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    Several teams in the area compet in basketball play recently with  following scores reported.

NH boys split
three games
    BIRTHRIGHT — The North Hopkins Panthers lost two of three recent games.
    Jessie Williams, Tarence Berry and Silas Whaley had 10 points each for the Panthers but it was not enough as they fell 52-50 to Como-Pickton in the final seconds.
    North Hopkins took a recent 55-44 win over DeKalb. Williams had 16 points; Kevin Meza added 14 points, including three 3-pointers.
    The Panthers fell 31-21 to Avery in competition.
Scoring box, C-P 52, NH 50
North Hopkins  15  14  12  9  -50
Como-Pickton   6  17  10  21  -52
North Hopkins - Alfred Orozco 4, Kevin Meza 6, Jessie Williams  10, Silas Whaley 10, River Milam 2, Trenton Dodd 3, Blake Adams 4, Tarence Berry 10, Dakota Miller.
Scoring box - North Hopkins 55, DeKalb 44
North Hopkins  14  11  12  16  -55
De Kalb                  6  10  20  7  -44
North Hopkins - Kevin Meza 1, Jessie Williams 9, Silas Whaley 9, Blake Adams 7    , Tarence Berry 16
Scoring box- Avery 31, North Hopkins 21
North Hopkins             6  1  0  13  -21
Avery               9  3  7  12  -31
North Hopkins - Jessie Williams 4, Silas Whaley 7, River Milam 3, Blake Adams 4, Tarence Berry 2.

Chisum 50,
Como-Pickton 27
    PATTONVILLE — Bryce Steele had 10 points but Como-Pickton fell 50-27 to Chisum in the third place game at the Screen Graphics Tournament sponsored by Prairiland ISD.
    Chisum took an early lead and never trailed in the win over the Eagles.

Scoring box - Chisum 50, C-P 27
Como-Pickton  8  7  8  4  -27
Chisum      11  9  16  14   -50
Como-Pickton - Ryan Humphrey 9, Yoan Preciado 7, Ozzy Preciado 1, Bryce Steele 10.
Saltillo 46,
Whitewright 23
    SALTILLO — The No. 21-state ranked Saltillo Lions lived up to their rating, downing Whitewright, 46-23 in recent boys basketball action.
    In the varsity win, guard Tyler Davison tickled the twine for 25 points for the Lions. Davison also made 7 of 9 free throws.
    “We played really good defense throughout the game,” said Bill Giles, Saltillo head boys basketball coach. “This was a good win for us. Whitewright plays really good man-to-man defense.”
    The Lions are 8-1 for the year.

Scoring box, Saltillo 46, Whitewright 23
Saltillo              10  15  9  12  -46
Whitewright  4  2  9  8  -23
Saltillo - Tyler Davison 25, Nick Boekhorst 9, Clayton Jones 6, Tucker Johnson 2, Edward Jaime 2, David Barajas 1, Justin Barnett 1
Scoring box, Whitewright 47, Saltillo 38 (JV)
Saltillo              9   6  13  10  -38
Whitewright  11  9  15  12  -47
Saltillo - Jonathon VanHolton 10, Peit Huekels 8, Walter Tippit 8, Lane Bench 6, Elias Garcia 2, Dakota Carroll 2, Hunter Wilson 2.

 

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