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    Several games were played in the area recently with the following basketball scores reported.

Como-Pickton splits
two recent games
    The Eagles were able to notch one win from a pair of recent games.
    Corbin Flora pumped in 27 points and Ryan Humphrey added 11 as Como-Pickton took a 54-39 win over Alba-Golden in recent action.
    The Eagles fell 47-37 to Lone Oak in another recent game. Flora was held to 8 points in that outing.
Como-Pickton 54, Alba-Golden 39
Como-Pickton  7  17  17  13  -54
Alba-Golden  10  8  9  12  -39
Como-Pickton - Ryan Humphrey 11, Corbin Flora 27, Yoan Preciado 7, Matthew Sharp 5, Bryce Steele 4.
JV score - A-G 46, C-P 32
C-P high point Malik Gray 10
Lone Oak 47, Como-Pickton 37
Como-Pickton   8  14  4  11  -37
Lone Oak    11  12  15  9  -47
Como-Pickton - Ryan Humphrey 7, Corbin Flora 8, Yoan Preciado 7, Ozzy Preciado 2, Fernando Alonso 2, Matthew Sharp 7, Bryce Steele 4.
JV score - Lone Oak 30, C-P 24
C-P high point, Malik Gray 15

No. 16 Saltillo boys
down Sulphur Bluff
    SALTILLO — The state-ranked home teams took wins Saturday against foes from Sulphur Bluff.
    The Bears were skinned by the Lions, 65-37.
    Saltillo, No. 16 in the state, had three players in double figures led by 21 from Tyler Davison. The Sulphur Bluff team got 9 points from Dakota Emerson.
Saltillo 65,     Sulphur Bluff 37 (boys)
Saltillo     15  20  8  22  -65
Sulphur Bluff  9  12  7  9  -37
Saltillo - Tyler Davison 21, Nick Boekhorst 17, Justin Barnett 12, Clayton Jones 6, Tucker Johnson 3, David Barajas 2, Cade Daniel 2, Edward Jaime 2.
Sulphur Bluff - Dakota Emerson 9, Blake Brown 8, Justin Goldsmith 5, Collin Williams 4, Erin Zeringue 2.

No. 1 Saltillo
girls defeat SB
    The No. 1-state ranked Lady Lions cruised to a 67-19 win over the Lady Bears of Sulphur Bluff.
    Saltillo got 20 points from Victoria Stretcher and Ragan Rutherford added 10.
    High point for the Lady Bears was Cheyenne Bryant with 12.
Saltillo 67, Sulphur Bluff 19
Sulphur Bluff  6  7  2  4  -19
Saltillo     20  22  18  7  -67
Sulphur Bluff - Cheyenne Bryant 12, Kaitlyn Hancock 3, Shelbi Williams 2, Angie Alvarez 2.
Saltillo - Victoria Stretcher 20, Ragan Rutherford 10, Ariel Tippit 8, Karli Brewer 6, Kendall Bain 6, Haylee Clover 4, Paula Boekhorst 2, Chelsea Moore 2, Hannah Wade 2, Katlyn Gurley 1.

NH boys split
two games
    The Panthers split a pair of recent games in boys varsity basketball action.
    North Hopkins fell to Avery, 54-40 despite 15 points from Kevin Meza.
    The Panthers rebounded in their next game, defeating Detroit, 66-41. Meza filled up the goal with 38 points in the one-sided victory.
    The teams play Tuesday at McLeod in a battle between teams with 2-1 district records.
Avery 54, North Hopkins 40
North Hopkins  8  17  8  7  -40
Avery     23  8  9  14  -54
North Hopkins - Alfredo Orozco 3, Kevin Meza 15, Jessie Williams 7, River Milam 8, Blake Adams 2, Tarence Berry 5.
North Hopkins 66, Detroit 44
North Hopkins  18  13  13  22  -66
Detroit      7  10  11  13  -41
North Hopkins - Kevin Meza 38, Alfredo Orozco 8, Jessie Williams 2, River Milam 4, Trenton Dodd 2, Blake Adams 7, Tarence 3, Dakota Miller 2.

Lady Panthers
drop two tilts
    BIRTHRIGHT — A 15-5 second quarter Detroit run was too much to overcome for the North Hopkins Lady Panthers as the Lady Eagles soared to a 42-20 District 16A win Friday night. Detroit added a 17-9 second half advantage to drop the Lady Panthers to 1-4 in district action.
    “We just can't get the ball in the basket. When you can't score, it is hard to win in this district,” Coach Larry Tucker said. "Our defensive play has been pretty good most of the time, but turnovers on offense just kill us. We continue to beat ourselves.’
    In another recent game, the North Hopkins Lady Panthers kept Avery star Taylor Bowles at bay from the field holding her to just four field goals, but the sharpshooter was a perfect 12-12 from the free throw line to score a game-high 20 points in leading keeping the Lady Bulldogs District 16A slate a perfect 3-0 with a 52-19 win.
    The Lady Panthers, down 25-11 at intermission, came out strong and cut the Avery lead to 25-15 two minutes into the third quarter, but then they went cold and would not score again until the final stanza after the Lady Bulldogs built a 36-15 advantage.
    As a team Avery was 20-26 from the charity stripe while North Hopkins only shot five free throws the entire game, making two.
    Macy Griner led the Lady Panthers with nine points and nine rebounds. North Hopkins is now 1-3 in district play.
    The Lady Panthers travel east to McLeod Tuesday to face the Lady Longhorns. There will be a boys JV game at 5 p.m. followed by the girls and boys varsity teams.
     The North Hopkins teams will have a bye this Friday, Jan.11. Next week, North Hopkins goes to James Bowie on Tuesday, Jan. 15, and host Honey Grove Friday Jan. 18.

 

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