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    Crowds were watching hot basketball action at both  tournaments underway in the county.

Freeman Parish Tournament


    BIRTHRIGHT — The hometown Panthers took a big lead early and kept the pressure on Friday, downing Hughes Springs, 74-50.
    Trenton Dodd scored 19 points to high point honors. North Hopkins teammates Kevin Meza and Jessie Williams added 13 and 12 points respectively.
    North Hopkins was up 44-26 at the half and delighted the home fans with the easy win.

North Hopkins 74, Hughes Springs 50
North Hopkins   22   22  18  12  -74
Hughes Springs  12  14  15  9  -50
NH (11-4) - Trenton Dodd 19, Kevin Meza 13, Jessie Williams 12, Silas Whaley 7, Tarence Berry 6, Daniel Lopez 4, Rheston Sills 4, Tristan Follis 3, Alfredo Orozco 2, Jeron Leber 2, Blake Adams 2
Hughes Springs - Frank Chism 12

    In other action at North Hopkins, the C.H.E.S.S. Knights took a pair of wins.
    The Knights jumped ahead in the first quarter and held on late to record a 56-43 win over Miller Grove.
    Austin McKim had 22 points for the Knights. Ben Holladay had a double-double with 10 points and 15 rebounds. Nick Gonzales added 10 points
    Logan Miller pumped in 19 points to pace the Hornets.
    In later action, the C.H.E.S.S. team won a double overtime thriller, 57-56 over Alba-Golden.
    McKim and Holladay both had double-doubles. McKim scored 23 points with 10 rebounds, Holladay had 11 points, 16 boards.
    The Knights are 14-3 under coach Donnie South.
    “McKim went out with a pulled muscle, but the team stepped up and got another close win,” South said.

C.H.E.S.S. 57, A-G 56 (2 OT)
C.H.E.S.S.   16 15  8  13  0  5  -57
A-G        8  13  24  7  0  4  -56
C.H.E.S.S. - Austin McKim 23, Ben Holladay 11, Joel Collins 9, Nick Gonzalez 8, Austin South 4, Armin Gauntt 2.

C.H.E.S.S. 56, Miller Grove 43
C.H.E.S.S.   20  10  12  14  -56
Miller Grove  7  11  14  11  -43
Miller Grove - Logan Miller 19, Patrick Covington 8, Aaron Smith 6, Nathan George 6, Mark Allen 2, Tatom Sink 1.
C.H.E.S.S. - Austin McKim 22, Ben Holladay 10, Nick Gonzalez 10, Collins 8, South 5, Adrian Gonzalez 1.

Other scores
Anna 55, Cooper 45
Prairiland 57, Alba-Golden 47
Hughes Springs 64, Mount Vernon 60
Anna 54, North Hopkins 35
Mount Vernon 59, Cooper 56
Leonard 46, Prairiland 33


Cap Herman
Tournament
    SULPHUR BLUFF — The home squads came up short in Friday night action with the Bears and Lady Bears losing basketball battles.
    Wolfe City bolted to a 19-9 first period lead and won 44-31 over the Bears.
    Sulphur Bluff got 10 points  from Justin Goldsmith.

Wolfe City 44, Sulphur Bluff 31
Sulphur Bluff   9  9  3  10  -31
Wolfe City    19  15  6  4  -44
Sulphur Bluff - Justin Goldsmith 10, Jaden Goldsmith 8, Landon Dorner 5, Cody Tople 4, Erin Zeringue 3, Dakota Emerson 2.
    The Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears stayed close all night, but were edged late, 36-31 by the C.H.E.S.S. Lady Knights.
    Sulphur Bluff had nine players score, topped by Angie Alvarez with 7.
    Alee Coralles had 14 points for top scoring honors by the Lady Knights.

C.H.E.S.S. 36, Sulphur Bluff 31
Sulphur Bluff  8  11  4  8  -31
C.H.E.S.S.   12  7  6  11  -36
Sulphur Bluff- Judy Brown 1, Tori Dorner 2, Skylar Evans 1, Kendra Jock 5, Kadee Anderson 3, Kaci Powers 6, Angie Alvarez 7, Morgan Krantz 4, Cheyenne Bryant 2.
C.H.E.S.S. - Alyssa McKim 6, Alee Coralles 14, Katelyn Shelter 6, Jaci Taylor 5

Boys scores
Sam Rayburn 60, Union Hill 27
Sam Rayburn 34, Como-Pickton 22 (consolation game)
Rivercrest 36, Fannindel 33
Girls
Roxton 32, Fannindel 29    
North Hopkins 56, Como-Pickton 54

    In other action - North Hopkins Allegra Thomas; 18 points and Baile Gammill’s 13 markers sparked the Lady Panthers to a nail-biting 56-54 win over Como-Pickton in the semi-finals of the Cap Herman Classic Tournament Friday morning at Sulphur Bluff High School.
    The Lady Panthers played from behind most of the first half but six different players scored in the second quarter to gain a 25-25 tie at intermission. A 17-11 third quarter outburst led by Kelsey Buchanan's scoring and rebounding gave the Lady Panthers a 42-36 advantage. Chelsey Crouch also hit two big buckets in the third frame. Crouch's two big free throws in the final moments of the fourth quarter was the difference in the North Hopkins win.
    North Hopkins hauled in 35 rebounds with Thomas grabbing eight and Buchanan and Crouch each getting seven helping keep the Panthers just a step ahead of the Lady Eagles. H. Matthews of Como-Pickton had the hot hand scoring 32 points including hitting two three point shots in the fourth quarter.
    "Matthews was unstoppable, she really played a great game for Como," said North Hopkins head girls coach Larry Tucker. "I was pleased with my girls getting after it on the boards. Gammill (Baile) and Thomas (Allegra) really came through on offense and our defense stepped up when we really needed a stop at the end. Crouch's free throws were crucial in the final few seconds."
The big difference was at the free throw line where North Hopkins hit 13-18 while the Lady Eagles hit 4-23.
    "We finally had a good night at the free throw line," Tucker added. "We have really worked hard in practice on doing a better job at the line and it is finally paying off."
    The win raised the Lady Panther season slate to 8-8 and propelled them into the Cap Herman finals at 6 p.m. tonight against C.H.E.S.S. who defeated Sulphur Bluff in another close semi-final battle.
    Sulphur Bluff will play Como-Pickton for third place at 3 p.m.

North Hopkins 56, Como-Pickton 54
NH  12    13    17    14 -56
C-P  15    10    11    18 -54
North Hopkins - Thomas 18, Gammill 13, Crouch 8, Buchanan 7, Miranda Rushin 5, Brittany Flanagan 3, Shyenne Mitchell 2
Como-Pickton- Matthews 32, M. Jacks 14, T. Williams 3, J. Mackey 3, M. Nichols 2
Three point shots - NH Gamill, Flanagan, Buchanan

 

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