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Basketball Roundup for Wednesday, December 5, 2012

By Messenger Staff | Published Wednesday, December 5, 2012

EAGLES SEE MIXED RESULTS

The Decatur Eagles finished 2-2 at the Van Tournament over the weekend to move their overall record to 3-5.

Decatur opened up with a 79-32 win over Van. Cameron Mize led the way with 18 and Parker Slate had 15. Cain Lowe and Austin Givens each added 11.

The Eagles then took care of Canton 64-30. Slate, Givens and Taylor Clayton all finished with 14 to lead the way.

White Oak defeated Decatur in the third round, 62-44. Mize led the way with nine. Clayton and Lowe each finished with eight.

Decatur fell to Princeton in the final game, 62-53. Clayton poured in 11. Slate and Mize both added nine. Shayler Carlton tossed in eight.

GOING UP – Slidell’s Jarrett Tinsman and Alvord’s Jordan Locklear fight for the basketball during the second round of the Era Tournament. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

SLIDELL FALLS IN CHAMPIONSHIP

The Slidell Greyhounds came up short at the Era Tournament falling to Era in the championship, 62-46. Slidell (10-1) led at the half but got outscored 40-21 in the first two quarters

Trent Garrett and Isaac Davis each scored 10 points to lead the way. Tyler Maynard finished with eight. Jarrett Tinsman and Khristian Talamantes both added five.

In the semifinal, the Greyhounds took down Alvord 65-49. Davis led the way with 17. Garrett scored 13 and Colton Perkins tossed in 10. Tinsman added eight.

The Greyhounds downed S&S in the opening round, 59-39. Slidell outscored the Rams in every quarter on their way to the victory.

Tyler Maynard poured in 19 and Davis had 15. Scott Bingham finished with 11 and Garrett added eight.

BRIDGEPORT SPLITS LAST TWO AT SANGER TOURNEY

The Bulls finished off the Sanger Tournament Saturday with a 56-32 win over Chisolm Trail. Bridgeport (3-4) was able to hold Chisolm Trail to only 17 points through three quarters.

“We played very good defense and controlled the offensive and defensive boards,” Bridgeport coach Brian Miller said. “We will try to carry this momentum over into next week.”

Alex Samples led the way with 16. Stephen Howdeshell and Blake Arrington each had 14. Derrick Stanford added seven.

On Friday the Bulls fell to Frisco Lone Star, 43-40. Bridgeport held a three point lead late in the game and held the Rangers without a field goal for the final five minutes but could not hold on for the victory.

Samples finished with 19 and Howdeshell scored 15. Stanford added six.

CHICO TAKES THIRD

The Chico Dragons captured third place at the Forestburg Tournament over the weekend.

Chico ran over Wichita Christian in the first round, 79-42. They dropped their semi-final game to Valley View, 70-61.

They won their third place game over Forestburg, 73-24.

FIGHTING FOR A SHOT – Decatur’s Rebekah McGregor looks for an open shot in the first round of the Lindsay Tournament. The Lady Eagles defeated Lindsay Saturday to claim third place. Messenger photo by Clay Corbett

LADY EAGLES TAKE THIRD, DEFEAT LINDSAY, 60-37

The Decatur Lady Eagles won third place at the Lindsay Tournament over the weekend. They defeated Lindsay in the finals, 60-37.

Decatur (6-4) was led by Murphy Graham with 18 points and nine rebounds. Katie Isham finished with 14 and Shelby Drews had eight. Carlee Stapp tossed in seven. Makayla Mayfield and Rebekah McGregor each had four.

The Lady Eagles dropped their semifinal game to No. 8 Celina, 55-37. Drews had 16 points and eight rebounds. Isham had six points and 10 rebounds. Traci Hale and Jasmyne Tate each had four.

GUNTER TOPS ALVORD IN OT

The No. 11 Alvord Lady Bulldogs (6-4) dropped an overtime contest to Gunter Friday. Down seven in the fourth quarter, Alvord rallied to tie the game, but was outscored 12-9 in the extra frame.

Carley King led the way with 22 and Marissa Schedcik added 19. Sam Hahn and Ariel Rogers both finished with six. Lauren Hart tossed in five.

LADY DRAGONS WIN CONSOLATION

The Chico Lady Dragons won the consolation championship at the Forestburg Tournament over the weekend.

Chico defeated Waco Christian 38-32 to claim the trophy.

Cheyanne Hale led the way with 10. Alli York, Corey Tate and Charlye-Ann Biggerstaff each finished with six.

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

VARSITY BOYS
FRIDAY, NOV. 30

Bellevue 78, Boyd 40

DEC. 6-8

Decatur at Decatur Tourn.

Bridgeport at Springtown Tourn.

Alvord at Alvord Tourn.

Paradise at Poolville Tourn.

Boyd at Chico Tourn.

Chico at Chico Tourn.

Slidell at Perrin Tourn.

TUESDAY, DEC. 11

Peaster at Decatur
7:30 p.m.

Bridgeport at Lake Worth
6:30 p.m.

Alvord at Bellvue
6:30 p.m.

Olney at Boyd
7:00 p.m.

Forestburg at Chico
8:00 p.m.

Paradise at Lindsay
8:00 p.m.

Slidell at Midway
7:30 p.m.

VARSITY GIRLS
DEC. 6-8

Decatur at Alvord Tourn.

Bridgeport at Peaster Tourn.

Alvord at Alvord Tourn.

Boyd at Trinity Valley Tourn.

Paradise at Peaster Tourn.

Chico at Chico Tourn.

Slidell at Perrin Tourn.
Tuesday, Dec. 11

Muenster at Decatur
7:30 p.m.

Springtown at Bridgeport
6:30 p.m.

Sanger at Alvord
6:15 p.m.

Boyd at Tyler All-Saints
5:30 p.m.

Paradise at Lindsay
6:30 p.m.

Slidell at Midway
6:00 p.m.

Forestburg at Chico
6:30 p.m.

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