All Saints outscored Troup 18-1 after Troup’s Brandon Hearon’s 3-pointer cut the Tigers’ deficit to 22-15 midway through the second quarter as the Trojans scored an 86-23 win in the opening game of the 17th annual Tyler Area Basketball Officials Scholarship Classic on Friday at the UT Tyler’s Herrington Patriot Center.

The Classic continues today. Games include: Laneville vs. Miller Grove, 10 a.m.; Chapel Hill vs. Grace Community, 11:30 a.m.; Bishop Gorman vs. Pittsburg, 1 p.m.; Frankston vs. Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill, 3 p.m.; Jacksonville vs. Brownsboro, 4:30 p.m.; Whitehouse vs. Canton, 6 p.m.; and Forney vs. Robert E. Lee, 7:30 p.m.

In the first game, All Saints’ pressure defense allowed Matthew Brunson to score six points during the run. Gill Clements and Aston Francis each added four points apiece to up the lead to 40-16.

Francis scored a game-high 26 points and fellow junior Jaired Maddox netted 15 points for the Trojans. Clements was also in double figures with 10 points.

Marcus Kincade led the Tigers in scoring with nine points.

MP Chapel Hill 52,

Brownsboro 34

In Game 2 of the Classic, Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill’s Baron Rogers nailed a 3-pointer after Brownsboro had cut the advantage to 35-30 with 5:57 left in the game with a basket by Jared Bragdon.

The Red Devils outscored the Bears 19-4 the rest of the way to win 54-34.

Rogers scored 15 points and Hunter May contributed 12 points for MPCH.

Brownsboro was led in scoring by the inside scoring of Quentin McKenzie with 10 points.

Whitehouse 75,

Mount Pleasant 34

A short-handed Whitehouse squad defeated Mount Pleasant 75-34 in the third contest.

The Wildcats were playing without three starters, who were competing in Class 4A football playoffs.

Whitehouse limited the Tigers to just a basket in the third quarter and that came with 39 seconds on the clock. The Wildcats scored 18 points in the period to lead 57-23 entering the fourth period. Landon Glasscock scored six consecutive points for the Wildcats during the third quarter.

Spencer Shaw led the Wildcats with 24 points and Bryce Hand came off the bench to contribute 14 points.

Wills Point 60,

Palestine 56

In the most exciting and tightest contest of the day, Wills Point trailed most of the game, and fell behind as much as 11 points in the third period, before rallying to defeat Palestine 60-56.

Bullard 49,

Bishop Gorman 42

In the nightcap, Bullard kept Bishop Gorman at bay and was under control by sharing the ball for a 49-42 win.

The Panthers led 19-7 at the 1:11 mark of the first quarter, when the Crusaders cut the advantage to 19-17 with Garrett Thibodeaux scoring six points and Sean Goforth and Chris Danly two points each.

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Tyler Area Basketball Officials

Scholarship Classic

Herrington Patriot Center, UT Tyler

All Saints 86, Troup 23

All Saints 19 26 20 21 — 86

Troup 9 10 2 2 — 23

ALL SAINTS — Aston Francis, 26; Gill Clements, 10; Matthew Brunson, 9; Clayton Smith, 8; Sean Phillips, 9; Jaired Maddox, 15; Brad Luzietti, 2; Luke Lee, 3; Chris Williams, 4.

TROUP — Marcus Kincade, 9; Brandon Hearon, 3; Lou Roberson, 1; Marquis Davis, 5;Callen Eastman, 2; Chance Selvidge, 2; Charlie Rowden, 1.

THREE POINT GOALS — AS: Francis (2). T: Kincade, Hearon.

NEXT UP — Joaquin at All Saints, 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill 52, Brownsboro 34

MPCH 14 13 8 17 — 52

Brownsboro 12 7 5 10 — 34

MPCH — Baron Rogers, 15; Dylan Zachary, 3; Hunter May, 12; Skylar O’Dell, 3; Ruston Jones, 6; Ethan Rester, 1; Justin Wood, 3; Colton Blalock, 5; Damon Jones, 4.

BROWNSBORO — Jared Bragdon, 7; Quentin McKenzie, 10; Xavier Richardson, 6; Caleb Seale, 2; Will Bailey, 8; Deandre Cook, 1.

THREE POINT GOALS — MPCH: Zachary, Jones, May (2), Rogers (3).

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Whitehouse 75, Mount Pleasant 34

Mount Pleasant 13 8 2 11 — 34

Whitehouse 13 26 18 18 — 75

MOUNT PLEASANT — Veasley, 5; Rodgers, 4; Fields, 11; Quiring, 4; Dukes, 2; Milburn, 3; Neal, 5.

WHITEHOUSE — Calvin Vaughn, 4: Jacob Lundmark, 4; Logan Gonter, 7; Bryce Hand, 14; Trey Wheeler, 0; Brady Hill, 6; Isaiah Clark, 6; Ryan Walls 0: Jacob Sharp, 2; Spencer Shaw, 24; Landon Glasscock, 8 .

THREE POINT GOALS — MP: Veasley, Fields, Milburn, Neal. WH: Gonter, Shaw.

RECORDS — Whitehouse 1-0.

NEXT UP — Whitehouse vs. Canton, 6 p.m. today.

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Center 49, Van 44

Van 10 13 11 10 — 44

Center 8 7 11 23 — 49

VAN — Tanner Koru, 4; Brock Moore, 4; Michael Albright, 5; Layton Myers, 6; Xavier Sherman, 4; Carson Rucker, 13; Nic Wilkerson, 8.

CENTER — Parks, 2; Tomlin, 2; Bolton, 3; Gardner, 14; Evans, 18; Preston, 10.

THREE POINT GOALS — V: Albright, Myers. C: Preston (2).

RECORDS — Center 1-0.

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Wills Point 60, Palestine 56

Wills Point 13 16 15 16 — 60

Palestine 11 22 19 4 — 56

WILLS POINT— Caleb Wallace, 5; Daniel Wrysinski, 5; Jah Golden, 19; Tre’ Smith, 24; Ranger Wilcoxson, 2 Alec Hudson, 3; John Cunigan, 2.

PALESTINE — Gee Clark, 12; Tony Butler, 3; C.J. Barrett, 10; Kevin Parish, 11; Dakedrick McMorris, 4; Dre’ Moreland, 2; Jarrell Owens, 12; Johnathan York, 2.

THREE POINT GOALS — WP: Golden (2), Hudson, Wallace, Smith. P: Clark, Parish.

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Bullard 49, Bishop Gorman 42

Gorman 13 7 12 10 — 42

Bullard 19 10 10 10 — 49

BISHOP GORMAN — Judah Bell, 12; Sean Goforth, 5; Chris Danly, 7; Tyler Bateman, 2; Garrett Thibodeaux, 16.

BULLARD — Andrew Thomas, 3; Connor Mebane, 2; Zach Eschberger, 3; Slater Rodberg, 12; Landon Beckham, 5; Kyler Whatley, 2; Hunter Landrum, 13; Eric Barb, 9.

THREE POINT GOALS — BG: Bell, Goforth, Danly, Thibodeaux (2).

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