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    Teams in the area were involved in several tournaments at different locations.

Saltillo 51,
Winnsboro 40
    EDGEWOOD — It was the final game in the Edgewood Tournament, but it had historic meaning.
    The No. 2-ranked Saltillo Lady Lions defeated Winnsboro, 51-40 in tournament play for third place.
    “This is the first time we  have ever beaten Winnsboro in my 25 years here at Saltillo,” said Garry Davison, Saltillo head girls basketball coach. “The Winnsboro program has been synonymous with excellence for so long under Coach Hawkins and now Coach Lewis. That is why this means so much to our kids an our program. I am very, very proud of my girls.”
    Davison said, “It was great seeing their crowd stand up the whole third quarter because they couldn’t score. It was priceless.”
    Saltillo took an early lead, but the Lady Lions trailed the No. 7-ranked Lady Red Raiders, 22-21 as action moved to the third period. Saltillo put on the defensive clamps, going on a 14-0 run to take control of the game. The Lady Lions won by the final of 51-40.
    Victoria Stretcher had 16 points and Ariel Tippit added 12 in the big win.
Scoring box, Saltillo 51, Winnsboro 40
Winnsboro  8 14  0  18  -40
Saltillo   12  9  14  17  -51
Winnsboro - M. Swanner 10, Pinnell 6, Redding 5, Johnson 5, Cox 5, Crow 4, Busby 3, Rios 2.
Saltillo - Victoria Stretcher 12, Ariel Tippit 12, Karli Brewer 8, Kendall Bain 8, Andrea Tippit 6, Chelsea Moore 1.
Scoring box, Lindale 33, Saltillo 28 (junior varsity)
Lindale  4  13  9  7  -33
Saltillo  6  2  5  16 -28
Saltillo - Paula Boekhorst 7, Claire Jones 6, Hannah Wade 6, Katlyn Guirley 6, Clarissa Gamez 3.

Freeman Parish
Tournament
    BIRTHRIGHT — The North Hopkins Panthers got a measure of revenge Saturday as they ran past Prairiland 66-51 to take home the consolation championship in the Freeman Parish Tournament.
    The Patriots had defeated the Panthers two weeks ago by 16 points.
    "It was really a good win for us," Coach Clay Pirtle said. "All the hard work is starting to pay off. We did a much better job on defense for the entire game and it has been the difference.
After dropping the first game to tournament finalist Mount Vernon, the Panthers reeled off a 56-50 win over a tough Tom Bean squad. Down 50-48 with little time left, freshman Alfredo Orozco, hit a three point shot from the corner to put the Panthers up 51-50. Tom Bean never recovered. Senior River Milam poured in 19 points with Silas Whaley hitting for 16.
    Against Prairiland, The Panthers started fast taking a 15-4 first quarter led by Whaley's 45-foot swisher at the buzzer to end the period.  Whaley and Jessie Williams each had 17 points with Milam adding 12.
    The girls consolation championship went to Campbell who blasted Cumby 57-36 behind 24 points from Haley Davidson including four treys.
    In the tournament finals Leonard whipped Mount Vernon 76-47 on the boy's side. In the girls division, Prairiland outlasted the C.H.E.S.S. Lady Knights 65-46 in the championship game.
    For third place, the C.H.E.S.S. Knights defeated a game Como-Pickton squad 66-40 in the boys game.
    For third place on the girls side, the Yantis Lady Owls got revenge over a Chisum team which had previously beaten them two times in a come-from-behind 61-55 win. The Lady Owls trailed 21-8 in the first quarter. Senior Maria Garcia lit up the nets with five long range three point shots in scoring 17 for the game. Angelica Sandoval hit for 17 also and Josey Wetzel had 15. The Lady Owls hit 25-32 free throws in the game.
    For North Hopkins, the Lady Panthers open District 16-A play at home Tuesday against James Bowie. The boys will travel to Wolfe City. Both teams will be at home Friday December 14 to take on Yantis for homecoming beginning at 6 p.m.   
Scoring box, Como-Pickton 45, Tom Bean 40
Como-Pickton    16 13  4  12  -45
Tom Bean     8  15  13  4  -40
Como-Pickton - Ryan Humphrey 12, Yoan Preciado 12, Ozzy Preciado 2, Matthew Sharp 6, Bryce Steele 7, Luke Cox 6.
Scoring box, Mount Vernon 59, Como-Pickton 40
Como-Pickton    13  8  16  13  -50
Mount Vernon    7  13  27  12  -59
Como-Pickton - Ryan Humphrey 8, Yoan Preciado 16, Ozzy Preciado 8, Matthew Sharp 6, Bryce Steele 10, Justin Radney 2
Scoring box, C.H.E.S.S. 63, Como Pickton 40
Como-Pickton    14  7  17  2  -40
C.H.E.S.S.     23  14 15 11  -63
Como-Pickton - Ryan Humphrey 12, Yoan Preciado 11, Ozzy Preciado 5, Matthew Sharp 2, Bryce Steele 8, Justin Radney 2.

Cap Herman
Tournament

     SULPHUR BLUFF — Tournament action concluded Saturday with Trenton beating the Paris Warriors, 49-24 in the girls championship game.
    In the third place game, Brook Hill downed Sulphur Bluff, 52-22.
    The Lady Bears fell behind early and could not catch the Brook Hill squad.
Scoring box, Brook Hill 52, Sulphur Bluff 22
Sulphur Bluff  7  6  3  6  -22
Brook Hill   12  13  9  17  -52
Sulphur Bluff- Cheyenne Bryant 6, Kaitlyn Hancock 6, Skyler Evans 5, Shelby Williams 5.
    In the girls consolation game, Detroit won 59-29 over Roxton.
    The Texas High JV defeated Sulphur Bluff, 68-52
    Blake Brown had 20 points in a losing  cause for Sulphur Bluff. Teammate Justin Goldsmith added 13 and Landon Dorner scored 10.
Scoring box, Texas High JV 68, Sulphur Bluff 52
Sulphur Bluff   21  7  14  10  52
Texas High JV  16  19  12  21  68
Sulphur Bluff - Blake Brown 20, Justin Goldsmith 13, Landon Dorner 10, Tyler Raine 4, Dakota Emerson 3, Erin Zeringue 1.
    In the third place game, Cooper scored a 74-32 win over the Paris Warriors. The Greenville Phoenix team won 47-39 over Detroit.

Miller Grove
Tournament
    MILLER GROVE — Action was very competitive in tournament play which ended Saturday at the high school gym.
    Members of the all-tournament team include - Trent Evans (MVP), Kerry Washington and Bailey McMichael, Paris Chisum; Justin Eyeington, Anna; Kody Fink, Chant; Nick Gonzalez, Kody Erwin, C.H.E.S.S.; Tyler Davison, Saltillo; Lane Henderson, Trenton; Luke Tebbetts, Colton Wood, Winnsboro.
    Chisum took first, Trenton finished third and Saltillo was the consolation winner.

Saltillo takes
two wins
    Saltillo won twice in boys basketball tournament action held at MGHS.
    The state-ranked Lions rolled 62-35 over Wortham. Tyler Davison had 21 points and Nick Boekhorst added 19, Clayton Jones scored 11.
    The Saltillo squad hammered Neches 63-29. Boekhorst and Davison pumped in 18 each.

Scoring box, Saltillo 62, Wortham 35
Saltillo   13  15  12  22  -62
Wortham  7  13  9  6  -35
Saltillo - Tyler Davison 21, Nick Boekhorst 19, Clayton Jones 11, Justin Barnett 3, Carlos Marques 3, Gio Coleman 2, Edward Jaime 2, Cade Daniel 2.    
Scoring box, Saltillo 63, Neches 23
Saltillo  20  7  13  23  -63
Neches  7  11  3  8  -29
Saltillo - Nick Boekhorst 18, Tyler Davison 18, Justin Barnett 8, Cade Daniel 6, Clayton Jones 5, Tucker Johnson 5, Carlos Marquez 3.
Next up - Tuesday, varsity only at Hooks, 7:30 p.m.
 
Yantis takes
two wins
     Yantis split two of three games.
    The Owls fell, 57-33 to Trenton despite 15 points and three 3-pointes by Mark Carrasco.
    Yantis defeated C.H.E.S.S., 40-38 in another contest. Carrasco had 15 points, all from 3-pointers while Jesus Sandoval poured in 13 points.
    The Owls took a 33-31 win over Dallas A+ Academy with Brandon Simpson scoring a dozen points.
Scoring box, Trenton 57, Yantis 33
Yantis  1  8  10  14  -33
Trenton 14  12  21  10  -57
Yantis - Jesus Sandoval 7, Christian Lewis 2, Brandon Simpson 2, Mark Carrasco 15, David Shirley 2, Hunter Burnett 5.

Scoring box, Yantis 40, C.H.E.S.S. 38
C.H.E.S.S. 9  7  15 7  -38
Yantis   5  22  2  11  -40
Yantis - Jesus Sandoval 13, Christian Lewis 6, Brandon Simpson 6, Mark Carrasco 15.
C.H.E.S.S. - Matt Parish 2, Dylan Reed 2, Jacob Gonzalez 5, Austin McKim 16, Kody Erwin 6, Joe Collins 5, Spencer Jones 2.
Scoring box, Yantis 33, Dallas A+ 31
Yantis - Jesus Sandoval 7, Christian Lewis 2, Brandon Simpson 12, Mark Carrasco 3, David Shirley 7, Jesse Gonzalez 2.

Miller Grove
edges Chant
    The hometown Hornets scored 19 points in the final period to edge Chant, 68-67 in recent action.
    Ryan Dougan had 22 points and Patrick Covington added 20 in the close game.
Scoring box, Miller Grove 68, Chant 67    Chant                     12  20 14  15 -67
Miller Grove       11  14 24  19  -68
Miller Grove- Chris Fodge 2, Ryan Dougan 22, Nathan George 16, Patrick Covington 20, Quintin Stovall 8.
Wortham downs
Miller Grove JV
    Miller Grove’s junior varsity fell behind 20-6 in the first quarter and could not rally, losing 55-17 against Wortham.
Scoring box, Wortham 55, Miller Grove JV 17
Wortham          20  8  10  17  -55
Miller Grove JV   6  5  1  5  -17
Miller Grove - Trey Lester 2, Tyler Marler 4, Tatum Sink 2, Derek McCreight 5, Brennen Green 2, William Clinton 2.

Cumby wins one
of three games
    The Cumby Trojans lost to Dallas A+ Academy, 43-34 and fell 61-44 to Fulton.
    Luke Sartin had 24 points in the loss to Dallas A+.
    Luis Osornio had 14 for high point honors for the Trojans in the loss to Fulton.
    Cumby won 39-37 over the Miller Grove JV.
Scoring box, Dallas A+ 43, Cumby 34
Cumby      3  10  11  10  -34
Dallas A+    12  10  12  9  -43
Cumby - Luke Sartin 24, Luis Osornio 6, Joseph Fischer 2, Travis Taylor 2.
Scoring box, Fulton 61, Cumby 44
Cumby     18  7  10  9  -44
Fulton      18  4  19  20  -61
Cumby - Luke Sartin 7, Noah Dyer 1, Dustin Heer 4, Chanler Waters 5, Cody Anderson 6, Luis Osornio 14, Travis Taylor 7.
Scoring box, Cumby 39, Miller Grove JV
Cumby       9  8  14  8  -39
Miller Grove JV  8  3  9  17  -37
Cumby - Luke Sartin 6, Dustin Heer 8, Triston White 2, Chanler Waters 6, Luis Osornio 8, Joseph Fischer 2, Travis Taylor 6, Noah Dyer 1.
Miller Grove JV - Riley Mitchell 4, Daniel McDonald 7, Tyler Marler 12, Tatum Sink 9, Derek McGeight 5.
    Other scores reported:
Neches 53, Dallas A+ 45
Winnsboro 43, C.H.E.S.S. 40
Winnsboro 87, Trenton 66
Paris Chisum 48, Anna 26
Neches 57, Fulton 37
C.H.E.S.S. 76, Chant 43.

 

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