District 15-5ALONGVIEW 34, P. TREE 27: Sophomore Ahmiya Brown, pulled up from the JV squad for Tuesday’s game against crosstown rival Pine Tree, knocked down three 3-points and scored a team-leading 11 points as Longview notched a 34-27 win at Lobo Coliseum.

Kayla Lewis, a freshman, added eight for Longview. Journee Fairchild had six, Amiya Jones four, Paris Simpson three and Ryan Roberts two.

For Pine Tree in the loss, Mariyah Furay had 11, Jalen Scroggins six, Kaylea Givens and Emani Fluellen four apiece and Ewoma Ugbbini two.

HALLSVILLE 58, S. SPRINGS 37: HALLSVILLE — Eristia Owens scored 12 of her team-leading 14 points in the second half as Hallsville (12-14, 2-3) outscored Sulphur Springs by 21 after the break in a 58-37 victory.

Aubrey Marjason and Catherine Warford had 13 points apiece, and Faith Baliraine and Teagan Hill scored eight apiece. Baliraine had eight rebounds, and Owens added seven blocks, seven steals and seven deflections.

The Ladycats, who shot 71 percent from the free throw line as a team, will visit Pine Tree at 1:15 p.m. on Saturday.

District 15-3AGLADEWATER 78, W. OAK 23: WHITE OAK — MaKayla Police scored 24 points, Kiyona Parker (16) and Jakiyah Bell (14) joined her in twin figures and the Gladewater Lady Bears earned a 78-23 win over White Oak.

Police added eight steals, four rebounds and three assists for the Lady Bears (19-4, 5-0). Parker had seven steals, five rebounds and two blocks, Bell eight rebounds and two steals, Kamryn Floyd seven points, three rebounds and two assists, Sydney Keller six points and three rebounds and Kyla Lincoln five points.

Lexi Palmer scored 10 in the loss for White Oak.

SABINE 36, H. SPRINGS 28: HUGHES SPRINGS — Led by a combined 27 points from Maddie Furrh (14) and Ashlynn Davis (13), the Sabine Lady Cardinals earned a 36-28 road win at Hughes Springs on Tuesday.

Ella Roberts scored four points, Addy Gresham three and Tayla Calico two for Sabine, which outscored the Lady Mustangs 10-4 in the final quarter.

N. DIANA 52, DAINGERFIELD 35: DIANA — Katherine Yount and Rylee Camp combined for 26 points, and the New Diana Lady Eagles built a big lead early on the way to a 54-35 win over Daingerfield.

Yount paced the Lady Eagles with 16 points, six rebounds and two steals. Camp added 10 points, five rebounds and five steals for New Diana, which led 16-7 after one quarter and 26-17 at the half. Amber Hitt added nine points, three rebounds and three steals, Kamrin Woodall seven points and five steals, Sarah Yount five points and eight rebounds and Layla Stapleton five points and five rebounds.

Genesis Allen scored 12 points in the loss for Daingerfield. Diamond Jeter added 11, Jalaysia Holloman four and Terry Gholston, Sanaa Fields, Destiny Gholston and LaNycia Lewis two each.

District 16-3ATATUM 39, W. RUSK 26: TATUM — Trinity Edwards scored 15 points to go along with four rebounds, four steals and two assists as the Tatum Lady Eagles remained unbeaten in district play (6-0) while moving to 15-6 overall with a 39-26 win over West Rusk.

Aundrea Bradley added nine points, two rebounds, three steals and two assists, Summer Dancy-Vasquez seven points, two rebounds, four steals and nine assists, Jade Moore-Simon four points, six rebounds, threesteals and four blocks, Emma Wiley two points, four steals and two assists and Rhianna Harris a rebound and a steal. Katelyn Jacobs chipped in with two steals and two blocks.

JEFFERSON 58, HARLETON 36: JEFFERSON — Da’Vavia Thomas paced Jefferson with 21 points and three rebounds, and the Lady Bulldogs moved to 14-11 overall and 4-2 in district play with a 58-36 win over Harleton.

Kristen Thomas had 10 points and eight rebounds for Jefferson. Jaida Bray added nine points and six rebounds, T.J. Hood nine points and five rebounds, Jordyn Davidson five points and two rebounds, Iyanna Barnett two points and three rebounds and Amirie Prior two points.

Jefferson visits West Rusk on Friday.

District 13-3AMINEOLA 50, HARMONY 24: HARMONY — The Mineola Lady Yellowjackets used a 19-2 run in the second quarter to take control en route to a 50-24 win over Harmony on Tuesday.

Jenci Seahorn scored 12 points in the loss for Harmony. Maecy Toland and Emma Alphin finished with four apiece, and Lanie Trimble and Rendi Seahorn scored a bucket apiece.

District 21-2AU. GROVE 34, B. SANDY 25: BIG SANDY — Five-point advantages in the first and fourth quarters helped the Union Grove Lady Lions notch a 34-25 win over Big Sandy on Tuesday.

Gracie Stanford and Ava Wightman scored nine points apiece for Union Grove to lead a balanced attack. Gracie Campbell added eight, Gracie Winn four and Sumeet Mattu and Kyler Littlejohn two each as Union Grove moved to 15-10 overall and 2-0 in district play.

MaRyiah Francis had eight points and eight rebounds in the loss for Big Sandy. Shemaiah Johnson added three rebounds, five points and two assists, Breaunna Derrick two rebounds, Alaysia Estes three rebounds and two points and Mikyla Bachert 10 points two rebounds, two assists and three steals.

HAWKINS 62, BECKVILLE 24: BECKVILLE — The Hawkins Lady Hawks earned a 62-24 win over the Beckville Ladycats on Tuesday.

Lynli Dacus scored 18 points and Jordyn Warren was closed behind with 17 for Hawkins. Dacus also had seven rebounds, six steals and four assists, and Warren added six rebounds, six assists and five steals. Makena Warren finished with nine points, six rebounds and five steals, Taetum Smith eight points, three steals and two rebounds, Carmen Turner six points, four steals and three rebounds, Tenley Conde two points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals and Kalyn Ellison two points.

Amber Harris finished with 11 points, nine rebounds, four steals and three blocks in the loss for Beckville. McKinna Chamness added six points, Emily Dean four, Laney Jones two, Lexi Barr one and Kiara Willis three steals.

OVERTON 53, CARLISLE 23: OVERTON — Kayla Nobles tossed in 17 points and Kaley McMillian added 10 for the Lady Mustangs as Overton earned a 53-23 win over Carlisle.

District 14-4ABROWNSBORO 76, ATHENS 13: BROWNSBORO — The Brownsboro Bearettes moved to 25-2 overall and 2-0 in district play with a 76-13 win over Athens.

Paris Miller had 21 points, Mekhayia Moore 16 and Allie Cooper and Khyra Garrett 12 apiece for Brownsboro, which led 24-5 after one quarter and 44-8 at halftime.

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I've covered sports in East Texas since 1987, starting as a 21-year-old sports editor at the Kilgore News Herald before spending seven years at the Lufkin Daily News and the past 23 years at the Longview News-Journal.