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Pine Tree rallies late over Lady Cats

LONGVIEW – The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats missed 19 of their first 20 shots from the field Tuesday night, got down by double digits in the first period, but still managed to make the Pine Tree Lady Pirates sweat out a 50-40 victory.

Sulphur Springs fell behind by 14 points in the first quarter and saw the deficit reach 16 in the second period before they staged a long comeback. The Lady Cats sliced the lead to seven points entering the fourth quarter, and when Frankeisha Hawkins laid in a bucket off a back door assist from Reagan Humphrey just 20 seconds into the fourth quarter, the lead was down to 32-27.

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Yantis edges out Rains in recent hoop action

YANTIS —  The Yantis Owls gave an edge-of-your seat performance Friday night as they beat the Rains Wildcats, 51-50.

Buzzer beaters seem to be a theme for the Yantis squad and this time it went in their favor with a trey hit by Ty Davis on an assist from teammate Allen Rose with under 20 seconds on the clock to take the win.

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Bryan Mewbourn Tournament at Martin’s Mill


Monday, Dec. 28  Game Bracket

M=Mustang Gym (Old Gym)

W=Weaver Gym (New Gym)


Girls

Monday Games

12 p.m. — Martin’s Mill vs. Trinidad (W)

6:40 p.m. —  Winner of Martin’s Mill/Trinidad plays Como-Pickton (W)

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49th Annual Leonard Holiday Tournament 2009


Monday, Dec. 28 Game Bracket

Boys
Monday Games
9:20 a.m. —  Leonard vs. Cumby
9:20 a.m. —  Wolfe City vs. Emory Rains
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Wildcats fall to No. 14 Paris

The No. 14-state ranked Paris Wildcats lived up to their lofty ranking, taking a 67-46 win over Sulphur Springs.

The Monday night non-district game drew more visitors than home fans at the SSHS gym as the Paris faithful made the short drive down to support their 12-1 team.

Balanced scoring was the key for the nimble visitors with three players in double figures. Dominique Mitchell had 16 while teammates Equettis Jenkins and Broderick Reed each tossing in 13.

The lone Sulphur Springs player in double figures was 6-5 postman Kedrick Dial with 13.

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