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Hornets’ win streak continues

KEMP — The Miller Grove Hornets continue their winning streak bumping the Kemp Yellowjackets by 10 points, 42-32.

The hosting opponent could not match the sting delivered by Miller Grove's Andrew Steele with 19 points and Aaron Baylus with 12.

Miller Grove punched in two dozen points in the first half of hoop action while holding the Yellowjackets to only 16.

The Hornets cleared another 18 after intermission keeping the ball from the Yellowjackets only allowing them to score another 16.

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Davison fires 760 series during Tuesday Mixed League

Tarry Davison’s 760 three-game scratch set was high for the week at Classic Lanes.  Davison posted spectacular games of 279 and 268 on his 233 individual average.

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Wildcats close early, but lose home game to Terrell, 74-54

The Wildcats were outlasted by the Terrell Tigers 74-54 in a home basketball game Saturday.

Though the Wildcats won the tip off and they got four early possessions, they turned it over in the first possession, missed the shot in the second, and turned it over again in the third and fourth.

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Fouls don’t faze MG Hornets in 77-61 win; area basketball scores

SAVOY – The Miller Grove Hornets found time in their holiday schedule for a 77-61 win over the hosting Savoy.

Even with Savoy Cardinal Justin Curry popping the twine for 35 points, the Hornets sting from the trio of Andrew Steele, Seth Roberts and Aaron Baylus was more than the opponent could take. The three totaled 55 of the 77 Miller Grove points. The Hornets are 12-2 for the season.

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SS Lady Cats lose to Hallsville

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The second try for a district win had the same result as the first one.

For the second time in a week, the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats lost a District 13-4A game at home.

Hallsville extended their district record to 2-0 (11-6 overall) with a 77-30 win Friday night at the SSHS gym.

The big jolt for Sulphur Springs (1-13, 0-2) was falling behind 44-13 at the half, giving up 24 points while just scoring six in the second quarter.

The visitors had four players in double figures. Darby Graff and Ashley Barry led with 17 points each, the pair was also the leading rebounders combining for 11. Megan McGuire scored 15 and Kaci Jackson added 14 in the big win for the visiting Ladycats.

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