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    The following scores were reported from recent basketball games played in the area.

Sulphur Bluff 65,
Karnack 25
    The hometown Bears had four players in double figures as they rolled to an easy 65-25 win over Karnack.
    Blake Brown and Tyler Raine tied for top scoring honors with 16 each for Sulphur Bluff. Teammate Justin Goldsmith had 15 with Dakota Emerson, adding 11 for the winning team.
    The Bears blew open a close game going on a 28-6 scoring run in the third period to put the game on ice.

Scoring box, Sulphur Bluff 65, Karnack 25
Sulphur Bluff  13  11  28  13  -65
Karnack    4  10  6  5  -25
Sulphur Bluff - Blake Brown 16, Tyler Raine 16, Justin Goldsmith 15, Dakota Emerson 11, Erin Zeringue 4, Hunter Powers 2.

Como-Pickton 44,
Lone Oak 34
    COMO — Corbin Flora had 11 points and Yoan Preciado added 10 as the Eagles flew by Lone Oak, 44-34 in Tuesday boys district basketball action.
    Lone Oak took a 12-9 lead, but fell cold in the second period. Como-Pickton went on an 8-0 burst to take a 17-12 lead and get momentum to finish off the game.
    “The fans really showed their support. The game stayed close but the crowd never let us lose momentum,” said Roy Moody, Como-Pickton head basketball coach. “The team would like to thank the fans for their enthusiasm, and remind them we play Winnsboro at home Friday. The fans are a big part of our success at home.”

Scoring box, Como-Pickton 44, Lone Oak 34
Como-Pickton  9  8  9  18  -44
Lone Oak  12  0  4  18  -34
Como-Pickton - Ryan Humphrey 6, Corbin Flora 11, Yoan Preciado 10, Ozzy Preciado 2, Matthew Sharp 4, Bryce Steele 8, Justin Radney 3.
JV- Como-Pickton 32, Lone Oak 20. High point, C-P, Malik Gray 13.

North Hopkins 63,
Detroit 41
    DETROIT — The North Hopkins Panthers moved into a second place tie with Avery after defeating Detroit, 63-41 here Tuesday.
    Jessie Williams had 19 points to pace the Panthers. Kevin Meza pumped in 15 points for NH.
    North Hopkins is 7-2 in district with three games left. The Panthers host James Bowie Friday night.
Scoring box, NH 63, Detroit 41
North Hopkins  19 19 19  6  -63
Detroit         9  12  8  12   -41
North Hopkins - Alfredo Orozco 4, Kevin Meza 15, Jessie Williams 19, Silas Whaley 3, River Milam 8, Trenton Dodd 3, Tarence Berry 9, Dakota Miller 2.

Wolfe City 72,
Cumby 37
    CUMBY — In boys varsity action, Wolfe City took a 72-37 win in Tuesday night district basketball.
    Luke Sartin had 17 points for Cumby top scoring honors.
    The Trojans fell behind early 11-2 and could not recover.
    In junior varsity action, Cumby won 35-28.
Scoring box, Wolfe City 72, Cumby 37
Wolfe City   11  21  16  24  -72
Cumby      2  14  14  7  -37
Cumby - Luke Sartin 17, Jax Allen 7, Dustin Heer 4, Eric Wilson 3, Cody Anderson 3, Joseph Fischer 1.
Scoring box, Cumby 35, Wolfe City 28 (JV)
Wolfe City   8  10  6  4  -28
Cumby     6  10  1  8  -35
Cumby - Jim Evans 3, Chanler Waters 4, Mike Darlen 2, Tyler McCrary 4, Tristen White 9, Dakota Kermmad 5, Alex Sawyer 4, Zack Norsworthy 4.

No. 11 Saltillo 73,
Bloomburg 42
    SALTILLO — The hometown state-ranked Lions bolted to a quick 20-8 lead and never looked back bombing Bloomburg, 73-42.
    Tyler Davison led the scoring parade with 26 points to pace the squad. Nick Boekhorst added 19 points in the paint.
    “It was a solid ball game throughout. We played good defense, controlled the boards. We shared the ball and shot well. We were 22 of 25 from the free throw line,” said Bill Giles, Saltillo head boys basketball coach.
    Saltillo is No. 11 in the state Class 1A, Division rankings, they are 23-7 overall, 7-0 in district.
Scoring box, Saltillo 73, Bloomburg 42
Saltillo    20  15  19  19  -73
Bloomburg  8  17  8  9  -42
Saltillo - Tyler Davison 26, Nick Boekhorst 19, Clayton Jones 9, Tucker Johnson 6, Edward Jaime 5, Justin Barnett 4, Cade Daniel 4.

No. 1 Saltillo 62,
Bloomburg 15
    SALTILLO — The No. 1 Saltillo Lady Lions played well Tuesday, taking a 62-15 win over Bloomburg in girls district action.
    Karli Brewer topped the scoring with 18; Victoria Stretcher added 14 and Haylee Clover scored 10 in the rout.
    Saltillo took a 30-10 lead at the half and cruised to win basketball win at home.
    Saltillo will face Avinger at 6 p.m. Friday for homecoming.
Scoring box, Saltillo 62, Bloomburg 15
Bloomburg  4  6  3  2  -15
Saltillo    19  11  14  18  -62
Saltillo - Karli Brewer 18, Victoria Stretcher 14, Haylee Clover 10, Kendall Bain 8, Chelsea Moore 4, Ariel Tippit 3, Andrea Tippit 3, Ragan Rutherford 2.
Saltillo 60, Bloomburg 6 (JV)
Bloomburg  0  3  2  1  -6
Saltillo    17  15  13  15  -60
Saltillo -  Katlyn Gurley 12, Miranda Rushin 12, Hannah Wade 11, Claire Jones 6, Clarissa Gamez 6, Mackenie Johnson 5, Paula Boekhorst 4, Monika Wartenbee 2, Mallory Hogue 2.

Miller Grove 54,
Yantis 27
    YANTIS — Patrick Covington had 20 points and teammate Logan Miller tossed in 19 as Miller Grove Hornets took a 54-27 win over Yantis during Tuesday basketball action.
    Jesus Sandoval had 10 points to pace the Owl attack.
    Miller Grove bolted to a 28-13 lead at the half and stayed ahead the rest of the game.
Scoring box, Miller Grove 54, Yantis 27
Yantis     5  8  4  10  -27
Miller Grove  14  14  12  14  -54
Miller Grove - Ryan Dougan 9, Aaron Smith 6, Logan Miller 19, Patrick Covington 20.
Yantis - Kendall Glenn 5, Jesus Sandoval 10, Christian Lewis 2, Michael Carrasco 1, Mark Carrasco 8, David Shirley 1.

 

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