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Area Roundup: Redwater routs James Bowie behind Menah's 19 points

Area Roundup: Redwater routs James Bowie behind Menah's 19 points

December 7th, 2018 by Gazette Staff in Sports Prep

REDWATER, Texas—Gabe Menah had a game-high 19 points as Redwater romped past James Bowie, 55-19, during the first day of the Redwater Invitational basketball tournament.

Parker Gravitt added 18 points for the Dragons.

Gravitt poured in 22 points, and Redwater thumped Bloomburg, 69-22. Mason Robertson and Nick Long each scored eight points for the Dragons.

Redwater (7-3) plays Jefferson at 8 p.m. today in the tournament.

 

Subvarsity

PG sweeps Paris

Ben Bricker's 10 points helped guide Pleasant Grove over Paris in the first eighth grade game, 41-36, at Hawk Gym.

Ethan Wilson and Victor Shaw each poured in nine points apiece for the Hawks.

PG defeated Paris in the second eighth grade game, 16-9.

Drew Glover led the Hawks with nine points.

Pleasant Grove beat Paris in the first seventh grade game, 39-29.

Branton Clark led the Hawks with 14 points and teammate Jaylen Boardley added 12 points.

The Hawks edged the Wildcats in the second seventh grade game, 18-16.

Rip Thomas led PG with eight points.

 

TMS splits with

Sulphur Springs

SULPHUR SPRINGS, Texas—Annie Powell's 11 points wasn't enough to lead Texas Middle School over Sulphur Springs on the road in their eighth grade game, 35-28.

Delana Augustus added nine points for the Lady Tigers.

TMS defeated Sulphur Springs in the seventh grade game, 15-12.

Kailyn Williams led the Tigers with nine points.

 

Tigers split 8th-grade games

Damon Augustus scored three points, but Texas Middle School's eighth grade A team fell to Sulphur Springs, 33-15, at the Tiger Center.

Immanual Jones ripped the cords for 10 points as the Tigers won the eighth grade B game, 25-21.

 

Leopards win 3 of 4

RJ Collins paced Liberty-Eylau with eight points, and the Leopards' eighth grade A team defeated North Caddo, 25-21.

Jaydin Hampton added seven points, and Omarion Patterson contributed six points for L-E.

Cameron Leslie and Jamaron Thomas each scored seven points, but North Caddo edged the Leopards in the eighth grade B game, 21-19.

Tamarcus Gray lit up the nets for 21 points, and Liberty-Eylau powered to a 43-19 victory over North Caddo in the seventh grade A game. Ahkari Johnson scored 10 points for the Leopards.

Greg Trotter had a game-high 10 points as L-E won the seventh grade B game, 20-10. Keyvon Gulley had six points for the Leopards.

Liberty-Eylau's A teams are each 3-0 and 2-0 in district. The Leopards play at Pittsburg at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.

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