Trin­ity Chris­tian boys de­feats Min­eral Springs

Texarkana Gazette - - SPORTS -

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.

GIRLS

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.

GOLF

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.

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