LINDALE — Whitehouse completed a dominant three days Saturday at the Lindale Hoop Heaven Tournament, crushing North Forney and Robert E. Lee to raise its record to 6-0 for the season.

The Wildcats woke up early in the morning to play the first game at Eagle Gymnasium, but that did not seem to affect their offense as Whitehouse scored 23 points in the first period and 21 in the second to overwhelm North Forney en route to an 88-52 win.

Several hours later, Whitehouse was in control again, this time against Lee. The Wildcats blew open a single-digit contest at halftime, draining five treys in the third period to score 30 points en route to a 71-44 victory.

For the Red Raiders (6-3) it was the second loss in as many games and the third game in a row that Lee had been held under 50 points.

In the nightcap, host Lindale's girls and boys teams took center stage as the Lady Eagles used a double-double from Natasha Malone to defeat Pine Tree 47-40.

The Lindale boys then capped the evening by topping North Forney 49-34, joining Whitehouse to finish its own tournament with a 3-1 record.

WHITEHOUSE 71, ROBERT E. LEE 44

The Wildcats and Red Raiders were even through one period, but Whitehouse had an advantage Lee couldn't stop — inside scoring.

Brady Hill scored most of his game-high 21 points in the paint with Patrick Mahomes producing 13 of his final 16 in the opening two quarters to help the Wildcats lead 26-18 at halftime.

Whitehouse did not go inside in the third period — the Wildcats did not need to thanks to Jaylon Dews draining three 3-pointers and Whitehouse going 5 for 7 overall in the period from beyond the arc. It was part of a 10-0 run that ended any comeback thoughts from the Red Raiders.

Demodrick Barker led Lee with nine points in the loss while Jack Calhoun added eight points.

Hill also had eight rebounds and a block while Jake Parker finished with 10 boards. Dews scored 12 points, all coming from the 3-point line.

Lee will next face Nacogdoches on the road at 7 p.m. Tuesday while Whitehouse plays host to South Australia at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Wildcat Gym.

LINDALE 47, PINE TREE 40

It was revenge for Lindale (6-4), which had suffered a double-digit loss to Pine Tree earlier in the season.

"We definitely came out and played with a little more intensity than the last time we played them," Lady Eagles coach Brandon Walters said. "We are continuing to get better each game. Our girls did a great job tonight."

Malone finished with 15 points and 16 rebounds. The Lady Eagles also got double-figure scoring from Heather Gilbert with 11 points.

Pine Tree (7-4) received a double-double from Sky-Lynn Holmes in the loss with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Kabreisha Orange led the Lady Pirates with 17 points.

The Lady Pirates used a 10-0 run in the third period to set up a good finish. A 3-pointer by Orange made the score 40-39 with 3:47 remaining.

Lindale responded by outscoring Pine Tree 7-1 the rest of the way on baskets from Malone, Gilbert and Paige Murphy to close out the win.

LINDALE 49, NORTH FORNEY 34

The Eagles and Falcons were engaged in a tight contest before the visitors tried to stall out a large portion of the second period.

Lindale took exception and used the scoreboard as its retribution.

North Forney led 15-12 at the end of the first period and came out in the second with a basket by Breylon Jordan to push its advantage to 16-12. Lindale answered with a basket by Jacob Capo.

North Forney dribbled but stopped just after midcourt with the coach calling for him to stay there. Lindale remained in its zone as the Falcons guard dribbled out almost four minutes of the clock with the Eagle fans screaming at him during every second.

Once Lindale finally came out and matched up, the Eagles forced a turnover and got the ball back.

Then the Eagles took the lead back and never relinquished it, courtesy of consecutive 3-pointers by Jordan Gray.

Lindale went on to finish the half on an 8-0 run and outscore Forney 35-18 following the failed stall tactic.

"They were disgracing our home court," Lindale's Mason Terry said . "(During the stall period) we just were going to work as a team and no matter what happens we were going to come out with a win."

Capo led all players with 17 points while Terry totaled eight points for the Eagles. North Forney was led in the loss by Armani Watts' 16 points and two steals.

Hoop Heaven Classic

 

At Lindale High School

Thursday's Games

Girls: West Rusk 61, Troup 42

Boys: Lindale 49, Pine Tree 26

Boys: Whitehouse 68, Longview 63

Girls: Pine Tree 42, Henderson 29

Boys: Robert E. Lee 52, North Forney 49

Girls: Lindale 60, West Rusk 40

Boys: Longview 63, Lindale 62, OT

Friday's Games

Girls: Troup 46, Lindale 41

Girls: Henderson 38, West Rusk 37

Boys: Robert E. Lee 46, Pine Tree 33

Girls: Pine Tree 41, Troup 28

Girls: Lindale 55, Henderson 13

Boys: Whitehouse 83, Pine Tree 44

Boys: Lindale 41, Robert E. Lee 40

Saturday's Games

Boys: Whitehouse 88, North Forney 52

Girls: Pine Tree 37, West Rusk 31

Girls: Troup 52, Henderson 24

Boys: Longview 55, Pine Tree 35

Boys: Whitehouse 71, Robert E. Lee 44

Girls: Lindale 47, Pine Tree 40

Boys: Lindale 49, North Forney 34

Saturday's Box Scores

Game 1 Boys

Whitehouse 88, North Forney 52

North Forney 6 22 16 8—52

Whitehouse 23 21 10 34—88

NORTH FORNEY — Breylon Jordan, 5; Tyrell Choice, 14; Armani Watts, 11; Kobie Jefferson, 2; JaCorey Jones, 6; Parrish Price, 4; Aaron Conant, 0; Cameron Justice, 4; Jacoby Armstrong, 2; Zane McFarland, 4.

WHITEHOUSE — Jaylon Dews, 5; Calvin Vaughn, 4; Jacob Lundmark, 6; Logan Gonter, 4; Patrick Mahomes, 22; Nate Brooks, 1; Jake Parker, 2; Bryce Hand, 4; Landon Glasscock, 2; Brady Hill, 16; Isiah Clark, 4; Drew Smith, 1; Spencer Shaw, 17.

THREE-POINT GOALS — NF: Jordan, Choice. WH: Lundmark (2), Dews, Mahomes, Shaw.

RECORDS — Whitehouse 6-0.

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Game 2 Girls

Pine Tree 37, West Rusk 31

Pine Tree 18 6 7 6 — 37

West Rusk 10 5 5 10 — 31

PINE TREE — Gary, 4; Orange, 13; Holmes, 16; Skeeler, 4.

WEST RUSK — Reddic, 16; Nutt, 3; Buckner, 5; Sanchez, 0; Wilson, 7.

THREE-POINT GOALS — PT: Orange (2). WR: Nutt.

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Game 3 Girls

Troup 52, Henderson 24

Troup 6 22 13 11 — 52

Henderson 6 2 8 8 — 24

TROUP — Nolan, 6; Ross, 26; Lacy, 2; Kincade, 7; Krueger, 11.

HENDERSON — O'Quinn, 1; Boles, 8; Austin, 2; Harris, 4; Stewart, 3; Williams, 6.

THREE-POINT GOALS — T: Kincade. H: Boles (2).

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Game 4 Boys

Longview 55, Pine Tree 35

Pine Tree 8 11 11 5 — 35

Longview 13 13 15 14 — 55

PINE TREE — Lucy, 5; Hays, 3; Adams, 4; Chumley, 10; Manns, 9; Hines, 4.

LONGVIEW — Anthony, 8; Williams, 26; Whitaker, 5; O'Quinn, 2; Howard, 4; Jones, 2; Leonard, 3; Anthony, 3; Coby, 2.

THREE-POINT GOALS — PT: Manns. LV: Anthony.

RECORDS — Longview 6-3.

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Game 5 Boys

Whitehouse 71, Robert E. Lee 44

Whitehouse 16 10 30 15 — 71

Robert E. Lee 12 6 16 10 — 44

WHITEHOUSE — Jaylon Dews, 12; Calvin Vaughn, 5; Jacob Lundmark, 0; Logan Gonter, 0; Patrick Mahomes, 16; Nate Brooks, 0; Jake Parker, 2; Bryce Hand, 2; Trey Wheeler, 0; Landon Glasscock, 0; Brady Hill, 21; Isiah Clark, 1; Drew Smith, 0; Spencer Shaw, 12.

ROBERT E. LEE — Rico Major, 5; D'Varius Taylor, 0; Demodrick Barker, 9; Jack Calhoun, 8; Robert Pulliam, 2; Kevin Ramsey, 0; Brian Brite, 3; Caleb Johnston, 6; John Michael Brattlof, 6; Paxton Potter, 2; J.J. Barron, 3.

THREE-POINT GOALS — WH: Dews (4), Shaw (2), Hill, Mahomes, Vaughn. REL: Barker (2), Calhoun, Brite, Johnston.

RECORDS — Whitehouse 6-0; Robert E. Lee 6-3.

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Game 6 Girls

Lindale 47, Pine Tree 40

Pine Tree 12 18 16 4 — 40

Lindale 12 12 13 10 — 47

PINE TREE — Alyssa Jones, 2; Sheondra Clayton, 4; Kabreisha Orange, 17; Sky-Lynn Holmes, 13; Mikayla Crabtree, 4.

LINDALE — Paige Murphy, 5; McKenna Cox, 6; Jade Mauldin, 0; Natasha Malone, 15; Symone Brookins, 2; Kamryn Pilkinton, 3; Heather Gilbert, 11; Megan Seawright, 2; Michaela Walker, 3.

THREE-POINT GOALS — PT: Orange (3). LIN: Gilbert.

RECORDS — Pine Tree 7-4; Lindale 6-4.

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Game 7 Boys

Lindale 49, North Forney 34

North Forney 15 1 9 9 — 34

Lindale 12 10 15 12 — 49

NORTH FORNEY — Breylon Jordan, 1; Tyrell Choice, 5; Armani Watts, 16; JaCorey Jones, 3; Parrish Price, 6; Aaron Conant, 0; Cameron Justice, 3.

LINDALE — Laettner Greenhill, 3; Mason Terry, 8; Jordan Gray, 6; Court Brown, 5; Brian Boaz, 4; Tavon Griffin, 4; Jacob Capo, 17.

THREE-POINT GOALS — NF: Watts (3), Choice. L: Gray (2), Greenhill.

RECORDS — Lindale 6-2.

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