ET Girls Basketball Roundup: Mount Pleasant routs Hallsville, more
Jan. 23, 2018 at 11:21 p.m.
MOUNT PLEASANT 66, HALLSVILLE 44: MOUNT PLEASANT — The Mount Pleasant Lady Tigers jumped out to a 20-6 lead after one quarter and earned a 66-44 win over Hallsville in District 16-5A play.
Mount Pleasant moves to 6-2 in league play with the win. Hallsville drops to 0-8.
The Ladycats were paced by Shamiah Morris with 10 points in the loss. Maddison Ford, Abby Dunagan and Laikyn Smith all added seven for Hallsville, which will host Greenville on Friday.
SULPHUR SPRINGS 59, PINE TREE 28: SULPHUR SPRINGS — The host Ladycats jumped ahead early and rolled to 9-0 with a 59-28 win over Pine Tree.
Sulphur Springs, who led 22-4 after the first quarter, moves to 23-3 on the season while Pine Tree drops to 10-18 overall and 3-6 in District 16-5A action.
Essence Washington led the way for Pine Tree with 12 points and was joined in double digits by Ambreenique Williams, who had 10. Kameron Polk, Malaeka Wilson and McKenzie Kirk all had two points for Pine Tree, who hosts Mount Pleasant on Friday.
ATLANTA 88, PITTSBURG 52: ATLANTA — Keyona Easter led a balanced scoring attack for Atlanta with 21 points in an 88-52 win over the Pittsburg Lady Pirates.
Kinsey Kelly added 20 points, Sheveonia Smith 19 and Gracie Smith 18 for Atlanta, which led 21-8 after one quarter and 38-19 at halftime.
Sydney Waldrep scored 18 points in the loss for Pittsburg.
WHITE OAK 57, NEW DIANA 21: WHITE OAK — Alysa Hall scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds, Kyla Weeks chipped in with 10 points and the White Oak Ladynecks built a big halftime lead en route to a 57-21 win over New Diana in District 16-3A action.
Asia Robertson finished with nine points and six steals for White Oak, which led 26-7 at halftime. Alyia Hall had eight points and seven assists and Sabrina Smith eight points.
White Oak (8-2) will host Jefferson on Friday. New Diana hosts Ore City.
JEFFERSON 58, HARLETON 48: JEFFERSON — Deivya Hodge scored 22 points, Elaina Langbartels added a 16-point, 12-rebound double-double for the Lady Bulldogs and Jefferson earned a 58-48 win over Harleton in District 16-3A play.
Jamya Smith finished with eight points for Jefferson (23-5, 9-1), which led 28-20 at halftime. Ja'Kayla Jones added five points and five assists, Nia Garrett and Tierra Hines three apiece and Mikiah Allen and Hannah Welch two each.
Tyler Mobley had 15 points in the loss for Harleton.
Jefferson visits White Oak and Harleton (4-6) hosts Waskom on Friday.
WASKOM 45, BECKVILLE 42: WASKOM — The Waskom Lady Wildcats overcame a four-point deficit to start the fourth quarter, earning a 45-42 win over Beckville in District 16-3A play.
Beckville, which got 17 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and four blocks from Jordan Tondreau in the loss, led 30-26 after three quarters. Courtlyn Nail added six points, four rebounds, six steals and three assists for Beckville. Miranda Mize and Payton Jones chipped in with five points apiece, Heather Searcy four, Ashley Andrus and Kenzy Latham two apiece and Brandi Tillman one. Jones also had four steals and three assists, and Searcy came away with three steals.
Waskom visits Harleton and Beckville hosts Elysian Fields on Friday.
SABINE 63, CUMBERLAND 25: TYLER — Genesis Willett led four Lady Cardinals into double figures with 16 points, adding eight rebounds, six assists and four steals to her big night as Sabine rolled to a 63-25 win over Cumberland Academy in District 16-3A play.
Kristen Stuart (15), Sarah Davis (11) and Miranda Cook (10) all joined Willett in double figures for Sabine, which improved to 20-8 overall and 7-2 in district play. Stuart added eight rebounds and three steals, Davis nine rebounds and two steals, Cook seven rebounds, Brookelyn Gray three points, four assists and two steals, Jordin Broadway three points and three rebounds, Misty Pate three points, two rebounds and two steals and Katarra Coleman two points, five rebounds and two assists.
Sabine hosts Troup next Tuesday.
HARMONY 61, TROUP 36: HARMONY — Macey Russell and Hope Howard combined for 23 points, and Harmony earned a 61-36 win over Troup in District 15-3A play.
Russell had 13 points, Howard 10 points, Elizabeth Spencer nine points, four rebounds, six steals and three assists, Marlee Seahorn eight points and six steals, Katelyn Seahorn six points, McKinzee Settles and Brogan Stuart five points apiece, Kaylee Clemens four points and Raylee Willie one point. Settles had six rebounds and three steals, and Ashley Phillips finished with two steals for the Lady Eagles.
HUGHES SPRINGS 47, DEKALB 22: DEKALB —- Hughes Springs outscored DeKalb 25-10 in the middle quarters and put things away with a 15-6 run in the final eight minutes to earn a 47-22 win in District 14-3A play.
Braylee Taylor had nine points to place Hughes Springs. Silvia Montgomery added eight, Kinsley Echols seven, Regina Everett and Alli Stewart six apiece, Brianna Morrow four, Bailey Sampson three and Zoe Lanier and Riley Tenbrook two each.
UNION GROVE 59, OVERTON 11: OVERTON — Summer Grubbs and Madelynn Lacaze tossed in 12 points apiece, Carleigh Judd added 12 and the Union Grove Lady Lions strolled to a 59-11 win against Overton in District 16-2A action.
Haley Breazeale added nine points for Union Grove (20-5, 6-0), which led 22-3 after one quarter and 33-5 at halftime.
Union Grove hosts Hawkins on Friday.
BIG SANDY 53, HAWKINS 48: HAWKINS — Jerricka Hare tossed in 17 points, Airikah Pippins added 11 and the Big Sandy Lady Wildcats edged past Hawkins, 53-48, in District 16-2A action.
Hare added 14 rebounds, Pippins 12 rebounds, Hailey Hare nine points, C.J. Ponder six, Megan Jerden five, McKenzie Burson three and Haylee Cook two.
Alyssa Eddington scored 12 points and Emily Moore added 10 in the loss for Hawkins. Jaycee Cheshire finished with six points and 13 rebounds, Emily Hodges five points and six rebounds, Carolyn Searer four points and seven rebounds and Alexis Burns two points and two rebounds.
Big Sandy (13-8, 3-3) hosts Gary and Hawkins (4-2) visits Union Grove on Friday.
CHS 49, GARLAND CHRISTIAN 13: Darbi Dorrough scored 21 points and came away with nine steals, and Christian Heritage School moved into second place in district play with a 49-13 win over Garland Christian.
Faith Carroll added eight points and seven rebounds for the Lady Sentinels.
CHS 48, INTERNATIONAL 1: Darbi Dorrough led the way with 17 points, Haley Beasley and Faith Carroll collected 10 rebounds apiece and Christian Heritage School earned a 48-2 win over Dallas International.
Dorrough added eight steals and five assists for the Lady Sentinels. Lannah Peeler had three points and four steals, Caroline Walls two points, two rebounds and two steals, Beasley eight points, Lauren Pitts seven points and six rebounds, Katelyn Funderburk five points, seven rebounds, two steals and two assists and Carroll six points, five steals and two assists.