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Lady Hawks blank Mount Pleasant

Lady Hawks blank Mount Pleasant

January 11th, 2019 by Gazette Staff in Sports Prep

LONGVIEW, Texas—Grace Pickelman scored the first goal for Pleasant Grove off an assist by Sophia Tuttlebee, and the Lady Hawks rolled past Mount Pleasant, 2-0, in the Pine Tree High School soccer showcase.

Tuttlebee legged in Pleasant Grove's second goal off an assist from Pickelman.

The Lady Tigers won the junior varsity match, 2-0.

Pleasant Grove takes on Hallsville at 2 p.m. today in the showcase, while the junior varsity takes on John Tyler at 12:30 p.m. Matches will be played at Pine Tree's Auxiliary Stadium.



Fouke thumps Horatio

MINERAL SPRINGS, Ark.—River Watkins' game-high 15 points helped lead Fouke over Horatio in the semifinals of the Southwest Arkansas Invitational, 72-29.

Watkins knocked down five shots from 3-point land.

Mallory Oliver added 14 points for the Lady Panthers, while teammates Taylor Hardin poured in 13 points and Jade Perry chipped in 12 points. Whitney McMurry rounded out the scorers for Fouke with 10 points.

Summer Morgan led the Lady Lions with 17 points.

Fouke (14-3) hosts Prescott today and will play Ashdown in the finals in Mineral Springs on Saturday.


Fouke    20    17    20    15    —72

Horatio    7    9    11    2    —29

FOUKE (72): McMurry 10, Watkins 15, Oliver 14, Perry 12, Hardin 13, Crow 8, TEAM TOTALS 25 8-12 13 72.

HORATIO (29): Morgan 17, Rwaleaba 9, Short 3, TEAM TOTALS 12 4-7 14 29.

3-point goals: Fouke-Watkins 5, Perry 3, Hardin 3, Oliver 2, McMurry. Horatio-Short.



Hallsville takes 3 of 4 over TMS

Texas Middle School went 1-3 against Hallsville; two games were decided by a single point.

Damon Augustus scored 12 points, but the Bobcats edged the Tigers in the eighth grade A game, 26-25.

Immanuel Jones paced TMS with eight points, but Hallsville nipped the Tigers in the eighth grade B game, 19-18.

Jadyn Willis swished in 12 points for TMS, but the Tigers fell to the Bobcats, 50-34, in the seventh grade A game.

Eli Likens ripped the nets for 12 points and TMS won the seventh grade B game, 41-35.


Atlanta sweeps Redwater

REDWATER, Texas—Jaylen Godwin's 21 points helped led Atlanta over Redwater in the eighth grade A game, 49-29.

Kameron Dickerson added 14 points for the Rabbs in the rout.

Chris Giambronie led Redwater with nine points.

The Rabbs defeated the Dragons in the eighth grade B game, 36-5.

Shay Williams led Atlanta with 12 points and Logan Brock led Redwater with three points.

The Rabbs beat Redwater in the seventh grade A game, 32-9.

Jalerian Andrews, Marquavian Owens and Larandian Dowden, each scored eight points for Atlanta.

Cadence Pipes led the Dragons with four points.

The Dragons fell to the Rabbs in the eighth grade B game, 17-15.

Will Woodruff paced Atlanta with nine points.

Peyton Ward and Esequiel Martinez, each collected five points for Redwater.


Red Lick, Pewitt split

RED LICK, Texas—Amyree Johnson's 28 points helped lead Paul Pewitt over Red Lick Thursday in the eighth grade game, 59-20.

Landon Hamilton led the Mustangs with 12 points.

Red Lick beat Pewitt in the seventh grade game, 54-34.

Wesley Bradford led the Mustangs with 20 points and teammate Caleb Hackleman added 15 points.

Cedric Johnson led Pewitt with 14 points.


Lions earn three wins

QUEEN CITY, Texas—A'christopher Wade poured in nine points to lead Queen City's eight grade A team to a 37-12 victory over New Boston.

Logan Oas scored eight points and Kameron Wright added six for the Bulldogs.

New Boston won the eighth grade B game, 12-7. Clint Wooding and Gage Davis each had three points for the Bulldogs.

The Lions won the seventh grade A game, 43-20. Clint Wiley led the Bulldogs with 10 points.

New Boston won the seventh grade B game, 14-6. Kaden Satterfield and Charlie Campbell each had three points for Queen City.


QC, NB split A games

NEW BOSTON, Texas—Victoria Burns and Romyane McChester each scored a game-high 10 points as New Boston defeated Queen City in the eighth grade A game, 32-7.

Makayla Martin, Brylee Everett, and Sydney Davis each had two points for the Lady Bulldogs.

Jamecia Cook fired in 10 points as Queen City won the seventh grade A game, 24-8.

Jakynzi Cowley and Adrianna Scott each scored three points for the Lady Lions.


DeKalb trumps Hooks

HOOKS, Texas—DeKalb beat Hooks in the eighth grade A game, 56-30.

Logan Davis led the Hornets with 10 points.

The Bears defeated Hooks in the eighth grade B game, 21-8.

Kamren Stiger led the Hornets with four points.

DK defeated Hooks in the seventh grade A game, 37-33.

Keyshawn Walls led the Hornets with 13 points.

The Bears beat Hooks in the seventh grade B game, 19-13.

Cooper Ruffett led the Hornets with eight points.


Hawks sweep Pirates

Ethan Wilson kept the scorekeeper busy as he scored 12 points in a 38-32 victory for Pleasant Grove in the eighth grade A game.

Drew Glover scored eight points to lead the Hawks' eighth grade B to a 28-9 win.

Andrew Hutcheson set the nets on fire with 17 points, and Pleasant Grove won convincingly in the seventh grade A game, 52-22.

The Hawks easily won the seventh grade B game, 33-11.


Lady Cubs take down Hornets

DeKALB, Texas—Coriana Fulbright poured in 20 points as DeKalb defeated Hooks, 48-36, in the eighth grade game.

Alley Jefferson had a game-high 25 points for the Lady Hornets.

Adison Chandler and Shakira Stephens each had eight points to lead the Lady Cubs to a 31-18 win in the seventh grade game.


Lady Hawks go 4-0 vs. Pirates

PITTSBURG, Texas—Hensley Whitten paced Pleasant Grove's eighth grade A team, and the Lady Hawks defeated Pittsburg, 37-16.

Emma Boehmke added eight points for Pleasant Grove.

Lily Pace and Supriya Sharma each scored four points to lead the Hawks' eighth grade B team to a 17-4 win.

Madison Carpenter and Hali Hargrove each swished in eight points, and Pleasant Grove took no prisoners in the seventh grade A game, 44-2.

Lindsey Smith and Briana Jackson each had three points as the Hawks won the seventh grade B game, 7-4.


TMS garners a win in Hallsville

HALLSVILLE, Texas—Emma Prince's 12 points helped Texas Middle School defeat Hallsville in their eighth grade A game, 35-29.

Delana Augustus added 11 points for the Lady Tigers.

Hallsville defeated TMS in the eighth grade B game, 29-10.

Faith Lockett led the Tigers with six points.

TMS fell to Hallsville in the seventh grade A game, 29-17.

Kailyn Williams and Jayla Henderson, each scored six points for the Tigers.

Hallsville beat Texas Middle School in the seventh grade B game, 18-9.

Kierra Collins led the Tigers with four points.


New Boston takes 3 of 4 over QC

QUEEN CITY, Texas—New Boston won three of four games over Queen City in boys junior high basketball.

The Bulldogs won the eighth grade A game, 37-12, while the Lions won the eighth grade B game, 12-7.

Connor Bobbitt and Dontae Thompson each scored 13 points as New Boston rolled to a 43-20 win in the seventh grade A game.

The Lions won the seventh grade B game, 14-6.

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