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Atlanta 97,
Sulphur Bluff 90
    ATLANTA — Justin Goldsmith scored 33 and teammate Tyler Raine added 31 points, but it was not enough as Sulphur Bluff fell, 97-90 in Tuesday boys varsity basketball action.


    Sulphur Bluff took a quick 27-21 lead after one period. But the Bears went into hibernation in the second frame, getting outscored 25-13. Sulphur Bluff responded with 50 points in the second half, but came up short on the scoreboard.
    “I thought the boys played really hard and gave really good effort all four quarters but just could not pull out the W.  We traded leads with Atlanta through out the game but came up short in the end,” said Marshall Moore, Sulphur Bluff head boys basketball coach. “We missed too many easy baskets close and missed too many free throws which kept us from eventually beating a very athletic team.  Our boys know that the difference in close ball games will probably be free throws and we did not capitalize on them in the fourth quarter going 4 for 12 in the last quarter.  Our team is slowly getting better each game and that's all you can ask for in the early part of your season.”
Scoring box
Atlanta 97, Sulphur Bluff 90
Atlanta                 21  25  21  30  -97
Sulphur Bluff                   27   13    22    28    -90
Sulphur Bluff - Justin Goldsmith 33,Tyler Raine 31, Erin Zeringue  9, Dakota Emerson  8,
Kaleb Brown  4, Jaden Goldsmith  3.

NH girls 45,
MG girls 42
    BIRTHRIGHT — The North Hopkins Lady Panthers held off a furious Miller Grove rally to post a 45-42 win Tuesday night. Chelsey Crouch led North Hopkins with 16 points and 10 rebounds. North Hopkins led by as many as 15 points as the Lady Hornets full court press chipped away the deficit in the final minutes.
    "It was a good win for us. We still had way too many turnovers, but the girls made the defensive stops at the end to get the win," Lady Panthers head coach Larry Tucker said. "Our rebounding was much better. It was an all around team effort."
    In addition to Crouch's 10 rebounds, freshman Shyenne Mitchell added nine and Kelsey Buchanan had eight.
    North Hopkins led 8-2 after the first quarter and stretched the lead to 22-10 at intermission. A three-point bomb on the first possession of the second half by Brittney Flanagan gave the Lady Panthers their biggest lead at 25-10. The Lady Hornets cut the lead to 32-28 going into the final period.
With the lead cut to 43-42 and six seconds left, North Hopkins’ Buchanan hit two clutch free throws to increase the lead to 45-42. Miller Grove missed a three-point shot and the game ended.
    The win evened the North Hopkins season record to 6-6. The Lady Panthers host Chisum   Tuesday before opening district play at James Bowie Dec. 10.
North Hopkins 45, Miller Grove 42
 (varsity girls)
Miller Grove  2     8     14     18 - 42
North Hopkins 8    14    10     13 - 45
MG: Alma Del Castillo 16, Bailey Penny 7, Alex Ziegler 4, Shelbi Potts 4, Kaylan Bounds 4, Aleigh Bessonett 4, Kayleigh Lester 3.
NH: Crouch 16, Miranda Rushin 7, Flanangan 7, Kelsey Buchanan 6, Mitchell 5, Baile Gammill 4
3 point shots: NH Crouch (1), Flanagan (1)

NH Panthers 53,
MG Hornets 42
    BIRTHRIGHT — In a battle between two state-ranked teams it was No. 16 North Hopkins taking a 53-41 win over No. 22 Miller Grove in Tuesday boys varsity basketball play.
    Trenton Dodd had 22 points and Tarence Berry added 16 for the Panthers.
    Patrick Covington had 23 points from the post position for Miller Grove.
    “It was a tough, physical game.  Both teams played great defense.  Covington was dominant down low for Miller Grove…he is a strong rebounder and a great finisher. After struggling on offense in the first half, we shot much better in the second half,” said Todd Law, North Hopkins head boys basketball coach. “Dodd scored 19 points and hit 4 huge three-pointers in the second half. Berry also did a great job running our team in the second half….he definitely took control of the game. He's really becoming a great floor general.  This was a big win for our guys against a very tough team.  Coach (Gary) Billingsley always prepares his guys very well.”
    North Hopkins also won 52-48 in recent boys basketball action against Prairiland, see box below.

Scoring box
North Hopkins 53, Miller Grove 41
Miller Grove   11  4  17  9  -41
North Hopkins  10  8  23  23  -53
Leading scorers:
MG-Patrick Covington 23.
NH-Trenton Dodd 22, Tarence Berry 16.
JV score - North Hopkins 48, Miller Grove 44

Scoring Box
North Hopkins 52, Prairiland 48
North Hopkins         9      10   19    14     -52
Prairiland                 8      8     21     11     -48
North Hopkins - Berry 12, Dodd 10, Silas Whaley 9, Jessie Williams 8, Kevin Meza 7, Alfredo Orozco 6.
Next game - North Hopkins (4-1)  at Rivercrest, Tuesday, Dec. 3, JV, V, 5, 6:30 p.m.

Fannindel 72,
Cumby 52
    Travis Taylor scored 18 and Noah Dyer tossed in 17, but Cumby came up short 72-52 in recent action against Fannindel.
    Fannindel took an early 20-11 lead and never looked back to claim the win.
    “I feel we are growing and getting better each game,” said Edmond Taylor, Cumby head boys basketball coach. “We are building team chemistry and the players are understanding their roles. The team is playing hard and learning our system. We are going to continue to get better and hopefully be playing our best basketball come district time. We had two players step up real big this game; sophomore point guard Travis Taylor and senior guard Noah Dyer. We are going to need them to continue to step up each game along with Senior guard Dustin Heer, junior forward Cody Anderson and senior post Ryan Coleman.”

Scoring box
Fannindel 72, Cumby 52
Fannindel  20  12  23  17  -72
Cumby   11  15  12  14  -52
Fannindel-C. LeMay 4  Q. Cuba 9  A. Caesar 8  A. Miller 6  J. Wilburn 11  S. Lock 16  T. Bogess 3  C. Day 11  R. Erwin 4
Cumby-Noah Dyer 17  Cody Anderson 4  Dustin Heer 5  Travis Taylor 18  Eric Wilson 3,  Ryan Coleman 4,  Tyler McCrary 1
Next Game - Dec. 3  at Cumby  vs. Detroit boys JV at 5 p.m.,varsity at 7:30 p.m.

C.H.E.S.S 50,
Yantis 40
    YANTIS —The C.H.E.S.S. used balanced scoring to defeat Yantis, 50-40 in Tuesday boys varsity basketball action.
    Turning in a double-double was Ben Holladay with 12 points, 13 boards.
    Other top scorers for the Knights were: Nick Gonzalez,  14 points and 5 rebounds, Austin McKim, 13 points, 8 boards and Austin South 11 points, 4 assists.

Scoring box
C.H.E.S.S. 50, Yantis 40
C.HE.S.S.    11  12  11  16  -50
Yantis       6   10  11  13  -40
C.H.E.S.S- Nick Gonzalez 14, Austin McKim 13, Ben Holladay 12, Austin South 11.
No Yantis scores reported.
Next game - C.H.E.S.S. (6-2) plays at Como-Pickton Tuesday, 7 p.m.

 

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