ALBA – The Como-Pickton Eagles took a varsity and JV win over the hosting Alba-Golden Panthers on Friday. The Eagles were led by the scoring power of Ryan Carpenter with his 26 points (sinking four-of-five from foul line) over the Panthers. Following in lead scoring were Dylan Mowat scoring eight and Austin Darby with six.
Carpenter put in two more 3-pointers cinching the 48-39 win for the Eagle team.
The JV Eagle team was equally as successful against their Friday night opponent. Led by an equal split of 30 points by Julian Ramirez and Merced Ramirez for Como-Pickton and their 51-30 victory over the Panthers.
Como-Pickton will travel to Cooper with a tip off time of 4:30 p.m. Como-Pickton wlll host Grand Saline on Friday.
SCORING BOX (varsity)
Como-Pickton—Ryan Carpenter 26, Phillip Cox 3, Austin Darby 6, Hunter Cooksey 2, James Carter 3, Dylan Mowat 8.
SCORING BOX (JV)
Como-Pickton—Julian Ramirez 15, Seth Sturgill 2, Merced Ramirez 15, Zach Carpenter 9, Brandt Steele 1, Robert Carden 8, Luis Rasgado 1.
Cumby basketball teams split recent games
CUMBY — Teams from Cumby split recent basketball games played by the high school and junior high teams.
In boys’ varsity high school action Yantis defeated Cumby, 79-25. Michael Morris led the team with 12 rebounds, Jordan Strickland pulled down seven boards.
Yantis took a 45-16 win over the Cumby junior varsity.
The Cumby junior high boys edged Boles 29-26.
Cumby-Donnie Rodriguez 2, Alx Olker 2, Michael Morris 5, Colton Bullock 7, Taylor Gay 5, Jordan Strickland 4.
Junior varsity boys
Cumby- Rodney Hobbs 2, Brandon Heer 7, Levi Wooten 6, Nathan Spillers 1.
SCORING BOX (junior high)
Cumby- Arsenio Ugalde 7, Kyle Barnett 12, Justin Smith 8, D.J. Lackey 2.
North Hopkins posts win over Campbell
CAMPBELL – Panther Canyon Cockrum popped (four assists, three steals, two rebounds) and 16 points for a defeat of 64-49 over the Campbell Indians on Friday.
Other leading scorers for North Hopkins were Paco Castro with 14, Brandon Joslin sank 10, and Juan Delgado added nine to claim a win for the Panthers.
The Panthers proved their defensive skills holding the Indians to only nine points each in three quarters while popping in double-digit scoring. By the fourth quarter, the Panthers had gained a 28-point lead. It was in the fourth quarter, that North Hopkins sank nine points while allowing 22.
North Hopkins will travel to Boles at 4:30 p.m. followed by Homecoming against Fruitvale on Friday starting at 4:30 p.m.
North Hopkins 18-23-14-9—64
North Hopkins—Canyon Cockrum 16, Paco Castro 14, Brandon Joslin 10, Juan Delgado 9, Lorenzo Rivera 4, Eric Perez 4, Carlos Ruiz 3, Hugo Santana 2, Jesse Anderson 2.
Campbell—Higgenbotham 11, Sell 10, Taylor 9, Dawson 4, Romero 4, Norris 3, Davis 3, Hoover 3, Peters 2.
SSMS boys first
in Winfield tournament
The Sulphur Springs Middle School boys seventh and eighth grades competed in the recent Winfield Invitational Tournament.
Both teams took first place trophies.
The seventh grade team defeated Quitman 27-14 to get first while the eighth graders slipped by Winfield 29-28 to take the top award.
SCORING BOX (Seventh grade)
SS 48, Grand Saline 21
Sulphur Springs-Elijah Mosley 12, Darian Dial 6, Isaiah Lacy 6, Willie Ivery 6, Derek Ingram 6, Dequestion Mosley 4, Brandon Hudson 5.
SS 27, Quitman 14
Sulphur Springs-Ivery 8, Lacy 6, Ingram 4, Alex Burney 3, E. Mosley 2, Deandra Wright 2, D. Mosley 2.
SCORING BOX (Eighth grade)
SS36, Grand Saline 21
Sulphur Springs-Jared Newton 10, Cole Hill 9, Kalyle Wright 7, Jenner Jackson 4, Conner Cooper 2, Jordan Jackson 2, Duke Johnson 2.
SS 29, WInfield 28
Sulphur Springs-Jenner Jackson 8, Newton 7, Hill 3, Jordan Jackson 3, Austin Buck 2, Johnson 2, Reid Burns 2.
NEXT UP- The teams open district play Thursday at Texas High at 5 p.m.
SSMS Lady Cats
The Sulphur Springs Middle School Lady Cats took a 29-17 win in Marshall in recent basketball action.
Talea Thomas had 11 points and eight rebounds to lead the team. Monique Riveria added nine, Jaci Patterson 4, Abby Tibbs and Hayley Shultz scored two each and Hanna Shultz put in one point.
Andy Clark had six rebounds and Shardae Harrison played well on defense, the coach reported.
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