ET Girls Basketball Roundup: Pine Tree falls to Mount Pleasant on the road, more
Jan. 2, 2018 at 10:50 p.m.
MOUNT PLEASANT 55, PINE TREE 36: MOUNT PLEASANT — Mount Pleasant built an early lead and extended it over the next two frames to earn a 55-36 win over Pine Tree in District 16-5A action.
The Lady Tigers led 17-11 after one quarter and 29-19 at the half.
Essence Washington paced Pine Tree in the loss with nine points. Jordan Fuller added eight, Kameron Polk seven, Ambreenique Williams and Akayia Turner five apiece and Malaeka Wilson two.
Pine Tree will host Greenville on Friday.
GREENVILLE 34, HALLSVILLE 32: GREENVILLE — Greenville outscored the Ladycats by a bucket in the middle two quarters, and that proved to be the difference as the Lady Lions held on for a 34-32 win over Hallsville in District 16-5A play.
Katoria Jackson scored 13 points, and Hannah Poteet, Maddison Ford and Laikyn Smith all had six for Hallsville in the loss.
The Ladycats are idle on Friday and will host Pine Tree next Tuesday.
GILMER 58, PLEASANT GROVE 49: GILMER — Kyla Grant led the Lady Buckeyes with 24 points, and Gilmer earned a 58-49 win over Pleasant Grove on Tuesday in non-district action.
Grant recorded a double-double, adding 14 rebounds, a steal and a block to her big night. Sharday Haley finished with 11 points, six assists, five steals and two rebounds. Meshia Shead scored nine points, Deyton Edwards six and Haley Jordan and LeLe Morton four apiece. Jordan also had seven rebounds, three steals and two blocks.
PALESTINE 54, HENDERSON 51: PALESTINE — Destiny Mathews tossed in 27 points, and the Palestine Lady Wildcats held on for a 54-51 win over the Henderson Lady Lions.
Chunky Garrett finished with 24 points in the loss for Henderson, which outscored Palestine 25-12 in the fourth quarter. Tynesia Heckard added 13, Lexie Calderon five, Lakaylynn Jackson four, Jerkasia Anthony three and Resha Hall two.
Henderson hosts Rusk on Friday.
JEFFERSON 58, WHITE OAK 47: JEFFERSON — Deivya Hodge scored 18 points, Elaina Langbartels recorded a double-double and Jefferson remained unbeaten in District 16-3A play with a 58-47 win over White Oak.
Tierra Hines finished with 12 points and nine rebounds, Langbartels 10 points and 10 rebounds, Nia Garrett seven points, Ja'Kayla Jones six points and six assists, Jamya Smith four points and Mackenzie Jordan one point for Jefferson (18-4, 4-0).
Asia Robertson had 13 points in the loss for White Oak (3-1).
Jefferson will visit New Diana and White Oak will host Waskom on Friday.
ORE CITY 46, NEW DIANA 40: ORE CITY — The Ore City Lady Rebels rallied from a three-point deficit at halftime to earn a 46-40 win over the New Diana Lady Eagles in District 16-3A action.
Theresa Uehling had 11 points, Abby Ervin 10 and Brandee Gabaldon and Hannah Pendarvis seven apiece in the win for Ore City.
Asia Newsome had 16 points and Mikayla Christy 10 in the loss for New Diana.
ELYSIAN FIELDS 55, BECKVILLE 12: ELYSIAN FIELDS — Elysian Fields rolled to a 55-12 win over Beckville in District 16-3A play.
For Beckville in the loss, Payton Jones had five points, Kenzy Latham three and Heather Searcy and Miranda Mize two apiece. Jones also added three rebounds, a steal, a block and two assists, and Mize finished with seven rebounds and two assists.
SABINE 70, TST 13: LIBERTY CITY —- Kristen Stuart led three Lady Cardinals into double figures with 16 points, adding 10 rebounds, four steals and three assists to a big night as Sabine rolled to a 70-13 win over Trinity School of Texas.
Miranda Cook added 16 points, six rebounds and two steals, and Genesis Willett finished with 13 points, six rebounds, three steals and two assists for Sabine (16-6), which led 23-0 after one quarter.
Sarah Davis scored eight points to go along with seven rebounds and three assists. Natalie Morgan finished with five points and two rebounds, Mikinzi Cantrell four points and two rebounds, Brookelyn Gray two points, two assists and two steals, Jordin Broadway two points and five rebounds, Katarra Coleman two points and two rebounds and Gracie Taylor two points, three rebounds and three steals.
Sabine will resume District 15-3A play at Troup on Friday.
HARMONY 71, WEST RUSK 29: HARMONY — Hope Howard and Elizabeth Spencer combined for 26 points, leading the Harmony Lady Eagles to a 71-29 win over West Rusk in District 15-3A action.
Howard had 14 points, seven rebounds and two steals, and Spencer recorded 12 points and nine steals. Macey Russell chipped in with nine points, Alexa Makowsky and Katelyn Seahorn seven apiece, Brogan Stuart six, McKinzee Settles and Marlee Seahorn five apiece, Raylee Willie four and Ashley Phillips two.
McKinzee Settles added eight rebounds, Marlee Seahorn four steals and Willie five steals.
HAWKINS 56, FRUITVALE 25: HAWKINS — Jaycee Cheshire led the way with 12 points, and the Hawkins Lady Hawks earned a 56-25 win over Fruitvale in non-district action.
Raeli Smith added 12 points for the Lady Hawks. Alyssa Eddington chipped in with seven points, two rebounds and four steals, Emily Moore six points, four rebounds, two steals and three assists, Harlie Conover eight points, two rebounds, two steals and three assists, Emily Hodges four pints, nine rebounds and two assists, Carolyn Searer four points, four rebounds and two steals and Christian Harris three points.
TROUP 63, CUMBERLAND 34: TROUP — Kori Minnix paced the Lady Tigers with 23 points and nine rebounds, Ty Moon added 18 points and Troup rolled to a 63-34 District 15-3A win over Cumberland Academy.
Jayla Starks finished with eight points and eight rebounds for Troup (14-6, 3-1). Emily Neel added six points, Renee Dennis four points and four steals, Asia Parker four points and six rebounds and Alyssa Hearon seven rebounds.
Troup will host Sabine on Friday.
CHAPEL HILL 61, WHITEHOUSE 40: WHITEHOUSE — The Chapel Hill Lady Bulldogs moved to 15-8 on the season with a 61-40 win over Whitehouse, outscoring the Ladycats 21-8 in the final quarter en route to the victory.
Karlea Duhon scored 19 points, Brittley Maddox 18, Ty'Liyah Moore 12, Shelbee Denson eight and Natalya Overshown four for Chapel Hill, which will host Gladewater on Friday.