Hawks scored in double figures to help power Hawkins to a 66-25 win over the Carlisle Lady Indians on Friday in a District 16-2A girls basketball game.

Raeli Smith led Hawkins with 14 points, followed by Christian Harris (13) and Alyssa Eddington (12).

Also chipping in for Hawkins were Harlie Conover (7 points, 2 assists),  Emily Moore (7 points, 6 rebounds, block), Jaycee Cheshire (6 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals), Emily Hodges (4 points, 6 rebounds),and Megan Haney (2 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds, steal). Carolyn Searer was a big defensive contributor as well, racking up eight rebounds and two blocks.

Hawkins won the JV game 31-8.

 

No. 1 Martin’s Mill 80, Quinlan Boles 14

QUINLAN — The No. 1 Martin’s Mill Lady Mustangs continued to roll, scoring an 80-14 win over Quinlan Boles on Friday in a District 14-2A girls basketball game.

Briley Moon led Martin’s Mill (32-1, 9-0) with 19 points, while Mollie Daniel, Taylor Sparks and Abbie Orrick hit for 13 points apiece.

Charlea Helmberger led the Lady Hornets (12-17, 4-5).

Martin’s Mill will host Dallas Gateway on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

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14-2A

Martin’s Mill 80, Boles 14

Martin’s Mill         27   15   17    21 — 80

Boles                       2     8      1      3 — 14

MARTIN’S MILL— Briley Moon, 19; Mollie Daniel, 13; Taylor Sparks, 13; Abbie Orrick, 13; Rachel Alvis, 8; Hadley Perkins, 8; Cali Camacho, 6.

BOLES—Charlea Helmberger, 5; Abby Helmberger, 3; Katelyn Hearn, 4; Hannah Pearson, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS—MM: Moon (4), Orrick, Perkins, Camacho (2). B: C. Helmberger.

RECORDS—Martin’s Mill 32-1 (9-0); Boles 12-17 (4-5).

NEXT UP—Dallas Gateway at Martin’s Mill, 7 p.m. Tuesday; Quinlan Boles at North Hopkins, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

 

Sabine 72, West Rusk 22

NEW LONDON — Kristen Stuart had a double-double leading the Sabine Lady Cardinals to a 72-22 District 15-3A girls basketball win on Friday.

Stuart had 19 points and 10 rebounds, along with three steals.

Sarah Davis (16 points), Brookelyn Gray (10) and Natalie Morgan (10) all scored in double figures for the Lady Cards.

Others scoring for Sabine were Miranda Cook (6), Jordin Broadway (5), Misty Pate (4) and Gracie Taylor (2).

Morgan had five rebounds with Cook and Taylor adding four boards each. Gray had four assists.

Sabine’s JV Lady Cardinals finished their season unbeaten with a 39-5 victory over West Rusk. They are 21-0 overall and won the district championship.

Sabine will host Arp on Tuesday at 6 p.m. West Rusk is scheduled to visit Troup.

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15-3A

Sabine 72, West Rusk 22

Sabine                   25   16   15    16 — 72

West Rusk              2     9      7      4 — 22

 

 

 Rains 51, Wills Point 33

WILLS POINT — Chanlee Oakes, Autumn Terry and Leo Terry were all in double figures as the Rains LadyCats defeated the Wills Point Lady Tigers, 51-33, on Friday in a District 13-4A girls basketball game.

Oakes led with 16 points, followed by Autumn Terry (14) and Leo Terry (13).

Harley Sieber paced Wills Points with 19 points.

Rains meets Van in Emory on Tuesday, while Wills Point visits Canton.

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District 13-4A

Rains 51, Wills Point 33

Rains                     11   18      9    12 — 51

Wills Point              7     7      7    12 — 33

RAINS—Aubrey Gowin, 4; Autumn Terry, 14; Chanlee Oakes, 16; Jaylee Sims, 0; DezaRay Duarte, 4; Leo Terry, 13; Heagen Steed, 0; MaKinzie, 0.

WILLS POINT—Addison Prather, 8; Hailey Hoover, 1; Mellanie Sullivan, 1; Harley Sieber, 19; Marissa Fields, 2; Kirsten Hatten, 0; Kyann Collins, 1; Dawn Smith, 1.

THREE POINT GOALS—R: A. Terry. WP: Sieber (3).

RECORDS—Rains 19-10 (7-2), Wills Point 9-17 (0-9).

NEXT UP—Van at Rains, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday; Wills Point at Canton, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.

 

Kilgore 34, Bullard 27

KILGORE — Jamaria Thomas scored 11 points to help Kilgore take a key District 15-4A girls basketball game on Friday.

The Lady Bulldogs defeated the Bullard Lady Panthers 34-27 in a battle of top teams. Kilgore (17-12) leads the district at 8-1, while Bullard (28-7) drops to 7-2.

Allie Kirgan led the Lady Panthers with 11 points, while Erin Berry had 10.

Kilgore is scheduled to play at Gilmer on Tuesday, while Bullard plays host to Gladewater. Both games are scheduled to start at 6:15 p.m.

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District 15-4A

Kilgore 34, Bullard 27

Bullard                     7   12      7      1 — 27

Kilgore                    8     4   11    11 — 34

BULLARD—Erin Berry, 10; Sydney Foster, 6; Allie Kirgan, 11.

KILGORE—Jamaria Thomas, 11; Jada Abercrombie, 9; Tianna Holland, 6; Maih Thomas, 6; Miraya Mitchell, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS—B: Berry (3). K: none.

RECORDS—Bullard 28-7 (7-2), Kilgore 17-12 (8-1).

NEXT UP—Gladewater at Bullard, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday; Kilgore at Gilmer, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.

 

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I am a native Tylerite and I grew up reading the Tyler Morning Telegraph and The Tyler Courier-Times. My parents took both the morning and afternoon papers. I came to work here 35 years ago at the age of 23, right after college.

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