Trinity Christian boys defeats Mineral Springs
Jakob Martin’s game-high 27 points helped lead Trinity Christian over Mineral Springs , 49-42, at the Wallace Edgar Arena.
Zack Franklin added 11 points for the Warriors.
Brayden Williams led the Hornets with a team-high 25 points. Mineral Springs 18 12 8 14 —42 Trinity Christian 5 19 7 18 — 49 MINERAL SPRINGS (42): B. Williams 25, Hicks 6, J. Williams 6, Walton 3, Sanders 2. TEAM TOTALS 14 9-19 17 42.
TRINITY CHRISTIAN (49): Martin 27, Franklin 11, Brocato 2, Brown 2. TEAM TOTALS 17 11-20 15 49. 3-point goals: MS-B. Williams 2, Hicks, J. Williams 2. TC-Franklin, Jones.
Redwater Tournament Avery beats Maud
REDWATER, Texas—Avery jumped out to a 17-10 first-quarter lead and Maud was never able to recover as the Bulldogs trimmed the Cardinals, 46-43, Friday in the Redwater Tournament.
Maud (1-6) went on a 15-9 third-quarter run to close the gap to 34-31 entering the final eight minutes, but couldn’t get any closer as Avery hung on for the threepoint victory.
Payton Windham led Maud with 12 points and Hunter Thomas, who hit three treys, and Cason Lamb added 11 each.
The Cardinals had an off night shooting, connecting on only 13 of 60 field goals (22 percent).
Maud dropped its tournament opener to Hooks, 90-53, on Thursday. The Hornets went on a 55-22 second-half tear to win decisively. Kasen Minter was Maud’s lone double-figure scorer with 20 points.
The Cardinals were to play Mount Vernon in their next tourney action.
Big Sandy Tournament Lady Mustangs win
BIG SANDY, Texas—Hughes Springs outscored Ore City 7-3 in overtime to rally for a 45-41 victory Friday in the Big Sandy Tournament.
Rylie Tenbrook paced the Mustangs with 12 points, Calli Stewart added 11 and Zoe Lanier 10.
Ore City jumped out to a 13-5 lead the first break, but Hughes Springs battled back and closed the gap to 19-16 at halftime. The teams battled to a 39-all deadlock at the end of regulation.
HOUSTON, Texas—Texas High’s golf team finished in second place after the first round of the Dick Harmon Invitational at the Golf Club of Houston. The Tigers shot a score of 316, while Clear Lake leads with a score of 302.