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ET Girls Basketball Roundup: Pine Tree, Gilmer notch wins,

Jan. 9, 2018 at 10:42 p.m.

PINE TREE 47, HALLSVILLE 29: HALLSVILLE — The Pine Tree Lady Pirates doubled up on Hallsville in the middle two quarters en route to a 47-29 District 16-5A win on Tuesday.

Ambreenique Williams scored 20 points and Jordan Fuller 15 for Pine Tree, which led 11-8 after one quarter before taking control by outscoring the Ladycats 30-15 in the second and third frames.

Essence Washington added seven points, and Malaeka Wilson, Kameron Polk and Kydaushia Talley all scored two.

Abby Dunagan, Hanna Poteet and Maddison Ford all scored seven points in the loss for Hallsville.

Pine Tree is idle on Friday and will host Marshall on Tuesday. Hallsville visits Marshall on Friday.

GILMER 57, SPRING HILL 26: Sharday Haley and Haylee Jordan both hit for 16 points, Kyla Grant joined them in double figures with 12 and the Gilmer Lady Buckeyes jumped out to a big lead early en route to a 57-26 win over the Spring Hill Lady Panthers in District 15-4A action.

Meshia Shead and Brianna Burns added four points apiece, Deyton Edwards and LeLe Morton two points each and Liz Hamilton one point for Gilmer, which led 12-2 after one quarter and 32-9 at halftime.

Edwards added five rebounds, Haley six assists and seven steals and Jjordan two blocks for Gilmer.

Jayla Landrum finished with 10 points, Lacey White seven, Marissa Seyar six and Kristen Stewart three in the loss for Spring Hill.

Spring Hill will host Bullard, and Gilmer visits Gladewater on Friday.

KILGORE 47, GLADEWATER 36: GLADEWATER — The Kilgore Lady Bulldogs held off a late charge, handing the Gladewater Lady Bears a 47-36 setback in District 15-4A play.

Annie Oliver scored 14 points to go along with five rebounds and two steals in the loss for Gladewater, which trailed 20-12 at halftime. Dajanique Gordon added nine points and three rebounds, and Ceara Latson and Kierra Jackson scored six points apiece.

Gladewater hosts Gilmer, and Kilgore visits Chapel Hill on Friday.

TATUM 89, CARTHAGE 43: CARTHAGE — Bri Mitchell recorded a 28-point, 10-assist double-double, adding a couple of rebounds and a steal to her big night as Tatum opened District 16-4A play with an 89-43 win over Carthage.

Essence Allen and Ashton Brown added double-doubles for the Lady Eagles (20-4). Allen had 18 points, 10 assists, two rebounds and two steals, Brown 10 points, 10 rebounds and two steals, RaDaisha Jones 12 points and five rebounds, Jada Shans seven points, eight rebounds, five steals and seven assists, Adriana Bradley three points and two assists and Jasmine Rogers one point and two rebounds. Amanda Johnson finished with three points and a couple of assists.

Tatum will host Rusk on Friday.

HENDERSON 60, HUDSON 46: HENDERSON —Alexis Calderon tossed in 19 points, and the Henderson Lady Lions took control with an 18-8 run in the second quarter for a 60-46 win over Hudson.

Chunky Garrett added 13 points, Jerkasia Anthony eight, Resha Hall seven, SaySay Heckard six, Daijah Oliver four and KayKay Jackson three for Henderson.

The Lady Lions (17-6) will visit Center on Friday.

JEFFERSON 69, WASKOM 39: WASKOM — Led by Ja'Kayla Jones' triple-double and a 20-point night from Deivya Hodge, the Jefferson Lady Bulldogs moved to 6-0 in District 16-3A play (20-4 overall) with a 69-39 win over Waskom.

Jones finished with 12 points, 10 assists and 10 steals for Jefferson, which raced out to a 26-8 lead after one quarter. Jamya Smith had 16 points, Elaina Langbartels 14 and Mikiah Allen four.

Jefferson will host Elysian Fields on Friday. Both teams are 6-0 heading into that contest.

HARLETON 54, ORE CITY 45: HARLETON — Tyler Mobley scored 23 points, and Harleton used a big second quarter to rally for a 53-45 win over Ore City in District 16-3A play.

Andi Freeman had 12 points, and Theresa Uehling and Tori Pena finished with 10 apiece for Ore City, which led 14-11 after one quarter but trailed 30-19 at halftime.

Ore City visits White Oak and Harleton hosts Beckville on Friday.

BECKVILLE 37, NEW DIANA 32: BECKVILLE — Jordan Tondreau led a balanced scoring attack for the Ladycats, and Beckville earned a 37-32 win over New Diana in District 16-3A play.

Ashley Andrus added seven points, Payton Jones six, Hannah Humphries five, Heather Searcy four and Brandi Tillman, Caroline Pepper and Kenzy Latham two apiece. Tondreau also finished with six rebounds and four steals, Andrus four steals and five assists, Jones six rebounds, two steals and three assists, Humphries 10 rebounds, Searcy four rebounds, four steals and two assists and Tillman eight rebounds and two steals.

SABINE 59, WEST RUSK 26: LIBERTY CITY — Sabine raced out to a 15-5 lead after one quarter, led 32-7 at the half and rolled to a 59-26 win over West Rusk in District 15-3A action.

Kristen Stuart and Genesis Willett both scored 18 points for Sabine, with Stuart adding eight rebounds, five steals and three assists and Willett chipping in with six steals, two assists and two rebounds.

Miranda Cook scored 10 points and just missed a double-double with nine rebounds. Natalie Morgan added seven points and two rebounds, Sarah Davis, Jordin Broadway and Mikinzi Cantrell two points apiece and Misty Pate four rebounds and two assists. Cantrell also dished out three assists.

Sabine will visit Arp on Friday.

HARMONY 65, WINONA 51: HARMONY — Macey Russell led the way with 19 points, Katelyn Seahorn (13) and Hope Howard (12) joined her in double figures and Harmony notched a 65-51 win over Winona on Tuesday in District 15-3A play.

Elizabeth Spencer scored eight points, McKinzee Settles six, Marlee Seahorn three and Raylee Willie and Kaylee Clemens two apiece for Harmony.

Spencer added seven rebounds and five steals, Russell and Marlee Seahorn three steals apiece, Katelyn Seahorn two blocks and Marlee Seahorn six assists.

HUGHES SPRINGS 43, PAUL PEWITT 42: HUGHES SPRINGS — A 14-8 run in the final period lifted Hughes Springs to a 43-42 win over Paul Pewitt in District 14-3A action.

Silvia Montgomery finished with 12 points to pace Hughes Springs. Kinsly Echols added eight, Zoe Lanier seven, Calli Stewart six, Braylee Taylor five and Sakiya Simmons one.

LINDEN-KILDARE 43, JAMES BOWIE 35: LINDEN — Siarra Johnson and Jaimya Gaston just missed recording double-doubles for Linden-Kildare, and the Lady Tigers earned a 43-35 win over James Bowie.

Johnson had 12 points, 13 rebounds and nine steals, Gaston nine points, 18 rebounds and two blocks and Skylar Vaughn 13 points, four rebounds and five steals for the Lady Tigers. D'Shantie Sadler added six points, MaKayla Martin two points, five rebounds, seven steals and two assists and Haley palmer one point.

Sheridan Byram scored 16 points in the loss for James Bowie.

UNION GROVE 56, HAWKINS 29: HAWKINS — Summer Grubbs tossed in 23 points to lead the way for Union Grove, and the Lady Lions notched a 56-29 win over Hawkins in District 16-2A play.

Carleigh Judd added 16 points, Madelynn Lacaze and Savannah Chambliss five apiece, Haley Breazeale three and McCayleigh Daniels and Winter Wilson two apiece.

Raeli Smith finished with eight points in the loss for Hawkins. Jaycee Cheshire added seven points and six rebounds, Emily Moore six points and two rebounds, Alyssa Eddington four points and six rebounds, Emily Hodges two points and five rebounds, Megan Haney two points and Christian Harris eight rebounds.

Hawkins visits Overton and Union Grove hosts Gary on Friday.

CARLISLE 50, OVERTON 45: PRICE — Allison Gray scored 18 points, leading the Carlisle Lady Indians to a 50-45 win against Overton in District 16-2A play.

Megan Beene chipped in with 16 points and seven rebounds and Callie Gray 13 pints and 13 rebounds.

CHS 45, ETCA 27: Darbi Dorrough and Katelyn Funderburk combined for 35 points to lead Christian Heritage School past East Texas Christian Academy, 45-27.

Dorrough had 23 points and three steals, and Funderburk chipped in with 12 points.

PLEASANT GROVE 73, ATLANTA 48: TEXARKANA — Shanequea Henry tossed in 29 points, Madeline Haak added 22 and Pleasant Grove outscored Atlanta 23-8 in the third period to take control in a 73-48 win.

Kinsey Kelly had 15 points, Sheveonia Smith 11, Keyona Easter 10 and Gracie Smith eight in the loss for Atlanta.



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