Chapel Hill 63, Pine Tree 38
NEW CHAPEL HILL — Kya Cook and Ty’Liyah Moore led a balanced scoring attack as Chapel Hill took a 63-38 win over Pine Tree on Tuesday.
Cook and Moore had 10 points each.
D.J. Kincade scored 9 points, and Brittley Maddox, Tally Overshown and Kylie Griffin all had 8 points.
Malaeka Wilson finished with 16 points for Pine Tree.
Chapel Hill led 13-10 after the first quarter and 26-17 at halftime before outscoring the Lady Pirates 25-15 in the third quarter.
Chapel Hill (6-1) will play at Edgewood on Friday. Pine Tree will play at Lindale on Friday.
Bishop Gorman 63, Winona 48
Bella Aragaw had 16 points to help Bishop Gorman move to 6-0 on the season with a win over Winona on Tuesday night at Haddad Gymnasium.
Taylor Wood had 15 points. Elizabeth Mahfood and Maria Kariampuzha had 11 points each for Bishop Gorman.
Bishop Gorman will compete in the Fruitvale Invitational beginning Thursday.
Sabine 57, New Diana 30
DIANA — Mikinzi Cantrell and Blaire Kaufman scored 14 points each as the Lady Cardinals rolled past New Diana.
Mallory Furrh had 10 points for Sabine.
Sabine (2-0) will play in the Union Grove Tournament beginning Thursday.
Hawkins 66, Arp 27
ARP — Hawkins used a strong second half to pull away for a victory over Arp.
Hawkins led 23-13 at halftime before outscoring Arp 20-12 in the third quarter and 23-2 in the fourth.
Logan Jaco led Hawkins with 17 points. Alyssa Eddington scored 16 points. Jordyn Warren added 9 points and 10 steals for the Lady Hawks.
Keke Yarbrough led Arp with 19 points.
Hawkins will play in the Union Grove Tournament beginning Thursday.
Lindale 62, Van 51
LINDALE — Shailan Davis hit for 16 points and Shelbie Steen, fresh off the volleyball court, added 12 as the Lindale Lady Eagles scored a 62-51 win over Van on Tuesday.
Lily Chamberlain and Brenley Philen each added 10 points for the 1-2 Lindale squad. Also scoring for the Lady Eagles were Brooke Everest (6), Ashley Farmer (5) and Kalaya Pierce (2).
Brooklyn Allison led Van (0-1) with 12 points, followed by Macy Rucker (11), Gracie Brewer (9), Adyson Horan (7), Emma Lou Brown-Smith (7) and Skylar Savage (5).
Van is slated to play in the Crandall Tournament beginning on Thursday against Lake Worth beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Lady Vandals are set to play Ferris at 4:30 p.m. later that day.
Lindale is scheduled to play Pine Tree in Longview on Friday. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Bullard 65, Hallsville 30
BULLARD — The Bullard Lady Panthers broke open a close game at the half by outscoring Hallsville 52-14 in the final two quarters en route to a 65-30 win.
Laikyn Smith led the way for Hallsville with 14 points. Shamiah Morris added 10, Catherine Warford four and Bailie Perkins two. Abbi Fisher chipped in with five rebounds, and Olivia Simmons had four blocks.
Hallsville will compete in the Crandall Tournament this weekend.
Kilgore 56, Longview HEAT 42
KILGORE — A pair of 18-point quarters after halftime lifted the Kilgore Lady Bulldogs to a 56-42 win over Longview HEAT on Tuesday.
Miah Thomas scored 16 points and added seven rebounds and three steals for Kilgore, which improved to 3-0 on the young season. ATAnderson had eight points, two steals and 11 rebounds, Jada Abercrombie 12 points, two steals and eight rebounds and Skye Cotton eight points and 13 rebounds.
Jordan Parker scored 25 points to go along with five rebounds, four steals and two assists in the loss for HEAT. Jaden Parker added five points, Jaelyn Cleveland six points, eight rebounds and three blocks, Jenna Parker three points, five assists, two rebounds and six steals, Suzannah Neal five rebounds, Zoe Quinalty three points and Gracyn Stroman one rebound.
Pittsburg 68, Clarksville 53
PITTSBURG — Tyler Green led the way with 16 points, and the Pittsburg Lady Pirates earned a 68-53 win over Clarksville.
Natalie Styles added 14 points and Kyleigh Posey 12 for Pittsburg, which led 21-7 after one quarter and put things away by outscoring Clarksville 20-8 in the third.
Daingerfield 70, Gladewater 38
GLADEWATER — The Daingerfield Lady Tigers rolled to a 70-38 win over Gladewater.
Mikayla Roberson filled the stat sheet with 17 points, nine steals, four assists, five rebounds and two blocks for Daingerfield. Jaclyn Garrett finished with a game-high 23 points to go along with four rebounds and three assists. Kiara Robinson added 12 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals, Joi Akinsuroju two points, Mon'trevia Durham six points, five rebounds and two steals, Ashlyn Bruce wo points, Demontesia Hendrix one rebounds, Tyler Hayden a rebound and a steal, Genesis Allen two rebounds, Tori Bennett a rebound and a steal, TaQuazia Latchison six points and five rebounds and Kyasia Williams two rebounds.
Makayla Police led the way for Gladewater in the loss with 10 points. Victoria Perry added nine points, Sydney Spurlock five, Ebony Pipkin four, Haleigh Oliver three and Bri Boyd and Kamryn Floyd two apiece. Zandrea Tyeski had three points and four rebounds and Perry four rebounds and two steals.
Harmony 35, Grand Saline 19
HARMONY — The Harmony Lady Eagles blanked Grand Saline in the second quarter, putting up 16 points of their own and rolling to a 35-19 win to open the season.
Dacey Dawson had nine points for Harmony. Raylee Willie added eight, Lillie Jones six, Kati Burkham four and Macey Russell and Kinzee Settles two apiece.
Elysian Fields 48, Union Grove 28
ELYSIAN FIELDS — Christen Smith dropped in 12 points, Keyaria Harrison and Adrian Pacheco added nine apiece and the Elysian Fields Lady Yellowjackets notched a 48-28 win over Union Grove.
Harrison added four assists, Pacheco five steals and Amanda Gardner seven assists and four steals for Elysian Fields, which outscored Union Grove 27-8 in the first and fourth quarters.
Carleigh Judd had 16 points and Jocy Suarez five for Union Grove (4-1).
Union Grove will take on Union Hill at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Union Grove Tournament.
Jefferson 69, White Oak 49
JEFFERSON — Tierrani Johnson led the way with 28 points and seven rebounds, Nia Garrett added 17 points, eight assists and five steals and the Jefferson Lady Bulldogs opened up a big lead early en route to a 69-49 win over White Oak.
McKenzie Jordan, Ja'Kayla Rusk and Jaden Carter all added six points for Jefferson, which led 20-8 after one quarter. Da'Navia Thomas recorded four points and seven rebounds, and Ma'Kiya Young had two points.
Beckville 35, West Rusk 29
BECKVILLE — Raegan Greer led a balanced Beckville attack with eight points, and the Ladycats notched a 35-29 win over West Rusk.
Haley Straubie added six points, and Baylie Seegers and Hannah Sharpless finished with five apiece. McKinna Chamness chipped in with four points. Seegers also had five steals and Mize four steals and two assists.
Harleton 54, Troup 14
HARLETON — Tyler Mobley and Katelyn Smith combined for 25 points, eight rebounds, 11 assists and 11 steals to lead the Harleton Lady Wildcats to a 54-14 win over Troup.
Mobley led with 15 points, adding five rebounds, three assists and seven steals. Smith finished with 10 points, three rebounds, eight assists and four steals. Paiton Little dropped in nine points and added three rebounds, three assists and two steals. Lauren Garrett and Ashanti Johnson scored seven points apiece, with Garrett adding three rebounds and two assists and Johnson six rebounds, two assists and four steals. Kailey Wright and Haylea Mary had six rebounds apiece, and Remington Stinebaugh had two points and two rebounds.
Winnsboro 60, Brownsboro 51
WINNSBORO — Paris Miller poured in 26 points, but Brownsboro dropped a 60-51 decision to Winnsboro on Tuesday.
Allie Cooper added 9 points for Brownsboro.
Brownsboro (5-2) will take on Ferris at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the Crandall Tournament.
Frankston 62, Brook Hill 23
FRANKSTON — Keryonna Eldridge scored 18 points as Frankston took a 62-23 win over Brook Hill.
Abbie Ramsey had 11 points for Frankston, and Ja’Shalyn Hatton added 9 points.
Katlyn Jasper led Brook Hill with 11 points, and freshman Nicole Tng scored 10 points.
Frankston will compete in the Eustace Tournament beginning Thursday. Brook Hill will play at Big Sandy on Friday.
Athens 74, Kaufman 50
ATHENS — Mimi McCollister poured in 31 points as Athens defeated Kaufman on Tuesday.
Corian Hudson had 10 points for Athens.
Athens (1-1) will host John Tyler on Friday.